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0 FY16 GFOA Budget Book printed versionMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer District 2015-2016 Budget BUILD SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS GET THE RAIN OUT REPAIR AND MAINTAIN Get excess rain out of the system during heavy storms with the help of rainscaping and stormwater disconnections An ambitious program of repair and maintenance on existing system infrastructure to improve operations Design and construction of new system improvements like tunnels and storage tanks to improve system capacity Adopted June 16, 2015  The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) presented a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, Missouri for its annual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014. In order to receive this award, a governmental unit must publish a budget document that meets program criteria as a policy document, as an operations guide, as a financial plan, and as a communications device. This award is valid for a period of one year only. We believe our current budget continues to conform to program requirements, and we are submitting it to GFOA to determine its eligibility for another award. Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET The Introduction Section contains the information regarding how to use this document,Table of Contents, a District Organizational Chart, a brief history of Greater St. Louisand the District, services provided by the District, significant demographic informationand a map of the service area.INTRODUCTIONi HOW TO USE THIS BUDGET DOCUMENT The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District’s Annual Budget is comprised of three separate documents: The Annual Budget (this book), the Budget Supplement (Capital Improvement and Replacement Program budget), and the Strategic Business and Operating Plan. This budget document is designed to communicate to the public concise and readable information about District policies, financial structure, operations and its organizational framework. It displays the District's goals, strategies and budget for the 2016 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016) and analyzes the District's revenues and expenditures. The document is broken down into the following sections: Introduction: The introductory section contains the Table of Contents which lists in detail the schedules that make up each section of the budget document. Also included is a District Organizational Chart with a listing of appointed Board members and key personnel followed by a brief history of Greater St. Louis and the District, services provided by the District, and significant demographic information. Budget Message: The Executive Director's Budget Message provides an outline of the major assumptions relating to the annual budget, a general indication of the status of the District's finances and service levels, short and long-term goals and other significant information. Budget Summary: This section starts with a recap of the District’s Strategic Planning Process, Vision Statement, Mission, Values, Goals, and Strategies. A Gantt chart that lists each department’s objectives as they relate to the District’s overall Strategic Business and Operating Plan and performance against prior year’s objectives is also included. Each department’s objectives coincide with MSD’s goals and strategies. As each department works toward achieving their objectives, it will support the District in its mission to protect the public’s health, safety and water environment by responsibly providing wastewater and stormwater management. The Budget Summary section presents the budgeted revenues and expenditures of the District along with Budget Policies and Procedures, Budget Calendar, and Allocated Positions. Capital Improvement & Replacement Program Summary: This section provides an overview of the upcoming and continued capital projects. These projects are funded from a variety of sources, including user charges, fund balance reserves, taxes, grants, State Revolving Fund (SRF) and revenue bonds. In addition, a Multi-decade CIRP needs table and a proposed five-year timeline is presented. ii General Fund: The General Fund section begins with an overview of the fund followed by sections for individual departmental expenses. Each department’s section includes their mission, recent accomplishments, department objectives, budget and staffing. Following the General Fund department expense sections, the document is broken down into other fund groups. Revenue Funds: All user charge revenue is recorded in either the Wastewater or Stormwater Revenue Fund. These funds represent actual, budgeted and projected wastewater and stormwater user charge revenue with projected service levels. A portion of the revenue is allocated to the General Fund for daily operating and maintenance costs and a portion to the Debt Service Funds to retire outstanding revenue bonds issued for capital improvements. The balance of the revenue is transferred to the Sanitary Replacement Fund, the General Insurance Fund, the Water Backup Fund and the Emergency Fund. Construction Funds: This section provides actual, budgeted and projected revenues, capital improvement expenditures and fund balances including a detail listing of planned projects and costs. Operations, Maintenance, and Construction Improvement (OMCI) Funds: These funds provide actual, budgeted and projected revenues, expenditures and fund balances of the taxing subdistricts. The primary source of revenue is generated from a voter approved subdistrict ad valorem tax levy. This revenue is restricted for stormwater and operations and maintenance related capital improvement projects within the individual taxing subdistrict, with the exception of the Bonfils and Meramec subdistricts, which are dedicated to wastewater projects. Debt Service Funds: This group of funds presents actual, budgeted and projected debt service obligations for revenue bonds issued by the District. Special Funds: This section details actual, budgeted, and projected revenues, expenditures and fund balances of the various special funds such as the Water Back-up Insurance Fund and the Emergency Funds. Ordinances: The last few sections contain the text of the ordinances concerning the revenues and expenditures, taxes and user charges covered in this document. Glossaries: A list of the terminology and acronyms used in this document that is either technical in nature or unique to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. Each term is given a short description that defines it within the context it is used. In addition to this main budget document, a Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP) Budget Supplement is available. The CIRP Budget Supplement provides detailed descriptions and locations of the sewer projects planned for Fiscal Year 2016. iii GFOA DISTINGUISHED BUDGET AWARD I. INTRODUCTION A. Introduction Description .......................................................... i B. How to Use this Budget Document .......................................... ii C. Table of Contents ..................................................................... iv D. MSD 2015 Organization Chart ................................................ vii E. MSD History and Demographics ............................................. viii F. District Watersheds Map .......................................................... xi II. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S BUDGET MESSAGE ............... 1 III. BUDGET SUMMARY A. Budget Summary Description .................................................. 5 B. Budget and Financial Policies .................................................. 6 C. Strategic Business & Operating Plan (SBOP) ......................... 13 D. Budget Process ......................................................................... 20 E. Sources and Uses of Funding ................................................... 23 F. User Charges ............................................................................ 28 G. Expenditures ............................................................................ 34 H. Issued Revenue Bonds & Debt Service .................................... 35 I. District-Wide Operating Expenses ........................................... 38 J. Allocated Positions .................................................................. 39 K. Consolidated Statement of Changes in Fund Balance .............. 40 L. Segmentation of Operating and Storm Water Budgets ............ 43 M Interfund Transfer Activity by Fund FY15-FY17.................... 46 N. List of Funds ............................................................................ 49 O. Fund Basis vs. GAAP Basis Statement of Operations ............. 50 IV. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM A. Capital Improvement and Replacement Description ............... 51 B. Summary ................................................................................. 52 C. CIRP Projects with Impact on Operating Costs ...................... 55 D. Wastewater Construction Projects ............................................ 60 E. Wastewater Engineering Projects ............................................. 65 F. Stormwater Construction Projects ............................................ 69 G. Stormwater Engineering Projects ............................................. 72 H. Continued Wastewater Projects ................................................ 74 I. Continued Stormwater Projects ............................................... 76 J. CIRP Funding Timeline ........................................................... 78 K. Multi-decade CIRP Needs ....................................................... 79 V. GENERAL FUND A. General Fund Description ......................................................... 81 B. Revenue Trends and Changes in Fund Balance ........................ 82 C. General Fund Budget by Natural Account Group ..................... 85 D. Significant Budget Changes .................................................... 86 E. General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variance .......... 87 F. General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection ....................... 94 G. General Fund Expenditures by Organization 1. Board of Trustees………………………………………….. 99 2. Rate Commission ............................................................... 105 3. Secretary-Treasurer ............................................................ 111 4. Civil Service Commission .................................................. 121 5. Executive Director ............................................................. 127 6. General Counsel ................................................................. 137 7. Human Resources .............................................................. 147 8. Finance ............................................................................... 161 9. Information Systems .......................................................... 173 10. Engineering ........................................................................ 185 11. Operations .......................................................................... 199 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2016 BUDGET TABLE OF CONTENTS ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________iv VI. REVENUE FUNDS A. Revenue Funds Description ..................................................... 227 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 229 C. Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statements 1. Wastewater Revenue Fund (3306) .................................. 230 2. Projected User Charge Revenue-Wastewater .................. 231 3. Stormwater Revenue Fund (3307) ................................... 232 4. Projected User Charge Revenue-Stormwater .................. 233 VII. CONSTRUCTION FUNDS A. Construction Funds Description ............................................... 235 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 237 C. Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statement 1. Caulks Creek Construction (6610) .................................. 238 2. Williams Creek Construction (6620) ............................... 239 3. Sanitary Replacement Fund (6660) ................................. 240 4. Stormwater Replacement Fund (6700) ............................ 245 VIII. OPERATION, MAINTENANCE and CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS A. OMCI Funds Description ......................................................... 247 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 249 C. Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statements 1. District-wide Stormwater (5110) ..................................... 250 2. Stormwater Operations & Maintenance (5130) ............... 251 3. Consolidated less District-wide Funds ............................ 252 4. Bond Place Special Taxing Sub-district (5401) ............... 253 5. Clayton-Central (5563) .................................................... 254 6. Coldwater Creek (5564) .................................................. 255 7. Creve Coeur-Frontenac (5565) ........................................ 257 8. Deer Creek (5566) ........................................................... 259 9. Blackjack (Dellwood) (5567) .......................................... 261 10. Fountain Creek (5569) ..................................................... 262 11. Gravois Creek (5571) .......................................................264 12. Loretta-Joplin (5574) .......................................................266 13. Maline Creek (5576) ........................................................267 14. Marlborough (5577) .........................................................269 15. North Affton (5579) .........................................................270 16. North Kinloch (5580) .......................................................271 17. Sugar Creek (5583) ..........................................................272 18. University City Branch of River des Peres (5584) ..........274 19. Upper Paddock Creek (5585) ..........................................276 20. Watkins Creek (5587) ......................................................277 21. Wedgewood Creek (5588) ...............................................278 22. Wellston (5589) ...............................................................279 23. Missouri River-Bonfils (5590) .........................................280 24. Lower Meramec River Basin (5591) ...............................282 25. Shrewsbury Branch of River des Peres (5592) ................283 26. Seminary Branch of River des Peres (5593) ....................284 27. Black Creek (5594) ..........................................................286 D. Stormwater Operation and Maintenance Expenses in OMCI Funds (FY15-FY17) ................................................................ 288 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2016 BUDGET TABLE OF CONTENTS __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ v IX. DEBT SERVICE FUNDS A. Debt Service Funds Description ............................................... 291 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 293 C. Changes in Fund Balance – Individual Fund Statement 1. Mississippi River Principal and Interest (2205) ............... 294 2. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2804) ............. 295 3. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2808) ............. 296 4. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2810) ............. 297 5. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2812) ............. 298 6. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2816) ............. 299 7. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2817) ............. 300 8. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2818) ............. 301 9. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2819) ............. 302 10. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2820) ............. 303 11. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (Proposed) ...... 304 D. Wastewater Debt Service Amortization Schedule ................... 305 X. SPECIAL FUNDS A. Special Funds Description ....................................................... 307 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 309 C Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statements 1. Improvement Fund (4102) ............................................... 310 2. Water Backup Insurance & Reimbursement (4104) ........ 312 3. Workers’ Compensation Fund (4105) ............................. 313 4. Wastewater Emergency Fund (4122) ............................. 314 5. Stormwater Emergency Fund (4123)............................... 316 XI. ORDINANCES XI. ORDINANCES A. Budget Ordinance #14117 ........................................................319 B. Tax Ordinance #14118 .............................................................327 C. Wastewater User Charge Ordinance #13758 ............................337 D. Stormwater Ordinance #13466 .................................................359 XII. GLOSSARIES A. Glossary ...................................................................................372 B. Acronym Glossary ....................................................................382 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2016 BUDGET TABLE OF CONTENTS __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ vi Citizens – City of St. LouisCitizens – St. Louis CountyFrancis G. SlayMayorSteve StengerCounty ExecutiveElectsAnnette MandelTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/15/16James FaulVice ChairTerm Expires: 3/15/17Ruby BonnerTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/15/18Michael YatesChairTerm Expires: 3/14/14Robert BerryTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/14/16Valerie PattonTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/14/17Board of TrusteesBrian HoelscherExecutive DirectorBudget - $1,423,887Page 127 FTE - 6Internal AuditorBudget included in Secretary-Treasurer DepartmentRate CommissionBudget - $75,000Page 105 FTE - 0Timothy R. SnokeSecretary-TreasurerBudget - $3,378,071Page 111 FTE - 7Civil Service CommissionBudget - $10,000Page 121 FTE - 0VacantDirectorFinanceBudget - $20,619,396Page 161 FTE - 67Richard UnverferthDirectorEngineeringBudget - $25,011,220Page 185 FTE - 235Susan MyersGeneral CounselBudget - $2,488,683Page 137 FTE - 8Vicki Taylor-EdwardsDirectorHuman ResourcesBudget - $10,277,675Page 147 FTE - 32Jonathon SpragueDirectorOperationsBudget - $107,283,730Page 199 FTE - 603Barbara MohnDirectorInformation SystemsBudget - $12,924,533Page 173 FTE - 42Page 99Budget - $6,100ElectsAppointsAppointsNote: Appointments to the Board of Trustees may continue beyond the term expiration date if a new appointee is not named.vii St. Louis Metropolitan Area The City of St. Louis is an independent city, meaning it is not part of a county, founded in 1766, located on the eastern border of Missouri and covers an area of approximately 62 square miles. Before Europeans moved west, the St. Louis area was the center of the Native American Mississippian culture. European exploration began in 1673; five years later the area was claimed as part of French Louisiana. In 1764 control of the area was assumed by the Spanish as part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain. During the American Revolution, the Battle of St. Louis was waged by the British using Native American forces. In 1800 St. Louis was transferred to the Republic of France. In 1803, St. Louis was sold by France to the U.S. as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Steamboats arrived in St. Louis in 1818, improving connections to New Orleans and eastern markets. Missouri became a state in 1821 with St. Louis continuing to grow due to its port connections. In 1904 St. Louis hosted the first Olympics held outside of Europe and the World’s Fair, Louisiana Purchase Exhibition. Today’s Forest Park, which contains the St. Louis Zoo, St. Louis Art Museum and Missouri History Museum, was built as part of the Fair. St. Louis expanded in the early 20th century with the peak population in 1950. Suburbanization from the 50’s through the 90’s reduced the City’s population drastically. Revitalization efforts began in the 1980’s and resulted in St. Louis receiving the World Leadership Award for urban renewal in 2006. Today’s City of St. Louis has a population of 317,419 according to the 2014 U.S. Census estimates; 47.9% is African American, 43.5% is non-Hispanic, white, 3.7% is Hispanic, 3.1% is Asian, 0.3% is Native American/Alaska Native and 2.3% reports two or more races. The median age in the City is 34 and the median income per household is $34,582. St. Louis County is comprised of 90 municipalities with some unincorporated areas, encompassing a total of 508 square miles. The population estimate as of 2014 was 1,001,876 with a median age of 40 years. As of the 2013 Census data estimates, the racial makeup of the County is 68.0% Non-Hispanic White, 23.7% African American, 0.2% Native American, 3.8% Asian, 2.7% Hispanic, and 1.9% from two or more races. The median household income is $58,910. The County was organized in 1812 with the City of St. Louis voting to become independent in 1877. At the time there were 350,000 residents in the City and 30,000 in the County. The City residents wanted to be, “rid of county taxes and state influence over county government.” In 1970 the population of the County was 951,353 and the City’s population was 750,026. In the 2010 Census both the City and the County experienced a reduction in population. The combined City and County is known as Greater St. Louis and is the 19th largest metropolitan area in the U.S. The average annual temperature is 57 degrees Fahrenheit with an average precipitation of 41 inches per year. The City of St. Louis is also known as the Gateway to the West with the iconic St. Louis Arch rising 630 feet above downtown with the city at 465 feet above sea level. St. Louis supports three major sports teams: Cardinals baseball, Blues hockey and Rams football. Greater St. Louis is home to several Fortune 500 companies including Express Scripts, Emerson Electric, Monsanto, Centene, Reinsurance Group of America, Peabody Energy, Ameren, Graybar Electric and Edward Jones. Employment is supported by healthcare, education, trade and transportation, professional business services and manufacturing, The City of St. Louis places 21st in the country for Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) and, in December 2014, St. Louis County had an unemployment rate of 4.8%, well below the national average of 5.6%. viii Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District was created in 1954 to provide a metropolitan-wide sewer system and drainage facility to serve the City of St. Louis and most of the more heavily populated areas of St. Louis County. Before MSD’s creation, the City of St. Louis, various municipalities and private sewer companies provided sewer service that primarily included only collecting and transporting sewage from small geographic areas to nearby rivers and streams with little or no treatment. Most of the municipalities or private sewer companies serving the area did not have the jurisdictional authority or financial resources needed to eliminate health hazards from untreated sewage. When the District began operations, 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. In 1977, voters approved the District’s annexation of a 270 square mile area of the lower Missouri River and lower Meramec River watersheds. The District purchased the Fee Fee Trunk Sewer Company and the Missouri Bottoms Sewer Company in 1978. MSD has since annexed other property and acquired other investor-owned or municipally operated systems. The District’s service area now encompasses 525 square miles, including all 62 square miles of the City of St. Louis and 462 square miles of St. Louis County. The current population served by the District is approximately 1.3 million. MSD is organized pursuant to Article VI, Section 30 of the Missouri State Constitution that empowers the people of St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis “to establish a metropolitan district for functional administration of services common to the area”. MSD is the only district established pursuant to that section of the Missouri State Constitution. The Proposed Plan of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (the Plan), approved by the voters in 1954 and amended in 2000 and 2012, established the District. The Plan describes the District as “a body corporate, a municipal corporation and a political subdivision of the state”. As a political subdivision of the state, MSD is comparable to a county or city, such as the city of St. Louis or St. Louis County, only with powers and responsibilities limited to wastewater collection and treatment and stormwater management. ix METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT AT A GLANCE INCORPORATION/GOVERNMENT Established .............................. February 9, 1954 Form of government ............................................ Political subdivision of the State of Missouri The Plan of the District was drafted by a Board of Freeholders and approved by the voters in 1954 and amended in 2000 and 2012. A six-member Board of Trustees -- three appointed by the Mayor of the City of St. Louis and three appointed by the County Executive of St. Louis County, sets the policy governing MSD. Board Member Term Expires Annette Mandel, (City) ......................... 3/15/2016 James Faul, Vice Chair (City) .............. 3/15/2017 Ruby Bonner (City) .............................. 3/15/2018 Michael Yates, Chair (County) ............. 3/14/2014 Robert Berry, (County) ........................ 3/14/2016 Valerie Patton. (County) ...................... 3/14/2017 Board meetings are held the second Thursday of the month and are open to the public. Various citizen groups are formed to submit comments on ballot propositions and key District initiatives. The voters in the community must approve all debt issues and tax issues. Bond Ratings Series 2013B Moody’s ...................................................... Aa1 S&P ............................................................ AAA Fitch ........................................................... AA+ FY16 BUDGET Operating Budget ......................... $209.8 million CIRP .............................................. $299.5 million Debt Service ................................. $ 73.5 million Total FY14 Budget ........................ $582.8 million MAJOR SERVICES PROVIDED BY MSD Wastewater Treatment Sanitary & Stormwater Maintenance Floodwater Control Pump Station Operation & Maintenance Monitoring of Industrial Waste Issuance of Pretreatment Discharge Permits Engineering Design and Specification Construction of Sewer Lines Plan Reviews and Approvals Issuance of Connection Permits FY15 SERVICE STATISTICS OPERATIONS Sewer Lines ....................................... 9,531 Miles Treatment Plants .................................... 7 Plants Sewage Treatment: Average flow in million gallons per day (MGD) ............................................. 328 Treatment Capacity (MGD) ............................ 538 Annual engineering maximum plant capacity (millions of gallons) ............................... 196,279 Amount treated annually (millions of gallons) ............................... 119,547 Unused Capacity (millions of gallons) ...... 76,732 Percentage of capacity utilized .................. 60.9% ENGINEERING Engineering Services: Sewer Plans Approved ............................... 515 Sewer Construction Permits Issued ........ 3,400 Sewer Connection Permits Issued .......... 1,352 BILLING Single Family Accounts .......................... 359,317 Multi-Family Accounts .............................. 41,131 Commercial-Industrial Accounts ............... 24,389 Total Accounts ...................................... 424,837 DEMOGRAPHICS Land Area ................................. 525 square miles Population ............................................ 1.3 million No. of Households - City & County ......... 543,945 No. of Registered Voters ........................ 862,778 Median Age of Residents-City ................ 34.0 yrs Median Age of Residents-County ........... 39.9 yrs Median Household Income-City ............. $34,582 Median Household Income-County ........ $58,910 Median value of housing-City ............... $119,200 Median value of housing-County .......... $174,500 Persons below poverty level: - St. Louis City .......................................... 27.4% - St. Louis County ...................................... 10.9% Unemployment St. Louis City ...................... 6.5% Unemployment St. Louis County ................. 4.8% Unemployment Missouri Average ............... 5.4% Unemployment National Average ................ 5.6% Cultural Institutions & Attractions: -Gateway Arch -St. Louis Art Museum -Missouri History Museum -St. Louis Zoo -Science Center -Saint Louis Symphony -Missouri Botanical Garden -Busch Stadium Major employers include (local employees): Barnes-Jewish Hospital (24,082), Boeing Company (15,000), Washington University (14,170), SSM Health (12,697), and Mercy (12,013). Fortune 500 companies include: Express Scripts Holding, Emerson, Monsanto, Reinsurance Group, Centene, Peabody Energy, Ameren, Graybar Electric and Jones Financial. x xi Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGETxii BUDGET MESSAGEThe Executive Director's Budget Message provides an outline of the major assumptions relating to the annual budget, a general indication of the status of the District's finances and service levels, short and long-term goals and other significant information. 1 March 12, 2015 Board of Trustees Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District 2350 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63103 Dear Trustees: The mission of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) is to protect the public’s health and safety, and the region’s water environment, by responsibly providing wastewater and stormwater management. In fulfilling our mission, we focus on delivering sound fiscal management and fostering a business-focused culture throughout the organization. As we continue to build upon our progress over the past several years, in fiscal year (FY) 2016, we will remain focused on several key areas of overall operations, while being fiscally responsive to the needs of the St. Louis region: STRATEGIC BUSINESS AND OPERATING PLAN – MSD’s management is committed to running this utility like a business. A key aspect of this effort is MSD’s Strategic Business and Operating Plan (SBOP). The FY 2016 SBOP is a business-focused blueprint for serving our customers now and into the future. It is a plan that puts the customers and the St. Louis community first. The SBOP goals are clear:  Deliver consistent, high quality customer service;  Comply with all legal and regulatory requirements and schedules;  Minimize customer rate increases;  Be accountable to the St. Louis community The SBOP is tied to the budgeting process to ensure that initiatives are properly funded. Each department prepares a base budget that covers funding for its day-to-day operations, and an incremental budget for strategic activities that are to be implemented throughout the budget year. A detailed budget review process ensures an in-depth review of all budgetary requests. If fiscal constraints require reduced funding, the costs of strategic objectives are identified so that proper decisions can be made. WASTEWATER PROJECTS – The primary focus of MSD’s mission is the execution of the Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). The long-term goals of the CIRP are to protect the health and safety of our St. Louis community through the renewal and improvement of MSD’s existing wastewater collection and treatment capabilities. Each year moves us closer to our goals for this important program. In FY 2016, MSD plans 109 new or continuing wastewater projects, located throughout MSD’s service area, totaling $220 million. These projects are funded primarily from the Sanitary Replacement Fund, and represent $24.7 million in continued projects and $195.3 million in new projects. STORMWATER – The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has issued a Phase II Stormwater permit to MSD, St. Louis County, and 58 county municipalities. Under the provisions of this permit, MSD is the St. Louis Coordinating Authority for our separate municipal stormwater sewer system. St. Louis County and the municipalities are co-permittees. Per the Phase II Storm Water Management Plan, MSD has again committed significant resources to this important effort. Not only does this work help us meet MSD’s legal obligations as a stormwater permit holder and as the St. Louis Coordinating Authority, but it significantly reduces the overall compliance burden incurred by our co-permittees. Such an 2 approach allows for a comprehensive and meaningful direction to our community’s Phase II Stormwater efforts. In FY 2016, MSD tentatively plans 31 stormwater projects, including continuing projects from FY 2015, totaling $7.3 million. RATE COMMISSION – On February 26, 2015 MSD staff presented a proposal to our Rate Commission recommending a rate increase for wastewater and a change in how stormwater is funded. Composed of 15 member organizations representing a broad cross-section of MSD’s customers and the community it serves, the Rate Commission is designed to provide public input into how rates are set. PROJECT CLEAR – In 2007, the State of Missouri and the United States Environmental Protection Agency filed a lawsuit against MSD regarding overflows. The Missouri Coalition for the Environment later joined the lawsuit as an intervener. Throughout MSD’s service area, there are hundreds of points where a combination of rainwater and wastewater discharges into local waterways from the sewer system during moderate to heavy rainstorms. These sewer overflow points act as relief valves when too much rainwater enters the sewer system, and without them, communities could experience thousands of basement backups and/or extensive street flooding. In April 2012, the United States Federal Court approved an agreement known as a Consent Decree bringing the lawsuit to a close. The agreement calls for $4.7 billion in improvements to the wastewater system over 23 years. The FY 2016 budget continues MSD’s ongoing execution of the Consent Decree. Knowing that robust and simplified communications would be critical to the success of the Consent Decree, MSD launched Project Clear. Project Clear is the name MSD has given to all Consent Decree activities and resulting communications with stakeholders. Therefore, Project Clear is MSD’s $4.7 billion, 23-year initiative to plan, design, and build system-wide improvements to address water quality and alleviate many wastewater concerns in the St. Louis region. Project Clear will focus on system-wide improvements across the St. Louis area to get the rain out, repair and maintain, and build system improvements. Projects range in scale from massive underground tunnels to carry the volume of stormwater needed in a growing region with more paved surfaces, to the disconnection of residential downspouts from the sanitary sewer line, and rainscaping improvements to manage stormwater as close as possible to where it falls. RAINSCAPING/ GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE – As part of Project Clear, $100 million will be allocated to implement a rainscaping (green infrastructure) program that includes a five-year, $3 million pilot program meant to help understand the regulatory, logistical, financial, and educational challenges that will need to be managed as green infrastructure is utilized to address sewer overflows. The program includes an agreement between MSD and the City of St. Louis’ Land Reutilization Authority (LRA) for the use of LRA owned property. The EPA has also approved to date more than $18 million in additional funding for Early Action projects and the Small Grants Rainscaping Program. DIVERSITY – MSD has had a well-recognized diversity program in place for several years, marked by its success in helping build minority and women owned businesses in our St. Louis community. Minority/Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) firms have had extensive participation in MSD's Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). In FY 2014, MWBE participation in construction projects was 21.19%, MWBE participation in professional services projects was 45.70%, and MWBE participation in other capital vendor services was 45%. As evidenced by the increase of these numbers, MWBE participation in the CIRP is an important part of our diversity efforts. In addition, MWBE participation in general purchasing transactions was 18.26%. These 3 expenditures resulted in a cumulative MWBE utilization percentage of 32.54%.  Affirmative Action Program (AAP) – An AAP is an internal program implemented to establish guidelines for recruiting and selection processes to promote and maintain a fair and equal workforce within MSD. In November, 2014 an extensive review of the program was conducted to exam the existing hiring processes and to determine if adjustments need to be made to prevent potential discrimination or adverse impact against women and minorities. As MSD continues the important work we are doing to protect our environment, we will continue our efforts to ensure MSD staff and our service providers are reflective of the diverse community we serve. The signed Community Benefits Agreement (CBA), a formal agreement between MSD and community organizations that establishes a framework for addressing issues in workforce training, business development, and other areas that often act as obstacles in developing a diverse labor pool and contracting community. BUDGET SUMMARY – As the Executive Director of MSD, I affirm that rates and charges as currently implemented will generate sufficient revenues to meet all expenditures as proposed in the FY 2016 budget, providing adequate operating liquidity as directed in MSD's Debt Management Policy. Furthermore, current rates and charges are adequate to ensure MSD’s compliance with all obligations as provided in the Master Bond Ordinance, adopted by the Trustees on April 22, 2004. The proposed FY 2016 operating budget includes $183.5 million for day-to-day operations, reflecting a $718 thousand or 0.4% increase over the FY 2015 budget. The total District budget for FY 2016 is $582.8 million. Proposed expenditures for the FY 2016 are summarized as follows: Operating $209.8 million CIRP 299.5 million Debt Service 73.5 million TOTAL EXPENSE BUDGET $582.8 million Versus costs presented to and approved by the Rate Commission, the Operations budget for FY 2013 through FY 2016 is projected to be 1.7% less than originally planned; the CIRP budget FY 2013 through FY 2016 is projected to be 4.8% less than originally planned. In FY 2016, we pledge to continue to scrutinize our business practices, deliver sound fiscal management, and be fully accountable to the public for the ways in which we spend their money. We will continue to improve our customer service levels and our efforts to inform the community of our operations and needs. We will persist in addressing the health, safety, and environmental needs of our St. Louis community. In short, we will work to prepare MSD, its customers, and our community for the challenges of the future. Sincerely, Brian Hoelscher, Executive Director, P.E. 4 BUDGET SUMMARYThe Budget Summary section contains policies, processes, graphs and charts describingbudget development. This section also contains information regarding user charges,funding through the issuances of bonds and how those funds are managed.5 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's budget & financial policies set forth the basic framework for the District’s overall management of operations taking into account changing circumstances and conditions. These policies assist the decision making process of the Board and provide guidelines for evaluating both current activities and proposals for future programs. Balanced Budget Policy Section 7.130 of the District’s Charter requires a balanced budget be submitted to The Board for approval.  In no event shall the total amount of proposed expenditures for the budget year from any fund exceed the estimated revenues to be actually received plus any unencumbered balance or less any deficit estimated for the beginning of the budget year.  The Annual Budget must be balanced. All funds, Department operations and services, supported by the financial resources of the District, must function within the limits of these resources identified or available specifically to them. A balance must be struck between revenues and expenditures so that the public can realize the benefits of a strong and stable utility. By law, budgets cannot exceed available resources, defined as revenues generated in the current period added to balances carried forward from prior years.  Pursuant to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Charter, Section 7.130, not later than the fifteenth day of March in each year, the Executive Director will submit to The Board a budget for the ensuing fiscal year, an explanatory budget message, and a general appropriation ordinance conforming with such budget. The budget shall provide a financial plan for the budget year for all District and subdistrict funds. Operating Budget Policies  Historical levels of funding and expenditures shall be included in the budget to provide comparisons. Financial forecasting of future requirements shall be included to provide estimates of future financial and operating conditions.  Whenever approved by The Board, the Executive Director may transfer any unencumbered appropriation balances or portions from one classification of expenditure to another.  Per Section 7.160 of the Charter, at any time during the budget year, upon recommendation of the Executive Director, The Board may, by ordinance, make supplementary appropriations if (1) the Executive Director estimates that such appropriations will not result in a deficit at the end of the budget, or (2) The Board shall adopt an ordinance or ordinances consistent with the requirements in Section 7.140 providing additional revenues and the Executive Director estimates that the amount to be actually received there from during the budget year will equal or exceed the amount of such supplementary appropriations. 6 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Operating Budget Policies (continued)  The District will maintain a budgetary control system to ensure adherence to the budget and will prepare regular reports comparing actual revenues and expenditures to budgeted amounts. Basis of Budgeting  The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District is legally required to prepare its annual budget utilizing the modified accrual method of accounting. Modified accrual accounting is the process of formally recording encumbrances in the ledger as reductions to the budgetary accounts to ensure that total actual expenditures plus related commitments do not exceed appropriations. The funds and accounts of the District are maintained on the modified accrual method to demonstrate compliance with finance related legal and contractual provisions. Revenues are recognized when they are obligated to the District (for example, Wastewater User Charges are recognized as revenue when bills are produced). Appropriations lapse at year-end only to the extent of the unencumbered balances. Open encumbrances at year end are reviewed and closed, if not associated with a specific contract, service or vendor. Revenue Policies  The District will seek to maintain a diversified and stable revenue system to minimize short-run fluctuations in any one revenue source.  The District will follow an aggressive policy of collecting revenues.  The District will establish wastewater user charges and stormwater user charges, fees and tax rates at a level related to the full cost (operating, direct, indirect and capital) of providing the service. Voter approval is required to implement tax rate increases.  The District will review wastewater fees and stormwater user charges, and fees annually to determine if the revenues support the cost of the service. Rate increases to generate needed revenues are required, per Charter Section 7.040, to be submitted to the District’s Rate Commission for review and recommendation to The Board.  The major revenue sources of the District include Wastewater User Charges, Stormwater User Charges, Taxes, Revenue Bonds, Grant Income, Investment Income and Connection Fees. 7 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Investment Policies  The District will maximize the return on all cash available for investment without sacrifice of safety or necessary liquidity.  The Secretary-Treasurer will develop and maintain a comprehensive, well-documented investment reporting system. This system will provide The Board with appropriate investment performance information. Debt Policies  The Board shall authorize and approve all debt issued for the purpose of financing portions of the District’s Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP) as well as debt that may be issued for the purpose of refunding any outstanding District debt.  The District will confine long-term borrowing to finance authorized capital improvement projects or to refund, on a current or advanced basis, outstanding debt obligations.  The District may issue long-term debt (general obligation or revenue bonds) where it is deemed that capital improvements should not be financed from current revenues. Long-term borrowing will not be used to finance current operations or normal maintenance. Long-term debt will be self-supporting and structured such that the weighted average maturity of the debt does not exceed the expected useful life of the capital project.  The District may issue (1) general obligation bonds to finance capital improvement projects that result in community-wide benefits (2) revenue bonds to finance capital improvement projects serviced from the net revenues from a particular enterprise, such as sewer service.  Issuance of general obligation bonds requires 57% approval of those voting at primary and general elections and a 67% approval at other elections. Issuance of revenue bonds requires simple majority approval of those voting.  No general obligation bonds shall be issued in an amount, which together with existing indebtedness of the District or a subdistrict exceeds in the aggregate 5% of the value of all taxable tangible property in the District and its subdistricts.  Any general obligation bonds issued under the District charter shall mature over a period not exceeding 20 years from the date contracted.  For the purpose of refunding, extending, or unifying the whole or any part of its valid bonded indebtedness, the District may issue refunding bonds not exceeding the principal amount of the outstanding indebtedness to be refunded and the accrued interest to the date of such refunding bonds. 8 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Debt Policies (continued)  Short-term borrowing may be utilized as authorized by District Charter, Section 3.020(13), for the temporary funding of capital projects or for operational cash flow deficits subject to the following policies:  District may issue short-term debt when there is a defined and adequate repayment source.  Lines of Credit may be considered as an alternative to other short-term borrowing options if it is determined to be more cost-effective.  Other short-term debt, including commercial paper notes, may be used when it provides an interest rate advantage or as interim financing until market conditions are more favorable for long-term debt issuance.  Per Charter Section 3.020, the District may use short-term debt to provide for the borrowing of money in anticipation of the collection of taxes and revenues for the fiscal year. The amount of such loans shall at no time exceed 90% of the estimated collectible taxes and revenues for the year yet uncollected. Reserve Policies  The operating reserve is a balance maintained in the General Fund, Construction Funds and Special Funds combined to accommodate fluctuations in annual revenues and expenditures. The District currently maintains a minimum fund balance of 60 days or 16.4% of the next year’s annual operating expenditures for working capital.  The District will maintain a Stormwater Emergency Fund with a minimum balance of $250,000 and a Wastewater Emergency Fund with a minimum balance of $500,000.  The District will maintain a Wastewater Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund with a minimum balance of $1 million dollars.  The District will maintain a General Insurance Fund with a minimum balance of $500,000 dollars.  Funds will be reserved to comply with the terms and conditions of the debt instruments used to finance capital improvement projects.  Property taxes levied by the District and other revenue received for construction, operations and maintenance in particular taxing subdistricts will be reserved for that use. 9 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Capital Improvement and Replacement Policies  The District shall prepare a long-term plan for wastewater infrastructure projects to relieve backup complaints and/or for the correction of identified sanitary sewer capacity inadequacies and deficiencies and/or for the correction of bypasses and overflows. This plan shall include stormwater projects to prevent flooding and erosion threatening homes and property. This plan shall be used to develop a five year CIRP and make all capital improvements accordingly. This five year plan shall be updated annually.  The Board adopts the CIRP as a planning document, but does not appropriate the identified multi-year expenditures. These expenditures are legally authorized during the year at the time a fixed contract is awarded.  The District will maintain its physical assets at a level adequate to protect the District's capital investment and to minimize future maintenance and replacement costs. Financial and Accounting Policies  An independent audit shall be made of all accounts of the District at least annually by a certified public accounting firm that shall be engaged by The Board.  Monthly financial reports will be submitted to The Board and District Staff.  District financial information will be available through monthly financial statements, the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Annual Budget.  The District will produce annual financial reports in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as outlined by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). 10 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Basis of Accounting The CAFR shows the status of the District’s finances on the basis of GAAP. In most cases, this conforms to the way the District prepares its budget. Exceptions are as follows: 1. Principal payments on long-term debt within the Enterprise Funds are applied to the outstanding liability on a GAAP basis, as opposed to being expended on a budget basis. 2. Capital Outlay within the Enterprise Funds are recorded as assets on a GAAP basis and expended on a budget basis. 3. Depreciation expense is recorded on a GAAP basis only. Financial Structure The District’s financial structure is organized on the basis of funds, each of which is considered a separate accounting entity with fund specific balancing accounts that comprise its assets, liabilities, fund balances, revenues and expenditures. Governmental resources are allocated to and accounted for in individual funds based upon the purposes for which they are to be spent and the means by which spending activities are controlled. Governmental funds are those through which most governmental functions are financed. The acquisition, use, and balances of the District’s expendable financial resources and the related liabilities are accounted for through governmental funds. The measurement focus is on the determination of changes in financial position rather than upon net income. The following fund types are used by the District: General Fund The General Fund is the general operating fund of the District. It is used to account for all financial resources except those required to be accounted for in another fund. The General Fund consists of eleven operating departments: 1. Board of Trustees 2. Rate Commission 3. Civil Service Commission 4. Secretary-Treasurer 5. Executive Director 6. General Counsel 7. Human Resources 8. Finance 9. Information Systems 10. Engineering 11. Operations 11 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Revenue Funds The Revenue Funds account for all wastewater and stormwater user charges billed to customers. User Charge proceeds are recorded in the Revenue Funds and allocated to the various other funds to cover operation and maintenance costs and capital improvement expenditures. Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Funds (OMCI) These funds account for the proceeds from tax levies in the various subdistricts. These are primarily stormwater dedicated subdistrict assessments which fund projects, stormwater operations and maintenance specific to each subdistrict’s geographic area. There are currently 20 subdistricts either collecting, using or holding tax revenue balances. Construction Funds The Construction Funds are established to receive and disburse proceeds from revenue sources and restricted for construction of improvements to sewerage and drainage collection systems and treatment facilities. The District has two construction funds that support the majority of the CIRP: 1) the Sanitary Replacement Fund and, 2) the Stormwater Replacement Fund. Use of these funds is dedicated to sanitary and stormwater projects, respectively. Debt Service Funds The Debt Service Funds are established for bond issues sold by the District. These funds provide for the accounting of receipt and disbursement of monies designated for payment of principal and interest and redemption of outstanding bond issues. A distinct fund is established for each of the District’s bond issues. Special Funds The Special Funds are established to: 1) account for and report financial resources related to the proceeds of specific revenue sources designated for specific purposes, or 2) account for and report financial resources related to funds required to maintain a minimum balance. The District’s current Special Funds consist of the following: 1. Improvement Fund – to account for the cost of any improvements and special tax bills issued for any improvement. 2. Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund – to account for customer water backup insurance claims resulting from over charged lines or blocked mains. 3. General Insurance Fund – to be used to pay the cost of workers’ compensation claims, property insurance, general liability, auto liability, flood insurance and all expenses (i.e. premiums, claims, claim expenses, claim recoveries and claim accruals) related to these coverages. 4. Two Emergency Funds – to account for monies needed to address Wastewater and Stormwater emergencies. Such emergencies require immediate District response. Examples are sewer repairs and replacements to immediately address severe disruption in the operations and maintenance of the District, weather related disruption of District operations, and other disruptions of District services caused by dramatic unforeseen events. 12 STRATEGIC BUSINESS AND OPERATING PLAN VISION STATEMENT Quality Service Always MISSION STATEMENT To protect the public’s health, safety, and water environment by responsibly providing wastewater and stormwater management VALUES Integrity Acting ethically at all times, treating everyone with honesty, fairness and respect. Teamwork Working together to accomplish our mission with open communication, trust, respect and diversity. Innovation Embracing continuous improvement and new solutions to achieve excellence. Employees Developing successful, responsible, and safety conscious employees and acknowledging their contributions. Customers Building strong relationships by keeping our commitments, providing excellent service and being transparent in everything we do. Vision, Mission, Value statements are important elements of a strategic business plan. The Mission statement keeps the District focused on its essential activity, the Vision statement points to its ideal purpose, and the Value statement conveys the principles that must shape our actions. 13 Strategic Business and Operating Plan The Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 Strategic Business and Operating Plan (SBOP) is a business-focused blueprint for serving our ratepayers now and into the future. It is a plan that puts the ratepayers and the St. Louis community first. The SBOP’s goals are clear:  Deliver consistent, high quality customer service;  Comply with all legal and regulatory requirements and schedules;  Minimize customer rate increases; and  Be accountable to the St. Louis community. These goals build on the public input and feedback that the District has received since the first SBOP was introduced in 2001. While the FY 2016 goals may appear similar to the original set of goals, the underlying refinements and changes in these goals are significant. The FY 2016 SBOP is easily understood, the goals and resulting strategies are actionable, and the impact of the strategies is measurable. Additionally, the FY 2016 SBOP continues a philosophy that intimately links budgetary expenditures and strategic goals. Under this philosophy, the goals and strategies of the SBOP drive budgetary expenditures and succinctly support the SBOP’s success. Further, the budgetary expenditures for the SBOP are business focused and ultimately serve the ratepayer. To achieve these goals, the FY 2016 SBOP proposes six business-focused strategies: Strategy 1: Educate and partner with stakeholders to build support. Essential to our success is an active dialog with stakeholders to improve mutual understanding of the needs of the District and its stakeholders. Education will focus on the District’s goals, needs and initiatives. When possible, we will partner with stakeholders to achieve win-win solutions on common issues. Partnering will take many forms, including – but not restricted to – discussions with various stakeholder groups; District organized focus groups; employee participation in civic organizations; and regulatory advisory committees. 14 Strategic Business and Operating Plan Strategies-continued Strategy 2: Manage the District’s costs and revenues to optimize financial impacts. The District continues to face increasing fiscal demands related to regulatory issues affecting its collection and treatment systems. In response to these demands, the District is continuing its important work to protect local waterways, ensure compliance with State and Federal environmental regulations, and provide effective, efficient wastewater and stormwater services to the St. Louis community. This work continues in the form of Project Clear, which includes the District’s multi-decade, multi-billion dollar Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). It is essential the District diligently manage costs and minimize rate increases. Sound financial management, long-term planning, internal audit practices, and leveraging of data are critical components of this strategy. Strategy 3: Integrate and improve the District’s business processes. Not accepting the status quo as justification for current and future business practices, and continually reviewing best practices amongst contemporaries are cultural imperatives for continual improvement. The goal of this initiative focuses on identifying and implementing process improvements that will enable the District to meet or exceed established performance, production and customer satisfaction goals. Strategy 4: Promote appropriate standards through proactive regulatory and legislative involvement. The most significant factors affecting current and future rate increases are federal and state regulations and legislation. It is often the case that implementation of multiple regulations compete for the same, scarce funding resources. As authorities in wastewater and stormwater management, it is essential that we assist in the creation of regulations that will efficiently achieve desired results. This extends to both regulations that govern environmental protection and regulations that are not directly linked to those duties, but are drivers for other facets of the District’s business functions. This strategy focuses on our involvement in the formation of regulations and legislation that impact all areas of the District's operations. It is crucial that regulations and legislation be based on sound technical information and governance frameworks. The District and others in the regulated community are in the best position to provide such information. New regulations and legislation – particularly those pertaining to environmental protection – should be practical and able to be implemented in a like manner. 15 Strategic Business and Operating Plan Strategies-continued Strategy 5: Address customer and regulatory needs through a comprehensive infrastructure management program. Maintaining customer service expectations and meeting regulatory requirements are paramount concerns within the District’s mission. However, these must be balanced against the need to cost effectively maintain the District’s wastewater and stormwater assets. This can only be achieved through investigation, planning, maintenance and capital replacement programs. A model infrastructure management program effectively integrates these processes while considering risk and required service levels. The resulting program minimizes the life-cycle costs of infrastructure assets at an acceptable level of risk, while continually delivering established levels of service. Strategy 6: Create a learning and business oriented culture based on competency and accountability. The District’s success is dependent upon employees having appropriate competencies and skills within a culture of accountability - a culture that is rooted in ethical integrity and seeks a balance between effectiveness, efficiency and cost management. Improving employee and organizational performance at all levels is the core of this strategy. Special emphasis will be placed on leadership development, management/supervisory skill training, open communications, general operational and administrative needs, and building awareness of individual employees’ role in the success of the overall organization. FISCAL YEAR 2016 OBJECTIVES The District has developed a set of specific objectives that support these strategies and, thus, achieve the goals of the Strategic Business and Operating Plan. Objectives are segmented into “Year 1”, “Year 2” and “Years 3-5” categories. Combined, these objectives make up the tactical blueprint that we will engage in during FY 2016 and beyond, as we strive to protect the public’s health, safety and water environment by responsibly providing wastewater and stormwater management.  16 ExecutiveGeneral Human InformationSecretaryStrategyObjDescriptionEngineering Director Finance Counsel Resources Systems Operations Treasurer Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2017 2018 2019 20201Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programs2.Execute Outreach Programs for Elected Representatives and Other Municipal Officials3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programs2Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts1.Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenue2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiatives3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needs3Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Use Key Performance Indicators annually2.Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting Business Process Improvement3.Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process Improvements4.Implement Fleet Management Business Process Improvement5.Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Recovery Needs and Policies 6. Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)7.Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvements4Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative Involvement1.Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory Issues2.Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed Planning5Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Program 1. Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement Program2.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement Program3.Implement Asset Management Program 4.Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management Plan5.Implement a Land Utilization Plan6.Enhance Reliability of Information Technology Infrastructure6Create a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability1.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communication2. Improve Organizational Effectiveness through Leadership Development3.Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and TrainingNote: Refer to Department Budgets for additional details Start Finish Indicates Department Lead for ObjectiveDEPARTMENTS IMPACTEDSTRATEGIC BUSINESS AND OPERATING PLANFISCAL YEARS 2016 - 2020 OBJECTIVESFY16Years of AdditionalMilestones17 Accomplishments Executive General Human Information SecretaryObjectivesStrategyObjDescriptionEngineering Director Finance Counsel Resources Systems Operations TreasurerCompleted*1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1. Execute Outreach ProgramsYES2. Strengthen the Elected Officials Outreach ProgramsYES3. Achieve Vendor and Workforce Inclusion ObjectivesYES2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts1. Increase Collection of Delinquent RevenueYES2. Identify and Implement Cost Savings InitiativesYES3. Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District NeedsYES3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceYES2.Implement Development /Review of Permitting Business Process ImprovementYES3. Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process ImprovementYES4.Implement Fleet Management Business Process ImprovementYES5.Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Recovery Needs and PoliciesYES6. Integrate Oracle Financial, Maximo and GIS Asset InformationYES41.Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory IssuesYES2.Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed PlanningYES51. Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement Program2. Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramYES3. Implement Asset Management Program YES4. Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management PlanYES5. Implement an Unimproved Land Utilization PlanNO61. Increase Organizational Performance through Improved CommunicationYES2. Improve Organizational Effectiveness through Leadership DevelopmentNO3.Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and TrainingYES* as of 6/30/15-Objective is considered completed if more than 50% of the milestones were met. STRATEGIC BUSINESS AND OPERATING PLANFY15 Objectives and Accomplishments DEPARTMENTS INVOLVEDAddress Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramPromote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability18 CategorySubjectFY13 PerformanceFY14 PerformanceFY15 GoalFY15 PerfomanceFY16 GoalCustomer ServiceOverall Quality of Service8.28.3> 8 out of 108.6> 8 out of 10Emergency 4-Hour Response Rate 89.3% 90.0% > 90%87.5% >=90%Mission Treatment Plant Compliance Rate99.9%100.0%100.0%99.99%100.0%Sewer Overflows-Dry Weather 11/Month 15/Month<22/Month18/Month<160/yrMaintenance Related Backups28/Month 29/Month<35/Month24/Month<35/MonthConstruction Schedule Compliance76%81%> 75%81%> 75%Financial Operating Budget Performance 4% under budget 1.1% under budget 1.5% under budget 2.0% under budget 1.5% under budgetConstruction Budget Performance 84.0% 88.0% >95% 89.0% >95%Organizational EffectivenessNon-Capital Competitive Purchasing 97.2%96.5%>95%97%>95%METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTPERFORMANCE SCORECARDAs of June 30, 201519 BUDGET PROCESS FY16 The District’s Strategic Business and Operating Plan (SBOP) is the key to the development of the Annual Budget. The SBOP process begins in July when all Departments are given the opportunity to reassess goals, strategies and objectives and the means for accomplishing them. The budget serves as the tool to communicate the District’s long-term plans and policies to the public, details the costs of services and programs and becomes the plan to accomplish the District’s goals and objectives during the next fiscal year. The budget process begins in early October with the projection of revenues (wastewater and stormwater user charges, investment & other income). District-wide imperatives and budgetary parameters are established by Executive Management and The Board of Trustees (“The Board”). The imperatives for this fiscal year include: IMPERATIVES FOR FY16 STRATEGIC BUSINESS PLAN STRATEGY OBJECTIVE District wastewater expenses are to be budgeted within the total 4-year parameter of the November 2011 Rate Commission Report. 2 3 Create stormwater budget scenario in line with Supreme Court decision: a. Assume zero impervious based stormwater revenue, stormwater program solely based on taxes and flat rate charge; or b. Assume stormwater service level and costs as previously discussed including all costs for personnel; c. Continue long range spend down of OMCI’s through chargeable operational expenses and Capital Program. 5 1 Execution of CIRP within the total four year parameter of the November 2011 Rate Commission Report. 2 3 Fund Information Technology long range infrastructure plan. 3 5 Meet all requirements and deadlines of the Consent Decree. 3 and 4 1 and 2 Meet requirements of Disparity Study, Community Benefits Agreement and overall Diversity Program. 1 3 Budget anticipated costs to implement Affirmative Action Plan. 3 3 Budget appropriate costs associated with work on a document management system for the District. 3 5 Department Directors and Managers begin budget development by providing an updated expenditure forecast for the remainder of FY15. A two step, zero-based budgeting method is used to develop the FY16 budget. This method requires written justification as to need and purpose for all expenditures. The first step is the preparation of a base budget that reflects the ongoing day-to-day operations of each Department. The second step is the preparation of an incremental budget, which reflects costs associated with initiatives outlined in the SBOP. Throughout the budget development process, departmental staff is required to evaluate programs and identify possible changes in services and staff positions. The Department Directors forward their proposed base budgets to the Director of Finance for analysis. Cost benefit business cases to support incremental budgets are submitted to the Executive Director for review. The base budgets and requests for incremental funding are then compiled and further analyzed to ensure the preliminary budget meets the District’s needs, priorities, goals and objectives without exceeding forecasted resources. Any unresolved issues are presented to the Executive Director for a final decision. The recommended budget reductions and adjustments are then incorporated. Per Charter a preliminary budget is delivered to the Board of Trustees (“The Board”) for review by March 15th. A series of budget presentations are given to The Board’s Finance Committee to allow for more in-depth review by the Trustees. 20 BUDGET PROCESS FY16-continued The Board’s recommended budget adjustments are then incorporated into a final budget document. A proposed financial plan and an Executive Summary of the budget are communicated to the general public in the form of a public hearing. The public hearing is advertised in the newspapers at least three weeks before the scheduled hearing in order to allow sufficient time for the public to review and ask questions. The Board is then required to adopt the budget, tax and rate ordinances (if applicable) consistent with the District’s Charter and state law. The District’s fiscal year begins on July 1st. Departments are accountable for budgetary control throughout the fiscal year. Expenditure patterns are examined and compared to budget plans with variances reported. Responses to significant variances are required quarterly from each Department and reviewed by the Director of Finance. Budget status is reviewed with senior staff monthly, and is reported quarterly to The Board at its monthly Finance Committee meeting. The Director of Finance reviews the District’s monthly financial statements and budget variance report ensuring the District’s actual revenue is sufficient to support budgeted expenditures. Forecasted expenses are also compared to budget. The District’s operating budget is adopted at the Department level as detailed in the District’s Budget Ordinance. Any transfers between Funds require Board approval. Budget transfers are made on an as-needed basis. Expenditures for the Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (“CIRP”) are presented on an appropriated basis as opposed to a cash flow basis. The District’s accounting procedures require an adequate budget to pay for planned Ordinances in the period in which an Ordinance is appropriated. All outstanding CIRP encumbrances remain open until a project is completed. A budget is developed for both revenues and expenses: 1. Revenue expectations are developed from trend analysis, incorporating upcoming rate increases and significant economic and policy factors.  FY16 Total Revenue: (shown in million $) Wastewater User Charges: $311.1 Stormwater User Charges: 1.4 Revenue Bonds: 200.0 Taxes: 24.6 Investment and Other Income: 22.3 Use of Fund Balances: 23.4 TOTAL DISTRICT REVENUE: $582.8 2. Operating Expenses are developed using a zero based budgeting method with written justification for all expenditures. The CIRP is developed by the District’s Engineering Department based on the revenues forecasted for the coming year. Projects prioritized for the coming year are outlined in a supplemental report in conjunction with the Operating Budget. Debt service for the District’s existing and forecasted use of bonds is developed by the District’s Secretary-Treasurer’s Department and incorporated into the Operating Budget.  FY16 Total Expense: (shown in million $) Operating Budget: $209.8 CIRP: 299.5 Debt Service: 73.5 TOTAL DISTRICT EXPENSES: $582.8 21 7/1/152/24/154/8/1511/14/1412/19/141/30/15MSD Calendar for Fiscal Year 2016 Budget DevelopmentPresentation of Proposed Budget and CIRP to Finance CommitteeIntroduce Budget and Tax OrdinanceAdopt Budget and Tax OrdinanceBegin Fiscal Year 2016Hold Public Hearing on Expense Budget, CIRP and TaxesPublish Notice of Public Hearing on Budget, CIRP, Taxes and User ChargesDepartmental Budget  Requests Submitted to Budget OfficeExecutive Director’s Review of Draft Consolidated BudgetDistribute FY16 Budget Packets and Provide TrainingBudget Analysis by Director of Finance and Budget Office Completed6/16/153/12/154/22/155/14/155/14/15Submit preliminary Budget, Budget Message and Appropriation Ordinance to the Board of Trustees22 $s in millionsTaxes $24.6 4%User Charges$312.5 54%Capital Improvement &Replacement Program$299.5 51%Operating $209.8 36%Sources and Uses of FundingDebt Service$73.5 13%TOTAL FY16 BUDGET $582.8Revenue Bonds$200.0 34%Use of Fund Balance$23.4 4%Where does the money come from?Where does the money go?Investment and Other Income$22.3 4%23 FY16 SOURCES OF FUNDING USER CHARGES The District has two types of user charges, a wastewater user charge and a stormwater user charge. All user charge revenue is recorded in the associated Revenue Fund. A portion of the revenue is transferred to the General Fund to cover daily operating, maintenance and replacement costs; a portion is allocated to the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund to provide assistance to homeowners with damages resulting from blocked main and basement backups, another portion is transferred to the Workers’ Compensation Fund to cover claim and related expenses resulting from injuries to District employees while on the job, and a portion is allocated to the Debt Service Funds to retire outstanding bonds issued for capital improvements. The remainder of the revenue is transferred to the Capital Improvement and Replacement Funds for construction projects and emergencies. A chart detailing the flow of funds is also included in the following pages of the Budget Summary section. Wastewater: Residential customers with metered water service will pay a billing and collection charge, a system availability charge and a volume charge based on the most recent winter quarter water usage. Unmetered customers will pay the same charges with the exception of a volume charge. Unmetered volume is based on housing attributes such as the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures. Non-residential customers will pay the same charges plus an additional compliance charge. Some non-residential customers will pay extra strength surcharges for the treatment of wastewater containing suspended solids, biochemical oxygen demand or chemical oxygen demand exceeding normal wastewater strengths. User Charges in the Wastewater Revenue Fund for FY16 is estimated at $313.1 million. Stormwater: Residential and commercial customers will pay a flat per month stormwater service charge that appears on each customer’s bill. The estimated stormwater revenue for FY16 is $1.4 million. Other User Charges: Other User Charge revenue such as Late Fees, Lien Interest, Refunds and Account Adjustments are estimated to be ($1.9 million). This amount is net of a provision to recognize delinquent customer bills. TOTAL REVENUE: The District’s total FY16 User Charge revenue is estimated to be $312.5 million. 24 FY16 SOURCES OF FUNDING-continued The District also provides a low income assistance program. Those customers who are eligible will receive a low income credit equal to 50% of their sewer service charge bill. A composite schedule of the budgeted Wastewater and Stormwater user charge revenue by customer class can be found in the pages of the Revenue Funds Section. More detailed schedules can be found in the Revenue Funds section. REVENUE BONDS The District plans to receive approximately $200.0 million in bond and loan proceeds in FY16 to be used for capital improvement projects. These proceeds are expected to be derived from Senior Revenue bonds with a par value of $150.0 million providing approximately $170.0 million in proceeds including premiums and net of costs of issuance. The remaining $30.0 million in proceeds will be derived from participation in the State of Missouri SRF direct loan program. Prior to a November 2000 Charter change, the District was unable to issue revenue bonds as a source of funding its Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (“CIRP”). Almost all of the District’s capital expenditures were funded from annual cash flow, known as Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO) funding. Continuation of a PAYGO approach as the District’s sole funding option would have required significant rate increases to generate the necessary annual capital funding. PAYGO is the lowest cost funding source due to it’s avoidance of the financing and interest costs associated with long term debt. The primary negatives associated with PAYGO funding include: 1) the short-term impact on customer rates, and 2) the mismatch between the cost and benefit of the District’s capital infrastructure to the users. In the case of capital projects that have a long life expectancy, PAYGO funding causes today’s customers to pay for an asset that will be used by tomorrow’s customers for many years. Financing a portion of the capital program with bonds is an excellent way to distribute the cost of long-term assets to the future customers who will benefit from the use of the assets and lessen the impact of short-term rate increases. It is typically considered good public policy to allocate a portion of the cost of long-term assets to future users by the use of debt. At the same time, prudent fiscal policy would not allow 100% debt financing. The goal is to strike the correct balance between the distribution of the cost of long-term assets to the users that benefit from them and maintaining healthy financial ratios. AD VALOREM TAXES During FY16 all taxpayers within the District’s boundaries will be assessed a $0.02 (two cents) per $100 of assessed valuation tax levy to pay primarily for stormwater services required by State and Federal regulations. All taxpayers within the District’s original boundaries will also be assessed a $0.07 (seven cents) per $100 of assessed valuation tax levy to pay for the District’s stormwater operation and maintenance costs. This tax revenue of approximately $15.6 million is recorded in the General Fund of the District. 25 FY16 SOURCES OF FUNDING-continued Property tax rates will also be assessed for twelve (12) taxing subdistricts within the District’s boundaries. All subdistrict taxes collected within these boundaries are held in the Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement (OMCI) fund balances and must be used primarily for stormwater capital improvements and stormwater operating expenses within the specific subdistrict boundaries in which the taxes of an estimated $8.9 million are collected. INVESTMENT INCOME & OTHER FEES Investment Income and Other Fees will fund $22.3 million of the Budget. $17.1 million in Stormwater Interfund Revenue from OMCI funds will purchase services from the General Fund. Investment Income of approximately $1.1 million, based on an investment return of 0.4% is assumed on all beginning fund balances. $985 thousand is expected to be generated from connection fees that are based on a flat rate per connection to the sanitary system. These revenue estimates are based on previous experience, current economic conditions and anticipated new home construction. Rental income is expected to generate $46 thousand. Permit, Plan Review and other engineering fees are projected to be $1.8 million. Miscellaneous Income of approximately $1.1 million is expected, comprised of $930 thousand in refunds of court costs and attorney fees and $155 thousand from multiple other sources including sale of scrap, forfeited deposits and reimbursement of District costs. GRANT INCOME No grant income is anticipated during the 2016 fiscal year. In the past, large Federal grants were available to help defray the cost of major clean water projects. Currently, however, the Federal government has decided to leave the funding of these projects to the local users of the system. The District will continue to aggressively pursue all possible grant opportunities. FUND BALANCES These sources of funding will result in a fund balance decrease of $23.4 million during FY16. 26 Sources of Funding Fiscal Year 2016 ($s in millions) Operating Debt Service Capital Improvement & Replacement Program TOTAL Wastewater User Charges (1)$216.4 $73.5 $21.3 $311.1 Stormwater User Charges 0.0 0.0 1.4 1.4 Revenue Bonds 0.0 8.7 191.3 200.0 Taxes 15.6 0.0 8.9 24.6 Investment Income & Other (2)3.2 0.3 18.8 22.3 Anticipated Grants 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Fund Balances (25.5)(9.0)57.9 23.4 TOTAL $209.8 $73.5 $299.5 $582.8 (1) Includes sewer service charges from the Wastewater Revenue Fund net of the bad debt provision and late charges from the General Fund. (2) Includes interfund revenue for stormwater services in the Capital Improvement & Replacement Program column. 27 ResidentialNon-ResidentialWastewater User ChargesFY1624,178 6%398,722 94%ResidentialNon-ResidentialThis chart shows the distribution of revenue and accounts expected to be billed betweenresidential and non-residential accounts. The smaller class of accounts (non-residential)contributes a proportionately greater amount of the user charge revenues.Total Revenue $313,049,235Total Accounts 422,900RevenueAccounts$223,174,68571%$89,874,55029%28 FY16 MSD FLOW OF USER CHARGE FUNDS The use of separate funds for wastewater and stormwater revenue reflects MSD’s two separate and distinct self-supporting services: wastewater service and stormwater service. In order to recover the cost of providing these services in a fair and equitable manner, there are two distinct pricing methods. The wastewater service charge is based on the volume and strength of wastewater discharged into the sewer. The stormwater service charge is a flat rate for all accounts. Wastewater User Charges are recorded in the Wastewater Revenue Fund. Stormwater User Charges are recorded in the Stormwater Revenue Fund. The details of the Wastewater revenue and the Stormwater revenue can be found in the revenue section of this document. From each of these revenues funds, a portion of the funds is transferred to other function-specific funds. The Stormwater Revenue Fund is divided between the Stormwater Emergency Fund and the District-wide Stormwater Fund. From the Wastewater Revenue Fund, the largest amount is allocated to the General Fund for the operation and maintenance of existing facilities and transferred to the corresponding Replacement Fund for the replacement of existing facilities. Smaller amounts are transferred to the Wastewater Emergency Fund to cover the cost of emergency work that may occur during this fiscal year, the Water Backup Insurance & Reimbursement Fund to cover the cost of water backup insurance and reimbursement, the General Insurance Fund to cover the cost of all other insurance premiums and related costs, and the Debt Service Fund to cover the cost of principal and interest on revenue bonds. The overall budget for the General Fund, whose resources are only partially made up of the sewer service charge allocation from the revenue fund, can be found in the General Fund section. The proposed budget for the Sanitary Replacement Fund can be found in the Construction Funds section. The revenue derived from the applicable user charge is listed as an Interfund Transfer in the column labeled BUDGET FY16. The pages immediately following the table show the projects currently planned for that fund. The proposed budget for the District-wide Stormwater Fund can be found in the OMCI section. The revenue transferred from the Stormwater Revenue Fund is listed as an Interfund Transfer in the column labeled BUDGET FY16 The proposed budget for the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund can be found in the Debt Service Funds section. The revenue transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund is listed as an Interfund Transfer in the column labeled BUDGET FY16. The proposed budget for the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund, the General Insurance Fund, the Wastewater Emergency Fund and the Stormwater Emergency Fund can be found in the Special Funds section. The revenue transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund is listed as an Interfund Transfer in the columns labeled BUDGET FY16. Please refer to the following chart that graphically depicts the MSD flow of funds. 29 Wastewater Revenue Fund$313,049,235GENERAL FUND$208,967,916$21,000,000SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND$250,000WASTEWATER EMERGENCY FUND$3,650,000WATER BACK-UP INSUR. & REIMB. FUND$73,481,319DEBT SERVICE FUNDMSD Flow of User Charges FY16$1,145,276DISTRICTWIDE STORMWATER FUND$250,000STORMWATER EMERGENCY FUNDStormwater Revenue Fund$1,395,276$5,700,000GENERAL INSURANCE FUND30 FY16 MONTHLY USER CHARGE STRUCTUREWASTEWATER USER CHARGE RATES (Monthly)FY16FY15FY14FY13FY12Unmetered: Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge $18.25 $16.25 $14.85 $13.15 $11.85 Per Room2.09 1.83 1.63 1.48 1.38 Per Water Closet7.83 6.88 6.10 5.56 5.15 Per Bath6.53 5.73 5.08 4.64 4.30 Per Separate Shower6.53 5.73 5.08 4.64 4.30Metered--Residential and Non-Residential: Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge $18.25 $16.25 $14.85 $13.15 $11.85 Volume Charge - $/100 Cubic Ft. 3.21 2.82 2.50 2.28 2.11Metered--Non-Residential: Compliance Charge$31.95 Compliance Charge Tier 1$2.15 $9.00 $16.00 $23.00 Compliance Charge Tier 244.50 43.55 41.85 39.80 Compliance Charge Tier 394.80 92.75 89.15 84.75 Compliance Charge Tier 4139.00 136.00 130.70 124.25 Compliance Charge Tier 5183.15 179.25 172.25 163.75 Extra Strength Surcharge - $/Ton: Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l* $251.88 $244.03 $231.35 $231.35 $231.35 BOD over 300 mg/l632.38 620.14 620.14 620.14 620.14 COD over 600 mg/l316.19 310.07 310.07 310.07 310.07*mg/l: milligrams per literSTORMWATER USER CHARGE RATES (Monthly) Per Single Family or Commercial Account/Per Month:Source: Memphis Light, Gas and Water 2015 Utility Bill Comparisons Report $0.24 $0.24 $0.24 $0.24 $0.24 Per Unit of Multi-unit Residential Account/Per Month:$0.18 $0.18 $0.18 $0.18 $0.18Monthly Average for a Typical Single Family ResidenceBased on 10 CCF’sA cost of service model is used to project revenues and revenue requirements for four fiscal years, recognizing anticipated growth in number of customers and increased wastewater flows throughoutthe service area. The study of revenue requirements recognizes projected operation and maintenance expense, capital improvement requirements met from revenues, principal and interestpayments on current and proposed revenue bond issues, and recommended reserve fund requirements.Allocated costs of service are developed for each class of customer and type of service based on considerations of utility revenue needs and projected customer service requirements. User chargerate adjustments are designed for customers in accordance with allocated costs of service and local policy and practical considerations.Residential Wastewater User ChargeSt. Louis and Other Municipalities$69.35$58.83$57.08$51.73$50.35$43.44$42.90$34.01$32.89$16.96$0.00$15.00$30.00$45.00$60.00$75.00AustinNew YorkJacksonvilleDetroitSt. LouisLouisvilleColumbusSpringfield MOSan AntonioMemphis31 FY16FY15FY14FY13FY12WASTEWATER USER CHARGE RATES (Annual)Unmetered: Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge $219.00 $195.00 $178.20 $157.80 $142.20Percent of Per Room 25.08 21.96 19.56 17.76 16.56Total User Per Water Closet 93.96 82.56 73.20 66.72 61.80 CustomerUser ChargeCharges* Per Bath78.36 68.76 60.96 55.68 51.60 Per Separate Shower78.36 68.76 60.96 55.68 51.60InBev Anheuser-Busch $5,320,535 1.87%Metered--Residential and Non-Residential:Washington University $1,833,320 0.64% Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge$219.00 $195.00 $178.20 $157.80 $142.20City of St. Louis$1,639,923 0.58%Volume Charge - $ per 100 Cubic Feet3.21 2.82 2.50 2.28 2.11Mallinckrodt$1,140,542 0.40%Metered--Non-Residential: Compliance Charge$0.00 $383.40Boeing Co.$1,025,583 0.36% Compliance Charge Tier 1$25.80 $108.00 $192.00 Compliance Charge Tier 2534.00 522.60 502.20Sigma-Aldrich$1,018,054 0.36% Compliance Charge Tier 31,137.60 1,113.00 1,069.80 Compliance Charge Tier 41,668.00 1,632.00 1,568.40GKN Aerospace N America Inc. $874,2950.31% Compliance Charge Tier 52,197.80 2,151.00 2,067.00Jost Real Estate$874,2950.31% Extra Strength Surcharge-$/Ton: Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l*$3,022.56 $2,928.36 $2,776.20 $2,776.20 $2,776.20BJC$729,8190.26% BOD over 300 mg/l7,588.56 7,441.68 7,441.68 7,441.68 7,441.68 COD over 600 mg/l3,794.28 3,720.84 3,720.84 3,720.84 3,720.84Monsanto$708,8750.25%* ml/g: milligrams per liter$15,165,2415.33%STORMWATER SERVICE CHARGE (Annual)*Total User Charges FY15 $284,298,006 Per Single Family/Commercial Account$2.88$2.88$2.88$2.88$2.64 Per Unit of Multi-Unit Residential Account 2.16/unit 2.16/unit 2.16/unit 2.16/unit 1.98/unit Ten Largest Customers' User Charges For the Year Ended June 30, 2015MSD ANNUAL USER CHARGE STRUCTURE32 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Projected User Charge Revenue FY16 BUDGET COMPOSITE Projected Revenue Percent of Total WASTEWATER USER CHARGE Metered Single Family $138,546,577 Unmetered Single Family 34,586,647 Metered Multi-Family 31,308,645 Unmetered Multi-Family 19,398,324 Non-residential 82,963,860 Extra Strength Surcharges 6,910,690 Less: Customer Assistance Credits (665,508) Subtotal WASTEWATER USER CHARGE $313,049,235 99.6% STORMWATER USER CHARGE Unmetered Single Family $1,029,912 Unmetered Single Family 292,680 Unmetered Single Family 69,552 Unmetered Single Family 3,132 Subtotal STORMWATER USER CHARGE $1,395,276 0.4% USER CHARGE REVENUE $314,444,511 100.0% Bad Debt Provision ($4,865,004) Adjustments, Late Charges & Other 2,933,000 ($1,932,004) USER CHARGE REVENUE $312,512,507 33 Operating 36.8%Debt Service12.0%CIRP51.2%Total Expenditures FY16Operating $209.8 Debt Service 73.5Capital Improvement &Replacement Program (CIRP) 299.5TOTAL$582.8($s in millions)Note: Operations includes: General Fund, Water Backup Insurance & Reimbursement Fund and Stormwater Operation & Maintenance of OMCI funds. 34 Voter Authorized AmountDate of AuthorizationSeriesBond AmountBond DateRemaining Authorization$ 500,000,000 February-2004 2004A $ 175,000,0001May-2004$ 325,000,0002004B 161,280,000 2May-2004163,720,000 2005A6,800,000 2May-2005156,920,000 2006A42,715,000 2May-2006114,205,000 2006B14,205,000 2November-2006100,000,000 2006C60,000,000 3November-200640,000,000 2008A/B 40,000,000 2October-2008- 2012B 141,730,000 1November-2012n/a$ 275,000,000August-2008 2008A $ 30,000,0003November-2008$ 245,000,0002009A23,000,000 2October-2009222,000,000 2010A7,980,700 2January-2010214,019,300 2010B85,000,000 3January-2010129,019,300 2010C37,000,000 2December-201092,019,300 2011A39,769,300 2November-201152,250,000 2011B52,250,000 3December-2011- $ 945,000,000June-2012 2012A $ 225,000,0003August-2012$ 720,000,0002013A52,000,000 2October-2013668,000,000 2013B 150,000,000 3December-2013518,000,000 2015A75,000,000 4June-2015443,000,000 2015B30,000,000 4March-2016413,000,000 2015C 150,000,000 4November-2015263,000,000 Notes:1 Wastewater System Senior Revenue Bonds 2004A were refunded by 2012B. 2012B Does not count against any authorization.2 State Revolving Loans Program including both Subordinate Revenue Bonds and Direct Loans.3 Wastewater System Senior Revenue Bonds.4 Proposed Wastewater System Senior Revenue Bonds and State Revolving Loans Program debt.As previously stated in the Budget and Financial Policies section of this book, the District has a policy restriction for the amount of general obligation bonds it can issue. However, the District does not currently have general obligation bonds. The only restriction on capacity of revenue bonds is voter authorization for revenue bonds. Below is a summary of the voter approved bond authorizations and the bonds issued against those authorizations.Issued Revenue Bonds by Authorization↓Projected↓35 The District's Master Bond Ordinance provides Debt Service Coverage Ratio minimums for both Senior and Total Debt Service Expense. These amounts are 1.25x and 1.15x, respectively. The District targets Senior Debt Coverage ratios of 2.5x or higher. This coverage ratio target is one component of the District's plan to maintain at least a AA credit rating.Debt Service Coverage Ratio4.27x 3.46x 4.97x 3.37x 3.33x 1.93x 1.72x 2.32x 1.90x 2.57x 0.00x1.00x2.00x3.00x4.00x5.00x6.00x2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Senior Debt Service Coverage RatioRequired Senior Debt Service Coverage RatioTotal Debt Service Coverage RatioRequired Total Debt Service Coverage Ratio36 The table below summarizes the District's outstanding debt.BEGINNINGBONDS / LOANS / NOTESAMOUNT OF ISSUANCEISSUE DATEPAYMENT DATEINTEREST RATEOUTSTANDING BALANCE 07/01/15INTEREST PAYABLEPRINCIPAL PAYABLE TOTALSenior Revenue Bonds: Series 2006C60,000,000 11/2006 5/1/2036 4.125% - 5.00%60,000,0002,902,000$ -$ 2,902,000$ Series 2008A30,000,000 11/2008 5/1/2038 5.10% - 5.75%30,000,0001,632,435- 1,632,435 Series 2010B85,000,000 1/20105/1/2039 5.86%85,000,0003,360,876- 3,360,876 Series 2011B52,250,000 12/2011 5/1/2032 3.00% - 5.00%47,170,0002,035,5501,845,0003,880,550 Series 2012A225,000,000 8/2012 5/1/20423.00% - 5.00%225,000,000 10,554,2255,000,000 15,554,225 Series 2012B141,730,000 11/2012 5/1/2034 1.25% - 5.00%139,605,0006,713,7132,325,0009,038,713 Series 2013B150,000,000 12/2013 5/1/2043 2.00% - 5.00%150,000,0007,112,1751,000,000 8,112,175Subordinate Revenue Bonds: Series 2004B$161,280,000 5/2004 1/1/2027 2.00% - 5.25%97,520,0002,180,7087,870,000 10,050,708 Series 2005A6,800,000 5/2005 7/1/2025 3.00% - 5.00%4,440,00085,640315,000400,640 Series 2006A42,715,000 5/2006 7/1/2026 3.60% - 5.25%29,915,000474,3201,965,0002,439,320 Series 2006B14,205,000 11/2006 7/1/20274.00% - 5.00%10,260,000152,183695,000 847,183 Series 2008B40,000,000 10/2008 1/1/20292.01% - 4.41%29,320,000482,9481,845,000 2,327,948SRF Direct Loans: Series 2009$23,000,000 12/2009 1/1/2030 1.46%18,563,600267,2201,049,400 1,316,620 Series 2010A7,980,700 1/20107/1/2031 1.48%6,947,000101,495358,600 460,095 Series 2010C37,000,000 12/2010 1/1/2031 1.65%31,644,000515,4851,620,000 2,135,485 Series 2011A39,769,300 11/2011 1/1/2034 1.52%38,974,300586,2911,620,000 2,206,291 Series 2013A52,000,000 10/2013 7/1/2034 1.55%52,000,000797,9942,080,000 2,877,994Subtotal Bonds / Loans 1,343,730,000$ 1,056,358,900$ 39,955,258$ 29,588,000$ 69,543,258$ FY16 Projected New Debt: Senior Revenue Bond150,000,000$ 11/2015 SRF Direct Loan30,000,000 11/2015Total Bonds / Loans 1,523,730,000$ 1,056,358,900$ 39,955,258$ 29,588,000$ 69,543,258$ Notes: Energy Loan322,388 4/2004 2/1/2020 2.50% - 3.15%150,5653,56332,35935,922Subtotal Notes322,388$ 150,565$ 3,563$ 32,359$ 35,922$ TOTAL DEBT 1,524,052,388$ 1,056,509,465$ 39,958,821$ 29,620,359$ 69,579,180$ * - These amounts do not include fees or subsidies and therefore do not agree to budget amountsNot Known At This TimeOutstanding Revenue Bonds and Estimated Debt ServiceReview and analysis of the District's debt position is necessary to provide a capital financing plan for infrastructure improvements. District needs, available resources and impacts on user charge rates drive the District's debt issuance program. Long-term projected financing is linked with economic, demographic and financial resources expected to be available to repay the debt.At elections held on February 3, 2004, August 5, 2008, and June 5, 2012, voters within the District approved the total issuance by the District of $1,720,000,000 in sewer system revenue bonds to enable the District to comply with federal and state clean water requirements. The District may use the proceeds of such revenue bonds for the purpose of constructing, repairing, replacing and equipping new and existing District wastewater facilities.FY16 DEBT SERVICE *Not Known At This Time37 Personnel Services$103.6 M54%Supplies$17.6 M9%Utilities$17.1 M9%Contractual Services$50.3 M26%Capital Outlay$4.1 M2%District-Wide Operating Expense by Natural Account GroupFY16Total Expenses $192.7MNote:The Stormwater Operations and Maintenance expense of $17,087,916 is not included in Total Expenses,because it is an expense between business lines offset by a revenue in the same amount.38 Budgeted INCREASE/DEPARTMENTFY13FY14FY15FY16(DECREASE)EXPLANATIONSecretary - Treasurer77770 Position count remains the same as previous year Executive Director44561 Added 1 position to Public Affairs for long-term public outreachGeneral Counsel77781 Added 1 position to Litigation for legal counsel supportHuman Resources28 28 32320 Position count remains the same as previous yearFinance62 68 6867(1) Removed 1 positionInformation Systems43 45 4342(1) Removed 1 positionEngineering229 229 2352350 Position count remains the same as previous yearOperations5835885956038Added 5 positions to Pump Station, 2 to Support & 1 to TPTotal Available Positions 9639769921,0008Total positions added (eliminated)ALLOCATED POSITIONS Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal Year 201690092595097510001025FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16Allocated Positions History0100200300400500FY16 Allocated Positions by Category39  $‐ $100,000 $200,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $600,000 $700,000Fund BalanceStormwater Interfund RevenueInterest, Fees, Misc.Grant IncomeTaxesRevenue BondsStormwater User ChargesWastewater User ChargesCONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCERevenue Trends($s in thousands)This analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 and projected for FY17 and FY18.  A Rate Commission Report, approved by the Board of Trustees, established a four year Wastewater User Charge rate with annual increases from FY13 through FY16.  The Wastewater Rate ordinance can be found on pages 337‐358 of this book, and it includes an appendix with rates for all four of these years.  Revenue growth from rate increases has been mitigated by a declining trend in billed volumes resulting in an average wastewater evenue growth rate of approximately 6% from FY13 to FY16.  Rates for FY17, were not set by the rate commission, so they are assumed to remain at FY16 levels in this book.  A system of flat charges and property taxing districts generate revenue to pay for stormwater service, and these revenues remain relatively flat from year to year. In June 2012, the voters approved the authorization of $945 million in bonds.  Through FY15, the District has issued $427 million in bonds against this authorization.  Planned issuances in FY16 and FY17 will fund  a portion of the scheduled projects as part of the multi‐decade Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). Interest, fees, and miscellaneous includes interest on investments, connection and other fees.  The stormwater inter‐fund revenue category was established in FY11 to report General Fund revenues received as a result of that fund providing stormwater operations and maintenance services to the OMCI funds. Fund balance is considered a revenue source for budget purposes in those years where the fund balance declines.   In FY15 through FY17, fund balances are being used to pay for District expenses.  40 ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.182,159,456$ 322,541,400$ 398,411,484$ 415,229,924$ 307,288,245$ 283,809,397$ 226,408,315$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds 225,000,000$ 201,975,696$ 166,905,402$ 75,000,000$ 200,025,000$ 217,652,000$ 93,101,000$ SW Interfund Revenue13,410,992 13,881,178 16,192,860 15,794,162 17,087,916 17,429,724 17,778,288 Wastewater User Charges234,641,793 255,972,831 277,979,262 278,173,476 311,117,231 307,143,653 305,996,976 Stormwater User Charges1,338,273 1,370,514 1,194,996 1,366,506 1,395,276 1,332,680 1,332,680 Taxes26,016,138 27,450,318 24,032,843 23,578,557 24,563,051 24,280,800 24,280,800 Interest on Investments1,775,271 3,355,122 1,938,648 1,948,799 1,123,128 1,178,868 993,708 Grant Income- 955,600 - - - - - Connection and Other Fees2,283,072 6,516,002 4,113,000 5,487,053 2,825,000 2,825,000 2,825,000 Proceeds from Sale of Property269,073 345,039 100,000 193,615 100,000 100,000 100,000 Rental Income293,034 302,425 152,500 64,687 45,500 45,500 45,500 Miscellaneous3,225,615 1,873,499 2,326,000 1,443,622 1,085,005 1,085,005 1,085,060 Total Revenues508,253,261$ 513,998,223$ 494,935,511$ 403,050,476$ 559,367,107$ 573,073,230$ 447,539,012$ Expenditures: Personnel Services91,939,437$ 93,634,080$ 99,346,704$ 97,000,524$ 103,649,236$ 106,024,268$ 108,588,562$ Supplies11,811,716 14,276,744 18,101,305 18,350,404 17,562,035 17,780,626 18,106,104 Utilities14,533,558 14,986,387 16,191,992 16,530,696 17,104,020 17,995,550 18,938,964 Contractual Services33,829,938 42,885,579 50,434,261 48,529,086 50,325,700 49,140,339 49,960,448 Capital Outlay4,683,798 3,722,362 3,771,640 4,557,505 4,056,300 4,133,370 4,211,904 Stormwater O&M Expense13,410,992 13,881,178 16,192,860 15,794,154 17,087,916 17,429,724 17,778,288 Construction and Engineering177,560,594 201,456,050 284,168,000 246,845,510 299,543,500 312,308,795 116,567,180 Principal Payments21,857,996 10,071,556 20,283,765 18,158,863 30,375,048 37,941,880 42,582,810 Interest Payments29,586,439 32,805,435 44,301,433 43,364,902 40,625,497 64,950,896 61,801,676 Other(31,343,149) (6,409,673) 2,165,764 1,860,511 2,516,704 2,768,865 2,876,322 Total Expenditures367,871,320$ 421,309,699$ 554,957,725$ 510,992,155$ 582,845,955$ 630,474,312$ 441,412,257$ Net Operating Income (Loss)140,381,941$ 92,688,524$ (60,022,214)$ (107,941,680)$ (23,478,848)$ (57,401,082)$ 6,126,755$ O & M Allocation from Other Funds148,889,818 146,990,244 178,772,470 178,772,470 208,967,916 183,589,000 186,665,000O & M Allocation to General Fund(148,889,818) (146,990,244) (178,772,470) (178,772,470) (208,967,916) (183,589,000) (186,665,000)Interfund Transfers-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.140,381,941$ 92,688,524$ (60,022,214)$ (107,941,680)$ (23,478,848)$ (57,401,082)$ 6,126,755$ Percentage of Change 77%29%-15%-26%-8%-20%3%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.322,541,397$ 415,229,924$ 338,389,270$ 307,288,244$ 283,809,397$ 226,408,315$ 232,535,070$ METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN TOTAL FUND BALANCE CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 41 OPER. MAINT. &DEBTGENERAL REVENUE CONST. IMPR CONSTRUCTION SERVICE SPECIAL WBUFY2016FUNDFUNDS FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS FUNDSFUNDTOTALFUND BALANCE B.O.P.26,981,822$ -$ 73,388,359$ 113,844,645$ 75,386,637$ 11,689,843$ 5,996,939$ 307,288,245$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ -$ -$ 191,297,000$ 8,728,000$ -$ -$ 200,025,000 SW Interfund Revenue17,087,916 - - - - - - 17,087,916 Wastewater User Charges(1,932,004) 313,049,235 - - - - - 311,117,231 Stormwater User Charges- 1,395,276 - - - - - 1,395,276 Taxes15,633,407 - 8,929,644 - - - - 24,563,051 Interest on Investments140,736 - 299,004 355,380 251,952 52,068 23,988 1,123,128 Connection and Other Fees1,840,000 - - - - 985,000 - 2,825,000 Proceeds from Sale of Property100,000 - - - - - - 100,000 Rental Income45,500 - - - - - - 45,500 Miscellaneous1,085,000 - 5 - - - - 1,085,005 Total Revenues34,000,555$ 314,444,511$ 9,228,653$ 191,652,380$ 8,979,952$ 1,037,068$ 23,988$ 559,367,107$ Expenditures: Personnel Services102,984,236$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 665,000$ -$ 103,649,236$ Supplies17,562,035 - - - - - - 17,562,035 Utilities17,104,020 - - - - - - 17,104,020 Contractual Services41,791,705 - - - - 4,933,747 3,600,248 50,325,700 Capital Outlay4,056,300 - - - - - - 4,056,300 Stormwater O&M Expense- - 17,087,916 - - - - 17,087,916 Construction and Engineering19,057,000 - 19,143,500 260,093,000 - 1,250,000 - 299,543,500 Principal Payments32,360 - - - 30,342,688 - - 30,375,048 Interest Payments3,570 - - - 40,621,927 - - 40,625,497 Other- - - - 2,516,704 - - 2,516,704 Total Expenditures202,591,225$ -$ 36,231,416$ 260,093,000$ 73,481,319$ 6,848,747$ 3,600,248$ 582,845,955$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(168,590,670)$ 314,444,511$ (27,002,763)$ (68,440,620)$ (64,501,367)$ (5,811,679)$ (3,576,260)$ (23,478,848)$ O & M Allocation from Other Funds208,967,916 - - - - - - 208,967,916 O & M Allocation to General Fund- (208,967,916) - - - - - (208,967,916) Interfund Transfers(15,633,406)$ (105,476,595)$ 16,778,682$ 21,000,000$ 73,481,319$ 6,200,000$ 3,650,000$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.24,743,840$ -$ (10,224,081)$ (47,440,620)$ 8,979,952$ 388,321$ 73,740$ (23,478,848)$ Percentage of Change 92%0%-14%-42%12%3%1%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.51,725,662$ -$ 63,164,278$ 66,404,025$ 84,366,589$ 12,078,164$ 6,070,679$ 283,809,397$ METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN INDIVIDUAL FUND BALANCES CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCEFOR FY2016 BUDGET 42 OMCI Sanitary TotalOMCI Stormwater Total TotalGeneral Debt Special (Wastewater) ConstructionWastewater(Stormwater) Districtwide Maintenance Stormwater Stormwater StormwaterDistrict Fund Funds Funds Funds FundsBudgetFunds Stormwater & Operations Emergency Replacement Budget BudgetBeginning Fund Balance 26,982 75,387$ 16,043$ 2,340$ 113,525$ 234,277$ 40,545$ 8,044$ 22,459$ 1,644$ 320$ 73,012$ 307,289$ Revenues:WW User Charges(1,932)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ (1,932)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ (1,932)$ SW User Charges- - - - - - - - - - - - - Taxes15,633 - - - - 15,633 8,930 - - - - 8,930 24,563 Interfund Revenue17,088 - - - - 17,088 - - - - - - 17,088 Bonds- 8,728 - - 191,297 200,025 - - - - - - 200,025 Other3,211 252 1,054 9 354 4,880 168 32 90 7 1 298 5,178 Total Revenues 34,000$ 8,980$ 1,054$ 9$ 191,651$ 235,694$ 9,098$ 32$ 90$ 7$ 1$ 9,228$ 244,922$ Expenses:Personnel Services102,984$ -$ 665$ -$ -$ 103,649$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 103,649$ Supplies17,562 - - - - 17,562 - - - - - - 17,562 Utilities17,104 - - - - 17,104 - - - - - - 17,104 Contractual Services41,792 - 8,534 - - 50,326 - - - - - - 50,326 Capital4,056 - - - - 4,056 - - - - - - 4,056 SW Expense- - - - - - 3,588.00 7,205 6,295 - - 17,088 17,088 Construction19,057 - 1,000 2,000 260,093 282,150 17,144 - - 250 - 17,394 299,544 Principal & Interest36 70,964 - - - 71,000 - - - - - - 71,000 Other- 2,517 - - - 2,517 - - - - - - 2,517 Total Expenses 202,591$ 73,481$ 10,199$ 2,000$ 260,093$ 548,364$ 20,732$ 7,205$ 6,295$ 250$ -$ 34,482$ 582,846$ Interfund Transfer193,335 73,481 9,600 - 21,000 297,416 1 6,298 10,480 250 - 17,029 314,445 Fund Increase/(Decrease)24,744$ 8,980$ 455$ (1,991)$ (47,442)$ (15,254)$ (11,633)$ (875)$ 4,275$ 7$ 1$ (8,225)$ (23,479)$ Ending Fund Balance51,726$ 84,367$ 16,498$ 349$ 66,083$ 219,023$ 28,912$ 7,169$ 26,734$ 1,651$ 321$ 64,787$ 283,810$ Note: The arrows represent the use of interfund transactions between the Wastewater Budget and the Stormwater Budget for the Stormwater Program.METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT SEGMENTATION RECONCILIATION FOR FY16 BUDGET($s in thousands)Wastewater Budget Stormwater Budget43 OMCI Sanitary TotalOMCI Stormwater Total TotalGeneral Debt Special (Wastewater) ConstructionWastewater(Stormwater) Districtwide Maintenance Stormwater Stormwater StormwaterDistrict Fund Funds Funds Funds FundsBudgetFunds Stormwater & Operations Emergency Replacement Budget BudgetBeginning Fund Balance 51,726 84,367 16,498 349 66,083 219,023$ 28,912 7,169 26,734 1,651 321 64,787$ 283,810$ Revenues:WW User Charges(1,843)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ (1,843)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ (1,843)$ SW User Charges- - - - - - - - - - - - - Taxes15,424 - - - - 15,424 8,857 - - - - 8,857 24,281 Interfund Revenue17,430 - - - - 17,430 - - - - - - 17,430 Bonds- 11,495 - - 206,157 217,652 - - - - - - 217,652 Other3,317 287 1,054 1 246 4,905 121 54 147 7 1 330 5,235 Total Revenues 34,328$ 11,782$ 1,054$ 1$ 206,403$ 253,568$ 8,978$ 54$ 147$ 7$ 1$ 9,187$ 262,755$ Expenses:Personnel Services105,359$ -$ 665$ -$ -$ 106,024$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 106,024$ Supplies17,781 - - - - 17,781 - - - - - - 17,781 Utilities17,996 - - - - 17,996 - - - - - - 17,996 Contractual Services40,606 - 8,534 - - 49,140 - - - - - - 49,140 Capital4,133 - - - - 4,133 - - - - - - 4,133 SW Expense- - - - - - 3,017 7,349 7,063 - - 17,430 17,430 Construction14,715 - - - 282,486 297,201 10,483 - 4,625 - - 15,108 312,309 Principal & Interest36 102,857 - - - 102,893 - - - - - - 102,893 Other- 2,769 - - - 2,769 - - - - - - 2,769 Total Expenses 200,626$ 105,626$ 9,199$ -$ 282,486$ 597,937$ 13,500$ 7,349$ 11,688$ -$ -$ 32,537$ 630,475$ Interfund Transfer168,166 105,648 9,750 - 10,000 293,564 0 6,175 10,331 250 - 16,756 310,320 Fund Increase/(Decrease)1,868$ 11,804$ 1,605$ 1$ (66,083)$ (50,805)$ (4,522)$ (1,121)$ (1,210)$ 257$ 1$ (6,594)$ (57,400)$ Ending Fund Balance53,594$ 96,171$ 18,103$ 350$ -$ 168,218$ 24,390$ 6,048$ 25,524$ 1,908$ 322$ 58,193$ 226,410$ Note: The arrows represent the use of interfund transactions between the Wastewater Budget and the Stormwater Budget for the Stormwater Program.METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT SEGMENTATION RECONCILIATION FOR FY17 BUDGET($s in thousands)Wastewater Budget Stormwater Budget44 OMCI Sanitary TotalOMCI Stormwater Total TotalGeneral Debt Special (Wastewater) ConstructionWastewater(Stormwater) Districtwide Maintenance Stormwater Stormwater StormwaterDistrict Fund Funds Funds Funds FundsBudgetFunds Stormwater & Operations Emergency Replacement Budget BudgetBeginning Fund Balance 53,594 96,171 18,103 350 - 168,218$ 24,390 6,048 25,524 1,908 322 58,192$ 226,410$ Revenues:WW User Charges(1,793)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ (1,793)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ (1,793)$ SW User Charges- - - - - - - - - - - - - Taxes15,424 - - - - 15,424 8,857 - - - - 8,857 24,281 Interfund Revenue17,778 - - - - 17,778 - - - - - - 17,778 Bonds- 4,155 - - 88,945 93,100 - - - - - - 93,100 Other3,276 333 1,097 1 - 4,707 92 49 193 8 1 343 5,050 Total Revenues 34,685$ 4,488$ 1,097$ 1$ 88,945$ 129,216$ 8,949$ 49$ 193$ 8$ 1$ 9,200$ 138,416$ Expenses:Personnel Services107,924$ -$ 665$ -$ -$ 108,589$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 108,589$ Supplies18,106 - - - - 18,106 - - - - - - 18,106 Utilities18,939 - - - - 18,939 - - - - - - 18,939 Contractual Services41,426 - 8,534 - - 49,960 - - - - - - 49,960 Capital4,212 - - - - 4,212 - - - - - - 4,212 SW Expense- - - - - - 2,651.00 7,496 7,631 - - 17,778 17,778 Construction14,195 - - - 92,945 107,140 8,102 - 1,325 - - 9,427 116,567 Principal & Interest36 104,349 - - - 104,385 - - - - - - 104,385 Other- 2,876 - - - 2,876 - - - - - - 2,876 Total Expenses 204,838$ 107,225$ 9,199$ -$ 92,945$ 414,207$ 10,753$ 7,496$ 8,956$ -$ -$ 27,205$ 441,412$ Interfund Transfer171,241 107,225 9,900 - 4,000 292,366 0 6,175 10,331 250 - 16,756 309,122 Fund Increase/(Decrease)1,088$ 4,488$ 1,798$ 1$ -$ 7,375$ (1,804)$ (1,272)$ 1,568$ 258$ 1$ (1,249)$ 6,126$ Ending Fund Balance54,682$ 100,659$ 19,901$ 351$ -$ 175,593$ 22,586$ 4,776$ 27,092$ 2,166$ 323$ 56,943$ 232,536$ Note: The arrows represent the use of interfund transactions between the Wastewater Budget and the Stormwater Budget for the Stormwater Program.METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT SEGMENTATION RECONCILIATION FOR FY18 BUDGET($s in thousands)Wastewater Budget Stormwater Budget45 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTInterfund Transfer Activity by FundFor FY16($s in thousands)Fund1101 - General2804 - Wastewater P&I 2004A2808 - Wastewater P&I 2006C2810 - Wastewater P&I 2008A2812 - Wastewater P&I 2010B2816 - Wastewater P&I 2011B2817 - Wastewater P&I 2012A2818 - Wastewater P&I 2013B2819 - Wastewater P&I 2013B2820 - Wastewater P&I 2013BProposed P&I Bond 13306 - Wastewater Revenue3307 - Stormwater Revenue4104 - Water Backup4105 - Workers' Compensation4122 - Wastewater Emergency4123 - Stormwater Emergency5110 - District Wide Stormwater5130 - Stormwater O&M6660 - Sanitary ReplacementNet Transfer In / (Out)1101 - General- - - - - - - - - - 208,968 - - - - - (5,153) (10,480) - 193,335 2804 - Wastewater P&I 2004A- - - - - - - - - - 23,931 - - - - - - - - 23,931 2808 - Wastewater P&I 2006C- - - - - - - - - - 2,902 - - - - - - - - 2,902 2810 - Wastewater P&I 2008A- - - - - - - - - - 1,632 - - - - - - - - 1,632 2812 - Wastewater P&I 2010B- - - - - - - - - - 3,361 - - - - - - - - 3,361 2816 - Wastewater P&I 2011B- - - - - - - - - - 3,881 - - - - - - - - 3,881 2817 - Wastewater P&I 2012A- - - - - - - - - - 15,554 - - - - - - - - 15,554 2818 - Wastewater P&I 2012B- - - - - - - - - - 9,039 - - - - - - - - 9,039 2819 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013B- - - - - - - - - - 8,112 - - - - - - - - 8,112 2820 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013A-1- - - - - - - - - - 3,398 - - - - - - - - 3,398 Proposed P&I Bond 1- - - - - - - 1,671 - - - - - - - - 1,671 3306 - Wastewater Revenue(208,968) (23,931) (2,902) (1,632) (3,361) (3,881) (15,554) (9,039) (8,112) (3,398) (1,671) - (3,650) (5,700) (250) - - - (21,000) (313,049) 3307 - Stormwater Revenue- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (250) (1,145) - - (1,395) 4104 - Water Backup- - - - - - - - - - - 3,650 - - - - - - - 3,650 4105 - General Insurance- - - - - - - - - - - 5,700 - - - - - - - 5,700 4122 - Wastewater Emergency- - - - - - - - - - - 250 - - - - - - - 250 4123 - Stormwater Emergency- - - - - - - - - - - - 250 - - - - - - 250 5110 - District Wide Stormwater5,153 - - - - - - - - - - - 1,145 - - - - - - 6,298 5130 - Stormwater O&M10,480 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10,480 6660 - Sanitary Replacement- - - - - - - - - - - 21,000 - - - - - - - 21,000 Net Transfer (In) or Out (193,335) (23,931) (2,902) (1,632) (3,361) (3,881) (15,554) (9,039) (8,112) (3,398) (1,671) 313,049 1,395 (3,650) (5,700) (250) (250) (6,298) (10,480) (21,000) - This table should be read  with a focus on the rows.  Positive numbers represent a transfer into the fund listed in the row and out of the fund listed in the column.  This page provides detail of fund transfers allowing the user of this book to better understand which fund is the source and which fund is the recipient of a fund transfer.  This information is presented in a summary fashion in multiple places 46 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Interfund Transfer Activity by FundFor FY17($s in thousands)Fund1101 - General2804 - Wastewater P&I 2004A2808 - Wastewater P&I 2006C2810 - Wastewater P&I 2008A2812 - Wastewater P&I 2010B2816 - Wastewater P&I 2011B2817 - Wastewater P&I 2012A2818 - Wastewater P&I 2012A2819 - Wastewater P&I 2013B2820 - Wastewater P&I 2013BProposed P&I Bond 13306 - Wastewater Revenue3307 - Stormwater Revenue4104 - Water Backup4105 - Workers' Compensation4122 - Wastewater Emergency4123 - Stormwater Emergency5110 - District Wide Stormwater5130 - Stormwater O&M6660 - Sanitary ReplacementNet Transfer In / (Out)1101 - General- - - - - - - - - - 183,589 - - - - - (5,092) (10,331) - 168,165 2804 - Wastewater P&I 2004A- - - - - - - - - - 24,291 - - - - - - - - 24,291 2808 - Wastewater P&I 2006C- - - - - - - - - - 2,902 - - - - - - - - 2,902 2810 - Wastewater P&I 2008A- - - - - - - - - - 1,632 - - - - - - - - 1,632 2812 - Wastewater P&I 2010B- - - - - - - - - - 3,361 - - - - - - - - 3,361 2816 - Wastewater P&I 2011B- - - - - - 3,880 - - - - - - - - 3,880 2817 - Wastewater P&I 2012A- - - - - - - - - - - 15,654 - - - - - - - - 15,654 2818 - Wastewater P&I 2012B- - - - - - - - - - - 9,191 - - - - - - - - 9,191 2819 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013B- - - - - - - - - - - 10,092 - - - - - - - - 10,092 2820 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013A-1- - - - - - - - - - - 3,397 - - - - - - - - 3,397 Proposed P&I Bond 1- - - - - - - - - - 31,246 - - - - - - - - 31,246 3306 - Wastewater Revenue(183,589) (24,291) (2,902) (1,632) (3,361) (3,880) (15,654) (9,191) (10,092) (3,397) (31,246) - - (3,650) (5,850) (250) - - - (10,000) (308,987) 3307 - Stormwater Revenue- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (250) (1,083) - - (1,333) 4104 - Water Backup- - - - - - - - - - - 3,650 - - - - - - - 3,650 4105 - General Insurance- - - - - - - - - - - 5,850 - - - - - - - 5,850 4122 - Wastewater Emergency- - - - - - - - - - - 250 - - - - - - - 250 4123 - Stormwater Emergency- - - - - - - - - - - - 250 - - - - - - 250 5110 - District Wide Stormwater5,092 - - - - - - - - - - - 1,083 - - - - - - 6,175 5130 - Stormwater O&M10,331 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10,331 6660 - Sanitary Replacement- - - - - - - - - - - 10,000 - - - - - - - 10,000 Net Transfer In or (Out) (168,165) (24,291) (2,902) (1,632) (3,361) (3,880) (15,654) (9,191) (10,092) (3,397) (31,246) 308,987 1,333 (3,650) (5,850) (250) (250) (6,175) (10,331) (10,000) - This table should be read  with a focus on the rows.  Positive numbers represent a transfer into the fund listed in the row and out of the fund listed in the column.  This page provides detail of fund transfers allowing the user of this book to better understand which fund is the source and which fund is the recipient of a fund transfer.  This information is presented in a summary fashion in multiple places 47 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Interfund Transfer Activity by FundFor FY18($s in thousands)Fund1101 - General2804 - Wastewater P&I 2004A2808 - Wastewater P&I 2006C2810 - Wastewater P&I 2008A2812 - Wastewater P&I 2010B2816 - Wastewater P&I 2011B2817 - Wastewater P&I 2012A2818 - Wastewater P&I 2012A2819 - Wastewater P&I 2013B2820 - Wastewater P&I 2013BProposed P&I Bond 13306 - Wastewater Revenue3307 - Stormwater Revenue4104 - Water Backup4105 - Workers' Compensation4122 - Wastewater Emergency4123 - Stormwater Emergency5110 - District Wide Stormwater5130 - Stormwater O&M6660 - Sanitary ReplacementNet Transfer In / (Out)1101 - General- - - - - - - - - - 186,665 - - - - - (5,092) (10,331) - 171,241 2804 - Wastewater P&I 2004A- - - - - - - - - - - 24,198 - - - - - - - - 24,198 2808 - Wastewater P&I 2006C- - - - - - - - - - 2,902 - - - - - - - - 2,902 2810 - Wastewater P&I 2008A- - - - - - - - - - 1,632 - - - - - - - - 1,632 2812 - Wastewater P&I 2010B- - - - - - - - - - 3,361 - - - - - - - - 3,361 2816 - Wastewater P&I 2011B- - - - - - - - - - 3,858 - - - - - - - - 3,858 2817 - Wastewater P&I 2012A- - - - - - - - - - - 15,389 - - - - - - - - 15,389 2818 - Wastewater P&I 2012B- - - - - - - - - - - 9,347 - - - - - - - - 9,347 2819 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013B- - - - - - - - - - - 9,980 - - - - - - - - 9,980 2820 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013A-1- - - - - - - - - - - 3,398 - - - - - - - - 3,398 Proposed P&I Bond 1- - - - - - - - - - 33,160 - - - - - - - - 33,160 3306 - Wastewater Revenue(186,665) (24,198) (2,902) (1,632) (3,361) (3,858) (15,389) (9,347) (9,980) (3,398) (33,160) - - (3,650) (6,000) (250) - - - (4,000) (307,790) 3307 - Stormwater Revenue- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (250) (1,083) - - (1,333) 4104 - Water Backup- - - - - - - - - - - 3,650 - - - - - - - 3,650 4105 - General Insurance- - - - - - - - - - - 6,000 - - - - - - - 6,000 4122 - Wastewater Emergency- - - - - - - - - - - 250 - - - - - - - 250 4123 - Stormwater Emergency- - - - - - - - - - - - 250 - - - - - - 250 5110 - District Wide Stormwater5,092 - - - - - - - - - - - 1,083 - - - - - - 6,175 5130 - Stormwater O&M10,331 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10,331 6660 - Sanitary Replacement- - - - - - - - - - - 4,000 - - - - - - - 4,000 Net Transfer In or (Out) (171,241) (24,198) (2,902) (1,632) (3,361) (3,858) (15,389) (9,347) (9,980) (3,398) (33,160) 307,790 1,333 (3,650) (6,000) (250) (250) (6,175) (10,331) (4,000) - This table should be read  with a focus on the rows.  Positive numbers represent a transfer into the fund listed in the row and out of the fund listed in the column.  This page provides detail of fund transfers allowing the user of this book to better understand which fund is the source and which fund is the recipient of a fund transfer.  This information is presented in a summary fashion in multiple places 48 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2016 LIST OF FUNDS* Fund No. Fund Name Fund No. Fund Name 1101 2205 2804 2808 2810 2812 2816 2817 2818 2819 2820 3306 3307 4102 4104 4105 4122 4123 General Fund Board of Trustees Rate Commission Secretary - Treasurer Civil Service Commission Executive Director General Counsel Human Resources Finance Information Systems Engineering Operations Debt Funds Mississippi River Prin. & Int. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2004A Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2006C Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2008A Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2010B Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2011B Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2012A Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2012B Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2013B Wastewater Revenue Bond Service 2013A Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Proposed Revenue Funds Wastewater Revenue Stormwater Revenue Special Funds Improvement Water Back-up Insurance & Reimbursement General Insurance Fund Wastewater Emergency Fund Stormwater Emergency Fund 5110 5130 5401 5563 5564 5565 5566 5567 5569 5571 5574 5576 5577 5579 5580 5583 5584 5585 5587 5588 5589 5590 5591 5592 5593 5594 6610 6620 6660 6700 Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Funds District Wide Stormwater Fund Stormwater Operations and Maintenance Fund Bond Place Special Taxing Subdistrict Clayton-Central Coldwater Creek Creve Coeur-Frontenac Deer Creek Black Jack (Dellwood) Fountain Creek Gravois Creek Loretta-Joplin Maline Creek Marlborough North Affton North Kinloch Sugar Creek University City Upper Paddock Creek Watkins Creek Wedgewood Creek Wellston MO River Bonfils Subd. #448 Lower Meramec River Basin Subd. #449 Shrewsbury Br. of RDP Subd. #453 Seminary Br. of RDP Subd. #454 Black Creek Subd. #455 Construction Funds Caulks Creek Const. Fund Williams Creek Const. Fund Sanitary Replacement Stormwater Replacement *The District uses modified accrual basis of budgeting for each fund. 49 FUND BASISGAAP BASISSTATEMENT OFSTATEMENT OFOPERATIONSADJUSTMENTSOPERATIONSAdjustment Explaination (1) Operating Revenues:Sewer service charges 317,377,511$ -$ 317,377,511$ Recovery of (provision for) doubtful sewer service charge (4,865,004) - (4,865,004) Licenses, permits, and other fees 2,825,000 - 2,825,000 Other 18,172,916 (17,087,916) 1,085,000 Stormwater interfund revenue Total operating revenues 333,510,423 (17,087,916) 316,422,507 Operating Expenses:Pumping and treatment 65,529,025 (811,600) 64,717,425 Capital outlayCollection system maintenance 56,859,043 (12,815,124) 44,043,919 Capital outlay and stormwater interfund transfersEngineering 26,994,798 (14,706,803) 12,287,995 Capital labor and stormwater interfund transfersGeneral and administrative 56,802,092 (2,966,041) 53,836,051 Capital labor overheadWater backup claims 3,600,248 0 3,600,248 Depreciation - 78,641,259 78,641,259 Depreciation ExpenseAsset Management41,834,000 405,529 42,239,529 Labor allocated from Engineering Total operating expenses 251,619,206 47,747,220 299,366,426 Operating Income 81,891,217 (64,835,136) 17,056,081 Non-operating Revenues:Property taxes levied by the District 24,563,051 - 24,563,051 Investment income 1,123,133 (291,758) 831,375 Capital interest revenueRent and other income 45,500 - 45,500 Total non-operating revenues 25,731,684 (291,758) 25,439,926 Non-operating Expenses:Net gain on disposal and sale of capital assets (100,000) 1,811,075 1,711,075 Asset disposals with remaining book valueNon-recurring projects and studies 9,732,500 1,940,889 11,673,389 Labor allocated from EngineeringInterest expense 43,142,201 (14,459,727) 28,682,474 Capital interest expense and loan amortizations Total non-operating expenses 52,774,701 (10,707,763) 42,066,938 Income before Capital Contributions 54,848,200 (54,419,132) 429,068 Capital Contributions:Utility plant contributed - 12,304,126 12,304,126 Contributed assetsGrant revenue - 262,372 262,372 Grant revenue Total capital contributions - 12,566,498 12,566,498 Change in Net Position 54,848,200$ (41,852,634)$ 12,995,566$ Balance Sheet Adjustments:Revenue Bonds200,025,000$ (200,025,000)$ -$ Recorded as an asset on the Balance SheetPrinciple Payments(30,375,048) 30,375,048 - Reduces the liability on the Balance SheetConstruction in Progress(247,977,000) 247,977,000 - Recorded as an asset on the Balance Sheet Net Operating Income (Loss)(23,478,848)$ 36,474,414$ 12,995,566$ (1) All capital and asset related items are recorded on the Balance Sheet for GAAP StatementsFY16 Fund Basis vs. GAAP Basis Statement of Operations ($s in thousands)50 CIRPThe Capital Improvement and Replacement Program identifies, prioritizes, establishesscope of work, and oversees completion of wastewater and stormwater related projects.Capital projects are funded via sewer service charges, revenue bonds and tax receipts.Non-capital related projects are funded through the General Fund.51 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY The identification and prioritization of projects to be included in the Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP) is a multi-step process, requiring continuous monitoring and updating to ensure that the highest priority problems within the District are addressed in a timely manner, given funding limitations. These stages include: project identification, conceptual solution, preliminary study, final design and construction. New projects are identified on an ongoing basis to ensure that the District is in compliance with the regulatory requirements of the United States Environmental Protection Agency and Missouri Department of Natural Resources, to address customer problems, remedy deficiencies and implement required collection system and wastewater treatment plant upgrades. Upon the initial identification of the regulatory issues, localized problems, or system deficiencies, a conceptual solution is developed, which includes a project scope, cost estimate and priority ranking relative to similar projects. The project may then be incorporated into the CIRP. At each step in the process the project scope is reevaluated to verify that it continues to meet regulatory requirements and customers’ needs. The project cost is updated based on available information, and the project’s priority is assessed to ensure that the highest priority projects are funded first. Project cost estimates used in the budget preparation process are usually based on the preliminary study stage of the process. Preliminary study cost estimates are intended to be within thirty percent of the design engineer’s final estimates. Before the year in which funding of the project is anticipated, a preliminary study is performed. In this study, scope is reevaluated in greater detail. A project may be rescheduled to a later fiscal year within the CIRP, should priority ranking be reduced due to increased project cost or modification of its scope. The final design of a project is performed by either the District’s Engineering Department staff or an engineering consultant service. For projects of significant scope and impact, coordination with property owners who will benefit or who will be affected by the construction of the project is achieved at “open-line” meetings hosted by the District. A project is advertised for public bidding a minimum of three weeks, followed by a formal bid opening. Bids are evaluated to determine the lowest responsive, responsible bidder. Wastewater projects are funded via revenue from the wastewater user charge paid by ratepayers. The user charge also supports the sale of revenue bonds to fund the wastewater program. The Sanitary Replacement Fund is used to pay for capital wastewater work, while the General Fund is used to pay for non-capital wastewater related work. The allocation of a given project’s costs between these two funds is an accounting function necessary to facilitate capitalization of District assets. Wastewater projects may also be funded by various Operation, Maintenance, Construction and Improvement (OMCI) Funds, Construction Funds, Special Funds, or the Improvement Fund. Stormwater projects may be funded via the General Fund, Construction Funds, Special Funds, the Improvement Fund, or from various OMCI Funds. CIRP for the FY16 budget year is summarized by project type on the following pages. For additional information on the stages of identification and prioritization of projects, please refer to the Program Summary section of the FY16 Budget Supplement. 52 Wastewater Construction$195.3 M65%Wastewater Engineering $69.3 M23%Continued Wastewater$24.7 M8%Continued Stormwater$1.7 M1%Stormwater Construction$5.6 M2%Other$3.0 M1%$10.2 M4%Capital Improvement and Replacement ProgramFY16Note: The Other category represents the Stormwater Engineering and Non-Wastewater/Stormwater Specific ProjectsTotal $299.5 M53 TYPE OF PROJECTNUMBER OF PROJECTSPROJECT COST CONSTRUCTIONStormwater Construction 26 $ 5,580,500 Stormwater Engineering 6 1,450,000 Wastewater Construction 99 195,334,000 Wastewater Engineering82 69,341,000 TOTAL:213$ 271,705,500 CONTINUEDStormwater Continued 5 $ 1,688,000 Wastewater Continued10 24,650,000 TOTAL:15$ 26,338,000 TOTAL CIRP:228$ 298,043,500 Non-Stormwater/Wastewater1 $ 1,500,000 GRAND TOTAL229$ 299,543,500 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY - FY16METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT54 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSBRINWOOD I/I REDUCTION1,900 1,471$ 950,000$ (380)$ 94 FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I - I/I REDUCTION2,600 2,013 1,240,000 (496) 115 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTION5,700 4,413 4,600,000 (1,840) 146 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION 800 619 1,160,000 (464) 150 UPPER COLDWATER SECTION D I/I REDUCTION3,200 2,477 1,420,000 (568) 179 CLAVERACH PARK I/I REDUCTION AND SEWER SEPARATION 650 503 1,980,000 (792) 100 DC-06 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III AND I/I REDUCTION 800 619 250,000 (100) 105 MEADOWRIDGE AND EASTWOOD STORM AND SANITARY RELIEF 1,385 1,072 - - 149 PROVIDENCE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-640)780 604 800,000 (320) 162 ALPINE DRIVE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVAL- - 790,000 (316) 84 ROSEMARY, PHILO, & KATHLEEN SEWER SEPARATION3,610 2,795 - - 166 MARIETTA DR STORM SEPARATION AND I/I REDUCTION (BP-292) 700 542 820,000 (328) 143 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - WEST500 387 975,000 (390) 171 MISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE II - - 2,000,000 (800) 152 HOLLY DRIVE SEWER SEPARATION2,200 1,703 1,490,000 (596) 129 RIDGEMOOR DRIVE I/I REDUCTION & STORM IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-574)1,000 774 2,000,000 (800) Continued from FY1582ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09)5,800 4,490 - - 83 BALLAS ROAD SUBTRUNK SOUTH I/I REDUCTION- - 550,000 (220) 86 BAUMGARTNER & BLACK FOREST SANITARY REPLACEMENT PHASE II3,700 2,865 - - 87 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT A- - 4,880,000 (1,952) 88 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT D- - 4,532,000 (1,813) 89 Budget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2016CIRP Impact on Operating Costs55 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactBudget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2016CIRP Impact on Operating CostsWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS-ContinuedBISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT E - - 4,550,000 (1,820) 90 BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF/CALUMET I/I REDUCTION (BP-317)- - 290,000 (116) 91 BISSELL POINT I/I REDUCTION (BP-619) (VALLEY DR)- - 610,000 (244) 92 BLACK CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION1,100 852 2,200,000 (880) 93 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52)18,000 13,936 - - 96 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAIN1,000 774 - - Continued from FY15CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE I14,200 10,994 - - 97 CHANDELLAY DR. SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENT1,180 914 - - 98 COLDWATER CREEK WATERSHED I/I REMOVAL - SHARON STUDY AREA (N LINDBERGH BLVD AND LINDSAY LN)- - 77,000 (31) 101 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I5,000 3,871 - - 104 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016)- - 3,360,000 (1,344) 107 DIXIE I/I REDUCTION1,500 1,161 2,000,000 (800) 108 DUCHESNE AND GOTT I/I REDUCTION1,220 945 770,000 (308) 109 FF-15 MCKELVEY/R.R. TO ADIE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III4,700 3,639 - - 112 FLORISSANT I/I REDUCTION1,000 774 700,000 (280) 113 FLORISSANT PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION- - 3,700,000 (1,480) 114 FOREST BROOK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-003 AND SKME-016) PUBLIC REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION- - 3,840,000 (1,536) 118 FOREST BROOK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-003 AND SKME-016) REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION- - 150,000 (60) 119 FORESTATE AND TEXAS SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-513)2,500 1,936 - - 120 FORESTWOOD LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-321)6,700 5,187 - - Continued from FY15GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (SKME-417)- - 50,000 (20) 125 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK)5,550 4,297 - - 127 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2016) CONTRACT A- - 5,000,000 (2,000) 130 56 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactBudget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2016CIRP Impact on Operating CostsWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS-ContinuedINFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2016) CONTRACT B - - 5,000,000 (2,000) 131 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) 17,000 13,161 - - 134 LACKLAND I/I REDUCTION600 465 1,600,000 (640) 135 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016)- - 4,000,000 (1,600) 136 LYNKIRK STUDY AREA I/I REDUCTION110 85 200,000 (80) 141 MARTIGNEY I/I REDUCTION- - 1,000,000 (400) 145 MISSOURI RIVER SERVICE AREA I/I REDUCTION - CREVE COEUR CREEK EAST - - 3,680,000 (1,472) 153 NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTS 8,900 6,890 - - Continued from FY15NEWCASTLE I/I REDUCTION- - 70,000 (28) 157 NORTH BADEN CREEK I/I REDUCTION (BP-532) (WINCHESTER DR) 380 294 1,600,000 (640) 158 PADDOCK CREEK I/I REDUCTION (PRIVATE)610 472 1,080,000 (432) 159 PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEF3,100 2,400 1,880,000 (752) 160 ROCK HILL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-618)- - 1,350,000 (540) Continued from FY15SELVIDGE AREA I/I REDUCTION590 457 - - 167 SHERWYN SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-651) AND I/I REDUCTION 1,675 1,297 1,200,000 (480) 168 SUB-TRUNK #2 LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF- - 230,000 (92) 169 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (BEL-NOR)- - 4,530,000 (1,812) 175 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS)- - 4,530,000 (1,812) 176 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01)- - 2,900,000 (1,160) 173 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-02 AND WC-03)- - 5,120,000 (2,048) 174 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION A7,300 5,652 - - Continued from FY15VINITA DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF650 503 - - 180 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IV- - 3,800,000 (1,520) 181 Total Wastewater Construction Projects139,890 108,303$ 101,504,000$ (40,602)$ 57 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactBudget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2016CIRP Impact on Operating CostsSTORMWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSCALVERT AVE. #3342 STORM SEWER99 77$ -$ -$ 215 DESMET INDUSTRIAL CT. LOT 8 BANK STABILIZATION84 65 - - 218 HERBERT AVE. 4200-4400 BLOCK STREAMBANK STABILIZATION 441 341 - - 223 ROANOKE AND LOEKES STORM SEWER787 609 - - 233 AUSTIN PLACE AND LOCKWOOD AVE. STORM SEWER2,510 1,943 - - 214 CONWAY & CHAPEL OAKS STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 7-5) 410 317 - - 216 FIRETHORN DRIVE #1901 STORM IMPROVEMENTS411 318 - - Continued from FY15FORCEE LANE STORM SEWER400 310 - - Continued from FY15GLEN ABBEY DR. STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 7-3) 755 585 - - 220 HERMITAGE HILLS BANK STABILIZATION (FRONTENAC 3-1)80 62 - - 224 LACLEDE STATION - CHAMBERLAIN STORM SEWER420 325 - - Continued from FY15MARYHILL DRIVE STORM SEWER225 174 - - 229 OAK VALLEY EAST STORM SEWER (FRONTENAC 1-2)700 542 - - 231 PARK LANE #9568 - #9572 STORM SEWER110 85 - - Continued from FY15WEST OAK DRIVE STORM IMPROVEMENTS180 139 - - 238 ANCHOR DR. AND DANA AVE. STORM SEWER460 356 - - 213 LAVINIA DR. #10709 STORM SEWER210 163 - - 225 MADISON #708 STORM SEWER2,210 1,711 - - 227 MANDA LANE #8901 STORM SEWER95 74 - - 228 MC ADOO CT #4325 STORM SEWER245 190 - - 230 RAINRIDGE CT. #4125 BANK STABILIZATION & BUYOUTS (GCMB-370)205 159 - - 232 Total Stormwater Construction Projects6,622 5,127$ -$ -$ 58 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactBudget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2016CIRP Impact on Operating CostsTOTAL 146,512 $ 113,430 $101,504,000 $ (40,602)NOTES:2. Projects that include rehabilitation or replacement will result in a savings in operating costs due to reduced need for preventive maintenance and possible basement back-ups. Inflow and Infiltration (I/I) projects results in less wastewater being processed at treatment facilities. Sewer separation and relief projects result in added sewer pipe so an added cost is expected in maintenance of those structures. 1. Only projects with an impact on operating costs are included here. For a full list of projects, please see the FY16 Budget Supplement from the MSD Engineering Department. 59 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS The projects described in this section are related to construction, rehabilitation or maintenance repair of sanitary or combined sewers, improvements to existing treatment plants, and the reduction of inflow and infiltration into the sewer system. These types of projects help alleviate basement backups, address regulatory issues, enable the removal of sanitary and combined sewer overflows, and rebuild part of our aging infrastructure system. Ninety nine (99) projects are to be funded at a total estimated cost of $195,334,000. The District’s revenue source for construction of the majority of these projects is obtained from the Sanitary Replacement Fund, which receives money from wastewater user charges and from the sale of revenue bonds. The remaining projects will be funded with revenues from various Operation, Maintenance, Construction, and Improvement (OMCI) Funds, Construction Funds, Special Funds, or the Improvement Fund. The property taxes collected within the boundaries of the OMCI Taxing Districts must be spent for improvements within their specific areas of collection. The Construction Fund and Improvement Fund also receive revenues from various connection fees. 60 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE1101 - GENERAL FUNDCSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREVarious $5,000,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT A Various 70,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT B Various 70,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT C Various 70,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT D Various 70,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2016) Various 1,500,000 $6,780,000 4102 - IMPROVEMENT FUNDSUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS (SEP) PROGRAM Various $500,000 $500,000 4122 - WASTEWATER EMERGENCY FUNDEMERGENCY REPAIR FUNDS (WASTEWATER)Various $500,000 $500,000 5564 - COLDWATER CREEK OMCI FUNDBRINWOOD I/I REDUCTIONFlorissant $300,000 FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I - I/I REDUCTIONVarious 600,000 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTIONVarious 1,400,000 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION Overland 350,000 UPPER COLDWATER SECTION D I/I REDUCTIONVarious 970,000 $3,620,000 5566 - DEER CREEK OMCI FUNDCLAVERACH PARK I/I REDUCTION AND SEWER SEPARATION Clayton $280,000 DC-06 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III AND I/I REDUCTION Various 125,000 DC-06 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III AND I/I REDUCTION Various 125,000 MEADOWRIDGE AND EASTWOOD STORM AND SANITARY RELIEF Kirkwood 830,000 PROVIDENCE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-640)Webster Groves 50,000 $1,410,000 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 5PROJECT LISTING FY16Subtotal: Number of Projects 6Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 561 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSPROJECT LISTING FY165571 - GRAVOIS CREEK OMCI FUNDALPINE DRIVE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALUnincorporated $110,000 ROSEMARY, PHILO, & KATHLEEN SEWER SEPARATIONWilbur Park 1,700,000 $1,810,000 5576 - MALINE CREEK OMCI FUNDMARIETTA DR STORM SEPARATION AND I/I REDUCTION (BP-292) Normandy $730,000 $730,000 5584 - UNIVERSITY CITY OMCI FUNDUNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - WESTVarious $60,000 $60,000 5590 - WELLSTON OMCI FUNDMISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE IIHazelwood$2,000,000 $2,000,000 5593 - SEMINARY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES OMCI FUNDHOLLY DRIVE SEWER SEPARATIONWebster Groves $370,000 $370,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUNDINFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2016) Various $5,500,000 BRINWOOD I/I REDUCTIONFlorissant 650,000 FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I - I/I REDUCTIONVarious 640,000 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTIONVarious 3,200,000 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION Overland 810,000 UPPER COLDWATER SECTION D I/I REDUCTIONVarious 450,000 CLAVERACH PARK I/I REDUCTION AND SEWER SEPARATION Clayton 1,700,000 MEADOWRIDGE AND EASTWOOD STORM AND SANITARY RELIEF Kirkwood 280,000 PROVIDENCE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-640)Webster Groves 750,000 ALPINE DRIVE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALUnincorporated 680,000 ROSEMARY, PHILO, & KATHLEEN SEWER SEPARATIONWilbur Park 1,090,000 MARIETTA DR STORM SEPARATION AND I/I REDUCTION (BP-292) Normandy 90,000 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - WESTVarious 915,000 HOLLY DRIVE SEWER SEPARATIONWebster Groves 1,120,000 Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 2Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 162 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSPROJECT LISTING FY166660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - Continued82ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09) University City $500,000 BALLAS ROAD SUBTRUNK SOUTH I/I REDUCTIONVarious 550,000 BAUMGARTNER & BLACK FOREST SANITARY REPLACEMENT PHASE II Unincorporated 2,100,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT A Various 4,880,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT D Various 4,532,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT E Various 4,550,000 BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF/CALUMET I/I REDUCTION (BP-317) Bellefontaine Neighbors 290,000 BISSELL POINT I/I REDUCTION (BP-619) (VALLEY DR)Various 610,000 BLACK CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 2,200,000 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) Maryland Heights 6,600,000 CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE IWildwood 4,000,000 CHANDELLAY DR. SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENTUnincorporated 570,000 COLDWATER CREEK WATERSHED I/I REMOVAL - SHARON STUDY AREA (N LINDBERGH BLVD AND LINDSAY LN) Florissant 77,000 COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D WET WEATHER STORAGE FACILITY TANK C Hazelwood 22,000,000 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I Brentwood 6,000,000 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016)Various 3,360,000 DIXIE I/I REDUCTIONVarious 2,000,000 DUCHESNE AND GOTT I/I REDUCTIONVarious 770,000 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR COMBINED / SANITARY PROJECTS (FY 2016) St. Louis City And County 3,000,000 FF-15 MCKELVEY/R.R. TO ADIE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III Maryland Heights 5,900,000 FLORISSANT I/I REDUCTIONVarious 700,000 FLORISSANT PUBLIC I/I REDUCTIONVarious 3,700,000 FLOW METERING MANHOLE IMPROVEMENTS (2016)Various 400,000 FOREST BROOK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-003 AND SKME-016) PUBLIC REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION Various 3,840,000 FOREST BROOK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-003 AND SKME-016) REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION Various 150,000 FORESTATE AND TEXAS SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-513) Grantwood Village 1,660,000 GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (SKME-417) Ballwin 50,000 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood 8,000,000 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK) St. Louis City 3,900,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2016) CONTRACT A Various 5,000,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2016) CONTRACT B Various 5,000,000 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated 2,500,000 LACKLAND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 1,600,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016)Various 4,000,000 LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTSSt. Louis City 1,750,000 63 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSPROJECT LISTING FY166660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - ContinuedLEMAY WWTF CHANNEL AERATION BLOWERSSt. Louis County $1,000,000 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTF SCREEN CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated 700,000 LUCAS & HUNT AND I-70 SANITARY SEWERNorthwoods 640,000 LYNKIRK STUDY AREA I/I REDUCTIONKirkwood 200,000 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City 1,050,000 MARTIGNEY I/I REDUCTIONVarious 1,000,000 MISSOURI RIVER SERVICE AREA I/I REDUCTION - CREVE COEUR CREEK EAST Various 3,680,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF BERM AND WATER FEED UPGRADE Maryland Heights 810,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF SECONDARY TREATMENT ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL MODIFICATIONS Maryland Heights 900,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTP SECONDARY TREATMENT EXPANSION (MITIGATION CREDIT) Maryland Heights 150,000 NEWCASTLE I/I REDUCTIONFlorissant 70,000 NORTH BADEN CREEK I/I REDUCTION (BP-532) (WINCHESTER DR) Various 1,600,000 PADDOCK CREEK I/I REDUCTION (PRIVATE)Various 1,080,000 PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEFUnincorporated 1,880,000 POWELL AVE AND ANNALEE SEWER SEPARATIONBrentwood 430,000 PUMP STATION REPLACEMENT PROJECTS (PHASE I)Various 950,000 SELVIDGE AREA I/I REDUCTIONBallwin 240,000 SHERWYN SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-651) AND I/I REDUCTION Creve Coeur 1,200,000 SUB-TRUNK #2 LATERAL SANITARY RELIEFUnincorporated 230,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01) University City 2,900,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-02 AND WC-03) University City 5,120,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (BEL-NOR) Various 4,530,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS) Various 4,530,000 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) University City 4,000,000 VINITA DRIVE SANITARY RELIEFHanley Hills 250,000 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IV Webster Groves 3,800,000 $177,554,000 $195,334,000 Note: Projects funded in stormwater funds (5564, 5566, 5571, 5576, 5584, 5593) have split funding with fund 6660 because they have both wastewater andstormwater components.Subtotal: Number of Projects 75TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 9964 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS The projects described in this section relate to the preliminary or final design of new or rehabilitated sanitary and combined sewer systems. Also included in this section are projects relating to combined and separate sewer overflow elimination and separation projects, additional appropriations for combined and separate sewer area inflow/infiltration assessments, combined and separate sewer area CCTV inspections and physical inspection of sewers, construction management services, and continued funding of the District’s Watershed Facilities Planning efforts. The construction phase of design projects are planned in later fiscal years due to the complexity of the designs, the size of the projects, and the time required to obtain needed easements. Eighty-two (82) wastewater engineering projects are planned at a total estimated cost of $69,341,000. The cost estimates indicated are for only the required engineering work and do not include construction. The project scopes are fully described in the Budget Supplement document. The District’s revenue source for the majority of these projects is obtained from the Sanitary Replacement Fund and the General Fund. 65 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE1101 - GENERAL FUNDBISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $800,000 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2014)Various 2,000,000 CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2014)Various 1,000,000 COMPREHENSIVE AMMONIA AND NUTRIENT REMOVAL MASTER PLAN Various 1,500,000 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENTVarious 1,200,000 DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 600,000 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 760,000 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 527,000 PRIVATE INFLOW/INFILTRATION PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM 2013 Various 565,000 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (FY2014)Various 130,000 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various 500,000 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) St. Louis City And County 570,000 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (FY 2014)Various 625,000 $10,777,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND82ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09)University City $855,000 AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER, HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, AND HAMBURG) Unincorporated 565,000 APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE) Unincorporated 610,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT A Various 80,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT B Various 140,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT C Various 60,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT F Various 60,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 3,200,000 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATIONChesterfield 500,000 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENTUnincorporated 900,000 COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D WET WEATHER STORAGE FACILITY TANK C Hazelwood 1,200,000 COLDWATER SOUTHWEST SUBWATERSHED I/I REDUCTION (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD AND ASHBY RD) Various 3,100,000 CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD) St. Louis County 280,000 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES Various 1,400,000 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS Various 2,600,000 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES Various 4,900,000 Subtotal: Number of Projects 13WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTSPROJECT LISTING FY1666 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTSPROJECT LISTING FY166660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - ContinuedDC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I Brentwood$300,000 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III Various 1,500,000 DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD)Ladue 320,000 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AVarious 170,000 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BVarious 150,000 DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 150,000 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)Various 500,000 DEGIVERVILLE COMBINED SEWER RELOCATIONSt. Louis City 650,000 FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD) Des Peres 530,000 FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR) Maryland Heights 600,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016) Various 250,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (FY2015) CONTRACT A Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (FY2015) CONTRACT B Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (FY2015) CONTRACT C Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PLANNING (FY2014)Various 400,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2016) Various 300,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT B Various 90,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT C Various 90,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT A Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT B Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT C Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT D Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT E Various 50,000 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood 1,500,000 HAMBURG AVE TO AL CLAIRE DR TO WEBMORE DR CSO L-181 (I-032) ELIMINATION Unincorporated 245,000 HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) Unincorporated 560,000 HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD) Ladue 300,000 KAPPEL (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (EXUMA DR AND GLEN OWEN DR) Unincorporated 475,000 KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD) Kirkwood 780,000 KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD) Kirkwood 560,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AVarious 100,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BVarious 90,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT CVarious 90,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - Continued67 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTSPROJECT LISTING FY16LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT DVarious 130,000 LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTSSt. Louis City 470,000 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 4,750,000 LEMAY WWTP SECONDARY IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated 510,000 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES)St. Louis City 8,075,000 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL NORTH CONSOLIDATION SEWERS St. Louis City$81,000 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH CONSOLIDATION SEWERS St. Louis City 223,000 LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATIONUnincorporated 2,050,000 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various 270,000 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL Various 3,500,000 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City 211,000 NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City 200,000 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various 400,000 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELVarious 600,000 REAVSDALE I/I REDUCTION (MACKENZIE RD AND REAVIS BARRACKS RD) Unincorporated 485,000 SPRINGDALE I/I REDUCTION (ROLLING DR AND SMITHFIELD PL)Bel-Ridge 130,000 UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) Unincorporated 565,000 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT)University City 3,100,000 VALCOUR AND BURLINGTON RR SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (VALCOUR RD AND WATSON RD) Unincorporated 994,000 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE III Webster Groves 270,000 $58,564,000 69,341,000 Subtotal: Number of Projects 69TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 8268 STORMWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS The projects described in this section are related to constructing storm sewers, channels, and creek bank stabilization, which will help alleviate flooding and erosion problems. There are twenty-six (26) projects planned at a total estimated cost of $5,580,000. The District’s revenue sources to plan and construct these projects are from the District’s Stormwater Emergency Fund or from the property tax revenue in various Operation, Maintenance, Construction and Improvement (OMCI) Funds currently established throughout the District. 69 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE4123 - STORMWATER EMERGENCY FUNDEMERGENCY REPAIR FUNDS (STORMWATER)Various $250,000 $250,000 5564 - COLDWATER CREEK OMCI FUNDCALVERT AVE. #3342 STORM SEWERBreckenridge Hills $42,000 DESMET INDUSTRIAL CT. LOT 8 BANK STABILIZATIONFlorissant 545,000 HERBERT AVE. 4200-4400 BLOCK STREAMBANK STABILIZATION Woodson Terrace 250,000 ROANOKE AND LOEKES STORM SEWERFlorissant 250,000 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - COLDWATER CREEK OMCI Various 150,000 $1,237,000 5565 - CREVE COEUR FRONTENAC OMCI FUNDAUSTIN PLACE AND LOCKWOOD AVE. STORM SEWERGlendale $847,000 CONWAY & CHAPEL OAKS STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 7-5) Frontenac 176,000 DEER CREEK WATERSHED INITIATIVEVarious 207,500 GLEN ABBEY DR. STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 7-3)Frontenac 325,000 GLEN RD #35 BANK STABILIZATIONWebster Groves 53,000 HERMITAGE HILLS BANK STABILIZATION (FRONTENAC 3-1)Frontenac 315,000 MARYHILL DRIVE STORM SEWERLadue 67,000 OAK VALLEY EAST STORM SEWER (FRONTENAC 1-2)Frontenac 185,000 WEST OAK DRIVE STORM IMPROVEMENTSGlendale 35,000 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - FOUNTAIN CREEK OMCI Various 77,000 $2,287,500 5571 - GRAVOIS CREEK OMCI FUNDANCHOR DR. AND DANA AVE. STORM SEWERUnincorporated $138,000 GRANT #609 BANK STABILIZATIONWebster Groves 152,000 LAVINIA DR. #10709 STORM SEWERUnincorporated 48,000 LIGGETT TO BIG BEND CHANNEL REPAIRSOakland 75,000 MADISON #708 STORM SEWEROakland 48,000 MANDA LANE #8901 STORM SEWERCrestwood 55,000 MC ADOO CT #4325 STORM SEWERSt. Louis County 155,000 PROJECT LISTING FY16STORMWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 5Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 1070 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPROJECT LISTING FY16STORMWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS5571 - GRAVOIS CREEK OMCI FUND-ContinuedRAINRIDGE CT. #4125 BANK STABILIZATION & BUYOUTS (GCMB-370) Unincorporated 605,000 $1,276,000 5576 - MALINE CREEK OMCI FUNDSTORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - MALINE CREEK OMCI Various $400,000 $400,000 5583 - SUGAR CREEK OMCI FUNDSTORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - UNIVERSITY CITY OMCI Various $130,000 $130,000 $5,580,500 Subtotal: Number of Projects 8Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 1TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 2671 STORMWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS There are six (6) stormwater engineering projects planned at a total estimated cost of $1,450,000. The cost estimates indicated are for only the required engineering work and do not include construction. The scope of the projects is fully described in the budget supplement. The District’s revenue source is from the property tax revenue in various Operation, Maintenance, Construction and Improvement (OMCI) Funds currently established throughout the District. 72 PROJECT NAMEMUNCIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE5566 - DEER CREEK OMCI FUNDDEER CREEK OMCI STORMWATER DESIGN (CONTRACT A)Various$350,000 $350,000 5576 - MALINE CREEK OMCI FUNDHUDSON RD. #1401 - #1405 BANK STABILIZATION (MCDW-120)Ferguson$250,000 $250,000 5583 - SUGAR CREEK OMCI FUNDROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWERKirkwood$230,000 UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES - CORPS OF ENGINEERS STUDYUniversity City 300,000 $530,000 5593 - SEM BR OF RIVER DES PERES OMCI FUNDBIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE IWebster Groves$200,000 COTTAGE #206 STORM IMPROVEMENTSWebster Groves 120,000 $320,000 $1,450,000 Subtotal: Number of Projects 2TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 6PROJECT LISTING FY16STORMWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 273 CONTINUED WASTEWATER PROJECTS Some of the District’s Wastewater Projects are continued from previous fiscal years due to difficulties in easement acquisition, the permit process from other agencies, design revisions or status, or other special requirements or issues. There are nine (9) projects that were identified in previous budget supplements that are still in the design, permitting, and/or easement acquisition process. These projects have a total estimated cost of $24,650,000. The District’s revenues to construct these projects are from the Sanitary Replacement Fund. 74 PROJECT NAMEREASON PROJECT CONTINUEDMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE1101 - GENERAL FUNDRIDGEMOOR DRIVE I/I REDUCTION & STORM IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-574)PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO COORDINATION WITH THE CITY OF CLAYTON AND SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN NOVEMBER, 2015.Clayton $800,000 $800,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUNDCAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAINPROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO COORDINATION WITH RAILROAD AND CORPS OF ENGINEERS. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN SEPTEMBER, 2015.Chesterfield $3,100,000 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF SCREENINGS & WASHER/COMPACTOR IMPROVEMENTSPROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN AUGUST, 2015.Unincorporated 3,300,000 FORESTWOOD LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-321)PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO COORDINATION WITH THE CITY OF FERGUSON AND SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN AUGUST, 2015.Ferguson 2,100,000 NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTSPROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN AUGUST, 2015.Unincorporated 4,200,000 OAKLAND COMBINED SEWER DETENTION AND STORAGE (CLAYTON AVE AND OAKLAND AVE)PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO COORDINATION WITH ST. LOUIS ZOO. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN MAY, 2016.St. Louis City 1,000,000 RIDGEMOOR DRIVE I/I REDUCTION & STORM IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-574)PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO COORDINATION WITH THE CITY OF CLAYTON AND SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN NOVEMBER, 2015.Clayton 100,000 RIDGEMOOR DRIVE I/I REDUCTION & STORM IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-574)PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO COORDINATION WITH THE CITY OF CLAYTON AND SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN NOVEMBER, 2015.Clayton 1,200,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND-ContinuedROCK HILL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-618)PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN SEPTEMBER, 2015.Rock Hill 1,350,000 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION APROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN JUNE, 2015.Ferguson 7,500,000 $23,850,000 $24,650,000 WASTEWATER CONTINUED PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 9TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 10PROJECT LISTING FY1675 CONTINUED STORMWATER PROJECTS Some of the District’s Stormwater Projects are continued from previous fiscal years due to difficulties in easement acquisition, the permit process from other agencies, design revisions or status, or other special requirements or issues. There are five (5) projects that were identified in previous budget supplements that are still in the design, permitting, and/or easement acquisition process. These projects have a total estimated cost of $1,688,000. The District’s revenues to construct these projects are from the appropriate Operation, Maintenance, Construction, and Improvement (OMCI) Funds. 76 PROJECT NAMEREASON PROJECT CONTINUEDMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE5565 - CREVE COEUR FRONTENAC OMCI FUNDCONWAY - CLERBROOK STORM CHANNEL PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION AND COORDINATION WITH OTHERS. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN JANUARY, 2016.Ladue$1,100,000 $1,100,000 5566 - DEER CREEK OMCI FUNDFIRETHORN DRIVE #1901 STORM IMPROVEMENTSPROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION AND SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN AUGUST, 2015.Des Peres$180,000 FORCEE LANE STORM SEWER PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION AND SCOPE CHANGE. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN SEPTEMBER, 2015.Ladue 148,000 LACLEDE STATION - CHAMBERLAIN STORM SEWERPROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN OCTOBER, 2015.Webster Groves 230,000 PARK LANE #9568 - #9572 STORM SEWER PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN AUGUST, 2015.Ladue 30,000 $588,000 $1,688,000 PROJECT LISTING FY16STORMWATER CONTINUED PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 4TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 577 MSD CIRP Proposed Funding Timeline Through June 30, 2018 WASTEWATER Represents a rate increase STORMWATER Wastewater Projects $289.3M Wastewater Projects $241.1M FY15 FY16 Wastewater Projects $248.2M FY17 FY14 7/14 Stormwater Projects $5.2M Stormwater Projects $5.5M Stormwater Projects $8.7M 7/137/15 7/16 Issue Additional Bonds $218.0M No Additional Bonds Issued FY18 Issue Additional Bonds $200.0M 7/17 Wastewater Projects $297.2M Stormwater Projects $15.1M Issue Additional Bonds $217.7M Wastewater Projects $107.1M Issue Additional Bonds $93.1M Stormwater Projects $9.4M 78 Total Total TotalProgram/Year2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2003 2017 2003Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Budget -2016 -2027 -2027Collection System Improvement$38.0 $49.4 $76.6 $78.2 $75.7 $124.5 $109.2$116.4 $95.8 $54.2 $160.3 $203.4 $230.7 $279.5$1,691.9 $3,633.5 $5,325.4Treatment Plant Improvements9.4 91.1 113.4 103.9 78.1 79.1 63.7 37.4 59.0 91.6 29.7 9.1 17.5 9.8783.0 330.0 1,113.0Stormwater Replacement6.7 5.4 8.0 14.4 9.0 11.4 14.4 10.7 11.4 7.6 5.1 5.2 5.5 8.7123.5 11.2 134.7Other0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.6 0.0 10.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.513.9 0.0 13.9TOTAL$54.1 $145.9 $198.0 $196.6 $164.5 $215.0 $198.1 $164.5 $166.2 $153.4 $195.1 $217.7 $253.7 $299.5 $2,612.4 $3,974.7 $6,587.1Annual funding levels beginning in FY10 assumes annual rate increase for wastewater rates.Stormwater rates 2008-2011 were impervious-based. Multi-Decade Capital Improvement and Replacement Needs Fiscal Year 2003 to Fiscal Year 2027($s in millions)79 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET80 GENERALFUNDAfund established by administrative action to finance the ordinary operations of the District.The General Fund may be used for any legally authorized purpose of the District. It is used toaccount for all revenues and activities not provided for in any other fund. It may receive any andall revenues not specifically designated for other funds. All wastewater and stormwater usercharges receivable, less allowances for uncollectible accounts, are recorded to the General Fund.The District maintains a minimum fund balance of 60 days or 16.4% of the next year’s annualoperating expenditures for working capital.81  $‐ $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000GENERAL FUND ‐FUND 1101Revenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.Stormwater Interfund RevenueTaxesThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 and projected for FY17 and FY18.  The stormwater inter‐fund revenue category was established in FY11 to report General Fund revenues received as a result of that fund providing stormwater operations and maintenance services to the OMCI funds.  These funds are expected to increase from $15.8 million in FY15 to $17.8 million in FY18, or roughly 4% per year.  Ad valorem taxes are based on current property assessed valuations provided by the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County and are projected to remain flat through the projections period.  Interest, fees and miscellaneous income will decrease slightly from FY15 to FY16 due to a short‐term increase in hauled waste revenue that is expected to end in FY15. Finally, it should be noted that the General Fund receives much of its funding from the sewer service charges originally received into the revenue funds and later transferred to the General Fund.  These revenues are left off of this graph because they are reported as revenues in the revenue funds.  This major source of funding is expected to increase along with scheduled rate increases through FY16 as recommended by the District’s Rate Commission and approved by the Board of Trustees.  That inflow to the General Fund is planned to rise from a forecast of $178.7 million in FY15 to $209.0 million in FY16.  FY17 and FY18 transfers will be dependant on the Rate Commission process currently underway, and that process is expected to result in approved rates for FY17 through FY20.  Fund Balance declines in the FY14 due to a shortfall in sewer service charges relative to budget related to water usage data. Therefore, the use of fund balance is considered a revenue for presentation purposes and to balance the budget.  82 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEGENERAL FUND - FUND 1101Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.20,447,430$ 30,478,523$ 20,226,240$ 25,362,180$ 26,981,822$ 51,725,662$ 53,592,769$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ (24,304)$ -$ - -$ -$ -$ SW Interfund Revenue13,410,992 13,881,178 16,192,860 15,794,162 17,087,916 17,429,724 17,778,288 Wastewater User Charges758,996 10,417,202 (1,348,000) (874,871) (1,932,004) (1,843,004) (1,793,000) Taxes16,353,312 18,280,029 15,255,044 14,961,273 15,633,407 15,423,800 15,423,800 Interest on Investments(5,981) 85,283 104,568 68,210 140,736 246,828 205,020 Connection and Other Fees1,558,812 5,547,918 3,430,000 4,846,013 1,840,000 1,840,000 1,840,000 Proceeds from Sale of Property269,073 345,039 100,000 193,615 100,000 100,000 100,000 Rental Income293,034 302,425 152,50064,687 45,50045,50045,500 Miscellaneous2,399,304 1,628,429 2,326,000 1,637,354 1,085,000 1,085,000 1,085,000Total Revenues35,037,542$ 50,463,198$ 36,212,972$ 36,690,442$ 34,000,555$ 34,327,848$ 34,684,608$ Expenditures: Personnel Services91,490,802$ 93,350,768$ 98,716,704$ 96,370,262$ 102,984,236$ 105,359,268$ 107,923,562$ Supplies11,811,716 14,276,744 18,101,305 18,350,404 17,562,035 17,780,626 18,106,104 Utilities14,533,558 14,986,387 16,191,992 16,530,696 17,104,020 17,995,550 18,938,964 Contractual Services30,291,916 38,939,644 45,998,021 40,738,916 41,791,705 40,606,344 41,426,453 Capital Outlay4,683,798 3,722,362 3,771,640 4,557,505 4,056,300 4,133,370 4,211,904 Construction and Engineering12,977,500 20,144,835 17,590,000 18,297,240 19,057,000 14,715,000 14,195,000 Principal Payments12,157 34,356 31,565 31,663 32,360 33,180 34,010 Interest Payments329 2,898 4,357 4,259 3,570 2,750 1,920 Other- - 2,000 1,000 - - - Total Expenditures165,801,777$ 185,457,995$ 200,407,585$ 194,881,945$ 202,591,225$ 200,626,087$ 204,837,916$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(130,764,235)$ (134,994,797)$ (164,194,613)$ (158,191,504)$ (168,590,670)$ (166,298,239)$ (170,153,308)$ O & M Allocation from Other Funds148,889,818 146,990,244 178,772,470 178,772,470 208,967,916 183,589,000 186,665,000 Interfund Transfers(8,094,490)$ (17,111,790)$ (15,255,044)$ (18,961,325)$ (15,633,406)$ (15,423,654)$ (15,423,502)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.10,031,093$ (5,116,343)$ (677,187)$ 1,619,642$ 24,743,840$ 1,867,107$ 1,088,190$ Percentage of Change 49%-17%-3%6%92%4%2%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.30,478,523$ 25,362,180$ 19,549,053$ 26,981,822$ 51,725,662$ 53,592,769$ 54,680,959$ 83 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATESTREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)St. Louis City And County$570,000 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 527,000 DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 600,000 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENTVarious 1,200,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 800,000 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 760,000 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREVarious 5,000,000 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various 500,000 PRIVATE INFLOW/INFILTRATION PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM 2013Various 565,000 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (FY2014)Various 130,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2016)Various 1,500,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT AVarious 70,000 CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2014)Various 1,000,000 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2014)Various 2,000,000 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (FY 2014)Various 625,000 COMPREHENSIVE AMMONIA AND NUTRIENT REMOVAL MASTER PLANVarious 1,500,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT BVarious 70,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT CVarious 70,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT DVarious 70,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 19FUND TOTAL:$17,557,000 FY16GENERAL FUND - 1101PROJECT LISTING84 General Fund BudgetOperating Expenses by Natural Account GroupFY16Personnel Services$103.0 M56.1%Supplies$17.6 M9.6%Utilities$17.1 M9.3%Contractual Services$41.8 M22.8%Capital Outlay$4.1 M2.2%Total Expenses $183.5 M85 FY16 SIGNIFICANT BUDGET CHANGES GENERAL FUND Personnel Services – 51000 Natural Account Group Personnel Services increased $4.3 million or 4% from the FY2015 Budget. This increase reflects a $2.7 million increase in Salary, Wages, and FICA associated with a 2.4% average salary increase and a net increase of 8 funded positions. In addition, increases in Group Insurance of $1.1 million, in Temporary Help of $0.4 million and in Other Post-Employment Benefits of $0.3 are expected. All other Personnel Services expenses decreased a net amount of $0.2 M. Supplies – 52000 Natural Account Group Supplies decreased $0.5 million or 3% over the prior year. A decrease of $1.0 million in Instrument Supplies is due to the purchase of new flow monitors in the prior year not repeated in FY2016. Chemical Supply expenses increased $0.4 million as a result of regulatory required disinfection activities. All other Supply expenses increased a net of $0.1 million. Utilities – 53000 Natural Account Group Utilities are anticipated to increase $0.9 million or 6% from the FY2015 Budget. Electric Usage is planned to increase $0.7 million associated with a rate hike by Ameren. Water Usage and Natural Gas Usage are expected to increase $0.1 million each due to higher usage at the Bissell Treatment Plant. Water usage is increasing due to disinfection activities, while gas usage is increasing due to aging incinerator heat exchangers. Telephone expense is expected to be flat. Contractual Services – 54000 Natural Account Group Contracted Services are anticipated to decrease $4.2 million or 9% from the FY2015 Budget. Professional Service expenses are decreasing $4.2 million; included in the decrease is $3.0 million related to the billing system upgrade that will be near completion in FY2015, $1.0 million decrease related to reprogramming of the title quote system and a Data Colocation initiative, both being managed by the Information Systems department. Rate Commission expenses are also contributing $0.4 million to the decline, since most of the commissions activities occurred in FY2015. Offsetting these expense reductions is an increase of $0.2 million for a Management Audit. General Fund expenses for Bond and Liability Insurance are decreasing $2.9 million and Judgments & Claims Settlements are decreasing $0.6 million as those expenses will now be funded from the General Insurance Fund. Offsetting the FY2016 decreases are increases of $1.5 million for anticipated election expenses and $0.6 million for postage as the District transitions away from post card bills to full size paper bills. Office System Services, Electrical Repair Services, Machinery and Equipment Services and Lockbox Services are increasing $1.4 million in aggregate over FY2015 levels due to a combination of price increases, increased service levels, maintenance schedules and equipment renewal projects. Capital Outlay – 55000 Natural Account Group Capital Outlay increased $0.3 million or 8% from prior year. Contributing to the increase are rising expenses in Machinery & Implements of $0.5 million and Instruments & Apparatus of $0.2 million to replace equipment that has reached the end of its useful life and in some cases obtain new equipment to meet new requirements in Operations and in Environmental Compliance. Offsetting the increases are declines in budgeted spending for Processing Equipment of $0.3 million related to one-time expenditures in the prior year. Also declining by $0.1 million each are budgets for Computer Equipment and Motor Vehicles based on equipment replacement schedules and needs. 86 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTGeneral Fund Budgetby Natural Account GroupFiscal Year 2016Personnel Contractual Capital Budget PercentServices Supplies Utilities Services Outlay FY16 of TotalBOARD OF TRUSTEES $ 3,000 $ 0 $ 0 $3,100 $0 $ 6,100 0.0%RATE COMMISSION 0 0 075,0000 75,000 0.0%SECRETARY-TREASURER 724,105 18,350 4562,627,5607,600 3,378,071 1.7%CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 5,000 0 05,0000 10,000 0.0%EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 767,385 44,865 2,800608,8370 1,423,887 0.7%GENERAL COUNSEL 1,021,802 95,090 5001,370,791500 2,488,683 1.2%HUMAN RESOURCES 8,142,972 42,925 11,1202,080,6580 10,277,675 5.1%FINANCE 5,189,012 89,850 284,52015,056,0150 20,619,396 10.2%INFORMATION SYSTEMS 8,097,656 273,445 762,1893,756,24235,000 12,924,533 6.4%ENGINEERING 23,252,735 536,404 50,5171,020,564151,000 25,011,220 12.3%OPERATIONS 55,780,570 16,461,105 15,991,91715,187,9383,862,200 107,283,730 53.0%TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET $ 102,984,236 $ 17,562,035 $ 17,104,020 $ 41,791,705 $ 4,056,300 $ 183,498,295 90.6%CIRP CONST. & ENGINEERING $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 19,057,000 9.4%OTHER* 0 0 0 0 0 35,930 0.0%TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET $ 102,984,236 $ 17,562,035 $ 17,104,020 $ 41,791,705 $ 4,056,300 $ 202,591,225 100.0%*Includes Inventory, Principal and Interest Paid 87 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT General Fund Budget by Natural Account Group Fiscal Year 2015 Personnel Contractual Capital Budget Percent Services Supplies Utilities Services Outlay FY15 of Total BOARD OF TRUSTEES $3,000 $0 $0 $3,100 $0 $6,100 0.0% RATE COMMISSION 0 900 0 511,300 0 512,200 0.3% SECRETARY-TREASURER 712,888 15,800 456 915,178 6,100 1,650,422 0.8% CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 5,000 0 0 5,000 0 10,000 0.0% EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 710,675 42,500 2,280 529,760 0 1,285,215 0.6% GENERAL COUNSEL 870,101 84,100 500 1,602,503 1,000 2,558,204 1.3% HUMAN RESOURCES 7,561,755 42,305 9,482 5,236,920 0 12,850,462 6.4% FINANCE 5,060,005 88,104 281,000 17,107,341 1,000 22,537,450 11.2% INFORMATION SYSTEMS 7,771,531 164,594 672,098 4,535,315 105,000 13,248,538 6.6% ENGINEERING 22,635,388 522,169 57,714 856,595 47,500 24,119,366 12.0% OPERATIONS 53,386,363 17,140,833 15,168,462 14,695,009 3,611,040 104,001,708 51.9% TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET $98,716,705 $18,101,305 $16,191,992 $45,998,021 $3,771,640 $182,779,664 91.2% CIRP CONST. & ENGINEERING $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $17,590,000 8.8% OTHER*0 0 0 0 0 37,922 0.0% TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET $98,716,705 $18,101,305 $16,191,992 $45,998,021 $3,771,640 $200,407,586 100.0% *Includes Inventory, Principal and Interest Paid 88 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT General Fund Budgetby Organization by Natural Account GroupPercent of Total Difference Difference PersonnelContractual Capital Total FY15FY16FY16Services Supplies Utilities Services Outlay FY16 Forecast vs FY15 vs FY15BOARD OF TRUSTEES $ 3,000 $ 0 $ 0 $ 3,100 $ 0 $ 6,100 $ 4,725 $ 1,375 29%RATE COMMISSION000 75,0000 75,000 512,200 (437,200) -85%SECRETARY-TREASURER724,105 18,350456 2,627,560 7,600 3,378,071 1,416,490 1,961,581 138%CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION5,00000 5,0000 10,000 6,075 3,92565%EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR767,385 44,865 2,800 608,8370 1,423,887 1,135,798 288,09025%GENERAL COUNSEL1,021,802 95,090500 1,370,791 500 2,488,683 2,561,241 (72,558)-3%HUMAN RESOURCES8,142,972 42,925 11,120 2,080,6580 10,277,675 8,914,310 1,363,365 15%FINANCE5,189,012 89,850 284,520 15,056,0150 20,619,396 22,549,629 (1,930,233) -9%INFORMATION SYSTEMS8,097,656 273,445 762,189 3,756,242 35,000 12,924,533 12,935,621 (11,088)0%ENGINEERING23,252,735 536,404 50,517 1,020,564 151,000 25,011,220 22,831,354 2,179,866 10%OPERATIONS55,780,570 16,461,105 15,991,917 15,187,938 3,862,200 107,283,730 103,680,341 3,603,3893%TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET $ 102,984,236 $ 17,562,035 $ 17,104,020 $ 41,791,705 $ 4,056,300 $ 183,498,295 $ 176,547,783 $ 6,950,5124%CIRP CONST. & ENGINEERING $0 $ 0 $0 $0 $ 0 $ 19,057,000 $ 18,297,240 759,760 4%OTHER00000 35,930 36,922(992) -3%TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET $ 102,984,236 $ 17,562,035 $ 17,104,020 $ 41,791,705 $ 4,056,300 $ 202,591,225 $ 194,881,945 7,709,280 4%Variance - Increase (Decrease)FY16 vs. FY1589 $ Change % Change $ Change % Change FY15 FY15 from from FY16 from from BUDGET FORECAST 2015 Budget 2015 Budget BUDGET 2015 Budget 2015 Budget 51010 Salaries & Wages $61,823,891 $59,188,085 $(2,635,806)-4%$64,392,149 $2,568,258 4% 51020 Overtime 2,499,018 2,936,102 437,083 17%2,565,928 66,910 3% 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 10,000 -9,345 (19,345)-193%11,000 1,000 10% 51040 Sick Leave Accrual 860,000 873,231 13,231 2%885,000 25,000 3% 51050 Vacation Accrual 850,000 435,422 (414,578)-49%875,000 25,000 3% 51060 Worker's Compensation Pay 0 57,461 57,461 NM 0 0 0% 51070 Board Member Fees 2,700 3,025 325 12%2,700 0 0% 51080 Floating Holiday Accrual 0 273,066 273,066 NM 0 0 0% 51090 Civil Service Commision Fees 5,000 2,700 (2,300)-46%5,000 (0)0% 51100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards 49,520 40,438 (9,082)-18%42,400 (7,120)-14% 51110 Workers' Comp Settlements 0 0 0 NM 0 0 0% 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 284,551 243,528 (41,024)-14%294,652 10,101 4% 51130 Education Assistance Program 200,000 186,533 (13,467)-7%172,000 (28,000)-14% 51210 FICA Taxes 4,882,855 4,607,270 (275,585)-6%5,058,235 175,380 4% 51220 Group Insurance 9,623,272 8,904,592 (718,680)-7%10,707,175 1,083,903 11% 51230 Pension Contribution 12,489,999 12,434,387 (55,612)0%12,191,197 (298,802)-2% 51234 EAP 15,226 14,944 (282)-2%15,000 (226)-1% 51240 Unemployment Insurance 25,000 29,936 4,936 20%25,000 0 0% 51250 Second Injury Insurance/Tax 0 0 0 NM 0 0 0% 51300 Other Post Employment Benefits 2,000,000 2,108,585 108,585 5%2,250,000 250,000 13% 51510 Temporary Help 3,095,671 4,139,804 1,044,133 34%3,491,799 396,128 13% Total Personnel Services $98,716,704 $96,469,763 $(2,246,941)-2%$102,984,236 $4,267,532 4% 52010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases $1,682,474 $1,579,127 $(103,347)-6%$1,582,108 $(100,366)-6% 52020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip 357,650 398,166 40,516 11%410,732 53,082 15% 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 3,493,631 3,630,376 136,745 4%3,306,490 (187,141)-5% 52040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Ca 495,860 532,607 36,747 7%447,100 (48,760)-10% 52050 Construction & Bldg Supplies 2,313,467 2,413,005 99,538 4%2,525,826 212,359 9% 52070 Hardware 114,122 119,286 5,163 5%113,898 (224)0% 52080 Hose Supplies 260,044 248,261 (11,783)-5%263,294 3,250 1% Expense Object Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Fiscal 2016 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances 90 $ Change % Change $ Change % Change FY15 FY15 from from FY16 from from BUDGET FORECAST 2015 Budget 2015 Budget BUDGET 2015 Budget 2015 BudgetExpense Object Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Fiscal 2016 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances 52090 Electrical Supplies 1,008,284 868,185 (140,099)-14%991,829 (16,455)-2% 52100 Instrument Supplies 1,658,724 1,495,565 (163,159)-10%635,336 (1,023,388)-62% 52110 Chemical Supplies 3,960,192 4,301,908 341,716 9%4,360,960 400,768 10% 52120 Laboratory Supplies 136,175 135,014 (1,161)-1%123,905 (12,270)-9% 52130 Engineering & Drafting Supply 3,450 1,725 (1,725)-50%3,250 (200)-6% 52150 Plumbing Supplies 537,896 531,954 (5,942)-1%586,796 48,900 9% 52160 Paint Supplies 56,434 58,724 2,290 4%65,968 9,534 17% 52170 Safety Supplies 293,065 338,407 45,343 15%351,536 58,472 20% 52220 Janitorial Supplies 157,899 147,594 (10,305)-7%158,987 1,088 1% 52240 Hand Tools 259,641 303,538 43,897 17%283,656 24,015 9% 52280 Uniforms 309,839 274,688 (35,151)-11%302,569 (7,270)-2% 52300 Safety Footwear 139,400 80,316 (59,084)-42%144,100 4,700 3% 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 19,600 13,286 (6,314)-32%18,370 (1,230)-6% 52320 Office Supplies 147,964 152,968 5,004 3%139,232 (8,732)-6% 52330 Computer Supplies 243,424 281,517 38,093 16%290,190 46,766 19% 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit 175,108 138,065 (37,043)-21%166,165 (8,943)-5% 52360 Grounds Supplies 28,771 21,686 (7,085)-25%27,046 (1,725)-6% 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 6,066 11,698 5,632 93%6,626 560 9% 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 137,809 239,895 102,086 74%158,730 20,921 15% 52390 Administrative Supplies 69,882 50,895 (18,987)-27%71,095 1,213 2% 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment -34,435 29,151 (5,284)-15%26,240 (8,195)-24% Total Supplies $18,101,305 $18,397,608 $296,302 2%$17,562,035 $(539,271)-3% 53060 Electric Usage $12,530,828 $12,829,891 $299,064 2%$13,227,168 $696,340 6% 53070 Natural Gas Usage 1,943,724 1,962,970 19,246 1%2,073,203 129,479 7% 53080 Water Usage 568,324 706,547 138,223 24%668,844 100,520 18% 53270 Telephone Usage 1,149,116 1,031,287 (117,829)-10%1,134,805 (14,312)-1% Total Usage $16,191,992 $16,530,696 $338,704 2%$17,104,020 $912,027 6% 91 $ Change % Change $ Change % Change FY15 FY15 from from FY16 from from BUDGET FORECAST 2015 Budget 2015 Budget BUDGET 2015 Budget 2015 BudgetExpense Object Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Fiscal 2016 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances 54010 Postage $1,524,532 1,579,117 54,585 4%$2,103,180 $578,648 38% 54050 Office System Services 3,018,294 2,704,381 (313,913)-10%3,379,984 361,691 12% 54060 Printing Services 371,988 391,031 19,043 5%586,001 214,013 58% 54080 Advertising Services 437,408 392,253 (45,154)-10%311,025 (126,383)-29% 54100 Travel Expenses 404,499 384,810 (19,688)-5%466,870 62,371 15% 54120 Photo Services 5,500 3,750 (1,750)-32%5,500 (0)0% 54130 Bond & Liability Insurance 2,934,275 432,733 (2,501,542)-85%0 (2,934,275)-100% 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 560,915 410,875 (150,040)-27%462,225 (98,690)-18% 54141 Required Training Programs 0 30,621 30,621 NM 169,000 169,000 0% 54160 Data Imaging Services 86,781 74,425 (12,356)-14%84,442 (2,339)-3% 54180 Courier And Freight 99,642 141,595 41,953 42%156,586 56,944 57% 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 169,506 170,508 1,002 1%152,564 (16,942)-10% 54350 Lockbox Services 983,268 1,129,153 145,885 15%1,302,554 319,286 32% 54360 Banking Services Total 85,000 43,145 (41,855)-49%85,000 0 0% 54370 Board Of Election Commission 0 0 0 NM 1,500,000 1,500,000 0% 54390 Hospital & Medical Services 130,200 137,380 7,180 6%175,000 44,800 34% 54400 Judgments & Claims Settlements 725,000 174,137 (550,863)-76%150,000 (575,000)-79% 54410 Judgments & Claims Accrual 0 62,302 62,302 NM 0 0 0% 54420 Court Costs & Lien Fees 327,050 25,134 (301,916)-92%255,800 (71,250)-22% 54440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees 30,000 22,997 (7,003)-23%30,000 0 0% 54450 Collection Services 5,558,328 5,364,075 (194,253)-3%5,654,618 96,290 2% 54470 Water Agency Data Services 492,240 492,240 (0)0%496,508 4,268 1% 54520 Professional Service 13,491,840 11,961,277 (1,530,563)-11%9,284,301 (4,207,539)-31% 54530 Building Repairs & Services 2,063,255 1,946,712 (116,543)-6%2,101,537 38,282 2% 54540 Janitorial Services 1,069,888 1,022,008 (47,880)-4%1,086,534 16,645 2% 54550 Grounds Services 830,604 741,203 (89,401)-11%925,638 95,034 11% 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 176,750 327,511 150,761 85%331,784 155,034 88% 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 2,516,909 2,721,679 204,770 8%2,846,852 329,943 13% 54580 Equipment Rental 309,150 261,082 (48,068)-16%301,384 (7,766)-3% 54590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning 1,613,726 1,544,545 (69,181)-4%1,541,172 (72,554)-4% 92 $ Change % Change $ Change % Change FY15 FY15 from from FY16 from from BUDGET FORECAST 2015 Budget 2015 Budget BUDGET 2015 Budget 2015 BudgetExpense Object Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Fiscal 2016 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances 54600 Electrical Repair Services 462,913 623,269 160,356 35%802,776 339,863 73% 54610 Instrument Repair Services 535,901 641,964 106,063 20%370,582 (165,319)-31% 54620 Plumbing Services 426,617 315,855 (110,762)-26%453,724 27,107 6% 54630 HVAC Services 244,252 342,460 98,208 40%379,848 135,596 56% 54640 Damage Repairs & Services 30,400 24,799 (5,601)-18%31,400 1,000 3% 54650 Waste Hauling 1,401,977 1,358,573 (43,405)-3%1,363,963 (38,014)-3% 54660 Ash Hauling 765,000 765,000 0 0%255,000 (510,000)-67% 54670 Other Governmental Fees 916,978 867,997 (48,981)-5%967,083 50,105 5% 54680 Laboratory Testing Services 493,630 426,752 (66,878)-14%444,780 (48,850)-10% 54690 Safety Services 93,305 65,163 (28,142)-30%103,488 10,183 11% 54700 Asbestos Removal Services 22,500 57,922 35,422 157%25,000 2,500 11% 54710 Community Outreach Programs 370,000 288,947 (81,053)-22%405,500 35,500 10% 54720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying 218,000 267,536 49,536 23%242,500 24,500 11% 54800 Worker Comp Accrual 0 0 0 NM 0 0 0% Total Contractual Services $45,998,021 $40,738,916 $(5,259,105)-11%$41,791,705 $(4,206,316)-9% 55010 Land Purchases $0 $0 $0 0%$0 $0 0% 55030 Structural Improvements 177,000 180,128 3,128 2%190,000 13,000 7% 55040 Processing Equipment 517,000 360,325 (156,675)-30%240,000 (277,000)-54% 55050 Auxiliary Equipment 0 0 0 NM 14,600 14,600 0% 55060 Motor Vehicles 2,459,000 3,429,189 970,189 39%2,365,000 (94,000)-4% 55070 Machinery & Implements 400,800 330,485 (70,315)-18%879,000 478,200 119% 55080 Instruments & Apparatus 63,500 71,002 7,502 12%310,500 247,000 389% 55090 Furniture & Office Equipment 11,900 15,350 3,450 29%9,700 (2,200)-18% 55110 Computer Equipment 142,440 171,025 28,585 20%47,500 (94,940)-67% Total Capital Outlay $3,771,640 $4,557,505 $785,865 21%$4,056,300 $284,660 8% $182,779,663 $176,694,488 $(6,085,175)-3%$183,498,295 $718,632 0%Total General Fund Operating Expense 93 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 56,512,239 $ 58,297,724 $ 61,823,891 $ 59,188,085$ 64,392,149$ 65,482,278 $ 66,788,60451020 Overtime2,871,255 2,897,723 2,499,018 2,936,1022,565,9282,568,428 2,568,42851025 Labor Cost Allocation0 (107,484)0(99,501)00051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual(6,423) 31,19610,000(9,345)11,00011,00011,00051040 Sick Leave Accrual863,508 864,612 860,000873,231885,000885,000 885,00051050 Vacation Accrual821,183 760,238 850,000435,422875,000875,000 875,00051060 Worker's Compensation Pay22,86336,555057,46100051070 Board Member Fees2,1752,0752,7003,0252,7002,7002,70051080 Floating Holiday Accrual66417,9250273,06600051090 Civil Service Commision Fees23005,0002,7005,0005,0005,00051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards59,05548,49249,52040,43842,40046,06147,85851120 Membership & Licensing Fees325,827 233,927 284,551243,528294,652304,401 316,27251130 Education Assistance Program175,313 165,630 200,000186,533172,000178,536 185,49951210 FICA Taxes4,418,320 4,504,214 4,882,855 4,607,2705,058,2355,044,302 5,044,30251220 Group Insurance8,834,700 7,929,264 9,623,272 8,904,59210,707,17511,689,367 12,587,23651230 Pension Contribution12,114,993 12,535,595 12,489,999 12,434,38712,191,19712,138,007 12,138,00751234 EAP28,74726,67915,22614,94415,00015,00015,00051240 Unemployment Insurance23,78243,47825,00029,93625,00025,95026,96251250 Second Injury Insurance/Tax(0)00000051300 Other Post Employment Benefits1,271,935 1,703,508 2,000,000 2,108,5852,250,0002,463,750 2,660,85051510 Temporary Help3,150,437 3,359,415 3,095,671 4,139,8043,491,7993,624,487 3,765,842Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 91,490,802 $ 93,350,768 $ 98,716,704 $ 96,370,262$ 102,984,236$ 105,359,268 $ 107,923,56252010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$ 1,578,248 $ 1,499,890 $ 1,682,474 $ 1,579,127$ 1,582,108$ 1,612,168 $ 1,642,80052020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip341,901 347,743 357,650398,166410,732418,536 426,48852030 Machinery & Equipment Parts3,038,394 2,605,847 3,493,631 3,630,3763,306,4903,359,313 3,421,33052040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Ca(98,750) 63,402 495,860532,607447,100444,386 452,82952050 Construction & Bldg Supplies2,002,427 2,307,721 2,313,467 2,413,0052,525,8262,569,816 2,622,71952070 Hardware106,830 109,010 114,122119,286113,898116,062 118,26752080 Hose Supplies233,159 285,754 260,044248,261263,294268,297 273,39452090 Electrical Supplies522,362 678,249 1,008,284868,185991,8291,010,674 1,009,87752100 Instrument Supplies565,323 471,657 1,658,724 1,495,565635,336627,407 644,708Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionTotal DistrictExpense Object94 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionTotal DistrictExpense Object52110 Chemical Supplies1,440,120 2,591,110 3,960,192 4,301,9084,360,9604,443,819 4,528,25152120 Laboratory Supplies125,438 111,272 136,175135,014123,905126,259 128,65852130 Engineering & Drafting Supply1,5046563,4501,7253,2503,3123,37552150 Plumbing Supplies356,604 406,144 537,896531,954586,796597,945 609,30652160 Paint Supplies43,40852,74456,43458,72465,96867,22168,49952170 Safety Supplies282,934 344,797 293,065338,407351,536358,215 365,02152220 Janitorial Supplies150,874 138,311 157,899147,594158,987166,083 169,23952240 Hand Tools242,090 295,365 259,641303,538283,656284,277 289,67852280 Uniforms252,415 248,512 309,839274,688302,569305,454 311,25852300 Safety Footwear130,245 126,231 139,40080,316144,100145,207 147,96652310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl9,50718,93719,60013,28618,37017,71018,04752320 Office Supplies133,672 157,735 147,964152,968139,232143,915 146,65052330 Computer Supplies289,226 396,987 243,424281,517290,190240,245 244,80952340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit161,926 184,141 175,108138,065166,165161,099 164,16052360 Grounds Supplies13,47821,72228,77121,68627,04627,56028,08452370 Photo & Video Supplies5,57910,2046,06611,6986,6266,7526,88052380 Publications/Training Supplies117,630 138,007 137,809239,895158,730161,746 164,81952390 Administrative Supplies31,80856,13769,88250,89571,09572,44673,82252400 Furniture & Office Equipment -54,22343,98434,43529,15126,24024,70125,17052990 Inventory (I/D)(320,858) 42,71908,55600052991 Inventory Obsolence0 521,9000(55,760)000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 11,811,716 $ 14,276,889 $ 18,101,305 $ 18,350,404$ 17,562,035$ 17,780,626 $ 18,106,10453060 Electric Usage$ 11,287,771 $ 11,466,196 $ 12,530,828 $ 12,829,891$ 13,227,168$ 13,954,662 14,722,16853070 Natural Gas Usage1,826,194 2,114,575 1,943,724 1,962,9702,073,2032,187,229 2,307,52753080 Water Usage545,249 494,792 568,324706,547668,844688,909 709,57653270 Telephone Usage874,344 910,824 1,149,116 1,031,2871,134,8051,164,749 1,199,692Subtotal 53000 Usage$ 14,533,558 $ 14,986,387 $ 16,191,992 $ 16,530,696$ 17,104,020$ 17,995,550 $ 18,938,96454010 Postage$ 1,460,870 $ 1,553,456 $ 1,524,532 $ 1,579,117$ 2,103,180$ 2,143,140 $ 2,183,86054050 Office System Services2,324,387 2,714,408 3,018,294 2,704,3813,379,9843,411,485 3,475,16495 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionTotal DistrictExpense Object54060 Printing Services359,811 369,426 371,988391,031586,001597,135 608,48154080 Advertising Services306,963 316,675 437,408392,253311,025306,744 312,57354100 Travel Expenses278,001 309,279 404,499384,810466,870476,191 485,23854120 Photo Services8,1141005,5003,7505,5005,6045,71154130 Bond & Liability Insurance2,440,002 2,423,326 2,934,275432,73300054140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees382,421 443,916 560,915410,875462,225472,740 481,72254141 Required Training Programs00030,621169,000169,000 169,00054160 Data Imaging Services63,974 116,72386,78174,42584,44286,04687,68154180 Courier And Freight78,506 116,00199,642141,595156,586141,627 144,31854190 Property & Other Space Rental119,551 130,956 169,506170,508152,564154,444 157,37854340 Other9000000054350 Lockbox Services819,407 905,101 983,268 1,129,1531,302,5541,327,303 1,352,52154360 Banking Services Total(347)2,43485,00043,14585,00086,61588,26154370 Board Of Election Commission00001,500,0000054390 Hospital & Medical Services119,724 169,533 130,200137,380175,000178,325 181,71354400 Judgments & Claims Settlements555,690 258,508 725,000174,137150,000152,850 155,75454410 Judgments & Claims Accrual(136,581) 880,660062,30200054420 Court Costs & Lien Fees189,900 165,247 327,05025,134255,800260,660 265,61354440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees11,07314,22730,00022,99730,00030,57031,15154450 Collection Services4,548,743 4,795,509 5,558,328 5,364,0755,654,6185,762,056 5,871,53554470 Water Agency Data Services492,240 492,240 492,240492,240496,508505,942 515,55554520 Professional Service6,539,523 10,082,513 13,491,840 11,961,2779,284,3019,202,735 9,447,01754530 Building Repairs & Services104,926 1,154,529 2,063,255 1,946,7122,101,5372,029,377 2,067,93554540 Janitorial Services984,006 984,142 1,069,888 1,022,0081,086,5341,107,178 1,128,21454550 Grounds Services568,336 650,751 830,604741,203925,638943,225 961,14754560 Motor Vehicle Services188,119 259,414 176,750327,511331,784338,088 344,51254570 Machinery & Equipment Services1,568,449 2,987,172 2,516,909 2,721,6792,846,8522,930,942 2,956,06054580 Equipment Rental609,579 333,069 309,150261,082301,384307,110 312,94554590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning1,024,781 1,069,601 1,613,726 1,544,5451,541,1721,570,454 1,600,29354600 Electrical Repair Services276,780 558,147 462,913623,269802,776718,029 744,57154610 Instrument Repair Services218,298 548,082 535,901641,964370,582377,623 384,79854620 Plumbing Services272,935 416,631 426,617315,855453,724462,345 471,13096 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionTotal DistrictExpense Object54630 HVAC Services221,715 314,401 244,252342,460379,848397,065 404,41954640 Damage Repairs & Services55,366 132,62230,40024,79931,40031,99732,60554650 Waste Hauling1,099,833 1,285,321 1,401,977 1,358,5731,363,9631,389,878 1,416,28654660 Ash Hauling765,204 458,114 765,000765,000255,000262,650 270,53054670 Other Governmental Fees731,731 882,456 916,978867,997967,0831,024,698 1,042,64754680 Laboratory Testing Services390,026 360,283 493,630426,752444,780453,231 461,84254690 Safety Services43,79247,43093,30565,163103,488105,454 107,45854700 Asbestos Removal Services33,23427,37722,50057,92225,00025,47525,95954710 Community Outreach Programs82,868 104,800 370,000288,947405,500413,205 421,05554720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying75,14391,777 218,000267,536242,500247,108 251,803Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 30,277,182 $ 38,926,356 $ 45,998,021 $ 40,738,916$ 41,791,705$ 40,606,344 $ 41,426,45355010 Land Purchases$ 501,118 $ 1,618 $0 $0$0$0$ 055030 Structural Improvements1,506,632 203,793 177,000180,128190,000193,610 197,28955040 Processing Equipment545,094 785,338 517,000360,325240,000244,560 249,20755050 Auxiliary Equipment16,13600014,60014,87715,16055060 Motor Vehicles1,212,376 1,931,187 2,459,000 3,429,1892,365,0002,409,935 2,455,72455070 Machinery & Implements283,168 186,654 400,800330,485879,000895,701 912,71955080 Instruments & Apparatus430,920 207,80863,50071,002310,500316,400 322,41155090 Furniture & Office Equipment67,281011,90015,3509,7009,88410,07255110 Computer Equipment121,073 405,964 142,440171,02547,50048,40349,322Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$ 4,683,798 $ 3,722,362 $ 3,771,640 $ 4,557,505$ 4,056,300$ 4,133,370 $ 4,211,904$ 152,797,057 $ 165,262,763 $ 182,779,663 $ 176,547,783$ 183,498,295$ 185,875,157 $ 190,606,986Total General Fund Operating Expense97 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET98 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Operations Engineering Finance Human Resources Secretary-Treasurer 99 Board of Trustees Mission 1. Develop public policies, through official action, to meet MSD’s responsibilities for sanitation, storm flow and protection of water resources. 2. Develop general strategies to direct and supervise the Executive Director in the implementation of official policies and programs. 3. Generally oversee the implementation of appropriate recommendations contained in various internal and contracted studies; i.e. the Independent Auditor’s Management Letter, Pension Fund Investment Consultant, Financial Advisors, and the Internal Auditor. 4. Direct and supervise the activities of the Secretary-Treasurer and the Internal Auditor. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Pursuant to the provisions of the Plan and subject to the limitations imposed by the Constitution of the State of Missouri, all powers of the District are vested in the Board of Trustees who enact District ordinances, adopt budgets, and determine policies. The Board of Trustees appoints the Executive Director, who executes the ordinances and administers the government of the District and all subdistricts (Sect. 1.020 of the Plan), and the Secretary-Treasurer (Sect. 7.020 of the Plan), and the Internal Auditor (Sect. 7.030 of the Plan). 100 Board of TrusteesFY13FY14FY15 FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDistrict Governance$ 2,175 $ 2,075 $ 6,100 $ 4,725$ 6,100$ 6,170 $ 6,242TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,175 $ 2,075 $ 6,100 $ 4,725$ 6,100$ 6,170 $ 6,242$0.000$0.001$0.002$0.003$0.004$0.005$0.006$0.007ExpensesActualForecastBudgetProjected101 FY13FY14 FY15 FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 2,175 $ 2,075 $ 3000 $ 3,175$ $3,000$ $3,011 $ $3,02352000 Supplies000000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services003100 1,5503,1003,159 3,21955000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,175 $ 2,075 $ 6,100 $ 4,725$ 6,100$ 6,170 $ 6,242District Governance102 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 051070 Board Member Fees2,1752,0752,7003,0252,7002,7002,70051120 Membership & Licensing Fees00300150300311324Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 2,175 $ 2,075 $ 3,000 $ 3,175$ 3,000$ 3,011 $ 3,02452010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 52000 Supplies$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 053060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 0Subtotal 53000 Usage$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 054010 Postage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 054100 Travel Expenses003,1001,5503,1003,1593,219Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$0 $0 $ 3,100 $ 1,550$ 3,100$ 3,159 $ 3,21955010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 0$ 2,175 $ 2,075 $ 6,100 $ 4,725$ 6,100$ 6,170 $ 6,242Total General Fund Operating ExpenseMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionBoard of Trustees Expense Object103 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET104 RATE COMMISSION Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Human Resources Operations Finance Engineering Information Systems Civil Service Commission Rate Commission 105 Rate Commission Mission Any change in a rate recommended to the Board by the Rate Commission shall be accompanied by a statement of the Rate Commission that the proposed rate change, and all portions thereof: 1. Is consistent with constitutional, statutory or common law as amended from time to time. 2. Enhances the District’s ability to provide adequate sewer and drainage systems and facilities, or related services. 3. Is consistent with and not in violation of any covenant or provision relating to any outstanding bonds or indebtedness of the District. 4. Does not impair the ability of the District to comply with applicable Federal or State laws or regulations as amended from time to time. 5. Imposes a fair and reasonable burden on all classes of ratepayers. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES There shall be a rate commission (“Rate Commission”) to review and make recommendations to the Board regarding all proposed changes in wastewater rates, stormwater rates and tax rates or change in the structure of any of the foregoing (“Rate”). 106 Rate CommissionFY13FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedRate Commission$ (15,669) $ (10) $ 512,200 $ 512,200$ 75,000$0$0TOTAL EXPENSES $ (15,669) $ (10) $ 512,200 $ 512,200$ 75,000$0$0The Rate Commission is established every four years to consider new wastewater and stormwater service charges. Expenses related to the Rate Commission are in relation to recruitment of members and public notices for hearings in addition to Professional Services for assistance from an outside firm to develop new rates. -$0.100$0.000$0.100$0.200$0.300$0.400$0.500$0.600ExpensesActualForecastBudgetProjected107 FY13FY14 FY15 FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARY Actual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $0 $0 $0$5,400$0$0$052000 Supplies(11)090045000053000 Usage000 506,35000054000 Contractual Services (15,658)(10) 511,300075,0000055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ (15,669) $ (10) $ 512,200$512,200$ 75,000$0$0Rate Commission108 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 052010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 052100 Instrument Supplies(11)004,50000052310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl00400000052320 Office Supplies0050062600052330 Computer Supplies000274000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$(11) $0 $ 900 $ 5,400$0$0$ 053060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 053270 Telephone Usage000450000Subtotal 53000 Usage$0 $0 $0 $450$0$0$ 054010 Postage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 054080 Advertising Services0090,000134,00010,0000054180 Courier And Freight001,30075000054190 Property & Other Space Rental0002,0001,0000054520 Professional Service(15,658)(10) 420,000368,00064,0000054710 Community Outreach Programs0001,600000Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ (15,658) $(10) $ 511,300 $ 506,350$ 75,000$0$ 055010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 0$ (15,669) $(10) $ 512,200 $ 512,200$ 75,000$0$ 0Total General Fund Operating ExpenseMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionRate Commission Expense Object109 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET110 SECRETARY- TREASURER Secretary Treasurer Audit Administration Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Operations Engineering Treasury Finance Human Resources Secretary-Treasurer 111 Secretary-Treasurer Mission Secretary/Treasurer serves as Secretary to the Board of Trustees, manages District funds, provides administrative support and oversight to the Audit function, and provides service to all customers. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments 1. Continued to maintain strong credit ratings with all three rating agencies: S & P (AAA rating), Moody’s (Aa1 rating), and Fitch (AA+ rating) Strategy 2, Objective 3 2. Maintained FY15 department spend at FY11 levels. Strategy 2, Objective 2 3. Revised and updated Investment Policy Strategy 3, Objective 1 4. Supported Rate Commission process, including development and communications with key stakeholders. Strategy 2, Objective 2 112 Secretary-Treasurer FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsb)c)d)e)f)a)a)b)c)a)b)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)Complete implementation of software solution and modify existing business processes as required to meet the industry's best practices. Implement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Evaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. 3rd Quarter 4th QuarterComplete Rate Commission process for FY 2017-20201st Quarter 2nd QuarterOngoingManage District's key financial ratios to maintain current bond ratings and Consent Decree compliance. Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements. OngoingPursue external sources of funding, where available. OngoingDevelop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessObjective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceOngoingStrategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Objective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved CommunicationObjective 2: Implement Development Review/Permitting Business Process ImprovementBegin implementation of organizational changes required to fully benefit from the implementation of the software solution and business process improvements.Begin implementation of paperless process utilizing tools such as electronic plan review and electronic payment procedures, as supported by good business processes.Objective 3: Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process ImprovementComplete implementation of Phase 1 software solutino and modification of existing business processes to align with industry best practices.Objective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, 113 The FY16 Budget of $3.4 million reflects anThis budget reflects no change in the increase of $2.0 million over the FY15 Forecast. number of full-time equivalent positions.The increase is primarily in Contractual Services with $1.5 million related to the cost to ballot initiatives and a $237 thousand increase in Professional Services.Secretary-Treasurer Department$0.0$0.5$1.0$1.5$2.0$2.5$3.0in millionsExpenses0246810PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual114 FY13 FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDistrict Secretary Divison $ 193,989 $ 230,002 $ 301,926 $ 291,469$ 1,810,475$ 317,325 $ 324,237Treasurer Division582,084 698,764 762,002 622,984763,139779,874 796,729Audit Division 591,913 478,847 586,494 502,039804,457819,805 836,266TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,367,984 $ 1,407,614 $ 1,650,422 $ 1,416,490$ 3,378,071$ 1,917,004 $ 1,957,231ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYDistrict Secretary Divison2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Treasurer Division4.004.004.004.004.004.004.00Audit Division 0.000.001.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS6.006.007.007.007.007.007.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance Measures FY13 FY14 FY15 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18Debt Coverage Ratio-Senior3.40 3.30 2.50 3.40 2.50 2.50 2.50Debt Coverage Ratio-All In1.90 2.60 1.60 2.05 1.60 1.60 1.60Secretary-Treasurer Department Goal115 FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 263,080 $ 205,361 $ 260,098 $ 266,679$ 269,665$ 275,740 $ 281,86252000 Supplies1,692811,9001,0331,9001,9361,97353000 Usage-------54000 Contractual Services(70,783) 24,560 38,828 23,2071,537,81038,528 39,26055000 Capital Outlay001,1005501,1001,1211,142TOTAL EXPENSES $ 193,989 $ 230,002 $ 301,926 $ 291,469$ 1,810,475$ 317,325 $ 324,237ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.002.002.002.002.002.002.001) 2) 3)4)5)6) Serves as the administrative liaison between the Legal Department and the Board of ElectionCommissioners to assure that the appropriate issues are placed on the ballot in an appropriateand timely fashion.Coordinate the meetings and functions of the Rate Commission.Attesting to various documents and records. District Secretary DivisionDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis area is responsible for: Maintaining the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Trustees and issuing the minutes prior to the next Board meeting. Maintaining a complete record of all ordinances, resolutions and journals. Administering and maintaining oaths of office of the Directors and Trustees and maintaining information regarding conflict of interest situations. 116 FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 338,556 $ 298,072 $ 351,546 $ 206,388$ 339,283$ 347,959 $ 356,60252000 Supplies8,0843,9938,5504,9798,5508,712 8,87853000 Usage0045622845647048454000 Contractual Services235,617 396,700 396,450 408,889409,850417,637 425,57355000 Capital Outlay(174)05,0002,5005,0005,095 5,192TOTAL EXPENSES $ 582,084 $ 698,764 $ 762,002 $ 622,984$ 763,139$ 779,874 $ 796,729ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.001.001.001.00Professional1.001.001.001.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support3.003.003.003.003.003.003.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 4.004.004.004.004.004.004.00This area is responsible for: 1) 2) 3)4)5)6)7)8)to ensure that cash resources will be available to meet District obligations on a timely basis. Investing excess funds in compliance with Plan and with the primary objectives, in order of priority: 1) safety, 2) liquidity, and 3) yield.Coordinating the activities related to the issuance of debt.Treasurer DivisionDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESMaintaining depository relationships with banking institutions and preparing cash forecastsMaintaining federal and state legislative relationships to improve funding opportunities. Monitoring the pension, defined contribution and deferred compensation plans of the District. The deposit of all monies coming into the District. Acting as a liaison for all investor related activities. Assist in coordinating the efforts of the Finance Committee and the Audit Committee.117 FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 118,227 $ 102,674 $ 101,244 $ 111,550$ 115,157$ 117,408 $ 120,52452000 Supplies4,099692 5,3503,1477,9008,050 8,20353000 Usage00 -0---54000 Contractual Services469,587 375,481 479,900 387,342679,900692,818 705,98255000 Capital Outlay00 -01,5001,529 1,558TOTAL EXPENSES $ 591,913 $ 478,847 $ 586,494 $ 502,039$ 804,457$ 819,805 $ 836,266ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional0.000.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS0.000.001.001.001.001.001.001)2)(external firm acting as internal audit) audit functions. Audit DivisionDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESProvides contract administration for the annual audit of the District's Financial Statements. Provides Internal Audit Administration services and coordinates and supports Internal118 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 478,747 $ 450,867 $ 531,098 $ 426,515$ 539,451$ 549,373 $ 560,36051020 Overtime441500000051120 Membership & Licensing Fees1,5741,7142,7951,9972,6952,7972,90751210 FICA Taxes34,65633,12537,87531,48938,97238,90738,90751220 Group Insurance56,21843,03155,63557,91573,85281,20887,99151230 Pension Contribution91,25077,12185,48566,65469,13468,82268,82251234 EAP1019904700051510 Temporary Help57,272000000Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 719,862 $ 606,107 $ 712,888 $ 584,617$ 724,105$ 741,108 $ 758,98752010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 052090 Electrical Supplies(20)3003000052120 Laboratory Supplies20000000052170 Safety Supplies23700000052240 Hand Tools0280000052320 Office Supplies2,1441,0233,7502,5273,8003,8723,94652330 Computer Supplies1,4233382,0001,0712,0002,0382,07752340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit3,33801,0005003,0003,0573,11552380 Publications/Training Supplies4,1291,7566,9503,9357,4507,5927,73652390 Administrative Supplies7309432,1001,0952,1002,1402,18152400 Furniture & Office Equipment -1,69464900000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 13,875 $ 4,766 $ 15,800 $ 9,159$ 18,350$ 18,699 $ 19,05453060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 053270 Telephone Usage00456228456470484Subtotal 53000 Usage$0 $0 $ 456 $228$ 456$ 470 $ 48454010 Postage$97 $(85) $ 260 $130$ 260$ 265 $ 27054050 Office System Services32,51831,29233,00032,10035,00035,66536,34354060 Printing Services0050025050051051954080 Advertising Services20,33919,40920,00010,00020,00020,38020,767Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionSecretary Treasurer DepartmentExpense Object119 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionSecretary Treasurer DepartmentExpense Object54100 Travel Expenses4,1345,7198,7184,8338,5008,6628,82654140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees4,1896038,8005,2278,8008,9679,13854160 Data Imaging Services(112)00000054180 Courier And Freight4,1533,8723,9003,9864,5004,5864,67354190 Property & Other Space Rental7,5357,33215,00011,13315,00015,28515,57554360 Banking Services Total(347)2,43485,00043,14585,00086,61588,26154370 Board Of Election Commission00001,500,0000054400 Judgments & Claims Settlements(61)106010500054520 Professional Service559,439 723,066 731,000703,652941,000958,879 977,09854530 Building Repairs & Services8092,0101,5001,1251,5001,5291,55854570 Machinery & Equipment Services1,7274800000054600 Electrical Repair Services05030000054670 Other Governmental Fees007,5003,7507,5007,6437,788Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 634,421 $ 796,741 $ 915,178 $ 819,437$ 2,627,560$ 1,148,984 $ 1,170,81455010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 055090 Furniture & Office Equipment(174)03,1001,5504,1004,1784,25755110 Computer Equipment003,0001,5003,5003,5673,634Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$ (174) $0 $ 6,100 $ 3,050$ 7,600$ 7,744 $ 7,892$ 1,367,984 $ 1,407,614 $ 1,650,422 $ 1,416,490$ 3,378,071$ 1,917,004 $ 1,957,231Total General Fund Operating Expense120 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Human Resources Operations Finance Civil Service Commission Information Systems Engineering 121 Civil Service Commission Mission The Civil Service Commission shall: 1. Advise the Board, Executive Director, and Human Resources Director on problems concerning personnel administration. 2. Investigate certain personnel administrative decisions in the District service and report to the Board at least once a year its findings, conclusions, and recommendations. 3. Recommend civil service rules to the Board. 4. Hear appeals from disciplinary action. 5. Advise, assist, and cooperate in fostering the interest of institutions of learning and civic, professional, and employee organizations in the improvement of personnel standards and conditions in the District. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES There shall be a civil service commission to hold public hearings upon proposed civil service rules recommended by the Human Resources Director or by the Civil Service Commission. After such hearing, the Commission shall approve or reject the rules wholly or in part, or may modify them and approve them as so modified. The rules approved by the Commission shall then be submitted to the Board and shall become effective when adopted by ordinance. Such rules and ordinances shall include such provisions as may be necessary to establish a merit system for all positions in the classified service, and shall include a prohibition against the appointment, promotion, reduction, suspension, or removal of any officer or employee in the classified service, or seeking admission thereto, without just cause or because of his race, creed or color, or because of his political, religious, or union opinions or affiliations, except affiliations with any group or organization which seeks or advocates the overthrow of the government of the United States by force or violence or because of any other reason prohibited by law. 122 Civil Service CommissionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedPersonnel Advisor$ 1,105 $ 6,087 $ 10,000 $ 6,075$ 10,000$ 10,095 $ 10,192TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,105 $ 6,087 $ 10,000 $ 6,075$ 10,000$ 10,095 $ 10,192$0.000$0.005$0.010$0.015$0.020$0.025in millionsActualForecastBudgetProjectedExpenses123 FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 230 $0 $ 5,000 $ 2,700$ 5,000$ 5,000 $ 5,00052000 Supplies000000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Service875 6,0875,000 3,3755,0005,095 5,19255000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,105 $ 6,087 $ 10,000 $ 6,075$ 10,000$ 10,095 $ 10,192Personnel Advisor124 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 051090 Civil Service Commision Fees23005,0002,7005,0005,0005,000Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$230 $0 $ 5,000 $ 2,700$ 5,000$ 5,000 $ 5,00052010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 52000 Supplies$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 053060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 0Subtotal 53000 Usage$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 054010 Postage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 054080 Advertising Services01,2690000054520 Professional Service8754,8185,0003,3755,0005,0955,192Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$875 $ 6,087 $ 5,000 $ 3,375$ 5,000$ 5,095 $ 5,19255010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 0$ 1,105 $ 6,087 $ 10,000 $ 6,075$ 10,000$ 10,095 $ 10,192Total General Fund Operating ExpenseMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionCivil Service Commission Expense Object125 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET126 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR District Administration Board of Trustees General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Human Resources Operations Finance Executive Director Public Information Engineering Information Systems Executive Director 127 Executive Director Mission The Mission of the Executive Director’s Department is to ensure all affairs of the District are in accordance with the District’s Charter, the policies of the Board of Trustees, inform and engage stakeholders regarding the services they receive from MSD, and the District’s importance to the community. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments 1. Successfully sustained and have begun normalizing MSD Project Clear communication efforts, establishing an understandable identity with the public. Strategy 1, Objective 1 2. Continued to solicit stakeholder input for the development of the 2015 rate proposal, and held numerous public meetings to explain the proposal once it was presented to the Rate Commission. Strategy 1, Objective 1 3. Continued to successfully sustain MSD's relationship with the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County through the establishment of regular and consistent communications with both entities. Strategy 1, Objective 2 4. In addition to more focused communications with individual municipalities, hosted over a dozen MSD Project Clear meetings for municipal officials, so as to keep these stakeholders current on MSD's current and future strategic plans. Strategy 1, Objective 2 5. Continued the maintenance of a District-wide blog for use by the Executive Director and senior management to communicate with employees and kicked-off the “Let’s Talk” initiative to further ingrain internal two-way communications within the framework of the District. Strategy 6, Objective 1 6. Continued an internal communications campaign that is focused on educating employees on the messages MSD is working to communicate to the public through MSD Project Clear. Strategy 6, Objective 1 7. Continue to assess the role of social media in internal communications and what changes to technology and policies will be needed if the decision is made to make these resources available to employees. Strategy 6, Objective 1 128 Executive Director FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 1: Execute Community Outreach Programsa)b)c)d)e)f)Objective 2: Execute Outreach Programs for Elected Representatives and Other Municipal Officialsa)b)c)d)e)f)Objective 3: Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsc)d)h)Strategy 2: Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial ImpactsObjective 1: Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenuea)Objective 2: Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa)Objective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needse)f)1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th QuarterEvaluate initiatives implemented to address future communications and customer service needs.Implement strategies identified for the next phase of Public Communication and Outreach Programs based on 90-day model for Project ClearOngoingContinue communication with the key stakeholders and the public regarding the Rate Commission process and the resulting Rate Commission Report.Continue implementation of communications plan for stormwater funding.OngoingEvaluate and develop strategies and identify the required resources for the next phase of Public Communication and Outreach Programs.Develop recommendations for public outreach programs to reduce nutrients in wastewater and stormwater, consistent with the Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy.Develop legislative priorities for both State and Federal activities and obtain legislative sponsors. Conduct meetings with St. Louis City (Mayor's office and Board of Alderman), St. Louis County (County Executive's office and County Council) regarding District goals and needs.OngoingContinue to enhance relationships with municipalities through Project Clear briefings and other outreach efforts targeting elected officials and administration.OngoingConduct annual legislative briefings in Jefferson City for State of Missouri legislators. OngoingConduct legislative briefings for Federal legislators. Provide annual report on Legislative Outreach Program results and assess future activities for enhancing effectiveness. Continue implementation of the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) and report on progress. OngoingBegin to implement water shutoff solution to increase collection of delinquent sewer charges.Continue relationships with external stakeholders of the District's MWBE utilization initiative, such as co-operative programs with non-profit organizations, schools, colleges, and disadvantaged youth programs, as well as with corporate and professional/trade association partners.Evaluate the SLATE (St. Louis Agency on Training and Employee) First Source Hiring Program to provide opportunities for contractors to hire low income, unemployed and under employed individuals for District projects. OngoingManage District's O & M expenses to ensure expenditures do not increase more than three percent (3%) as outlined in the 2011 Rate Commission Report. Develop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Complete Rate Commission process for FY 2017-2020129 Executive Director FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quartera)b)a)b)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)b)c)a)b)c)f)a)c)a)Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessObjective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceObjective 2: Improve Organizational Effectiveness through Leadership DevelopmentAdvocate in state and local environmental and economic organizations such as the Association of Missouri Clean water Agencies (AMCA).Implement multi-department group's recommendations on use of digital tools to facilitate internal communication, considering IS capacity and security issues. Develop and implement benchmark management feedback assessment.Advocate in the Water Environment Federation (WEF), Water Environmental Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on water quality issues. Maintain a dialog with the Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) on crtical water quality issues in the St. Louis area.Strategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved CommunicationImplement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. data, software, hardware, etc.) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.Strategy 4: Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementObjective 1: Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory IssuesAdvocate in regulatory stakeholder groups created to address nutrient criteria, ammonia criteria, bacteria criteria, wet weather issues, Impaired Waters (303d) Listing and Methodology and other changes to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) effluent regulations and water quality standards. Evaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. OngoingOngoingObjective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Adopt the District's Document Retention Policy. Continue to validate that Consent Decree performance meets regulatory requirements and make improvements and refine as needed. Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. Objective 7: Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsCreate and document a customer service strategy/plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.Identify and prioritize potential opportunities for customer service improvements based on business process touch points.130 The Executive Director's Budget for FY16 is $1.4 million, This budget reflects no change in the an increase of $0.3 million over the FY15 Forecast. number of full-time equivalent positions.The increase is primarily in Contractual Services for Professional Services contracts.Executive Director Department012345PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual$0.0$0.2$0.4$0.6$0.8$1.0$1.2in millionsExpenses131 Executive Director Department FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDistrict Administration Division$ 459,621 $ 416,728 $ 446,817 $ 409,125$ 453,799$ 461,484 $ 472,253Public Information Division805,027 587,744 838,398 726,674970,089927,491 945,825TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,264,649 $ 1,004,472 $ 1,285,215 $ 1,135,798$ 1,423,887$ 1,388,976 $ 1,418,078ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYDistrict Administration Division2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Public Information Division2.002.004.004.004.004.004.00TOTAL POSITIONS4.004.006.006.006.006.006.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance Measures FY13 FY14 FY15 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY188.20 8.33 8.00 8.60 8.00 8.00 8.00Overall rating for MSD, as responded to by MSD customers, where they rank MSD versus other area utilities on a 10 point scale (1 = worst possible score and 10 = best possible score)Goal132 District Administration Division FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 452,597 $ 405,468 $ 434,777 $ 398,066$ 436,010$ 443,348 $ 453,76452000 Supplies1,0252,1971,2509501,2501,274 1,29853000 Usage077678065080082484954000 Contractual Services5,9998,287 10,0109,45915,73916,038 16,34355000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 459,621 $416,728 $ 446,817 $ 409,125$ 453,799$ 461,484 $ 472,253ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESResponsible for the effective and efficient management of all District functions in accordance with the Plan of the District and as directed by the Board of Trustees. 133 Public Information DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 278,417 $ 191,829 $ 275,898 $ 226,761$ 331,376$ 336,098 $ 343,17852000 Supplies15,239 35,953 41,250 39,21043,61541,524 42,31353000 Usage4391,415 1,5001,4362,0001,5451,59154000 Contractual Services510,932 358,546 519,750 459,268593,098548,324 558,74255000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 805,028 $ 587,744 $ 838,398 $ 726,674$ 970,089$ 927,491 $ 945,825ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional1.001.003.003.003.003.003.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.002.004.004.004.004.004.00where MSD might work more closely with the St. Louis community it serves. Public Information Division informs the District's stakeholders about the services DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES they receive from MSD and the District's importance to the community through news releases, press events, newsletters and other activities. These efforts are designed to inform and engage stakeholders in District activities, and identify areas 134 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 383,404 $ 410,683 $ 459,974 $ 420,636$ 513,953$ 519,558 $ 529,94951030 Compensatory Pay Accrual26200000051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards11,26300000051120 Membership & Licensing Fees110,97840,77495,95259,64997,498101,208 105,15551210 FICA Taxes28,30827,13729,30726,63529,77829,52029,52051220 Group Insurance32,76625,25935,73427,58536,52239,94543,10251230 Pension Contribution93,81789,60989,70890,28989,63589,21589,21551234 EAP636403300051510 Temporary Help70,1533,77300000Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 731,014 $ 597,298 $ 710,675 $ 624,827$ 767,385$ 779,447 $ 796,94252010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 052150 Plumbing Supplies1,4703000000052170 Safety Supplies02,8240000052240 Hand Tools0(16)0000052300 Safety Footwear01970000052310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl029063500052320 Office Supplies1,0113,3624,5003,0313,5003,5673,63452330 Computer Supplies281,0935009,0332,1051,0191,03852340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit023303,1181,7600052370 Photo & Video Supplies49871025012525025526052380 Publications/Training Supplies7528271,5001,2841,5001,5291,55852390 Administrative Supplies12,50628,34735,75022,93435,75036,42937,12152400 Furniture & Office Equipment -024500000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 16,264 $ 38,149 $ 42,500 $ 40,160$ 44,865$ 42,798 $ 43,61153060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 053270 Telephone Usage4392,1912,2802,0852,8002,3692,440Subtotal 53000 Usage$439 $ 2,191 $ 2,280 $ 2,085$ 2,800$ 2,369 $ 2,44054010 Postage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionExecutive Director DepartmentExpense Object135 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionExecutive Director DepartmentExpense Object54050 Office System Services0065032565066267554060 Printing Services7025,92420,00017,0606,5006,6246,74954080 Advertising Services183,399 188,294 182,500103,750115,000117,185 119,41254100 Travel Expenses6,91410,84417,36014,47122,08722,50922,93654120 Photo Services8,014(500)5,0003,5005,0005,0955,19254140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees2,2874,00910,5007,98511,50011,71911,94154180 Courier And Freight7725891,1005701,1001,1211,14254190 Property & Other Space Rental8141,2162,5001,6742,5002,5472,59654520 Professional Service263,96058,375 130,150142,641256,500205,329 209,23054530 Building Repairs & Services1,170002,75000054560 Motor Vehicle Services01,0800000054570 Machinery & Equipment Services01,1180000054580 Equipment Rental01,7150000054710 Community Outreach Programs48,90094,170 160,000174,000188,000191,572 195,212Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 516,932 $ 366,834 $ 529,760 $ 468,726$ 608,837$ 564,362 $ 575,08555010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 0$ 1,264,649 $ 1,004,472 $ 1,285,215 $ 1,135,798$ 1,423,887$ 1,388,976 $ 1,418,078Total General Fund Operating Expense136 General Counsel General Counsel Administration District Administration Engineering Board of Trustees Executive Director Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Litigation & Claims Operations General Counsel Human Resources Finance 137 General Counsel Mission The General Counsel’s office is responsible for all legal matters concerning the District. The Department provides legal services and guidance as requested or required by the Board of Trustees, Executive Director and District staff. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments 1. Managed legal challenges associated with the implementation of the District's Consent Decree. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 2. Successfully defended the District before the Civil Service Commission; Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Civil Court and Federal Court in a wide variety of litigation matters. (Strategy 6, Objective 3) 3. Provided legal counseling to the District on various matters, including but not limited to, acquiring property rights, coordinating property buy-outs for projects associated with regulatory compliance and customer service level issues, regulatory compliance programs and procurement issues. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 4. Participated in stakeholders groups to develop sound technical basis for regulatory issues. (Strategy 4, Objectives 1 & 2) 138 General Counsel FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 2: Execute Outreach Programs for Elected Representatives and Other Municipal Officialsa)d)e)f)Objective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needse)f)a)a)b)c)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)b)c)a)b)a)a)Complete Rate Commission process for FY 2017-20201st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th QuarterConduct legislative briefings for Federal legislators. Conduct annual legislative briefings in Jefferson City for State of Missouri legislators. OngoingProvide annual report on Legislative Outreach Program results and assess future activities for enhancing effectiveness. Objective 5: Implement a Land Utilization PlanDefine a land utilization plan to identify any parcels for potential purchase for future improvement and/or expansion of existing facilities to meet CIRP program including potential future opportunities for green infrastructure and city shed.Strategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved CommunicationImplement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Develop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Objective 2: Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed PlanningStrategy 5: Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramPropose new legislation and regulations enabling Integrated Watershed Planning.Identify and prioritize potential opportunities for customer service improvements based on business process touch points.Create and document a customer service strategy/plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.Work with MDNR to develop scientifically-based Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) with reasonable implementation plans for the St. Louis area. Evaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Objective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Recovery Adopt the District's Document Retention Policy. Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. Objective 7: Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsIdentify and document technology enablers (e.g. data, software, hardware, etc.) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.Develop legislative priorities for both State and Federal activities and obtain legislative sponsors. Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessObjective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceBased on Request for Proposal (RFP) process, evaluate and select software solution.Strategy 4: Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementOngoing139 The FY16 Budget of $2.5 million reflects a decreaseThis budget reflects an increase of 1of $73 thousand compared to the FY15 Forecast. full-time equivalent positions allocated to The variance is the result of an increase in Personnel this department.Services for 1 additional FTE and decreases inSupplies and Contractual Services.General Counsel$0.0$0.5$1.0$1.5$2.0$2.5$3.0in millionsExpenses0246810PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual140 General Counsel DepartmentFY13 FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedGeneral Counsel District Administration Division $ 241,179 $ 207,579 $ 209,461 $ 216,561$ 220,256$ 222,989 $ 227,484Litigation and Claims Division1,330,260 2,202,750 1,959,340 1,906,8042,092,2422,130,071 2,173,435General Counsel Administration Division383,473 388,298 389,403 437,876176,185400,637 408,934TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,954,912 $ 2,798,626 $ 2,558,204 $ 2,561,241$ 2,488,683$ 2,753,697 $ 2,809,854ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYGeneral Counsel District Administration Division2.002.001.001.001.001.001.00Litigation and Claims Division3.003.005.005.006.006.006.00General Counsel Administration Division2.002.001.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS 7.007.007.007.008.008.008.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActual Actual Goal ForecastKey Performance MeasuresFY13 FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18Litigation matters supported by outside counseln/a17%20%12%20%20%20%Goal141 General Counsel District Administration DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 64,863 $ 69,578 $ 67,053 $ 74,190$ 75,278$ 76,946 $ 79,08852000 Supplies78,746 94,098 84,100 188,26193,95095,735 97,55453000 Usage56048050049050051553054000 Contractual Services239,304 224,142 236,750 174,4355,956226,931 231,24355000 Capital Outlay00 1,000500500510519TOTAL EXPENSES $ 383,473 $ 388,298 $ 389,403 $ 437,876$ 176,185$ 400,637 $ 408,934ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional1.001.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical1.001.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.001.001.001.001.001.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.002.001.001.001.001.001.00This division is responsible for performing complex office administrative support to the entire General Counsel Department. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES142 Litigation and Claims DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 566,174 $ 589,703 $ 600,652 $ 556,431$ 729,121$ 741,092 $ 758,06552000 Supplies43284001,1400053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services764,043 1,612,763 1,358,688 1,350,3731,361,9811,388,980 1,415,37055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,330,260 $ 2,202,750 $ 1,959,340 $ 1,906,804$ 2,092,242$ 2,130,071 $ 2,173,435ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional3.003.004.004.005.005.005.00Technical0.000.001.001.001.001.001.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS3.003.005.005.006.006.006.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis function handles all litigation and claims involving the District. In those instances when the District is represented by outside counsel either assigned bythe District's insurance carrier or when chosen by the District, this functional area coordinates the work, acts as liaison and generally, actively participates and assists outside counsel in the litigation. 143 General Counsel Administration DivisionFY13FY14FY15 2007-2008FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 235,818 $ 202,431 $ 202,396 $ 210,143$ 217,402$ 220,081 $ 224,52152000 Supplies000000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services5,3615,148 7,0656,4182,8542,9082,96355000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $241,179 $ 207,579 $ 209,461 $ 216,561$ 220,256$ 222,989 $ 227,484ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.001.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.002.001.001.001.001.001.00This function also communicates with federal, state, and local officials through either lobbying efforts,attending public meetings or meeting individually with public officials about the benefits of the servicesprovided by MSD and the need to secure additional support. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis division is responsible for all legal matters involving or affecting the District. It provides legal services as requested or required by the District's Board of Trustees, Executive Director and staff. 144 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 596,085 $ 620,954 $ 633,605 $ 596,559$ 758,441$ 767,856 $ 783,21451020 Overtime1700000051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual0001,55800051120 Membership & Licensing Fees50,7235,1286,9557,0957,2756,4726,72451210 FICA Taxes42,39043,99542,68442,45550,74250,38150,38151220 Group Insurance59,30060,95460,55568,87887,79496,412 104,35851230 Pension Contribution118,231 130,571 126,302124,166117,550116,998 116,99851234 EAP109110052000Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 866,855 $ 861,712 $ 870,101 $ 840,764$ 1,021,802$ 1,038,118 $ 1,061,67452010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 052090 Electrical Supplies10180000052170 Safety Supplies0001800052220 Janitorial Supplies1200000052310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl024009900052320 Office Supplies3,8022,8235,0003,9503,2503,3123,37552330 Computer Supplies1226943,0001,86850051051952340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit0351001500052370 Photo & Video Supplies0851005010010210452380 Publications/Training Supplies74,02288,83975,000181,56489,00090,69192,41452390 Administrative Supplies8221,3521,0008111,1001,1211,14252400 Furniture & Office Equipment -019500000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 78,789 $ 94,382 $ 84,100 $ 188,261$ 95,090$ 95,735 $ 97,55453060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 053270 Telephone Usage560480500490500515530Subtotal 53000 Usage$560 $ 480 $ 500 $490$ 500$ 515 $ 53054010 Postage$22 $41 $0 $0$0$0$ 054050 Office System Services1852642,5001,25050051051954060 Printing Services02,4201,5007502,5002,5482,596Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionGeneral Counsel DepartmentExpense Object145 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionGeneral Counsel DepartmentExpense Object54100 Travel Expenses7,0548,27811,55310,22911,04111,90712,13354140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees6,2175,2107,0004,6258503,1083,16754160 Data Imaging Services15400000054180 Courier And Freight49834760050340040841554190 Property & Other Space Rental2,0752,4211,6002,2702,5002,5482,59654340 Other9000000054400 Judgments & Claims Settlements176,663 602,187 325,000219,363150,000152,850 155,75454420 Court Costs & Lien Fees2,6723,60222,75012,7543,0003,0573,11554520 Professional Service813,077 1,200,064 1,200,000 1,264,4811,200,0001,441,885 1,469,28154590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning07,2180000054670 Other Governmental Fees010,0000000054710 Community Outreach Programs0030,00015,000000Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 1,008,708 $ 1,842,052 $ 1,602,503 $ 1,531,226$ 1,370,791$ 1,618,819 $ 1,649,57755010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 055110 Computer Equipment001,000500500510519Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$0 $0 $ 1,000 $500$ 500$ 510 $ 519$ 1,954,912 $ 2,798,626 $ 2,558,204 $ 2,561,241$ 2,488,683$ 2,753,697 $ 2,809,854Total General Fund Operating Expense146 HUMAN RESOURCES Director of Human Resources Benefits Risk Management Recruiting Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Diversity Operations Human Resources Engineering Training Finance 147 Human Resources Mission The Human Resources Department is a professional services team supporting a learning and business oriented culture based on accountability, such that we:  Assist the District and its employees to enhance skills, performance and work satisfaction  Support the District to achieve the Strategic Business Plan  Ensure equal employee treatment and recognition  Ensure equal MWBE access to MSD’s procurement of goods and services  Manage the District’s loss prevention programs We measure our success by our customer’s satisfaction with our performance in accomplishing mutual objectives. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments: 1. Training and Education Division directed 64 graduates through 5 District-approved apprenticeship programs, the Training staff delivered 35 courses to nearly 900 employees, and developed and delivered 4 new training. Strategy 6, Objective 3 2. Risk Management Division implemented new safety/health procedures which reduced our worker compensation claims by 13% and associated medical costs in excess of 24%. Additionally, the Division accomplished facility audits of all MSD buildings which resulted in an increase in measurable compliance for all sites. Strategy 2, Objective 2 3. Benefits Division rolled out a District-wide Wellness Program which is designed to educate employees about Wellness and reduce future medical costs. Highlights of the roll out included Biometric screenings and an on-line Personal Health Education Assessment. The District-wide Wellness Team continues to ensure field representation and, with the On-Site Wellness coordinator, explore and develop new Wellness initiatives. The Division also promoted the District’s high deductible medical plan which resulted in a 14% increase in participation of the Plan. Strategy 2, Objective 6 4. Recruiting Division increased diversity new hires by nearly 20% and exceeded it’s goals of Diversity Managerial and Professional Recruitment by 23% and 37% respectively. The Division’s Diversity Recruitment Plan ensured a broader outreach to applicants and more than doubled it’s applicant pool from previous years. Strategy 1, Objective 3 5. Diversity Division’s First Source Hiring Program through SLATE successfully graduated students to form an applicant pool for contractor hiring. The Division rolled out a MSD BUD training program which graduated 15 students in May 2015. Additionally, the Division implemented a new MWBE software system for contractor tracking compliance and established a scholarship for minority students in the Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville ERTC program for Waste Water Treatment Operators. Strategy 1, Objective 3 148 Human Resources FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 3: Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsa)b)c)d)h)Objective 2: Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesb)Objective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsf)a)b)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)b)c)a)b)c)d)e)a)b)Develop a mentorship program to assist employees interest in leadership opportunities.Identify inconsistent application of District policies.Objective 3: Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and TrainingCreate a post-orientation electronic survey to monitor the program's effectiveness with new/promoted employees. Use survey results to enhance employee orientation.Assess employees interested in leadership and address as part of performance management system.Complete senior leadership teamwork training.To promote greater awareness of the District's business functions, initiate cross-functional learning sessions to be led by different department/functional groups and provide videotape learning sessions to all non-attendees via Intranet.Implement multi-department group's recommendations on use of digital tools to facilitate internal communication, considering IS capacity and security issues. Develop and implement effective communication component in management training and performance assessments.Develop and implement benchmark management feedback assessment.Strategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved CommunicationImplement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Objective 2: Improve Organizational Effectiveness through Leadership DevelopmentHost semi-annual networking events for MWBE program to increase participation in the District's CIRP aligning with the needs defined by the current disparity study.OngoingContinue implementation of the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) and report on progress. OngoingOngoingContinue relationships with external stakeholders of the District's MWBE utilization initiative, such as co-operative programs with non-profit organizations, schools, colleges, and disadvantaged youth programs, as well as with corporate and professional/trade association partners.4th Quarter1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd QuarterReview the appropriateness of the Minority Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) certification agencies.OngoingEvaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Evaluate the SLATE (St. Louis Agency on Training and Employee) First Source Hiring Program to provide opportunities for contractors to hire low income, unemployed and under employed individuals for District projects. Evaluate results of occupational injury prevention program to mitigate "at risk" behaviors, and revise accordingly.Develop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessObjective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceObjective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Recovery Needs and Policies Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. 149 The FY16 Budget of $10.3 million represents an increase of $1.4 No new full-time equivalent position were added million compared to the FY15 Forecast. The increase is the result to the Human Resources Budget. of higher Salary & Wages and Benefits expenses. Additionally,Contractual Services for professional services and communityoutreach are increasing.Human Resources Department$0$2$4$6$8$10$12in millions05101520253035PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActualExpenses150 Human Resources DepartmentFY13 FY14FY15 FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedTraining Division$ 1,020,929 $ 922,473 $ 1,112,312 $ 991,365$ 1,259,314$ 1,180,232 $ 1,206,215Benefits Division4,148,477 4,441,087 5,153,251 4,838,1275,479,7725,704,274 5,914,729Recruiting Division495,634 518,477 529,636 522,705610,815620,676 634,217Diversity Division 589,258 1,466,224 1,164,656 926,0261,509,8231,538,521 1,572,645Risk Management Division 4,331,839 4,476,692 4,890,607 1,636,0871,417,9521,329,239 1,356,084TOTAL EXPENSES $ 10,586,137 $ 11,824,952 $ 12,850,462 $ 8,914,310$ 10,277,675$ 10,372,940 $ 10,683,889ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYTraining Division5.805.806.006.006.206.206.20Benefits Division3.803.804.004.004.204.204.20Recruiting Division4.804.805.005.005.205.205.20Diversity Division 2.802.805.009.009.209.209.20Risk Management Division 7.807.808.008.007.207.207.20TOTAL POSITIONS 25.00 25.00 28.00 32.0032.0032.0032.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance Measures FY13 FY14 FY15 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18n/a n/a 15%Mgt 23% minority, 54% Female - Professionals 37% both categories 15% 15% 15%n/a n/a 10% 14% 10% 10% 10%n/a n/a 25% 15% 20% 20% 20%n/a n/a 100% 100 100% 100% 100%GoalIncrease % of Diverse Hires in Management and Professionals CategoriesIncrease Employee Utilization of Benefits PercentageConduct Required Safety and Health Training for all Staff - 6 CoursesReduce % of Recordable Accidents and Incidences151 Training DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 742,006 $ 720,973 $ 803,174 $ 785,167$ 801,984$ 819,324 $ 841,66052000 Supplies 5,288 7,178 6,005 5,7997,0807,215 7,35253000 Usage 399 0 762 38100054000 Contractual Services 273,235 194,322 302,371 200,017450,250353,694 357,20355000 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,020,929 $ 922,473 $ 1,112,312 $ 991,365$ 1,259,314$ 1,180,232 $ 1,206,215ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.401.401.401.401.40Professional3.003.003.203.203.403.403.40Technical0.200.200.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.201.201.401.401.401.401.40Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS5.805.806.006.006.206.206.20DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESIn partnership with all MSD departments, assess and identify organizational readiness to achieve the District's Strategic Business Plan; perform as consultants,coaches, instructional designers, instructors and administrators of programs to achieve successful employee performance; provide professional developmentthrough the Educational Assistance Program; develop and/or administer technicaland general training programs; and publish the monthly UPDATE newsletter. 152 Benefits DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,093,306 $ 4,377,489 $ 5,100,300 $ 4,778,546$ 5,383,586$ 5,606,260 $ 5,814,85352000 Supplies2,673 1,584 1,955 1,8131,9802,0182,05653000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services52,497 62,014 50,996 57,76894,20695,996 97,82055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,148,477 $ 4,441,087 $ 5,153,251 $ 4,838,127$ 5,479,772$ 5,704,274 $ 5,914,729ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.400.400.400.400.400.40Professional1.001.002.202.202.402.402.40Technical0.200.200.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.201.201.401.401.401.401.40Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS3.803.804.004.004.204.204.20DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESAdminister and communicate employee benefits programs consistent with Plan documents; ensure proper fiscal management of all benefit programs; periodicallyassess financial risk of plan designs. Responsibilities include group medical, dentallife, AD&D, long-term disability, vacation, sick leave, compensatory time, benefitrelated policies, and administration and employee communication for the Pensionand Deferred Compensation plans. 153 Recruiting Division FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 438,584 $ 459,965 $ 467,785 $ 460,813$ 491,981$ 499,584 $ 510,82452000 Supplies3,8328,4896,7057,90811,63011,851 12,07653000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services53,218 50,023 55,146 53,984107,204109,241 111,31655000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 495,634 $ 518,477 $ 529,636 $ 522,705$ 610,815$ 620,676 $ 634,217ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.401.401.401.401.40Professional2.002.002.202.202.402.402.40Technical0.200.200.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.201.201.401.401.401.401.40Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS4.804.805.005.005.205.205.20DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESProvide assistance and guidance to ensure accurate job descriptions; recruit diversified, highly-qualified candidates to fill vacancies in a timely manner; ensure internal job posting system considers qualified employees for promotional opportunities; ensure compensation practices are consistent with Civil Service regulations; and ensure all District policies and Human Resource practices fosterand support positive employee relations. 154 Diversity DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 351,712 $ 494,254 $ 480,770 $ 638,544$ 800,990$ 816,173 $ 836,52352000 Supplies3,7078,732 12,0504,3506,1556,2726,39153000 Usage1,0722,2534,3203,2144,3204,4504,58354000 Contractual Services232,766 960,985 667,516 279,918698,358711,627 725,14855000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 589,258 $ 1,466,224 $ 1,164,656 $ 926,026$ 1,509,823$ 1,538,521 $ 1,572,645ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.405.405.405.405.40Professional0.000.003.203.202.402.402.40Technical0.200.200.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.201.200.400.401.401.401.40Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.802.805.009.009.209.209.20contracting and purchasing transactions. For external stakeholders, comprised of minority and womenbusiness owners, services provided are beginning-to-end review of all applicable projects and purchase orders for contract goal compliance, the use of effective sourcing techniques, encouragement of inter-business referrals, community outreach, and timely expenditure reporting. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Develop and administer policies, procedures and programs designed to support on-going improvementof the District's commitment to inclusion in all its activities, and communicates these ideals to internalpersonnel and external stakeholders. For internal personnel, services provided are administeringadherence to the District's minority and women business utilization objectives as applicable in and maintaining creation of Equal Employment and Affirmative Action practices and policies; and 155 Risk Management DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 652,924 $ 654,331 $ 709,726 $ 649,764$ 664,432$ 673,417 $ 687,72552000 Supplies13,631 16,601 15,590 23,55416,08016,386 16,69753000 Usage3,5743,4944,4004,8746,8007,0047,21454000 Contractual Services3,661,710 3,802,266 4,160,891 957,897730,640632,432 644,44855000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,331,839 $ 4,476,692 $ 4,890,607 $ 1,636,087$ 1,417,952$ 1,329,239 $ 1,356,084ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.401.401.401.401.40Professional5.005.005.205.205.405.405.40Technical0.200.200.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.201.201.401.400.400.400.40Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS7.807.808.008.007.207.207.20timely reports.may encounter: safety, security, emergency response, business interruption, etc., and then define a strategy to manage each. Third, manage the District's Water Back Up Overcharged Line Program and Dispute Resolution Board for Water Backup Program. Manage all third party claim administrative functions. Lastly, continuously educate management on the cost of losses through thorough and DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESDevelop and administer policies, procedures and programs designed to protect the District's assets byeducating, motivating, and training personnel in positive safety practices and programs thus preventing losses from accidents, injuries, and lost time. Second, identify all types of loss exposures the District156 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 1,677,072 $ 1,759,327 $ 1,871,819 $ 1,889,047$ 2,123,251$ 2,145,922 $ 2,188,84051020 Overtime1,2291,7293,0501,8281,9001,9001,90051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual(20,680) 13,94510,000(15,968)11,00011,00011,00051040 Sick Leave Accrual863,508 864,612 860,000873,231885,000885,000 885,00051050 Vacation Accrual821,183 760,238 850,000435,422875,000875,000 875,00051080 Floating Holiday Accrual66417,9250273,06600051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards47,79248,48849,52040,26842,40044,01145,72851120 Membership & Licensing Fees12,70019,43015,86015,51815,90516,50917,15351130 Education Assistance Program175,313 165,630 200,000186,533172,000178,536 185,49951210 FICA Taxes125,239 129,464 140,831139,352158,122156,680 156,68051220 Group Insurance931,473 785,460 1,146,371984,1311,228,4631,257,175 1,283,64951230 Pension Contribution328,134 346,296 374,078338,793339,931338,323 338,32351234 EAP14,81212,48015,2267,84115,00015,00015,00051240 Unemployment Insurance23,78243,47825,00029,93625,00025,95026,96251300 Other Post Employment Benefits1,271,935 1,703,508 2,000,000 2,108,5852,250,0002,463,750 2,660,85051510 Temporary Help4,37835,00305,250000Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 6,278,533 $ 6,707,013 $ 7,561,755 $ 7,312,833$ 8,142,972$ 8,414,756 $ 8,691,58552010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 052030 Machinery & Equipment Parts6004200052040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Ca7782380000052050 Construction & Bldg Supplies03740000052070 Hardware01901300052090 Electrical Supplies1,41631750(119)00052100 Instrument Supplies79600000052170 Safety Supplies4,5636,6944,2553,4984,8004,8914,98452220 Janitorial Supplies0002500052240 Hand Tools17501000052280 Uniforms01,3732,0801,08450051051952300 Safety Footwear1,2281,9672,2007953,0003,0573,11552310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl11458092400052320 Office Supplies3,9125,2675,7506,0715,9506,0636,178Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionHuman Resources DepartmentExpense Object157 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionHuman Resources DepartmentExpense Object52330 Computer Supplies1,4322,8382,8002,8482,8002,8532,90752340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit1,2906,2167,32012,0362,3002,3442,38852370 Photo & Video Supplies1,8972,2801,5002,4051,6001,6301,66152380 Publications/Training Supplies7,69012,80111,67511,25917,07517,39917,73052390 Administrative Supplies4,0101,7344,3002,5344,9004,9935,08852400 Furniture & Office Equipment -8503750000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 29,132 $ 42,582 $ 42,305 $ 43,424$ 42,925$ 43,741 $ 44,57253060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 053270 Telephone Usage5,0455,7479,4828,46911,12011,45411,797Subtotal 53000 Usage$ 5,045 $ 5,747 $ 9,482 $ 8,469$ 11,120$ 11,454 $ 11,79754010 Postage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 054050 Office System Services2341,99843,6802,21844,20045,04045,89654060 Printing Services1,8042,3265,6003,6635,9006,0126,12654080 Advertising Services21,58128,57925,00025,44035,00035,66536,34354100 Travel Expenses15,30819,65531,55033,49540,28841,05341,83354130 Bond & Liability Insurance2,440,002 2,423,326 2,934,275432,73300054140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees218,977 216,664 314,675174,937180,850184,286 187,78854141 Required Training Programs00030,621169,000169,000 169,00054160 Data Imaging Services2,2752,1482,6002,5052,6002,6492,70054180 Courier And Freight54147867066867068369654190 Property & Other Space Rental4,8393,2823,6503,4883,8503,9233,99854390 Hospital & Medical Services119,702 169,533 130,200137,380175,000178,325 181,71354400 Judgments & Claims Settlements379,088 (343,785) 400,000(45,332)00054410 Judgments & Claims Accrual(136,581) 880,660062,30200054520 Professional Service877,669 1,306,370 814,300290,368733,800645,842 658,11354530 Building Repairs & Services324,512 350,493 360,500306,797480,500377,540 384,71354560 Motor Vehicle Services02,589093600054630 HVAC Services04250000054690 Safety Services3,3864,8705,7205,1146,0006,1146,230158 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionHuman Resources DepartmentExpense Object54710 Community Outreach Programs900 164,50082,250203,000206,857 210,787Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 4,273,427 $ 5,069,610 $ 5,236,920 $ 1,549,583$ 2,080,658$ 1,902,990 $ 1,935,93555010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 0Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$0$0$0$0$0$0$ 0$ 10,586,137 $ 11,824,952 $ 12,850,462 $ 8,914,310$ 10,277,675$ 10,372,940 $ 10,683,889Total General Fund Operating Expense159 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET160 FINANCE Director of Finance Accounting Accounts Receivable Engineering Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Human Resources Purchasing Finance Operations 161 Finance Mission Manage the District’s costs and revenues to improve financial performance. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments 1. Received the Government Finance Officers’ Association (GFOA) award for Distinguished Budget Presentation for the 28th consecutive year. Strategy 2, Objective 2 2. Received the GFOA award for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the 27th consecutive year. Strategy 2, Objective 2 3. Received the GFOA award for Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR) for the 3rd consecutive year. Strategy 1, Objective 1 4. Completed the FY14 Financial Close on time, with no new audit findings along with no audit adjustments noted by the District’s External Auditors. Strategy 2, Objective 2 5. Reviewed, identified gaps and corrected asset attributes post Oracle go-live in GIS and Maximo. Strategy 3, Objective 6 6. Maintained an average of 97% District competitive spend rate. Strategy 2, Objective 2 7. Managed 358 Blanket contracts with > 7,000 lines. Strategy 2, Objective 2 8. Achieved a Post-Customer Contact Survey Rating of 8.4 out of a possible 10. Strategy 1, Objective 1 9. Continued 18 month implementation to upgrade District’s 10 year old Billing and Collection system. Strategy 3, Objective 3 10. Impact of Pre-collect Program has resulted in 12,500 fewer customers, on average, entering arrears each month, (11.3% reduction) since campaign improvements were launched. Strategy 2, Objective 1 11. Developed a Rate Change Proposal and participated in the 2015 Rate Commission Process. Strategy 2, Objective 2 162 Finance FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 1: Execute Community Outreach Programsb)Strategy 2: Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial ImpactsObjective 1: Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenuea)b)c)d)Objective 2: Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa)c)Objective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsb)c)e)f)a)a)b)a)b)c)Objective 3: Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process ImprovementComplete implementation of Phase 1 software solutino and modification of existing business processes to align with industry best practices.Complete implementation of Phase 1 organizational changes required to align with and best leverage the system upgrade.Begin to implement water shutoff solution to increase collection of delinquent sewer charges.OngoingManage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements. Assess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers. Promote "SmartPay" electronic payment, paperless billing and mobile application programs to increase customer participation.4th Quarter1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd QuarterOngoingOngoingOngoingManage District's O & M expenses to ensure expenditures do not increase more than three percent (3%) as outlined in the 2011 Rate Commission Report. Manage District's key financial ratios to maintain current bond ratings and Consent Decree compliance. Evaluate initiatives implemented to address future communications and customer service needs.Objective 2: Implement Development Review/Permitting Business Process ImprovementEvaluate results of efforts to expand low income program participation and revise accordingly.Continue to assess and modify collection process to achieve net average collection period for receivables to 45 days or less.Complete Rate Commission process for FY 2017-2020Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessObjective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceEvaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Develop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Complete implementation of software solution and modify existing business processes as required to meet the industry's best practices. Begin implementation of organizational changes required to fully benefit from the implementation of the software solution and business process improvements.Begin implementation of Phase 2 software solution and modification of existing business processes to align with industry best practices.Ongoing163 Finance FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun4th Quarter1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarterb)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)a)b)c)b)b)Objective 3: Implement Asset Management Programa)Objective 4: Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management Plana)b)a)b)a)Evaluate and define scope of the centralized responsibility model for the creation and management of facility maintenance plans and schedules for all locations and make recommendations concerning its potential implementation.Begin implementation of recommended platform for District facility information.Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree ar met.Objective 1: Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramDetermine stormwater operations and capital program funding requirements for FY16. Objective 2: Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramAdjust the infrastructure assessment and renewal plan in accordance with the revenue defined by the rate process.Form inter-departmental team to develop process plan to integrate asset records across IT systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS). Use documented asset renewal financial processes currently in practice as input to development of process plan.Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. data, software, hardware, etc.) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.Strategy 5: Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Identify and prioritize potential opportunities for customer service improvements based on business process touch points.Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. Objective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Objective 6: Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)Objective 7: Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsCreate and document a customer service strategy/plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.Implement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Objective 5: Implement a Land Utilization PlanDefine a land utilization plan to identify any parcels for potential purchase for future improvement and/or expansion of existing facilities to meet CIRP program including potential future opportunities for green infrastructure and city shed.Declare unimproved parcels that have potential commercial value to a private property owner/developer as surplus and seek buyers. Strategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved Communication164 The Finance FY16 Budget of $20.6 million represents an overall decrease This budget reflects the elimination of oneof $1.9 million from the FY15 Forecast. The majority of the decrease is full-time equivalent positions allocated to under Contractual Services and is related a one-time expense for the this department. implementation of the billing and collections system upgrade for the10-year old system.Finance Department 010203040506070PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual$0$5$10$15$20$25in millionsExpenses165 Finance DepartmentFY13 FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedAccounting Division$ 1,354,589$ 1,413,175 $ 1,573,736 $ 1,563,936$ 1,742,874$ 1,773,877 $ 1,818,472Purchasing Division 1,861,131 1,861,530 2,566,771 2,586,2212,134,0862,142,158 2,195,868Accounts Receivable Division 13,579,889 16,297,386 18,396,942 18,399,47216,742,43516,912,601 17,249,400TOTAL EXPENSES $ 16,795,615 $19,572,091 $ 22,537,450 $ 22,549,629$ 20,619,396$ 20,828,634 $ 21,263,738ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYAccounting Division20.00 18.00 18.0018.0020.0020.00 20.00Purchasing Division 10.00 12.00 12.0012.0012.0012.00 12.00Accounts Receivable Division 34.00 33.00 38.0038.0035.0035.00 35.00TOTAL POSITIONS 64.00 63.00 68.0068.0067.0067.00 67.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance Measures FY13 FY14 FY15 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY1898% 96% >95% 97% >95% >95% >95%83% 87% >/= 80% 84% >/= 80% >/= 80% >/= 80%52 days 51 days 45 days 61 days 45 days 45 days 45 daysNon-capital Competitive PurchasingOverall Quality of Service by A/R based on Customer SurveysAverage Collection PeriodGoal166 Accounting Division FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,330,462 $ 1,362,567 $ 1,459,592 $ 1,393,107$ 1,634,766$ 1,696,417 $ 1,739,54052000 Supplies7,327 10,0039,879 10,0688,95012,177 12,40853000 Usage48048048046700054000 Contractual Services16,319 40,125 102,785 160,29499,15865,283 66,52355000 Capital Outlay001,0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,354,589 $ 1,413,175 $ 1,573,736 $ 1,563,936$ 1,742,874$ 1,773,877 $ 1,818,472ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative3.672.672.672.673.002.672.67Professional8.008.679.009.009.6710.0010.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support8.336.676.336.337.337.337.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 20.0018.0018.0018.0020.0020.0020.00This division annually prepares the District's Operating Budget, Debt Service and Capital Improvement and Replacement Program.provides periodic financial reports reflecting the District's current financial position.statements are accurately reported and timely prepared. In addition, AccountingDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Accounting function ensures that District payments and receipts are properlyauthorized, recorded and reported in accordance with District policy and generallyaccepted accounting principals. Accounting is responsible for the integrity of theDistrict's Financial data and reporting, both internal and external to ensure financial167 Purchasing DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 928,912 $ 920,956 $ 1,003,367 $ 931,347$ 1,015,754$ 1,060,121 $ 1,082,69352000 Supplies66,348 72,840 61,479 69,08166,98072,329 73,70353000 Usage204,821 277,642 280,520 267,046284,520299,956 316,23454000 Contractual Services269,110 521,328 1,221,404 1,318,746766,832709,753 723,23855000 Capital Outlay391,941 68,76400000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,861,132 $ 1,861,530 $ 2,566,771 $ 2,586,221$ 2,134,086$ 2,142,158 $ 2,195,868ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.672.672.672.673.002.672.67Professional1.000.673.003.002.673.003.00Technical3.004.002.002.002.002.002.00Administrative Support3.334.674.334.334.334.334.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS10.0012.0012.0012.0012.0012.00 12.00that has been declared surplus to the District's needs. The Central Services District and the management of the District's headquarters. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The division is responsible for the timely disposal of property and equipmentelement of the division is responsible for mail distribution throughout the The Purchasing Division is responsible for contracting all of the supplies, materials equipment, construction repairs, professional services, and improvement construction projects required by the District. Through competitive bidding procedures this division ensures a properly authorized supply of goods and services at the best cost. 168 Accounts Receivable DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,160,688 $ 2,538,171 $ 2,597,045 $ 2,748,459$ 2,538,490$ 2,622,137 $ 2,687,41752000 Supplies36,125 22,627 16,745 14,89113,92014,184 14,45453000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services11,383,080 13,736,588 15,783,151 15,636,12214,190,02414,276,279 14,547,53055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 13,579,891 $ 16,297,386 $ 18,396,942 $ 18,399,472$ 16,742,435$ 16,912,601 $ 17,249,400ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative4.673.674.674.674.003.673.67Professional1.000.671.001.000.671.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support28.3328.6732.3332.3330.3330.3330.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 34.0033.0038.0038.0035.0035.0035.00against the property served, use of outside collection agencies and by termination of service when possible. This division also provides to the District's customers pleasant and efficient assistance with regard to monthly user charge billings. This division collects all payments and enforces the user charge ordinances as they pertain to non-payment of user charges. This is accomplished through three remedies: suit and/or lien DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis division maintains as account receivable record for each of the District's 425,000 customers. The user charge billing ensures a predictable flow of cashnecessary to operate, maintain and replace the wastewater and stormwater facilities.169 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 3,004,053 $ 3,124,486 $ 3,521,642 $ 3,181,490$ 3,527,902$ 3,639,080 $ 3,712,21851020 Overtime23,20839,05416,26478,34728,59131,09131,09151030 Compensatory Pay Accrual1,2235,4700000051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards00017002,0502,13051120 Membership & Licensing Fees8,3156,7248,4516,9389,71010,07910,47251210 FICA Taxes226,042 230,230 271,547240,441265,533268,621 268,62151220 Group Insurance451,737 390,080 511,691440,481549,440613,353 664,47351230 Pension Contribution628,430 655,931 672,810651,100653,560654,262 654,26251234 EAP912942047500051510 Temporary Help76,142 368,77757,600473,472154,275160,137 166,383Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 4,420,062 $ 4,821,694 $ 5,060,005 $ 5,072,913$ 5,189,012$ 5,378,674 $ 5,509,64952010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $719$0$0$ 052020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip00002,0002,0382,07752030 Machinery & Equipment Parts42300000052040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Ca0003500052050 Construction & Bldg Supplies6500000052070 Hardware1,1851,53790046500052090 Electrical Supplies8,0613,0013,6005,0645,0005,0955,19252100 Instrument Supplies031908100052110 Chemical Supplies7654,977017700052150 Plumbing Supplies01,389002,7002,7512,80452160 Paint Supplies400000052170 Safety Supplies44447014200052220 Janitorial Supplies27,69925,70632,00022,63632,00036,68437,38152240 Hand Tools21700000052280 Uniforms61152560053760061162352300 Safety Footwear20059360039760061162352310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl37778068700052320 Office Supplies33,19239,15136,50034,22835,62238,33739,06552330 Computer Supplies1,3858,7649501,9061,1711,1931,21652340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit1,5866,2305,24015,1852,3402,3842,430Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionFinance DepartmentExpense Object170 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionFinance DepartmentExpense Object52360 Grounds Supplies54009008001,2001,2231,24652380 Publications/Training Supplies3,5622,4966262,45362663865052390 Administrative Supplies3,7488,0276,1886,2905,9916,1056,22152400 Furniture & Office Equipment -26,0771,93102,24001,0191,038Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 109,801 $ 105,470 $ 88,104 $ 94,040$ 89,850$ 98,690 $ 100,56553060 Electric Usage$ 195,006 $ 268,519 $ 275,000 $ 257,006$ 276,000$ 291,180 307,19553080 Water Usage5,5864,1624,8006,8654,8004,9445,09253270 Telephone Usage4,7095,4401,2003,6423,7203,8323,947Subtotal 53000 Usage$ 205,301 $ 278,122 $ 281,000 $ 267,513$ 284,520$ 299,956 $ 316,23454010 Postage$ 1,460,645 $ 1,553,383 $ 1,523,872 $ 1,578,756$ 2,102,590$ 2,142,539 $ 2,183,24754050 Office System Services1,3709532601,6135,00026527054060 Printing Services330,967 344,731 319,568347,409543,566553,894 564,41854080 Advertising Services64,32972,477 107,500108,504118,000120,242 122,52754100 Travel Expenses12,21822,97514,82814,94226,51826,81427,32354140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees10,8107,22914,21013,20916,81517,13417,46054160 Data Imaging Services21,69716,79728,18123,00827,34227,86128,39154180 Courier And Freight8,2905,4148,9307,6949,0557,3937,53354190 Property & Other Space Rental23,70526,10529,71630,15529,94030,50931,08954350 Lockbox Services819,407 905,101 983,268 1,129,1531,302,5541,327,303 1,352,52154420 Court Costs & Lien Fees184,598 159,235 300,0009,055250,000254,750 259,59054450 Collection Services4,548,743 4,795,509 5,558,328 5,364,0755,654,6185,762,056 5,871,53554470 Water Agency Data Services492,240 492,240 492,240492,240496,507505,941 515,55454520 Professional Service3,644,092 5,590,036 6,836,946 7,093,4444,112,5103,906,755 3,980,98454530 Building Repairs & Services(184,441) 132,845 651,904628,924100,000101,900 103,83654540 Janitorial Services127,998 137,495 150,000159,483156,000158,964 161,98454550 Grounds Services28,44841,08736,00030,85836,00036,68437,38154560 Motor Vehicle Services078050600054570 Machinery & Equipment Services12,314 (61,729)3,0003,3533,0003,0573,11554600 Electrical Repair Services9,40516,698021,133000171 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionFinance DepartmentExpense Object54620 Plumbing Services17,7639,1588,00010,59515,00015,28515,57554630 HVAC Services27,60928,40239,00044,52148,00048,91249,84154650 Waste Hauling3,2851,7301,5902,4843,0003,0573,11554670 Other Governmental Fees50005000054680 Laboratory Testing Services2,17600000054690 Safety Services7949200000Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 11,668,510 $ 14,298,041 $ 17,107,341 $ 17,115,163$ 15,056,015$ 15,051,315 $ 15,337,29055010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 055030 Structural Improvements375,80500000055050 Auxiliary Equipment16,13600000055080 Instruments & Apparatus068,7640000055090 Furniture & Office Equipment001,0000000Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$ 391,941 $ 68,764 $ 1,000 $0$0$0$ 0$ 16,795,615 $ 19,572,091 $ 22,537,450 $ 22,549,629$ 20,619,396$ 20,828,634 $ 21,263,738Total General Fund Operating Expense172 INFORMATION SYSTEMS ES Retooling Technical Services Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Human Resources Operations Finance Information Systems Director of Information Systems Application Services Business Integration Engineering 173 Information Systems Mission We, as a customer-service department, will continue to lead the District in the implementation of business processes and information technology that will assist the District in providing the highest quality services in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. The priority is placed on making it easier for residents, businesses and community agencies to “do business” with the District through improved business processes and the effective use of information technology. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments 1. Extended the development and deployment of graphical dashboards to support the Operations Department in their work efforts associated with the Consent Decree. The dashboards are used to ensure compliance with mandated targets and metrics as well as to provide transparency to all personnel within the Operations Department in terms of results and accomplishments. (Strategy 3, Objective 1) 2. Continued implementation of Accela software solution which is to replace the District's legacy Development, Plan Review & Permitting business application. The system is shared jointly by the District and St. Louis County thus making it a single external interface for the developer community in the greater St. Louis region. The system is targeted to go-live in the 1st quarter of the FY16 fiscal year. (Strategy 3, Objective 2) 3. Continued implementation efforts for the software project to upgrade the District’s current billing and collections platform to a vendor software solution called ‘ECIS+’. This project will be implemented on 9/1/15 and provides the opportunity for the District to adopt and change its business processes to align with industry best practices in the billing, remittance and accounts receivable / collections areas. The District’s 425,000+ industrial and residential customers will receive new bills as well as have additional new features available for their use in managing their sewer account with the District. (Strategy 3, Objective 4) 4. Continued District wide work efforts to design and implement an enforceable records management program that reflects the District’s organizational requirements and addresses issues of compliance and risk mitigation. During this fiscal year, the District reviewed and updated its records retention policy to align with the State of Missouri policy and received approval from the State on the revised policy. An interdepartmental team is engaged to develop a governance program including standards and communications that guide the disposal and destruction of records. Efforts will commence during FY16 to assess technology solutions that can support the District’s record management program with the objective to gain Board support for any funding necessary during the FY17 budget cycle. (Strategy 3, Objective 5) 174 Information Systems FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 2: Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial ImpactsObjective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsf)a)a)a)c)a)b)c)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)a)b)c)a)b)c)d)a)c)Complete implementation of Phase 1 software solutino and modification of existing business processes to align with industry best practices.3rd Quarter 4th Quarter1st Quarter 2nd QuarterEvaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Develop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Objective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceForm inter-departmental team to develop process plan to integrate asset records across IT systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS). Use documented asset renewal financial processes currently in practice as input to development of process plan.Objective 6: Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. data, software, hardware, etc.) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessOngoingObjective 2: Implement Development Review/Permitting Business Process ImprovementComplete implementation of software solution and modify existing business processes as required to meet the industry's best practices. Objective 3: Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process ImprovementBegin implementation of Phase 2 software solution and modification of existing business processes to align with industry best practices.OngoingObjective 4: Implement Fleet Management Business Process ImprovementInitiate cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of implementation of the software solution and fleet management business process improvements.Objective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. Based on Request for Proposal (RFP) process, evaluate and select software solution.Strategy 5: Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Objective 6: Enhance Reliability of Information Technology InfrastructureEvaluate alternative options for enhancement of Information Technology (IT) computing infrastructure for future sustainability (i.e. operational redundancy, etc.).Recommend IT infrastructure sustainability strategy that aligns with O&M cost and customer service level objectives.Objective 7: Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsIdentify and prioritize potential opportunities for customer service improvements based on business process touch points.Create and document a customer service strategy/plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.Implement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Implement multi-department group's recommendations on use of digital tools to facilitate internal communication, considering IS capacity and security issues. Develop implementation plan to support IT infrastructure sustainability strategy and communicate with stakeholders.Begin to implement IT infrastructure sustainability plan.Strategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved Communication175 The FY16 Budget of $12.9 million is flat relative to the FY15This budget reflects the reduction of one Forecast. While Personnel Services are expected to increasefull-time equivalent position.slightly along with Supplies and Telephone Usage and OfficeSystem Services, Professional Services reductions areexpected of $0.9 million offsetting the listed increases.Information Systems Department $0$2$4$6$8$10$12$14in millionsExpenses01020304050PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual176 Information Systems DepartmentFY13 FY14 FY15 FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARY Actual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedBusiness Integration Division $ 2,340,471 $ 2,510,888 $ 2,961,120 $ 2,955,715$ 2,899,427$ 2,956,441 $ 3,031,100ES Retooling 1,241,634 1,198,460 1,509,421 1,267,4931,490,5001,546,940 1,607,056Application Services Division 3,400,699 3,643,338 4,217,796 4,196,5054,086,0424,111,810 4,208,878Technical Services Division 3,380,515 4,293,640 4,560,201 4,515,9104,448,5644,549,812 4,660,378TOTAL EXPENSES $ 10,363,319 $ 11,646,327 $ 13,248,538 $ 12,935,621$ 12,924,533$ 13,165,000 $ 13,507,412ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYBusiness Integration Division 16.00 16.00 16.67 16.6718.6718.67 18.67E S Retooling 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Application Services Division 12.00 12.00 12.67 12.6712.6712.67 12.67Technical Services Division 15.00 15.00 13.67 0.6710.6710.67 10.67TOTAL POSITIONS 43.00 43.00 43.00 30.0042.0042.00 42.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance Measures FY13 FY14 FY15 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY1898% 95% 100% 96% 100% 100% 100%GoalOverall Quality of Service by Help Desk177 Business Integration Division FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,266,917 $ 2,289,710 $ 2,502,453 $ 2,531,950$ 2,828,260$ 2,883,861 $ 2,957,07752000 Supplies12,8114,153 14,467 16,41714,46714,742 15,02253000 Usage5,6155,891 38,933 38,6085,6005,768 5,94154000 Contractual Services41,699 190,977 405,267 368,74051,10052,071 53,06055000 Capital Outlay13,42920,15800000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,340,471 $ 2,510,888 $ 2,961,120 $ 2,955,715$ 2,899,427$ 2,956,441 $ 3,031,100ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.671.331.331.331.331.331.33Professional14.0014.33 15.0015.0017.0017.00 17.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.330.330.330.330.330.330.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 16.0016.00 16.6716.6718.6718.67 18.67team works with cross-divisional teams to ensure the successful delivery of projects and implementation of business processes. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Business Integration team understands MSD's strategies and business processes in order to align the customer needs and requirements with the Department's need to deliver end-to-end IS services. Ensures that systems performreliably and verifiably in terms of business needs and requirements. Develops and manages the IS technology program ensuring that initiatives and projects deliver on the value of the supporting business case. Assists in the re-engineering of major business processes including the management of technology projects which contributeto MSD achieving its strategy of operational effectiveness. The Business Integration 178 ES RetoolingFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,230,389 $ 1,189,590 $ 1,483,746 $ 1,244,233$ 1,480,000$ 1,536,240 $ 1,596,15352000 Supplies00 10,500 9,6882,5002,5482,59653000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services11,2450 15,175 13,5728,0008,1528,30755000 Capital Outlay08,87000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,241,634 $ 1,198,460 $ 1,509,421 $ 1,267,493$ 1,490,500$ 1,546,940 $ 1,607,056ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00The ES Retooling team provides technical support for the enterprise business DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESapplications that are in use at MSD.179 Application Services Division FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,904,262 $ 1,902,874 $ 1,954,007 $ 1,943,460$ 2,063,012$ 2,112,743 $ 2,171,81652000 Supplies4,118 117,123 3,167 26,49753,1673,227 3,28853000 Usage1,550 1,541 35,433 34,9141,1401,174 1,20954000 Contractual Services1,490,769 1,602,026 2,225,189 2,170,3451,968,7231,994,666 2,032,56455000 Capital Outlay0 19,7740 21,289000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 3,400,699 $ 3,643,338 $ 4,217,796 $ 4,196,505$ 4,086,042$ 4,111,810 $ 4,208,878ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.671.331.331.330.330.330.33Professional10.00 10.33 11.00 11.0012.0012.00 12.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.330.330.330.330.330.330.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 12.00 12.00 12.67 12.6712.6712.67 12.67application portfolio. The Application Services team evaluates third party applications and technology in order to determine business fit and integration with the existing business application portfolio. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Application Services team provides technical solutions that are sustainable,supportable and meet customer/business requirements. Working closely with internal and external business partners, Application Services uses business inputand requirements in order to design, develop and support MSD's business 180 Technical Services DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,850,804 $ 1,908,675 $ 1,831,324 $ 2,042,141$ 1,726,383$ 1,767,600 $ 1,816,74552000 Supplies155,453 292,211 136,461 141,766203,312207,175 211,11153000 Usage495,986 529,638 597,731 621,731755,449778,113 801,45654000 Contractual Services822,009 1,318,405 1,889,685 1,595,9361,728,4191,761,260 1,794,72355000 Capital Outlay56,264 244,711 105,000 114,33635,00035,665 36,343TOTAL EXPENSES $ 3,380,515 $ 4,293,640 $ 4,560,201 $ 4,515,910$ 4,448,564$ 4,549,812 $ 4,660,378ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.671.332.330.332.332.332.33Professional9.007.337.000.004.004.004.00Technical4.006.004.000.004.004.004.00Administrative Support0.330.330.330.330.330.330.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 15.00 15.00 13.670.6710.6710.6710.67DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Technical Services team manages the District's enterprise technology infrastructure including network, server, storage, computer operations and desktop/end user services. The team works with other divisions to develop improve the quality of the user/customer experience. technology solutions that are cost effective, secure, and align with the District's strategic direction. The team manages all computer operations, data communications, Local Area Networking (LAN), Wide Area Networking (WAN), voice communications, disaster recovery, data security, building security software and desktop/end user services (handheld devices, PCs, peripherals and cell providing technology solutions that lay a foundation for future growth as well asphones) in accordance with established service levels. The team is challenged with 181 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 3,100,531 $ 3,146,799 $ 3,502,022 $ 2,993,432$ 3,502,909$ 3,545,192 $ 3,616,09651020 Overtime11,98413,1069,9007,9819,9009,9009,90051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual5,88510,13502,83000051120 Membership & Licensing Fees9532,7182,6122,1592,4532,5462,64651210 FICA Taxes239,633 253,784 251,562225,071263,492261,458 261,45851220 Group Insurance332,141 296,283 365,342319,151411,348451,932 489,35551230 Pension Contribution637,423 669,558 650,021637,248624,031621,115 621,11551234 EAP625615028700051510 Temporary Help2,923,196 2,897,852 2,990,071 3,573,6233,283,5243,408,298 3,541,222Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 7,252,372 $ 7,290,848 $ 7,771,530 $ 7,761,783$ 8,097,656$ 8,300,442 $ 8,541,79252010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 052090 Electrical Supplies04,3494,500000052240 Hand Tools1000000052300 Safety Footwear03100000052310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl2943,3624,5001194,5004,5864,67352320 Office Supplies8,9819,8837,8007,6033,0003,0573,11552330 Computer Supplies82,488 270,53090,820140,925126,94078,40279,89152340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit58,59499,25225,00017,368107,325109,364 111,44252380 Publications/Training Supplies19,98724,45427,07424,43926,78027,28927,80752390 Administrative Supplies1,1481,3464,9003,5834,9004,9935,08852400 Furniture & Office Equipment -87800330000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 172,382 $ 413,487 $ 164,594 $ 194,368$ 273,445$ 227,690 $ 232,01753060 Electric Usage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0 053270 Telephone Usage503,151 537,071 672,098695,253762,189785,055 808,607Subtotal 53000 Usage$ 503,151 $ 537,071 $ 672,098 $ 695,253$ 762,189$ 785,055 $ 808,60754010 Postage$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 054050 Office System Services2,249,900 2,492,202 2,869,371 2,614,3623,150,3513,198,744 3,259,52154080 Advertising Services3,6104,2223,6583,6584,2754,3564,439Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionInformation Systems DepartmentExpense Object182 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionInformation Systems DepartmentExpense Object54100 Travel Expenses19,31216,72651,17544,12646,60047,48548,38854140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees62,16457,93497,02082,91892,40094,15695,94554180 Courier And Freight(30)0013100054190 Property & Other Space Rental8,2977,3318,0408,2619,0249,1959,37054520 Professional Service18,130 522,924 1,506,052 1,391,727453,592462,210 470,99254530 Building Repairs & Services3,3959,99003,41000054570 Machinery & Equipment Services9437900000Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 2,365,721 $ 3,111,408 $ 4,535,315 $ 4,148,592$ 3,756,242$ 3,816,147 $ 3,888,65455010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 055080 Instruments & Apparatus01,5001,000000055110 Computer Equipment69,693 292,013 104,000135,62535,00035,66536,343Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$ 69,693 $ 293,513 $ 105,000 $ 135,625$ 35,000$ 35,665 $ 36,343$ 10,363,319 $ 11,646,327 $ 13,248,538 $ 12,935,621$ 12,924,533$ 13,165,000 $ 13,507,412Total General Fund Operating Expense183 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET184 ENGINEERING Director of Engineering Planning Environmental Compliance Design Finance Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Human Resources Program Management Operations Engineering 185 Engineering Mission To responsibly deliver and regulate stormwater and wastewater facilities to protect the water environment. Fiscal Year 2014 Accomplishments 1. MSD completed a 10-year planning effort that resulted in regulators approving our Combined Sewer Overflow Long Term Control Program (CSO LTCP) and our Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan to address our wet weather issues over 23 years, costing $1.9 and $2.0 billion respectively. Jacobs Engineering Group and MSD were recently recognized for this effort by winning the 2015 Grand Award presented by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri in their Engineering Excellence Competition. (Strategy 3, Objective 2) 2. Submitted State Revolving Fund low interest loan program application to MDNR for $51.5 Million in additional loans for FY2016. MDNR and the Clean Water Commission approved MSD request to increase to $75 Million the FY2015 SRF allocation to the District. Obtained $2.2 Million in supplemental Corps of Engineers funding, to continue the rehabilitation of the Old Mill Creek Sewer, between 14th and 2nd Streets. (Strategy 2, Objective 3) 3. Environment Compliance Hauled Waste Station staff worked extended hours to accommodate a large volume of wastewater from a MSD customer. This resulted in an additional $2 million of revenue for the District. (Strategy 2, Objective 3) 4. Continued to implement projects related to Project Clear and the Stormwater Program. Improved the water quality in the Maline Creek, Fee Fee Creek, Deer Creek, Gravois Creek and Creve Coeur Creek watersheds with the removal of a total of seven (7) Sanitary Sewer Overflow points as a result of the completion of five (5) capital construction projects. Appropriated $49 million for design work, and awarded 86 new construction contracts totaling $158 million. Design efforts were underway on 6 of the 8 major remaining tunnels related to the Project Clear effort, and construction of the first tunnel was completed. The 3,260 feet long, 90-inch diameter Lemay Redundant Force Main and its connection (tie-in) to Lemay Pump Station No. 1 and the Lemay Wastewater Treatment Plant were completed at a construction cost of approximately $20 million. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 186 Engineering FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 1: Execute Community Outreach Programsa)b)f)Strategy 2: Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial ImpactsObjective 1: Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenued)Objective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa)d)f)a)b)a)b)c)b)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)a)b)c)Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessForm inter-departmental team to develop process plan to integrate asset records across IT systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS). Use documented asset renewal financial processes currently in practice as input to development of process plan.2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th QuarterImplement strategies identified for the next phase of Public Communication and Outreach Programs based on 90-day model for Project ClearOngoing1st QuarterEvaluate initiatives implemented to address future communications and customer service needs.Develop recommendations for public outreach programs to reduce nutrients in wastewater and stormwater, consistent with the Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy.OngoingPursue external sources of funding, where available. OngoingEvaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. data, software, hardware, etc.) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.Identify and prioritize potential opportunities for customer service improvements based on business process touch points.Assess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers. OngoingDevelop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory compliance.Begin implementation of organizational changes required to fully benefit from the implementation of the software solution and business process improvements.Begin implementation of paperless process utilizing tools such as electronic plan review and electronic payment procedures, as supported by good business processes.Create and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. Objective 6: Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)Objective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceContinue to validate that Consent Decree performance meets regulatory requirements and make improvements and refine as needed. OngoingObjective 2: Implement Development Review/Permitting Business Process ImprovementComplete implementation of software solution and modify existing business processes as required to meet the industry's best practices. Objective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Recovery Needs and Objective 7: Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsCreate and document a customer service strategy/plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.187 Engineering FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter1st Quartera)c)d)e)f)a)b)a)b)c)a)b)c)d)Objective 3: Implement Asset Management Programa)b)c)a)b)c)a)Strategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved CommunicationImplement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree ar met.Advocate in the Water Environment Federation (WEF), Water Environmental Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on water quality issues. Propose new legislation and regulations enabling Integrated Watershed Planning.Identify upcoming regulatory issues for FY2017 and develop an appropriate strategy. Advocate in regulatory stakeholder groups created to address nutrient criteria, ammonia criteria, bacteria criteria, wet weather issues, Impaired Waters (303d) Listing and Methodology and other changes to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) effluent regulations and water quality standards. Maintain a dialog with the Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) on crtical water quality issues in the St. Louis area.Develop and implement a notification system for potential significant regulatory changes.Finalize the stormwater operating and capital funding requirement for the next rate proposal covering FY2017-2020. Continue implementation of service levels by area in line with available stormwater revenue.Determine stormwater operations and capital program funding requirements for FY16. Objective 1: Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory IssuesStrategy 4: Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementObjective 2: Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed PlanningWork with MDNR to develop scientifically-based Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) with reasonable implementation plans for the St. Louis area. Strategy 5: Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramObjective 1: Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramObjective 2: Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramSubmit Green Infrastructure Pilot Program Final Report for EPA approval by 12/31/15.Adjust the infrastructure assessment and renewal plan in accordance with the revenue defined by the rate process.Objective 5: Implement a Land Utilization PlanDefine a land utilization plan to identify any parcels for potential purchase for future improvement and/or expansion of existing facilities to meet CIRP program including potential future opportunities for green infrastructure and city shed.Complete Phase 1 critical infrastructure asset management plan within plants and pump stations.Review and determine adequacy of asset management funding proposed for large diameter sewer cleaning and inspection.Initiate nutrient study to address future nutrient requirements.Develop and begin implementation of a process that incorprates business risk exposure (i.e. Probability & Consequences of Failure) into the prioritization for storm sewers, gravity sewers and fleet.Declare unimproved parcels that have potential commercial value to a private property owner/developer as surplus and seek buyers. Link Geographical Information System (GIS) parcel database with information containing existing or future District ownership plans.188 Engineering's FY16 Budget of $25.0 million represents This budget reflects no change in the numberan increase of $2.2 million over the FY15 Forecast.of full-time equivalent positions allocted toThis increase is primarily in Salary and Benefits reflecting,this department.in-part that the Department was not fully staffed in FY15.Contractual Services increased $0.2 million and Instrumentsand Apparatus expenses are planned to increase$0.1 million, both of which contribute to the overall increase.Engineering$0$5$10$15$20$25$30in millionsExpenses050100150200250PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual189 Engineering DepartmentFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDesign Division$ 5,008,602 $ 5,003,213 $ 5,391,460 $ 5,135,608$5,565,183$ 5,659,500 $ 5,785,922Planning Division 7,313,539 7,493,604 7,607,444 7,257,1897,752,1837,915,246 8,161,505Construction Management Division 5,044,856 5,230,985 5,760,441 5,487,7296,117,5396,223,002 6,364,333Environmental Compliance Division 5,270,508 4,833,604 5,360,019 4,950,8285,576,3145,660,307 5,789,530TOTAL EXPENSES $ 22,637,508 $ 22,561,409 $ 24,119,366 $ 22,831,354$25,011,220$ 25,458,055 $ 26,101,291ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYDesign Division 50.50 50.50 50.50 50.5050.5050.50 50.50Planning Division 73.50 73.50 71.50 71.5071.5071.50 71.50Construction Management Division 54.50 55.50 62.50 62.5062.5062.50 62.50Environmental Compliance Division 50.50 49.50 50.50 50.5050.5050.50 50.50TOTAL POSITIONS 229.00 229.00 235.00 235.00235.00235.00 235.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance Measures FY13 FY14 FY15 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18n/a n/a n/a n/a <12% Grease <12% Grease <12% Grease76% 81%≥75% 81%≥75%≥75%≥75%84% 88% >95% 89% >95% >95% >95%n/a n/a90% <45 Days 91% 90% <45 Days90% <45 Days90% <45 DaysGoalMaintenance Related Sewer OverflowsConstruction Budget PerformanceDevelopment Review Project ApprovalConstruction Schedule Compliance190 Design DivisionFY13 FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,941,305 $ 4,881,560 $ 5,154,479 $ 4,957,559$ 5,358,955$ 5,449,240 $ 5,571,54952000 Supplies28,535 21,192 40,228 30,34231,75732,361 32,97653000 Usage8,385 8,212 11,660 9,88210,40010,712 11,03354000 Contractual Services30,377 82,409 185,094 137,826164,070167,187 170,36455000 Capital Outlay0 9,84000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,008,602 $ 5,003,213 $ 5,391,460 $ 5,135,608$ 5,565,183$ 5,659,500 $ 5,785,922ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative9.259.259.259.259.259.259.25Professional22.00 23.00 23.00 23.0023.0023.0023.00Technical15.00 14.00 14.00 14.0014.0014.0014.00Administrative Support4.254.254.254.254.254.254.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 50.50 50.50 50.50 50.5050.5050.5050.50supplement District staff. Additionally, the Project Design Group directs infrastructure repair work in cooperation with the Operations Department. The Right-of-Way/Survey Group provides overall District support as it relates to property rights acquisition and surveying services. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Design Division consists of three groups that provide for preparation of construction bid documents and property rights acquisition for sanitary, storm and combined sewer projects to execute the District's capital and infrastructure repairprograms. The Capital Projects Group is responsible for design and bidding of large capital projects by utilizing the services of consulting engineering firms. The Project Design Group provides for the overall design and bidding of small capital orinfrastructure repair projects with District staff or consulting engineer firms to 191 Planning DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 6,969,877 $ 7,023,575 $ 7,314,931 $ 7,008,581$ 7,398,371$ 7,524,684 $ 7,694,06552000 Supplies23,932 27,405 43,888 32,34970,31771,654 73,01553000 Usage3,696 4,3863,850 3,3572,0002,0652,13254000 Contractual Services248,579 438,238 244,776 212,902281,495316,843 392,29355000 Capital Outlay67,455000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 7,313,539 $ 7,493,604 $ 7,607,444 $ 7,257,189$ 7,752,183$ 7,915,246 $ 8,161,505ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative10.25 12.2511.25 11.2511.2511.2511.25Professional36.00 34.0034.00 34.0033.0033.0033.00Technical13.00 13.0012.00 12.0013.0013.0013.00Administrative Support14.25 14.2514.25 14.2514.2514.2514.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 73.50 73.5071.50 71.5071.5071.5071.50improvements for combined, sanitary and stormwater drainage systems and providing general sewer DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES section which includes the plan review and permitting of all private developments and municipalinformation to the public; and finally, the Planning Division provides administrative management for the Engineering Department which includes management of the Central Files and Graphics sections,management of the Quality Based Section (QBS) process acquiring professional services, grant The Planning Division consists of long and short range planning for sanitary, storm and combined applications, various budget related duties, contract preparation, and departmental reporting. sewer projects that comprise the annual Capital Improvement & Replacement Program (CIRP) for the District. This planning requires compliance with regulatory requirements, project prioritization, scheduling and funding, conceptual and preliminary designs, sub-district planning, system investigation, and hydraulic modeling of the sewer systems; the Division is responsible for the District's GIS system and digital asset management; the Division oversees the Development Review 192 Construction Management Division FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,857,224 $ 5,014,177 $ 5,484,361 $ 5,194,706$ 5,732,720$ 5,846,941 $ 5,981,90352000 Supplies39,790 62,709 88,412 111,33698,309100,177 102,08153000 Usage20,496 19,970 29,204 23,12132,20533,171 34,16654000 Contractual Services127,348 134,130 158,465 158,565254,305242,712 246,18355000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,044,856 $ 5,230,985 $ 5,760,441 $ 5,487,729$ 6,117,539$ 6,223,002 $ 6,364,333ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative3.253.255.255.258.258.258.25Professional5.006.006.006.006.006.006.00Technical44.0043.0048.0048.0048.0048.0048.00Administrative Support2.253.253.253.250.250.250.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 54.5055.5062.5062.5062.5062.5062.50The Construction Management Division consists of three functional areas: the Capital Construction Group, the Development Inspection Group and the Administrative Support Group. The Capital Construction Group is responsible for the management, coordination and inspection of all construction projects included in the District's Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). This responsibility includes the contract management services required for major projects. The Development Inspection Group is responsible for the construction, inspection and approval of improvements to the public storm, sanitary and/or combined sewer system that are required as part of a private development or municipal improvement project. This group is also responsible for the inspection of certain private stormwater management features to ensure compliance with the District's regulations. The Administrative Support Group is responsible for the preparation of correspondence, Contractor Change Orders, Contractor Pay Applications as well as file management, and processing of Project Close-Out DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES193 Environmental Compliance DivisionFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,542,742 $ 4,240,243 $ 4,681,616 $ 4,272,363$ 4,762,689$ 4,847,258 $ 4,960,96652000 Supplies310,818 295,370 349,643 343,138336,019342,404 348,91053000 Usage8,056 7,811 13,000 6,9455,9126,0896,27254000 Contractual Services239,632 200,422 268,260 284,882320,694310,687 316,59055000 Capital Outlay169,260 89,758 47,500 43,500151,000153,869 156,793TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,270,508 $ 4,833,604 $ 5,360,019 $ 4,950,828$ 5,576,314$ 5,660,307 $ 5,789,530ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative8.254.255.255.255.255.255.25Professional16.00 18.00 18.00 18.0018.0018.0018.00Technical22.00 23.00 23.00 23.0023.0023.0023.00Administrative Support3.253.253.253.253.253.253.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS 50.50 49.50 50.50 50.5050.5050.5050.50Pretreatment and Compliance Programs. other environmental compliance programs. Compliance Programs is responsible for implementation of MSD's Municipal Separate Storm SewerSystem Permit, Emergency Response, Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Program, Regulatory Affairs andother MSD environmental compliance programs. Industrial Pretreatment is responsible for the implementation of the federally mandated program that requires MSD to sample, inspect and regulate its industrial customers. This section also administersinfrastructure and the Cost Recovery Programs which include the Hauled Waste Program, ReturnMSD's Field Monitoring Program which includes the monitoring of stream, SSO's, CSO's and greenFactor Program and Special Discharge Program. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESand enforcement for the District and consists of three sections: Laboratory Operations, Industrial Laboratory Operations is responsible for the analysis of wastewater, stream and sludge samplesto support MSD's Industrial Pretreatment Program, Wastewater Treatment Plant Compliance and Environmental Compliance Division is responsible for providing environmental regulatory assistance194 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 14,715,701 $ 14,774,131 $ 15,826,887 $ 14,951,332$ 16,265,288$ 16,475,940 $ 16,805,23951020 Overtime111,887 191,776 115,540156,767122,620122,620 122,62051025 Labor Cost Allocation0 (106,971)0(99,501)00051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual5,3073302,23400051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards0(49)0000051120 Membership & Licensing Fees12,1629,86110,7637,55611,08411,50511,95451210 FICA Taxes1,111,122 1,106,532 1,216,243 1,132,6841,238,3331,229,899 1,229,89951220 Group Insurance1,986,294 1,739,261 2,071,697 1,899,9342,276,4172,502,450 2,710,87651230 Pension Contribution3,345,895 3,387,521 3,346,258 3,333,5203,284,9933,269,657 3,269,65751234 EAP3,4853,44901,72300051510 Temporary Help19,29654,01148,00046,96054,00056,05258,238Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 21,311,148 $ 21,159,556 $ 22,635,388 $ 21,433,209$ 23,252,735$ 23,668,123 $ 24,208,48352010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$ 8,911 $ 6,662 $ 7,300 $ 7,294$ 8,100$ 8,254 $ 8,41152020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip600000052030 Machinery & Equipment Parts5,9145,9158,8006,9707,8007,9488,09952040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Ca22,44823,24024,16031,01318,90019,25919,62552050 Construction & Bldg Supplies6,43734,47927,10049,85063,10064,29965,52152070 Hardware3,7352135003,56250051051952080 Hose Supplies1,7902,9981,9402,2392,6402,6902,74152090 Electrical Supplies2,7111,6343,9003,4093,7003,7703,84252100 Instrument Supplies22,0927,89910,53016,1628,9409,1109,28352110 Chemical Supplies78,56182,469 100,00088,238100,000101,900 103,83652120 Laboratory Supplies116,704 103,730 128,375125,262115,845118,046 120,28952130 Engineering & Drafting Supply1,5046563,4501,7253,2503,3123,37552160 Paint Supplies028803500052170 Safety Supplies10,76611,49111,25610,48012,20612,43812,67452220 Janitorial Supplies4,6352,7974,0504,7824,0504,1274,20552240 Hand Tools1,7482,1642,7252,0381,2001,2231,24652280 Uniforms16,73614,79319,76317,57018,37318,72219,07852300 Safety Footwear15,88616,30022,20015,12720,70021,09321,49452310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl2,6901962,200372500510519Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionEngineering DepartmentExpense Object195 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionEngineering DepartmentExpense Object52320 Office Supplies36,98839,68944,00038,20642,00042,79843,61152330 Computer Supplies18,71522,19947,38030,07168,79070,09771,42952340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit9,9099,49026,26042,94314,83015,11215,39952370 Photo & Video Supplies3565271,0407031,2001,2231,24652380 Publications/Training Supplies5,5524,5627,9206,1318,9109,0799,25252390 Administrative Supplies2,6726,1863,3204,9703,3703,4343,49952400 Furniture & Office Equipment -5,6086,09814,0008,0147,5007,6437,788Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 403,075 $ 406,676 $ 522,169 $ 517,165$ 536,404$ 546,596 $ 556,98153060 Electric Usage$943 $ 983 $ 1,200 $ 1,099$ 100$ 10611153070 Natural Gas Usage1,0811,2711,20082410010611153270 Telephone Usage38,60938,12555,31441,38250,31751,82753,381Subtotal 53000 Usage$ 40,632 $ 40,379 $ 57,714 $ 43,305$ 50,517$ 52,038 $ 53,60454010 Postage$0 $8 $0 $0$0$0$ 054050 Office System Services16,574 138,90565,06040,943140,360126,602 127,86754060 Printing Services19,00611,07214,61013,53716,96017,28217,61154080 Advertising Services13,7052,4258,7506,9038,7508,9169,08654100 Travel Expenses167,419 173,149 208,130206,997239,623244,176 248,81554120 Photo Services100050025050050951954140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees46,60134,32851,44540,35250,24051,19552,16754160 Data Imaging Services39,95997,77856,00048,91254,50055,53656,59154180 Courier And Freight2,08819,9543,73042,64443,78028,51229,05354190 Property & Other Space Rental58,93083,26895,50091,02574,50075,91677,35854390 Hospital & Medical Services2200000054420 Court Costs & Lien Fees2,6302,4104,3003,3252,8002,8532,90754440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees11,07314,22730,00022,99730,00030,57031,15154470 Water Agency Data Services000011154520 Professional Service4,474 108,270 140,00075,000137,400170,011 242,67154530 Building Repairs & Services11,5712,15950025050051051954540 Janitorial Services27,94028,41332,72032,52537,25037,95838,679196 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionEngineering DepartmentExpense Object54560 Motor Vehicle Services05,439012,5927,2007,3377,47654570 Machinery & Equipment Services5391,08004921,2001,2231,24654580 Equipment Rental6,1552,6324,5006,9414,0004,0764,15354610 Instrument Repair Services66,99466,87651,40064,20250,20051,15452,12654630 HVAC Services2192,6225,5002,75037,20037,90738,62754640 Damage Repairs & Services007,0004,5007,0007,1337,26954650 Waste Hauling10,50716,06216,50013,90117,15017,47617,80854670 Other Governmental Fees4,5797,0845,9503,3005,9506,0636,17854680 Laboratory Testing Services39,06526,06135,00041,74235,00035,66536,34354690 Safety Services03490000054710 Community Outreach Programs33,82810,63015,50016,09714,50014,77615,05654720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying1,65004,0002,0004,0004,0764,153Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 585,627 $ 855,200 $ 856,595 $ 794,176$ 1,020,564$ 1,037,430 $ 1,125,43155010 Land Purchases$0 $0 $0 $0$0$0$ 055080 Instruments & Apparatus170,0005,24447,50043,500151,000153,869 156,79355090 Furniture & Office Equipment67,45500000055110 Computer Equipment(740) 94,35400000Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$ 236,715 $ 99,598 $ 47,500 $ 43,500$ 151,000$ 153,869 $ 156,793$ 22,577,198 $ 22,561,409 $ 24,119,366 $ 22,831,354$ 25,011,220$ 25,458,055 $ 26,101,291Total General Fund Operating Expense197 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET198 OPERATIONS Director of Operations Collection Systems Pump Stations Support Services Finance Operations Engineering Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Human Resources Treatment Plants Board of Trustees 199 Operations Department Mission To protect the public’s health, safety and water environment by effectively operating and maintaining the District’s wastewater and stormwater infrastructure. Fiscal Year 2015 Accomplishments 1) The seven District treatment plants received awards from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA): Fenton and Lower Meramec received Platinum Awards (perfect compliance for 7 years), Grand Glaize, Coldwater and Missouri River received Gold Awards (100% compliance) and Lemay and Bissell received Silver Awards (no more than 5 violations). (Strategy 5, Objective 3) 2) All Consent Decree required activities involving the Capacity Management Operations and Maintenance Program (CMOM) were met and/or exceeded. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 3) Historical record low number of Basement Backups (292) surpassing last year’s record low (344) (Strategy 5, Objective 3) 4) Satisfaction with the overall quality of service provided over the phone by Field Service: 8.5 out of 10 (Strategy 6, Objective 1) 5) Satisfaction with the overall quality of service provided by MSD, Field Only: 8.3 out of 10. (Strategy 6, Objective 1) 6) Completed expansion of Missouri River Treatment Plant from 28 to 38 millions of gallons per day. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 7) Began evaluation and implementation of plant and pump station asset management program to reduce risk of failure and life cycle costs of critical equipment. (Strategy 5, Objective 3) 8) Completed implementation of Maximo fleet module, and completed integration of new fuel management system. (Strategy 3, Objective 4) 9) Executing project and training standards to meet new MACT emission standards for sewer sludge incineration. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 200 Operations FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunStrategy 1: Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build SupportObjective 1: Execute Community Outreach Programsa)b)Strategy 2: Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial ImpactsObjective 1: Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenued)Objective 3: Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa)f)a)b)a)b)d)Begin destruction of existing documents as allowed by Document Retention Policy.a)a)b)c)c)f)a)b)c)a)b)c)d)OngoingCreate and implement the Document Retention Policy transition plan. Continue to validate that Consent Decree performance meets regulatory requirements and make improvements and refine as needed. Maintain a dialog with the Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) on crtical water quality issues in the St. Louis area.Strategy 5: Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramAssess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers. 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th QuarterImplement strategies identified for the next phase of Public Communication and Outreach Programs based on 90-day model for Project ClearOngoingEvaluate initiatives implemented to address future communications and customer service needs.Objective 6: Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)Identify and prioritize potential opportunities for customer service improvements based on business process touch points.OngoingDevelop and implement predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.Strategy 3: Integrate and Improve the District's Business ProcessObjective 1: Use Key Performance Indicators to Monitor and Improve PerformanceObjective 4: Implement Fleet Management Business Process ImprovementObjective 5: Implement Document Management Business Practices that Meet the District's Retention, Retrieval and Recovery Needs and Policies Evaluate adequacy of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) annually. Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory compliance.OngoingInitiate cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of implementation of the software solution and fleet management business process improvements.Objective 7: Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsCreate and document a customer service strategy/plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.Strategy 4: Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementObjective 1: Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory IssuesIdentify and document technology enablers (e.g. data, software, hardware, etc.) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.Continue implementation of service levels by area in line with available stormwater revenue.Objective 2: Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramSubmit Green Infrastructure Pilot Program Final Report for EPA approval by 12/31/15.Advocate in the Water Environment Federation (WEF), Water Environmental Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on water quality issues. Form inter-departmental team to develop process plan to integrate asset records across IT systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS). Use documented asset renewal financial processes currently in practice as input to development of process plan.Objective 1: Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramFinalize the stormwater operating and capital funding requirement for the next rate proposal covering FY2017-2020. Review and determine adequacy of asset management funding proposed for large diameter sewer cleaning and inspection.Determine stormwater operations and capital program funding requirements for FY16. Initiate nutrient study to address future nutrient requirements.Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree ar met.201 Operations FY16 Strategic Business PlanDistrict Strategies / Objectives / MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th QuarterObjective 3: Implement Asset Management Programa)b)c)Objective 4: Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management Plana)b)a)b)a)Begin implementation of recommended platform for District facility information.Define a land utilization plan to identify any parcels for potential purchase for future improvement and/or expansion of existing facilities to meet CIRP program including potential future opportunities for green infrastructure and city shed.Declare unimproved parcels that have potential commercial value to a private property owner/developer as surplus and seek buyers. Implement Let's Talk Program initiatives.Objective 5: Implement a Land Utilization PlanStrategy 6: Create a Learning and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityObjective 1: Increase Organizational Performance Through Improved CommunicationEvaluate and define scope of the centralized responsibility model for the creation and management of facility maintenance plans and schedules for all locations and make recommendations concerning its potential implementation.Develop and begin implementation of a process that incorprates business risk exposure (i.e. Probability & Consequences of Failure) into the prioritization for storm sewers, gravity sewers and fleet.Adjust the infrastructure assessment and renewal plan in accordance with the revenue defined by the rate process.Complete Phase 1 critical infrastructure asset management plan within plants and pump stations.202 The FY16 budget of $107.3M represents a $3.6M increase This budget reflects an increase of eightover the FY15 forecast. The increase is comprised of increases full-time equivalent positions: two in Supportof $3.0M in Personnel Services related to eight new positions Services, one in Collection Systems and fiveand reflecting vacancies that reduced expenses in FY15. in Pump Stations.Instrument Supplies expenses decreased $0.8M due to one-timeexpenses in FY15, while Contractual Services are increasingapproximately $1.4M for Professional Services and BuildingRepairs and Services.Operations Department$0$20$40$60$80$100$120in millionsExpenses0100200300400500600700PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual203 FY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedSupport Services$ 11,581,496 $ 12,949,875 $ 14,630,713 $ 14,521,703$ 15,576,144$ 15,878,101 $ 16,204,369Collection System Facilities 27,977,772 29,091,881 30,885,593 30,178,46731,669,37532,385,703 33,126,387Treatment Plants35,339,887 38,715,718 43,397,216 43,435,42444,908,50346,183,244 47,553,266Pump Stations13,000,477 13,681,645 15,088,186 15,544,74115,129,70915,527,539 15,965,036TOTAL EXPENSES $ 87,899,632 $ 94,439,120 $ 104,001,707 $ 103,680,341$ 107,283,730$ 109,974,586 $ 112,849,058ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYSupport Services58.0056.0055.00 56.0058.0058.0058.00Collection System Facilities 282.00 286.00 293.00 293.00294.00294.00294.00Treatment Plants176.00 176.00 182.00 182.00179.00179.00179.00Pump Stations57.0058.0064.00 64.0072.0072.0072.00TOTAL POSITIONS 573.00 576.00 594.00 595.00603.00603.00603.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActual ActualGoal ForecastKey Performance MeasuresFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY1889.3%90.0%≥ 90% 87.5%≥ 90%≥ 90%≥ 90%11/month 15/month <22/month 18/month <160/yr <160/yr <160/yr28/month 29/month <35/month 24/month <35/month <35/month <35/month99.9% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%8.2 8.3 ≥ 8 out of 108.6 ≥ 8 out of 10≥ 8 out of 10≥ 8 out of 10Operations DepartmentGoalOn-time Emergency ResponseTreatment Plant ComplianceOverall Customer Satisfaction from Customer SurveysDry Weather OverflowsBasement Backups204 Support Services FY13FY14FY15 FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,918,455 $ 5,002,919 $ 5,305,131 $ 5,266,286$ 5,759,817$ 5,877,174 $ 6,010,02752000 Supplies3,916,854 4,791,283 4,532,574 4,554,7234,799,3124,886,708 4,979,55653000 Usage106,876 96,496 109,130 98,261106,765110,674 116,17454000 Contractual Services994,129 1,071,888 2,065,578 1,010,5641,901,2501,937,374 1,974,18455000 Capital Outlay1,645,182 1,987,290 2,618,300 3,591,8693,009,0003,066,171 3,124,428TOTAL EXPENSES $ 11,581,496 $ 12,949,875 $ 14,630,713 $ 14,521,703$ 15,576,144$ 15,878,101 $ 16,204,369ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative9.009.0010.00 11.0011.0011.00 11.00Professional4.002.000.000.001.001.001.00Technical8.008.009.009.007.007.007.00Administrative Support12.0013.0013.00 13.0016.0016.00 16.00Skilled/Craft19.0018.0017.00 17.0014.0014.00 14.00Service/Maintenance6.006.006.006.009.009.009.00TOTAL POSITIONS 58.0056.0055.00 56.0058.0058.00 58.00Support Services1) Customer Care and Administrative Services receives all non-billing customer calls, creates service requests, dispatches emergency calls, and communicates status of service requests to customers. The group also provides administrative support to all Plants and Yards, and tracks and reports a variety of performance indicators. 2) Materials Management supports the Yards, Plants and Garage by fulfilling material requests including procurement, receipt, storage, retrieval of supplies, Inventory Control System accuracy, develops material standards and specifications and cost control for managing inventory. 3) Asset Management provides asset management support which includes supporting the Computerized Maintenance, Management System, standardizing and improving work processes and developing processes to better track and predict asset replacement costs and timing. 4) Garage and Shops provides for the maintenance, repair and upkeep of the District's office buildings and grounds, provides vehicular and equipment maintenance and repair to the District's fleet, as well as machine shop fabrication and repairs. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES205 Administrative Support GroupFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 734,459 $ 822,731 $ 832,156 $ 907,146$ 814,475$ 828,219 $ 847,73452000 Supplies3,416 1,192 3,780 2,3231,8001,834 1,86953000 Usage3,556 4,402 3,780 3,0224,2004,326 4,45654000 Contractual Services346,415 329,024 334,376 339,652396,285403,814 411,48755000 Capital Outlay005000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,087,846 $ 1,157,350 $ 1,174,592 $ 1,252,142$ 1,216,760$ 1,238,193 $ 1,265,545ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.003.003.003.003.003.003.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 3.004.004.004.004.004.004.00206 Operations Support GroupFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActualBudget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,416,648 $ 2,461,784 $ 2,706,068 $ 2,626,642$ 3,143,981$ 3,208,500 $3,281,37452000 Supplies3,421,891 4,256,691 4,054,044 3,964,5334,220,0524,296,442 4,378,07553000 Usage16,8057,70910,3508,32410,9259,89310,19054000 Contractual Services211,759 261,521 1,322,277 238,6251,011,5151,030,734 1,050,31855000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 6,067,103 $ 6,987,705 $ 8,092,739 $ 6,838,124$ 8,386,473$ 8,545,569 8,719,956ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative5.004.006.007.007.007.007.00Professional4.001.000.000.001.001.001.00Technical8.008.009.009.007.007.007.00Administrative Support11.0012.0012.0012.0015.0015.0015.00Skilled/Craft2.001.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance6.006.006.006.006.006.006.00TOTAL POSITIONS 36.0032.0033.0034.0036.0036.0036.00207 Facilities, Garage and Shops DivisionFY13FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 1,767,348 $ 1,718,404 $ 1,766,907 $ 1,732,498$ 1,801,361$ 1,840,455 $ 1,880,92052000 Supplies491,547 533,400 474,750 587,868577,460588,432 599,61253000 Usage86,515 84,385 95,000 86,91591,64096,455 101,52854000 Contractual Services435,955 481,343 408,925 432,287493,450502,826 512,37955000 Capital Outlay1,645,182 1,987,290 2,617,800 3,591,8693,009,0003,066,171 3,124,428TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,426,547 $ 4,804,821 $ 5,363,382 $ 6,431,437$ 5,972,911$ 6,094,339 $ 6,218,868ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.002.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.001.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft17.00 17.00 17.0017.0014.0014.00 14.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.003.003.003.00TOTAL POSITIONS 19.00 20.00 18.0018.0018.0018.00 18.00208 Collection System FacilitiesFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 23,244,864 $ 24,195,287 $ 24,758,793 $ 24,365,133$ 25,556,017$ 26,152,863 $ 26,771,66752000 Supplies2,445,624 2,649,652 2,982,954 3,028,8342,975,7643,032,304 3,089,91853000 Usage254,001 240,390 306,421 210,435227,973235,632 243,56654000 Contractual Services1,720,244 1,974,590 2,724,324 2,553,9582,717,0212,768,644 2,821,24855000 Capital Outlay313,040 31,962 113,100 20,107192,600196,259 199,988TOTAL EXPENSES $ 27,977,772 $ 29,091,881 $ 30,885,593 $ 30,178,467$ 31,669,375$ 32,385,703 $ 33,126,387ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative20.0021.0023.00 23.0026.0026.00 26.00Professional4.006.007.007.0010.0010.00 10.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft171.00 210.00 215.00 215.00209.00209.00 209.00Service/Maintenance87.0049.0048.00 48.0049.0049.00 49.00TOTAL POSITIONS 282.00 286.00 293.00 293.00294.00294.00 294.00Collection System FacilitiesThe three Collection System Facilities are responsible for the operation and repair of the sanitary,combined and stormwater sewers. To meet this duty, the following services are performed: 1) Routine mechanical cleaning of sewers and structures. 2) Routine closed circuit television inspection of sewers. 3) Routine inspection of sewer manholes and inlets. 4) Repair/replacement of manholes, inlets, and other structures.5) Repair/replacement of sanitary, combined and stormwater sewers. 6) Cleaning debris from creeks and improved channels when deemed a flooding concern.7) Repair of improved channels, creek banks and flood control structures. 8) Engineering evaluation and solution for qualified stormwater problems. 9) Sewer separation solutions for qualified homeowners experiencing sewage-in-basement problems. 10) Response to customer calls such as basement backups, odors, flooding, overflows and cave-ins. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES 209 Sulphur Collection System FacilityFY13 FY14 FY15 FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARY Actual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 7,029,413 $ 7,231,829 $ 7,495,258$7,345,624$ 7,844,200$ 8,026,830 $ 8,216,59452000 Supplies 1,001,878 1,009,662 1,096,750 1,027,9821,142,1501,163,851 1,185,96453000 Usage 83,596 86,249 110,700 71,78388,70091,361 94,10254000 Contractual Services 522,155 690,425 845,450 855,362881,420898,167 915,23255000 Capital Outlay 75,066 0 29,500 12,25054,50055,536 56,591TOTAL EXPENSES $ 8,712,108 $ 9,018,165 $ 9,577,658$9,313,001$ 10,010,970$ 10,235,744 $ 10,468,483ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative 6.00 5.00 7.00 7.009.009.00 9.00Professional 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.002.002.00 2.00Technical 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Administrative Support 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Skilled/Craft 47.00 61.00 66.00 66.0065.0065.00 65.00Service/Maintenance 28.00 16.00 17.00 17.0016.0016.00 16.00TOTAL POSITIONS 81.00 82.00 91.00 91.0092.0092.00 92.00210 Mintert Collection System Facility FY13 FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 8,386,854 $ 8,856,759 $ 9,003,940 $ 9,274,666$ 9,335,642$ 9,548,624 $ 9,770,31152000 Supplies767,184 855,167 932,889 1,022,511942,690960,601 978,85353000 Usage105,959 101,353 128,998 100,05992,97296,570 100,32154000 Contractual Services503,694 652,698 955,948 756,129845,726861,795 878,16955000 Capital Outlay49,9860 5,6002,804133,600136,138 138,725TOTAL EXPENSES $ 9,813,677 $ 10,465,977 $ 11,027,375 $ 11,156,170$ 11,350,630$ 11,603,729 $ 11,866,379ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative6.008.008.008.009.009.009.00Professional2.003.003.003.004.004.004.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft61.00 76.00 78.0078.0078.0078.0078.00Service/Maintenance24.00 19.00 17.0017.0014.0014.0014.00TOTAL POSITIONS 93.00 106.00 106.00 106.00105.00105.00 105.00211 Grand Glaize Collection System Facility FY13 FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 7,828,597 $ 8,106,699 $ 8,259,595 $ 7,744,843$ 8,376,174$ 8,577,409 $ 8,784,76252000 Supplies676,562 784,823 953,315 978,341890,924907,852 925,10153000 Usage64,445 52,788 66,723 38,59246,30147,701 49,14354000 Contractual Services694,394 631,467 922,926 942,466989,8751,008,682 1,027,84755000 Capital Outlay187,988 31,962 78,0005,0534,5004,5864,673TOTAL EXPENSES $ 9,451,986 $ 9,607,739 $ 10,280,560 $ 9,709,296$ 10,307,775$ 10,546,230 $ 10,791,526ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative8.008.008.008.008.008.008.00Professional2.003.003.003.004.004.004.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft63.00 73.00 71.0071.0066.0066.0066.00Service/Maintenance35.00 14.00 14.0014.0019.0019.0019.00TOTAL POSITIONS 108.00 98.00 96.0096.0097.0097.0097.00212 Treatment PlantsFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 15,657,426 $ 15,847,382 $ 16,892,634 $ 16,487,046$ 17,318,376$ 17,701,746 $ 18,103,25752000 Supplies3,605,393 4,861,731 7,039,078 7,365,0337,352,6407,444,889 7,573,98853000 Utilities10,122,001 10,808,071 11,583,583 11,771,79512,396,17913,064,272 13,768,69954000 Contractual Services4,521,453 6,636,002 7,048,221 7,168,1257,586,7077,712,900 7,842,95455000 Capital Outlay1,433,614 562,533 833,700 643,425254,600259,437 264,367TOTAL EXPENSES $ 35,339,887 $ 38,715,718 $ 43,397,216 $ 43,435,424$ 44,908,503$ 46,183,244 $ 47,553,266ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative14.0016.00 16.00 16.0016.0016.00 16.00Professional4.004.005.005.005.005.005.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft136.00 128.00 133.00 133.00134.00134.00 134.00Service/Maintenance21.0028.00 28.00 28.0024.0024.00 24.00TOTAL POSITIONS 176.00 176.00 182.00 182.00179.00179.00 179.00Treatment PlantsDESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The seven treatment plants serve five watersheds and include two of the largestfacilities in Missouri. All plants provide full primary and secondary treatment and disinfection to wastewater before returning the treated waste water to area rivers. The plants have separate descriptions on the following pages grouped by the watersheds they serve. 213 Bissell Point Treatment PlantFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 5,265,117 $ 5,231,253 $ 5,549,464 $ 5,432,797$ 5,400,827$ 5,524,108$5,651,46252000 Supplies1,397,644 2,529,951 3,606,575 3,759,3173,611,4823,680,100 3,750,02253000 Usage4,524,848 4,837,425 4,798,949 4,867,0155,165,9255,446,263 5,741,90754000 Contractual Services1,433,006 2,175,921 1,874,710 1,915,1091,808,0701,842,423 1,877,42955000 Capital Outlay820,215 34,87800000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 13,440,831 $ 14,809,429 $ 15,829,698 $ 15,974,238$ 15,986,304$ 16,492,895$17,020,820ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.005.005.00 5.00Professional1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft48.0043.0041.0041.0038.0038.00 38.00Service/Maintenance7.0011.0014.0014.0014.0014.00 14.00TOTAL POSITIONS 62.0060.0061.0061.0058.0058.00 58.00Bissell Point is the largest wastewater treatment plant in Missouri. Treating an aveage of 128 milliongallons of wastewater per day and 89 dry tons of sludge per day, it handles the majority of St. Louis' high strength industrial wastewater. The plant serves 88 square mile Bissell Watershed consisting ofthe northern half of the City of St. Louis as well as the northeastern portions of St. Louis County. The plant's secondary treatment is a biological treatment process consisting of trickling filters. The Disinfection Process uses sodium hypochlorate before discharging to the Mississippi River. Sludgeis thinckened and dewatered using belt filter presses. Bissell Point incinerates all solids producedfrom its wastewater treatment processes as well as all solids from the Distirct's Coldwater Creek Plant. The plant staff is also responsible for the operation and maintenance of the MSD incinerator ash disposal site. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES214 Lemay Treatment PlantFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,734,989 $ 4,732,004 $ 5,022,953 $ 5,027,614$ 5,309,330$ 5,426,091 $ 5,548,88052000 Supplies1,076,629 976,970 1,445,269 1,397,8181,281,9121,261,058 1,272,66553000 Usage2,387,765 2,490,673 2,830,151 2,838,2453,066,2483,230,621 3,403,90654000 Contractual Services1,372,383 1,452,452 1,859,642 1,876,3251,837,2951,895,009 1,914,52355000 Capital Outlay112,281 441,330 265,000 216,325240,000244,560 249,207TOTAL EXPENSES $ 9,684,048 $ 10,093,429 $ 11,423,016 $ 11,356,326$ 11,734,784$ 12,057,339 $ 12,389,181ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative4.005.005.005.005.005.005.00Professional1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft37.00 35.00 38.0038.0042.0042.00 42.00Service/Maintenance11.00 14.00 11.0011.007.007.007.00TOTAL POSITIONS 53.00 55.00 55.0055.0055.0055.00 55.00Lemay is the second largest treatment plant in Missouri treating an average flowof 119 million gallons and 50 tons of sludge each day. The Lemay Plant serves the 115 square mile Lemay Watershed, treating waste from 48 county municipalities and the southern portion of the City of St. Louis. The plant's secondary treatment system consists of step feed activated sludge. The plant uses an Ultraviolet (UV) system to disinfect wastewater before discharing to the Mississippi River. Sludge is thickened and dewatered using belt filter presses. Lemay incinerates all solids produced from its wastewater treatment processes. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES215 Coldwater Creek Treatment PlantFY13 FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,420,592 $ 1,502,397 $ 1,679,179 $ 1,446,061$ 1,490,761$ 1,521,604 $ 1,554,87752000 Supplies105,810 282,497 454,955 393,824415,480423,374 431,41853000 Usage875,646 867,024 840,075 884,172945,710996,784 1,050,63954000 Contractual Services391,768 623,608 726,801 610,111506,215515,833 525,63455000 Capital Outlay00 2,0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,793,815 $ 3,275,526 $ 3,703,010 $ 3,334,168$ 3,358,166$ 3,457,595 $ 3,562,568ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Professional0.000.001.001.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft13.00 13.00 14.00 14.0012.0012.0012.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 15.00 15.00 17.00 17.0014.0014.0014.00Coldwater Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant treats an average of 26 mgd. Itserves the Coldwater Watershed of northern St. Louis County utilizing activated sludge secondary treatment and sodium hypochlorate for disinfection and discharges to the Coldwater Creek. Solids are pumped to the Bissell Point Plant forprocessing.DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES216 Missouri River Treatment PlantFY13 FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,366,046 $ 1,446,809 $ 1,718,730 $ 1,584,694$ 1,885,874$ 1,928,041 $ 1,971,93352000 Supplies384,803 471,864 558,950 854,8751,005,1501,024,248 1,043,70953000 Usage344,358 602,101 979,932 1,048,3121,046,4561,101,630 1,159,76654000 Contractual Services431,394 899,315 1,056,654 1,069,1411,191,4301,173,307 1,195,60055000 Capital Outlay00 1,2000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,526,601 $ 3,420,089 $ 4,315,466 $ 4,557,022$ 5,128,910$ 5,227,226 $ 5,371,009ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft13.00 13.00 17.00 17.0016.0016.00 16.00Service/Maintenance1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS 15.00 15.00 19.00 19.0019.0019.00 19.00The Missouri River Plant provides secondary treatment to 38 mgd, serving the Missouri River Watershed in western St. Louis County. The plant's secondary process includes an activated sludge process and UV for disinfection before discharging to the Missouri River. The plant utilizes a sludge digestion processthat produces methane gas which generates electricity to run plant equipment. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES217 Meramec Watershed Treatment PlantsFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,870,683 $ 2,934,918 $ 2,922,307 $ 2,995,880$ 3,231,584$ 3,301,901 $ 3,376,10452000 Supplies640,506 600,448 973,329 959,1991,038,6171,056,109 1,076,17553000 Usage1,989,383 2,010,849 2,134,476 2,134,0522,171,8402,288,974 2,412,48154000 Contractual Services892,901 1,484,706 1,530,414 1,697,4402,243,6972,286,328 2,329,76855000 Capital Outlay501,118 86,325 565,500 427,10014,60014,877 15,160TOTAL EXPENSES $ 6,894,592 $ 7,117,245 $ 8,126,026 $ 8,213,671$ 8,700,338$ 8,948,189 $ 9,209,688ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.003.003.003.003.003.003.00Professional2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft25.0024.0023.0023.0026.0026.0026.00Service/Maintenance2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00TOTAL POSITIONS 31.0031.0030.0030.0033.0033.0033.00The Meramec Watershed is served by three wastewater treatment plants: Grand Glaize, Fenton and Lower Meramec which handle the flow produced throughout south and southwestern St. Louis County. Grand Glaize Treatment Plant serves as the centralized operation center for the three plants. Collectively the plants treat on is thickened and dewatered using belt filter presses and disposed of at landfills.DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESaverage 34 mgd with full secondary treatment and disinfection. Sludge at all plants 218 Pump StationsFY13FY14 FY15 FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 6,087,807 $ 6,258,878 $ 6,429,805 $ 6,614,972$ 7,146,360$ 7,298,806 $ 7,461,47552000 Supplies1,020,540 868,711 2,586,227 2,309,8381,333,3891,342,776 1,368,28953000 Usage3,295,551 2,977,441 3,169,328 3,432,4133,261,0003,433,116 3,616,82854000 Contractual Services2,002,793 2,897,913 2,856,886 3,068,0912,982,9603,039,126 3,096,87055000 Capital Outlay593,787 678,702 45,940 119,428406,000413,714 421,575TOTAL EXPENSES $ 13,000,477 $ 13,681,645 $ 15,088,186 $ 15,544,741$ 15,129,709$ 15,527,539 $ 15,965,036ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative5.005.006.006.006.006.006.00Professional0.001.007.007.006.006.006.00Technical0.003.000.000.003.003.003.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft44.00 47.00 48.00 48.0045.0045.00 45.00Service/Maintenance8.002.003.003.0012.0012.00 12.00TOTAL POSITIONS 57.00 58.00 64.00 64.0072.0072.00 72.00The Pump Station Division operates and maintains 42 flood protection stations, 25 major interceptorstations, and over 200 county pump stations. This Division maintains a District-wide computerized alarm system which monitors the 275 unmanned pump stations on a continuous basis. The Pump Station Division is responsible for the Bissell Point Overflow Regulation System, the Lemay Overflow Regulation System, and protecting the City of St. Louis during periods of high river stage. These automated systems prevent sewage from entering waterways as the river's elevations rise above the level of the sewer system. Additionally the Pump Station Division provides technicalsupport services to the District providing temporary flow monitoring services, monitoring rain gaugesand monitoring overflow points within the sewer system. This service includes operating over 350 temporary monitors that provide flow data to help understand and solve system maintenanceproblems and provide better engineering solutions. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES 219 Bissell Pump StationFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,422,611 $ 1,376,556 $ 1,384,252 $ 1,345,350$ 1,434,633$ 1,463,394 $ 1,493,34652000 Supplies127,128 10,812 281,666 357,977340,712347,186 353,78253000 Usage375,378 386,287 377,803 374,892384,420404,943 426,57554000 Contractual Services198,936 675,528 805,162 848,438884,531901,337 918,46355000 Capital Outlay300,338 145,7150070,00071,330 72,685TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,424,391 $ 2,594,899 $ 2,848,882 $ 2,926,658$ 3,114,297$ 3,188,189 $ 3,264,851ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft11.00 11.00 12.0012.0012.0012.00 12.00Service/Maintenance1.001.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 13.00 13.00 13.0013.0013.0013.00 13.00220 Lemay Pump StationFY13FY14 FY15FY15FY16FY17 FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,572,454 $ 1,567,813 $ 1,590,458 $ 1,751,209$ 1,600,986$ 1,633,035$1,666,23952000 Supplies 120,439 107,115 387,671 280,231325,100331,277 337,57153000 Usage 2,066,026 1,728,329 1,939,848 2,146,0481,957,2522,063,843 2,176,26454000 Contractual Services 157,323 496,256 440,365 629,698620,520632,310 644,32455000 Capital Outlay 83,337 145,196 0 010,00010,190 10,384TOTAL EXPENSES $ 3,999,578 $ 4,044,709 $ 4,358,342 $ 4,807,185$ 4,513,858$ 4,670,655$4,834,782ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.001.001.00 1.00Professional 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Technical 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Administrative Support 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Skilled/Craft 14.00 12.00 12.00 12.0013.0013.00 13.00Service/Maintenance 0.00 2.00 2.00 2.001.001.00 1.00TOTAL POSITIONS 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.0015.0015.00 15.00221 County Pump StationsFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,404,661 $ 1,438,408 $ 1,359,063 $ 1,459,877$ 1,517,967$ 1,551,020 $ 1,585,04352000 Supplies491,761 501,864 524,521 502,400403,529408,954 416,72453000 Usage801,879 799,163 791,473 855,628859,736905,176 953,06054000 Contractual Services832,065 953,299 580,192 606,373577,417588,388 599,56855000 Capital Outlay47,362 177,823 10,000 25,000239,000243,541 248,168TOTAL EXPENSES $ 3,577,727 $ 3,870,556 $ 3,265,249 $ 3,449,278$ 3,597,649$ 3,697,079 $ 3,802,563ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft12.0012.00 12.0012.0013.0013.00 13.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 13.0013.00 13.0013.0014.0014.00 14.00222 Technical ServicesFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,688,082 $ 1,876,100 $ 2,096,032 $ 2,058,536$ 2,592,773$ 2,651,357 $ 2,716,84752000 Supplies281,211 248,919 1,392,369 1,169,230264,048255,359 260,21153000 Usage52,269 63,662 60,204 55,84459,59259,155 60,93054000 Contractual Services814,469 772,831 1,031,168 983,582900,492917,091 934,51655000 Capital Outlay162,750 209,969 35,940 94,42887,00088,653 90,337TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,998,781 $ 3,171,481 $ 4,615,712 $ 4,361,621$ 3,903,904$ 3,971,616 $ 4,062,841ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.002.003.003.003.003.003.00Professional1.002.007.007.006.006.006.00Technical2.003.000.000.003.003.003.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft10.00 11.00 12.00 12.007.007.007.00Service/Maintenance5.000.001.001.0011.0011.0011.00TOTAL POSITIONS 20.00 18.00 23.00 23.0030.0030.0030.00223 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 201851010 Salaries & Wages$ 32,556,646 $ 34,010,477 $ 35,476,843 $ 34,729,073$ 37,160,955$ 37,839,356 $ 38,592,68851020 Overtime2,722,886 2,651,910 2,354,264 2,691,1782,402,9172,402,917 2,402,91751025 Labor Cost Allocation0(513)0000051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual1,5801,6120000051060 Worker's Compensation Pay22,86336,555057,46100051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards0540000051120 Membership & Licensing Fees128,422 147,578 140,863142,467147,732152,972 158,93851210 FICA Taxes2,610,931 2,679,947 2,892,806 2,769,1443,013,2643,008,835 3,008,83551220 Group Insurance4,984,771 4,588,938 5,376,248 5,106,5186,043,3396,646,892 7,203,43251230 Pension Contribution6,871,813 7,178,988 7,145,337 7,192,6167,012,3636,979,615 6,979,61551234 EAP8,6408,92104,48600051510 Temporary Help00040,500000Subtotal 51000 Personnel Services$ 49,908,551 $ 51,304,465 $ 53,386,362 $ 52,733,443$ 55,780,570$ 57,030,588 $ 58,346,42652010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases$ 1,569,337 $ 1,493,229 $ 1,675,174 $ 1,571,114$ 1,574,008$ 1,603,915 $ 1,634,38952020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip341,895 347,743 357,650398,166408,732416,498 424,41152030 Machinery & Equipment Parts3,032,051 2,599,932 3,484,831 3,623,3643,298,6903,351,365 3,413,23152040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Ca(121,976) 39,924 471,700501,560428,200425,127 433,20452050 Construction & Bldg Supplies1,995,924 2,272,867 2,286,367 2,363,1552,462,7262,505,517 2,557,19952070 Hardware101,910 107,241 112,722115,246113,398115,553 117,74852080 Hose Supplies231,369 282,756 258,104246,022260,654265,606 270,65352090 Electrical Supplies510,183 668,900 996,234859,801983,1291,001,809 1,000,84352100 Instrument Supplies542,446 463,438 1,648,194 1,474,822626,396618,297 635,42552110 Chemical Supplies1,360,794 2,503,663 3,860,192 4,213,4934,260,9604,341,919 4,424,41552120 Laboratory Supplies8,5347,5427,8009,7538,0608,2138,36952150 Plumbing Supplies355,134 404,455 537,896531,954584,096595,194 606,50352160 Paint Supplies43,40452,45656,43458,68965,96867,22168,49952170 Safety Supplies266,924 323,741 277,554324,270334,530340,886 347,36352220 Janitorial Supplies118,529 109,808 121,849120,151122,937125,272 127,65352240 Hand Tools240,099 293,184 256,916301,490282,456283,054 288,43252280 Uniforms235,068 231,821 287,395255,498283,096285,611 291,03852300 Safety Footwear112,931 106,864 114,40063,997119,800120,446 122,734Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionOperations DepartmentExpense Object224 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionOperations DepartmentExpense Object52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl6,47414,09012,50010,54812,38012,61512,85552320 Office Supplies43,64256,53740,16456,72642,11042,91043,72552330 Computer Supplies183,63390,53095,97493,52285,88484,13385,73152340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capit87,20962,368 110,28846,91634,46028,83829,38652360 Grounds Supplies12,93821,72227,87120,88625,84626,33726,83752370 Photo & Video Supplies2,8286,6023,1768,4153,4763,5423,60952380 Publications/Training Supplies1,9362,2727,0648,8307,3897,5297,67252390 Administrative Supplies6,1728,20412,3248,67712,98413,23113,48252400 Furniture & Office Equipment -19,88134,86620,06018,56818,74016,03916,34452990 Inventory (I/D)(320,858) 42,71908,55600052991 Inventory Obsolence0 521,9000(55,760)000Subtotal 52000 Supplies$ 10,988,410 $ 13,171,376 $ 17,140,833 $ 17,258,427$ 16,461,105$ 16,706,677 $ 17,011,75153060 Electric Usage$ 11,091,821 $ 11,196,694 $ 12,254,628 $ 12,571,786$ 12,951,068$ 13,663,377 14,414,86253070 Natural Gas Usage1,825,114 2,113,304 1,942,524 1,962,1472,073,1032,187,124 2,307,41653080 Water Usage539,662 490,629 563,524699,683664,044683,965 704,48453270 Telephone Usage321,831 321,770 407,786279,288303,702309,229 318,506Subtotal 53000 Usage$ 13,778,429 $ 14,122,398 $ 15,168,462 $ 15,512,904$ 15,991,917$ 16,843,695 $ 17,745,26854010 Postage$105 $ 110 $ 400 $231$ 330$ 336 $ 34354050 Office System Services23,60648,7953,77311,5703,9233,9984,07354060 Printing Services7,3332,95310,2108,36210,07510,26610,46154100 Travel Expenses45,64151,93358,08554,16869,11370,42671,76454120 Photo Services06000000054140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees31,177 117,93957,26581,622100,770102,175 104,11654180 Courier And Freight62,19485,34779,41284,64997,08298,926 100,80654190 Property & Other Space Rental13,356013,50020,50214,25014,52114,79754520 Professional Service373,466 568,599 1,708,392628,5881,380,5001,406,730 1,433,45754530 Building Repairs & Services(52,089) 657,032 1,048,851 1,003,4561,519,0371,547,899 1,577,30954540 Janitorial Services828,067 818,235 887,168830,000893,284910,256 927,55154550 Grounds Services539,888 609,664 794,604710,345889,638906,541 923,766225 ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedFY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017 FY 2018Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal 2016 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionOperations DepartmentExpense Object54560 Motor Vehicle Services188,119 250,228 176,750313,477324,584330,751 337,03554570 Machinery & Equipment Services1,552,927 3,046,144 2,513,909 2,717,8342,842,6522,926,662 2,951,69954580 Equipment Rental603,423 328,723 304,650254,141297,384303,034 308,79254590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning1,024,781 1,062,383 1,613,726 1,544,5451,541,1721,570,454 1,600,29354600 Electrical Repair Services267,376 540,946 462,913602,137802,776718,029 744,57154610 Instrument Repair Services151,304 481,206 484,501577,762320,382326,469 332,67254620 Plumbing Services255,171 407,473 418,617305,261438,724447,060 455,55454630 HVAC Services193,887 282,952 199,752295,188294,648310,246 315,95154640 Damage Repairs & Services55,366 132,62223,40020,29924,40024,86425,33654650 Waste Hauling1,086,041 1,267,529 1,383,887 1,342,1871,343,8131,369,346 1,395,36354660 Ash Hauling765,204 458,114 765,000765,000255,000262,650 270,53054670 Other Governmental Fees727,102 865,372 903,528860,897953,6331,010,992 1,028,68154680 Laboratory Testing Services348,785 334,222 458,630385,010409,780417,566 425,50054690 Safety Services39,61242,11987,58560,04997,48899,340 101,22854700 Asbestos Removal Services33,23427,37722,50057,92225,00025,47525,95954710 Community Outreach Programs5000000054720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying73,49391,777 214,000265,536238,500243,032 247,649Subtotal 54000 Contractual Services$ 9,238,619 $ 12,580,393 $ 14,695,009 $ 13,800,738$ 15,187,938$ 15,458,044 $ 15,735,25655010 Land Purchases$ 501,118 $ 1,618 $0 $0$0$0$ 055030 Structural Improvements1,130,827 203,793 177,000180,128190,000193,610 197,28955040 Processing Equipment545,094 785,338 517,000360,325240,000244,560 249,20755050 Auxiliary Equipment000014,60014,87715,16055060 Motor Vehicles1,212,376 1,931,187 2,459,000 3,429,1892,365,0002,409,935 2,455,72455070 Machinery & Implements283,168 186,654 400,800330,485879,000895,701 912,71955080 Instruments & Apparatus260,920 132,30015,00027,502159,500162,531 165,61955090 Furniture & Office Equipment007,80013,8005,6005,7065,81555110 Computer Equipment52,12019,59734,44033,4008,5008,6628,826Subtotal 55000 Capital Outlay$ 3,985,623 $ 3,260,487 $ 3,611,040 $ 4,374,830$ 3,862,200$ 3,935,582 $ 4,010,358$ 87,899,632 $ 94,439,120 $ 104,001,707 $ 103,680,341$ 107,283,730$ 109,974,586 $ 112,849,058Total General Fund Operating Expense226 REVENUEFUNDSThese funds were established to account for proceeds from the wastewater andstormwater user charges of the District. These revenues provide for theoperation, maintenance and improvementof the District’s sewer infrastructure.227  $200,000 $220,000 $240,000 $260,000 $280,000 $300,000 $320,000REVENUE FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Stormwater User ChargeWW User Charge RevenueThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 and projected for FY17 and FY18.  All user charge revenue is initially recorded in the Revenue Funds.  A portion of the revenue is transferred to the General Fund to cover daily operating, maintenance, and replacement costs, the remainder of the revenue is transferred to the Construction Funds for replacement projects, the Special Fund for the Water Backup Insurance & Reimbursement Program; the General Insurance Fund to cover any expenditure related to workers’ compensation, property, general liability, and flood insurance and related expenses; Emergency Fund for possible emergencies; and the Debt Service Fund to retire bonds issued for capital improvements.FY13 marked the first year of our current rate commission approved rate increases.  The increase in User Charge Revenue for FY13 through FY16 are primarily the result of our current Rate Commission Report, approved by the Board of Trustees, which established a four year Wastewater User Charge rate schedule which anticipated increases in annual revenue of $81 million from FY13 to FY16.   The average single family residential customer will see increases in their monthly bill of 10.9% in FY14, 11.3% in FY15 and 13.2% in FY16.  Rates for FY17 and FY18 are projected be the same as FY16 in this book, but could change with a new recommendation from the Rate Commission expected during FY16.  The Wastewater Rate ordinance can be found on pages  337‐358of this book, and it includes an appendix with rates for all four years of 228 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE FUNDSCONSOLIDATEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Wastewater User Charges233,882,797$ 245,555,629$ 279,327,262$ 279,048,347$ 313,049,235$ 308,986,657$ 307,789,976$ Stormwater User Charges1,338,273 1,370,514 1,194,996 1,366,506 1,395,276 1,332,680 1,332,680 Total Revenues235,221,070$ 246,926,143$ 280,522,258$ 280,414,853$ 314,444,511$ 310,319,337$ 309,122,656$ O & M Allocation to General Fund(148,889,818) (146,990,244) (178,772,470) (178,772,470) (208,967,916) (183,589,000) (186,665,000)Interfund Transfers(86,331,252)$ (99,935,899)$ (101,749,788)$ (101,642,383)$ (105,476,595)$ (126,730,337)$ (122,457,656)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 229 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE FUND - FUND 3306ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Wastewater User Charges233,882,797$ 245,555,629$ 279,327,262$ 279,048,347$ 313,049,235$ 308,986,657$ 307,789,976$ Total Revenues233,882,797$ 245,555,629$ 279,327,262$ 279,048,347$ 313,049,235$ 308,986,657$ 307,789,976$ Net Operating Income (Loss)233,882,797$ 245,555,629$ 279,327,262$ 279,048,347$ 313,049,235$ 308,986,657$ 307,789,976$ O & M Allocation to General Fund(148,889,818) (146,990,244) (178,772,470) (178,772,470) (208,967,916) (183,589,000) (186,665,000) Interfund Transfers(84,992,979)$ (98,565,385)$ (100,554,792)$ (100,275,877)$ (104,081,319)$ (125,397,657)$ (121,124,976)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 230 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTProjected User Charge RevenueWASTEWATER REVENUE FUND (3306)FY16 BUDGETNumber of Accounts Billed (Annualized)ProjectedAnnual Volume Base Charge $/serviceCompliance Charge $/serviceVolume Charge $/unit Projected Revenue Percent of TotalRESIDENTIAL Metered Single Family3,610,623 22,633,242 CCFs18.253.21 $138,546,577 Customer Assistance Program Credits - Metered23,012130,437 CCFs9.131.61(419,336) Unmetered Single Family687,93418.2512,554,796 Rooms Single Family3,970,9492.098,299,283 Water Closets Single Family994,4727.837,786,716 Baths Single Family775,5096.53 5,064,074 Separate Showers Single Family135,0356.53881,779 Customer Assistance Program Credits - Unmetered14,532132,245(246,172) Metered MultiFamily242,733 8,373,448 CCFs18.253.2131,308,645 Unmetered Multifamily243,37618.254,441,612 Rooms Multifamily2,641,5072.095,520,750 Water Closets Multifamily666,4587.835,218,366 Baths Multifamily618,6586.53 4,039,837 Separate Showers Multifamily27,2226.53177,760Subtotal: RESIDENTIAL$223,174,68571.3%NON-RESIDENTIAL Compliance 1 and Base277,35318.252.155,658,001 Compliance 2 and Base2,56918.2544.50161,205 Compliance 3 and Base6,87818.2594.80777,558 Compliance 4 and Base2,08618.25139.00328,024 Compliance 5 and Base1,24718.25183.15251,146 Total Non-residential Tier Charges290,133$7,175,933 Volume23,609,946 CCFs 3.21 75,787,927 Extra Strength Surcharges Suspended Solids over 300 ppm7,040 Tons251.881,773,235 BOD's over 300 ppm7,026 Tons 632.38 4,443,102 COD's over 600 ppm2,196 Tons 316.19 694,353Subtotal: NON-RESIDENTIAL$89,874,55028.7%TOTAL WASTEWATER USER CHARGE REVENUE$313,049,235100.0%231 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE FUNDSSTORMWATER REVENUE FUND - FUND 3307 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Stormwater User Charges1,338,273$ 1,370,514$ 1,194,996$ 1,366,506$ 1,395,276$ 1,332,680$ 1,332,680$ Total Revenues1,338,273$ 1,370,514$ 1,194,996$ 1,366,506$ 1,395,276$ 1,332,680$ 1,332,680$ Net Operating Income (Loss)1,338,273$ 1,370,514$ 1,194,996$ 1,366,506$ 1,395,276$ 1,332,680$ 1,332,680$ Interfund Transfers(1,338,273)$ (1,370,514)$ (1,194,996)$ (1,366,506)$ (1,395,276)$ (1,332,680)$ (1,332,680)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 232 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Projected User Charge Revenue STORMWATER REVENUE FUND (3307) FY16 BUDGET Accounts/Units (Annualized) Charge $/service Projected Revenue Percent of Total RESIDENTIAL Single Family Accounts 4,291,300 0.24 $1,029,912 Single Family CAP Accounts 26,100 0.12 3,132 Multi Family Units 1,626,000 0.18 292,680 Subtotal: RESIDENTIAL $1,325,724 95.0% NON-RESIDENTIAL Non Residential Accounts 289,800 0.24 69,552 Subtotal: NON-RESIDENTIAL $69,552 5.0% TOTAL STORMWATER USER CHARGE REVENUE $1,395,276 100.0% 233 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET234 CONSTRUCTION FUNDSThese funds were established to receive and disburse proceeds from revenue sources restrictedfor construction of improvements to sewerage and drainage collection systems and treatmentfacilities.Capital improvement projects are continued from previous budget years due to difficulties ineasement acquisitions, permit process, design revisions or special requirements. Funding sourcesfor capital improvement projects is primarilyfrom User Charges, Revenue Bonds, Grants andInvestment Income. Refer to the Capital Improvement & Replacement Program Summarysection for a complete listing of the continued projects.235  $‐ $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000CONSTRUCTION FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.Grant IncomeRevenue Bonds & Short‐term DebtThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 and projected for FY17 and FY18.  Since February 2004 the voters have approved the authorization to issue $1.72 billion in revenue bonds in order to continue the multi‐decade capital needs program for construction of improvements to sewerage collection systems and treatment facilities.  The District has $518 million of this authorization available, with plans to issue $255 million before FY17.   The changes to fund balance are the result of timing differences between the issuance of new bonds and the expenditure of those bond proceeds on capital projects.   Use of fund balance is considered a revenue for presentation purposes and to balance the budget.  Another significant source of cash flows into this fund group is from the wastewater user charges.  This funding source is not represented in this graph because it is originally received into the Wastewater Revenue Fund.  However, it is planned to provide financing of $21.0 million in FY16 for capital project expenditures.   Refered to as PAYGO funding, the wastewater user fees that will be allocated to the Construction Funds in FY17 and FY18 is dependant on the results of the Rate Commission process which is currently underway.236 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCECONSTRUCTION FUNDSCONSOLIDATEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.57,582,256$ 174,403,835$ 240,535,937$ 231,088,241$ 113,844,645$ 66,404,025$ 322,570$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds 212,930,691$ 192,451,732$ 152,994,710$ 75,000,000$ 191,297,000$ 206,157,000$ 88,945,000$ Interest on Investments1,694,449 2,174,599 1,216,992 1,526,205 355,380 247,1401,464 Grant Income- 955,600 - - - - - Miscellaneous780,172 241,783 - 795 - - - Total Revenues215,405,312$ 195,823,714$ 154,211,702$ 76,527,000$ 191,652,380$ 206,404,140$ 88,946,464$ Expenditures: Contractual Services-$ -$ -$ 7,398$ -$ -$ -$ Construction and Engineering157,350,592 176,877,552 258,210,000 222,234,898 260,093,000 282,485,595 92,945,180 Other(32,966,859) (8,003,767) - - - - - Total Expenditures124,383,733$ 168,873,785$ 258,210,000$ 222,242,296$ 260,093,000$ 282,485,595$ 92,945,180$ Net Operating Income (Loss)91,021,579$ 26,949,929$ (103,998,298)$ (145,715,296)$ (68,440,620)$ (76,081,455)$ (3,998,716)$ Interfund Transfers25,800,000$ 29,734,477$ 28,471,700$ 28,471,700$ 21,000,000$ 10,000,000$ 4,000,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.116,821,579$ 56,684,406$ (75,526,598)$ (117,243,596)$ (47,440,620)$ (66,081,455)$ 1,284$ Percentage of Change 203%33%-31%-51%-42%-100%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.174,403,835$ 231,088,241$ 165,009,339$ 113,844,645$ 66,404,025$ 322,570$ 323,854$ 237 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCECONSTRUCTION FUNDSCAULKS CREEK CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNT - FUND 6610ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.300,970$ 768,872$ 785,753$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Interest on Investments467,902$ -$ 3,924$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Revenues467,902$ -$ 3,924$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)467,902$ -$ 3,924$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interfund Transfers-$ (768,872)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.467,902$ (768,872)$ 3,924$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change 155%-100%0% N/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.768,872$ -$ 789,677$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 238 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCECONSTRUCTION FUNDSWILLIAMS CREEK CONSTRUCTION FUND - 6620ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.16,423$ 17,316$ 23,973$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Interest on Investments25$ -$ 120$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Miscellaneous868 - - - - - - Total Revenues893$ -$ 120$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)893$ -$ 120$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.893$ (17,316)$ 120$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change 5%-100%1% N/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.17,316$ -$ 24,093$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 239 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCECONSTRUCTION FUNDSSANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - FUND 6660ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.55,246,837$ 171,568,473$ 237,660,056$ 230,797,430$ 113,524,643$ 66,082,739$ -$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds 212,930,691$ 192,451,732$ 152,994,710$ 75,000,000$ 191,297,000$ 206,157,000$ 88,945,000$ Interest on Investments1,226,522 2,174,599 1,202,652 1,526,205 354,096 245,856180 Grant Income- 955,600 - - - - - Miscellaneous779,304 241,783 - 795 - - - Total Revenues214,936,517$ 195,823,714$ 154,197,362$ 76,527,000$ 191,651,096$ 206,402,856$ 88,945,180$ Expenditures: Contractual Services-$ -$ -$ 7,398$ -$ -$ -$ Construction and Engineering155,781,740 177,168,396 258,210,000 222,264,089 260,093,000 282,485,595 92,945,180 Other(32,966,859) (8,003,767) - - - - - Total Expenditures122,814,881$ 169,164,629$ 258,210,000$ 222,271,487$ 260,093,000$ 282,485,595$ 92,945,180$ Net Operating Income (Loss)92,121,636$ 26,659,085$ (104,012,638)$ (145,744,487)$ (68,441,904)$ (76,082,739)$ (4,000,000)$ Interfund Transfers24,200,000$ 32,569,872$ 28,471,700$ 28,471,700$ 21,000,000$ 10,000,000$ 4,000,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.116,321,636$ 59,228,957$ (75,540,938)$ (117,272,787)$ (47,441,904)$ (66,082,739)$ -$ Percentage of Change 211%35%-32%-51%-42%-100% N/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.171,568,473$ 230,797,430$ 162,119,118$ 113,524,643$ 66,082,739$ -$ -$ 240 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEFF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR)Maryland Heights$600,000 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IBrentwood 6,300,000 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION AFerguson 7,500,000 RIDGEMOOR DRIVE I/I REDUCTION & STORM IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-574)Clayton 1,300,000 BAUMGARTNER & BLACK FOREST SANITARY REPLACEMENT PHASE IIUnincorporated 2,100,000 FORESTWOOD LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-321)Ferguson 2,100,000 FOREST BROOK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-003 AND SKME-016) REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 150,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTP SECONDARY TREATMENT EXPANSION (MITIGATION CREDIT)Maryland Heights 150,000 FF-15 MCKELVEY/R.R. TO ADIE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IIIMaryland Heights 5,900,000 DC-06 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III AND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 125,000 NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated 4,200,000 POWELL AVE AND ANNALEE SEWER SEPARATIONBrentwood 430,000 ROSEMARY, PHILO, & KATHLEEN SEWER SEPARATIONWilbur Park 1,090,000 SHERWYN SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-651) AND I/I REDUCTIONCreve Coeur 1,200,000 CHANDELLAY DR. SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENTUnincorporated 570,000 ROCK HILL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-618)Rock Hill 1,350,000 VINITA DRIVE SANITARY RELIEFHanley Hills 250,000 HOLLY DRIVE SEWER SEPARATIONWebster Groves 1,120,000 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 270,000 DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 150,000 CLAVERACH PARK I/I REDUCTION AND SEWER SEPARATIONClayton 1,700,000 DEGIVERVILLE COMBINED SEWER RELOCATIONSt. Louis City 650,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 3,200,000 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various 4,750,000 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESVarious 4,900,000 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESVarious 1,400,000 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various 400,000 LEMAY WWTP SECONDARY IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated 510,000 LYNKIRK STUDY AREA I/I REDUCTIONKirkwood 200,000 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)St. Louis City 1,261,000 MARIETTA DR STORM SEPARATION AND I/I REDUCTION (BP-292)Normandy 90,000 MARTIGNEY I/I REDUCTIONVarious 1,000,000 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTIONVarious 3,200,000 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTIONOverland 810,000 NEWCASTLE I/I REDUCTIONFlorissant 70,000 SELVIDGE AREA I/I REDUCTIONBallwin 240,000 FY16SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660PROJECT LISTING241 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEFY16SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660PROJECT LISTINGSUB-TRUNK #2 LATERAL SANITARY RELIEFUnincorporated 230,000 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - WESTVarious 915,000 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE III Webster Groves 270,000 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IV Webster Groves 3,800,000 UPPER COLDWATER SECTION D I/I REDUCTIONVarious 450,000 BALLAS ROAD SUBTRUNK SOUTH I/I REDUCTIONVarious 550,000 BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF/CALUMET I/I REDUCTION (BP-317) Bellefontaine Neighbors 290,000 BISSELL POINT I/I REDUCTION (BP-619) (VALLEY DR)Various 610,000 NORTH BADEN CREEK I/I REDUCTION (BP-532) (WINCHESTER DR)Various 1,600,000 PADDOCK CREEK I/I REDUCTION (PRIVATE)Various 1,080,000 PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEFUnincorporated 1,880,000 PROVIDENCE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-640)Webster Groves 750,000 PUMP STATION REPLACEMENT PROJECTS (PHASE I)Various 950,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2016)Various 5,500,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2016) CONTRACT A Various 5,000,000 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated 2,500,000 LACKLAND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 1,600,000 BRINWOOD I/I REDUCTIONFlorissant 650,000 CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE IWildwood 4,000,000 COLDWATER CREEK WATERSHED I/I REMOVAL - SHARON STUDY AREA (N LINDBERGH BLVD AND LINDSAY LN) Florissant 77,000 COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D WET WEATHER STORAGE FACILITY TANK C Hazelwood 23,200,000 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)Various 500,000 DIXIE I/I REDUCTIONVarious 2,000,000 DUCHESNE AND GOTT I/I REDUCTIONVarious 770,000 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR COMBINED / SANITARY PROJECTS (FY 2016) St. Louis City And County 3,000,000 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL Various 3,500,000 FLORISSANT I/I REDUCTIONVarious 700,000 FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I - I/I REDUCTIONVarious 640,000 FORESTATE AND TEXAS SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-513)Grantwood Village 1,660,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016) Various 250,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (FY2015) CONTRACT A Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (FY2015) CONTRACT B Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PLANNING (FY2014)Various 400,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2016) Various 300,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT A Various 50,000 GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (SKME-417) Ballwin 50,000 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK) St. Louis City 3,900,000 242 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEFY16SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660PROJECT LISTINGMISSOURI RIVER SERVICE AREA I/I REDUCTION - CREVE COEUR CREEK EASTVarious 3,680,000 ALPINE DRIVE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALUnincorporated 680,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT BVarious 90,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT CVarious 90,000 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAINChesterfield 3,100,000 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATIONChesterfield 500,000 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52)Maryland Heights 6,600,000 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF SCREENINGS & WASHER/COMPACTOR IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated 3,300,000 LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATIONUnincorporated 2,050,000 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES)St. Louis City 8,075,000 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSVarious 2,600,000 MEADOWRIDGE AND EASTWOOD STORM AND SANITARY RELIEFKirkwood 280,000 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016)Various 3,360,000 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2016) CONTRACT BVarious 5,000,000 BLACK CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 2,200,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT EVarious 4,550,000 LUCAS & HUNT AND I-70 SANITARY SEWERNorthwoods 640,000 FLORISSANT PUBLIC I/I REDUCTIONVarious 3,700,000 FOREST BROOK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-003 AND SKME-016) PUBLIC REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTIONVarious 3,840,000 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH CONSOLIDATION SEWERSSt. Louis City 223,000 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL NORTH CONSOLIDATION SEWERSSt. Louis City 81,000 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT)University City 7,100,000 82ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09)University City 1,355,000 HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD)Ladue 300,000 KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD)Kirkwood 560,000 FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD)Des Peres 530,000 DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD)Ladue 320,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AVarious 80,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BVarious 140,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT CVarious 60,000 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AVarious 170,000 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BVarious 150,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT DVarious 130,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AVarious 100,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BVarious 90,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT CVarious 90,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT A Various 4,880,000 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016)Various 4,000,000 243 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEFY16SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660PROJECT LISTINGUNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01)University City 2,900,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-02 AND WC-03) University City 5,120,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (FY2015) CONTRACT C Various 50,000 AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER, HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, AND HAMBURG) Unincorporated 565,000 APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE)Unincorporated 610,000 COLDWATER SOUTHWEST SUBWATERSHED I/I REDUCTION (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD AND ASHBY RD) Various 3,100,000 CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD) St. Louis County 280,000 SPRINGDALE I/I REDUCTION (ROLLING DR AND SMITHFIELD PL)Bel-Ridge 130,000 UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) Unincorporated 565,000 VALCOUR AND BURLINGTON RR SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (VALCOUR RD AND WATSON RD) Unincorporated 994,000 HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) Unincorporated 560,000 KAPPEL (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (EXUMA DR AND GLEN OWEN DR) Unincorporated 475,000 KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD) Kirkwood 780,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT B Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT C Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT D Various 50,000 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT E Various 50,000 REAVSDALE I/I REDUCTION (MACKENZIE RD AND REAVIS BARRACKS RD) Unincorporated 485,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) CONTRACT D Various 4,532,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (BEL-NOR)Various 4,530,000 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS)Various 4,530,000 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELVarious 600,000 OAKLAND COMBINED SEWER DETENTION AND STORAGE (CLAYTON AVE AND OAKLAND AVE) St. Louis City 1,000,000 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III Various 1,500,000 LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTSSt. Louis City 2,220,000 LEMAY WWTF CHANNEL AERATION BLOWERSSt. Louis County 1,000,000 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTF SCREEN CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated 700,000 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENTUnincorporated 900,000 NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City 200,000 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood 9,500,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF BERM AND WATER FEED UPGRADEMaryland Heights 810,000 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT FVarious 60,000 HAMBURG AVE TO AL CLAIRE DR TO WEBMORE DR CSO L-181 (I-032) ELIMINATION Unincorporated 245,000 FLOW METERING MANHOLE IMPROVEMENTS (2016)Various 400,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF SECONDARY TREATMENT ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL MODIFICATIONS Maryland Heights 900,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 146FUND TOTAL:$260,093,000 244 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCECONSTRUCTION FUNDSSTORMWATER REPLACEMENT FUND - FUND 6700ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.2,018,026$ 2,049,174$ 2,066,155$ 290,811$ 320,002$ 321,286$ 322,570$ Revenues: Interest on Investments-$ -$ 10,296$ -$ 1,284$ 1,284$ 1,284$ Total Revenues-$ -$ 10,296$ -$ 1,284$ 1,284$ 1,284$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering1,568,852$ (290,844)$ -$ (29,191)$ -$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures1,568,852$ (290,844)$ -$ (29,191)$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(1,568,852)$ 290,844$ 10,296$ 29,191$ 1,284$ 1,284$ 1,284$ Interfund Transfers1,600,000$ (2,049,207)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.31,148$ (1,758,363)$ 10,296$ 29,191$ 1,284$ 1,284$ 1,284$ Percentage of Change 2%-86%0%10%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,049,174$ 290,811$ 2,076,451$ 320,002$ 321,286$ 322,570$ 323,854$ 245 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET246 OMCIFUNDSThese funds were established to account for proceeds from tax levies in the various subdistrictsand grants in aid of construction. Expenditures are primarily for stormwater sewerimprovements and stormwater maintenance and operation.Taxes collected in the various subdistricts must be spent within the subdistrict. The levied taxrates range from $.05 to $.10 per $100 of assessed property valuation. In order to finance largestormwater and infrastructure projects, taxes are held in fund balance until there is sufficienttax revenue accumulated to cover the costs of these projects.OPERATION, MAINTENANCE and CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS247  $‐ $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.TaxesOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)This analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 and projected for FY17 and FY18.  A portion of the Stormwater Capital Improvement and Replacement projects are funded by the Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement ad valorem taxes. These are primarily stormwater dedicated subdistrict assessments which fund projects and stormwater operations and maintenance specific to each subdistrict’s geographic area.  There are currently 22 subdistricts either collecting tax revenue, using or holding tax revenue balances.  Infrastructure and Stormwater projects are largely funded through prior year taxes collected and held in fund balances.  Ad valorem taxes are based on current property assessed valuations provided by the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County and are projected to remain flat through the projections period.The tax rates for each of the subdistricts can be found on pages 327‐335 of this book.The reduction in fund balance in FY16 is due to an increase in the size of the stormwater capital improvement and replacementprogram which is planned for that year.  Projects valued at $19.1 million are planned for that year in comparison to projects valued at $4.8 million in each of FY14 and FY15. Use of fund balance is considered a revenue for presentation purposes and to balance the budget.  248 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSCONSOLIDATEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.52,972,014$ 56,584,478$ 60,878,566$ 69,066,834$ 73,388,359$ 63,164,278$ 56,312,463$ Revenues: Taxes9,662,826$ 9,170,287$ 8,777,799$ 8,617,284$ 8,929,644$ 8,857,000$ 8,857,000$ Interest on Investments118,395 322,811 302,232 137,199 299,004 322,824 335,160 Connection and Other Fees19,998- - - - - - Miscellaneous8,539 6,516 - (196,982) 5 5 60 Total Revenues9,809,758$ 9,499,614$ 9,080,031$ 8,557,501$ 9,228,653$ 9,179,829$ 9,192,220$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense13,410,992$ 13,881,178$ 16,192,860$ 15,794,154$ 17,087,916$ 17,429,724$ 17,778,288$ Construction and Engineering6,619,560 4,787,293 7,268,000 4,813,372 19,143,500 15,108,200 9,427,000Total Expenditures20,030,552$ 18,668,471$ 23,460,860$ 20,607,526$ 36,231,416$ 32,537,924$ 27,205,288$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(10,220,794)$ (9,168,857)$ (14,380,829)$ (12,050,025)$ (27,002,763)$ (23,358,095)$ (18,013,068)$ Interfund Transfers13,833,256$ 21,651,213$ 16,200,040$ 16,371,550$ 16,778,682$ 16,506,280$ 16,506,280$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.3,612,462$ 12,482,356$ 1,819,211$ 4,321,525$ (10,224,081)$ (6,851,815)$ (1,506,788)$ Percentage of Change 7%22%3%6%-14%-11%-3%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.56,584,476$ 69,066,834$ 62,697,777$ 73,388,359$ 63,164,278$ 56,312,463$ 54,805,675$ 249 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSDISTRICTWIDE STORMWATER - FUND 5110ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.5,815,404$ 6,290,972$ 4,788,565$ 8,388,316$ 8,044,142$ 7,169,736$ 6,048,739$ Revenues: Interest on Investments20,638$ 40,917$ 35,220$ 13,188$ 32,172$ 53,256$ 48,564$ Total Revenues20,638$ 40,917$ 35,220$ 13,188$ 32,172$ 53,256$ 48,564$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense5,176,852$ 7,514,715$ 6,468,084$ 6,468,084$ 7,205,052$ 7,349,148$ 7,496,136$ Construction and Engineering- 279,283 - 40,585 - - - Total Expenditures5,176,852$ 7,793,998$ 6,468,084$ 6,508,669$ 7,205,052$ 7,349,148$ 7,496,136$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(5,156,214)$ (7,753,081)$ (6,432,864)$ (6,495,481)$ (7,172,880)$ (7,295,892)$ (7,447,572)$ Interfund Transfers5,631,782$ 9,850,425$ 5,979,797$ 6,151,307$ 6,298,474$ 6,174,895$ 6,174,895$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.475,568$ 2,097,344$ (453,067)$ (344,174)$ (874,406)$ (1,120,997)$ (1,272,677)$ Percentage of Change 8%33%-9%-4%-11%-16%-21%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.6,290,972$ 8,388,316$ 4,335,498$ 8,044,142$ 7,169,736$ 6,048,739$ 4,776,062$ 250 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSSTORMWATER OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE - FUND 5130ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.7,674,811$ 11,140,613$ 16,427,730$ 18,886,492$ 22,459,060$ 26,734,164$ 25,524,505$ Revenues: Interest on Investments14,966$ 62,958$ 52,632$ 32,101$ 89,832$ 147,312$ 192,840$ Total Revenues14,966$ 62,958$ 52,632$ 32,101$ 89,832$ 147,312$ 192,840$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense6,350,638$ 4,100,552$ 6,679,776$ 6,679,776$ 6,294,936$ 7,063,356$ 7,630,812$ Construction and Engineering- - - - - 4,625,000 1,325,000Total Expenditures6,350,638$ 4,100,552$ 6,679,776$ 6,679,776$ 6,294,936$ 11,688,356$ 8,955,812$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(6,335,672)$ (4,037,594)$ (6,627,144)$ (6,647,675)$ (6,205,104)$ (11,541,044)$ (8,762,972)$ Interfund Transfers9,801,474$ 11,783,473$ 10,220,243$ 10,220,243$ 10,480,208$ 10,331,385$ 10,331,385$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.3,465,802$ 7,745,879$ 3,593,099$ 3,572,568$ 4,275,104$ (1,209,659)$ 1,568,413$ Percentage of Change 45%70%22%19%19%-5%6%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.11,140,613$ 18,886,492$ 20,020,829$ 22,459,060$ 26,734,164$ 25,524,505$ 27,092,918$ 251 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS (LESS OMCI FUNDS 5110 and 5130)CONSOLIDATEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.39,481,799$ 39,152,893$ 39,662,271$ 41,792,026$ 42,885,157$ 29,260,378$ 24,739,219$ Revenues: Taxes9,662,826$ 9,170,287$ 8,777,799$ 8,617,284$ 8,929,644$ 8,857,000$ 8,857,000$ Interest on Investments82,791 218,936 214,38091,910 177,000 122,25693,756 Connection and Other Fees19,998 - - - - - - Miscellaneous8,539 6,516 - (196,982) 5 5 60 Total Revenues9,774,154$ 9,395,739$ 8,992,179$ 8,512,212$ 9,106,649$ 8,979,261$ 8,950,816$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense1,883,502$ 2,265,911$ 3,045,000$ 2,646,294$ 3,587,928$ 3,017,220$ 2,651,340$ Construction and Engineering6,619,560 4,508,010 7,268,000 4,772,787 19,143,500 10,483,200 8,102,000Total Expenditures8,503,062$ 6,773,921$ 10,313,000$ 7,419,081$ 22,731,428$ 13,500,420$ 10,753,340$ Net Operating Income (Loss)1,271,092$ 2,621,818$ (1,320,821)$ 1,093,131$ (13,624,779)$ (4,521,159)$ (1,802,524)$ Interfund Transfers(1,600,000)$ 17,315$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(328,908)$ 2,639,133$ (1,320,821)$ 1,093,131$ (13,624,779)$ (4,521,159)$ (1,802,524)$ Percentage of Change -1%7%-3%3%-32%-15%-7%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.39,152,891$ 41,792,026$ 38,341,450$ 42,885,157$ 29,260,378$ 24,739,219$ 22,936,695$ 252 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSBOND PLACE SPECIAL TAXING SUBDISTRICT - FUND 5401ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ 211$ 14,136$ 14,115$ 14,142$ 14,147$ 14,152$ Revenues: Interest on Investments211$ 59$ -$ 27$ -$ -$ -$ Miscellaneous- - - - 5 5 60 Total Revenues211$ 59$ -$ 27$ 5$ 5$ 60$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering-$ (13,845)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures-$ (13,845)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)211$ 13,904$ -$ 27$ 5$ 5$ 60$ Interfund Transfers-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.211$ 13,904$ -$ 27$ 5$ 5$ 60$ Percentage of Change N/A6590%0%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.211$ 14,115$ 14,136$ 14,142$ 14,147$ 14,152$ 14,212$ 253 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSCLAYTON-CENTRAL - FUND 5563ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.2,313,369$ 2,079,117$ 2,069,726$ 2,131,370$ 2,101,125$ 2,072,673$ 2,043,333$ Revenues: Taxes1,631$ 8,601$ -$ 926$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments3,892 9,605 10,332 4,420 8,400 8,256 8,112 Miscellaneous- (1) - (14,747) - - - Total Revenues5,523$ 18,205$ 10,332$ (9,401)$ 8,400$ 8,256$ 8,112$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense7,552$ 8,520$ 20,844$ 20,844$ 36,852$ 37,596$ 38,352$ Construction and Engineering232,223 (42,568) - - - - - Total Expenditures239,775$ (34,048)$ 20,844$ 20,844$ 36,852$ 37,596$ 38,352$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(234,252)$ 52,253$ (10,512)$ (30,245)$ (28,452)$ (29,340)$ (30,240)$ Interfund Transfers-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(234,252)$ 52,253$ (10,512)$ (30,245)$ (28,452)$ (29,340)$ (30,240)$ Percentage of Change -10%3%-1%-1%-1%-1%-1%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,079,117$ 2,131,370$ 2,059,214$ 2,101,125$ 2,072,673$ 2,043,333$ 2,013,093$ 254 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSCOLDWATER CREEK - FUND 5564ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.6,234,925$ 7,583,751$ 6,187,739$ 6,820,892$ 7,468,305$ 3,711,130$ 1,954,270$ Revenues: Taxes2,149,764$ 1,979,283$ 1,794,695$ 1,764,027$ 1,817,113$ 1,816,800$ 1,816,800$ Interest on Investments12,03935,17440,16414,620 29,868 14,448 3,840 Connection and Other Fees19,998 - - - - - - Miscellaneous1 - (1,516) - - - Total Revenues2,181,802$ 2,014,457$ 1,834,859$ 1,777,131$ 1,846,981$ 1,831,248$ 1,820,640$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense337,033$ 429,537$ 448,140$ 448,140$ 747,156$ 762,108$ 777,348$ Construction and Engineering496,738 2,348,760 850,000 681,578 4,857,000 2,826,000 - Total Expenditures833,771$ 2,778,297$ 1,298,140$ 1,129,718$ 5,604,156$ 3,588,108$ 777,348$ Net Operating Income (Loss)1,348,031$ (763,840)$ 536,719$ 647,413$ (3,757,175)$ (1,756,860)$ 1,043,292$ Interfund Transfers795$ 981$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.1,348,826$ (762,859)$ 536,719$ 647,413$ (3,757,175)$ (1,756,860)$ 1,043,292$ Percentage of Change 22%-10%9%9%-50%-47%53%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.7,583,751$ 6,820,892$ 6,724,458$ 7,468,305$ 3,711,130$ 1,954,270$ 2,997,562$ 255 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEDESMET INDUSTRIAL CT. LOT 8 BANK STABILIZATIONFlorissant $545,000 HERBERT AVE. 4200-4400 BLOCK STREAMBANK STABILIZATION Woodson Terrace 250,000 ROANOKE AND LOEKES STORM SEWERFlorissant 250,000 CALVERT AVE. #3342 STORM SEWERBreckenridge Hills 42,000 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTIONVarious 1,400,000 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF - PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION Overland 350,000 UPPER COLDWATER SECTION D I/I REDUCTIONVarious 970,000 BRINWOOD I/I REDUCTIONFlorissant 300,000 FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I - I/I REDUCTIONVarious 600,000 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - COLDWATER CREEK OMCI Various 150,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 10FUND TOTAL:$4,857,000 FY16COLDWATER CREEK OMCI - 5564PROJECT LISTING256 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSCREVE COEUR - FRONTENAC - FUND 5565ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.1,673,927$ 1,685,696$ 1,550,559$ 1,602,634$ 1,529,156$ 262,836$ 92,376$ Revenues: Taxes3,495$ 727$ -$ 2,715$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments2,9727,2277,9443,0666,1205,4243,240 Miscellaneous- - - (6,991) - - - Total Revenues6,467$ 7,954$ 7,944$ (1,210)$ 6,120$ 5,424$ 3,240$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense93,157$ 91,016$ 74,724$ 72,268$ 172,440$ 175,884$ 95,616$ Construction and Engineering(98,459) - 920,000 - 1,100,000 - - Total Expenditures(5,302)$ 91,016$ 994,724$ 72,268$ 1,272,440$ 175,884$ 95,616$ Net Operating Income (Loss)11,769$ (83,062)$ (986,780)$ (73,478)$ (1,266,320)$ (170,460)$ (92,376)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.11,769$ (83,062)$ (986,780)$ (73,478)$ (1,266,320)$ (170,460)$ (92,376)$ Percentage of Change 1%-5%-64%-5%-83%-65%-100%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.1,685,696$ 1,602,634$ 563,779$ 1,529,156$ 262,836$ 92,376$ -$ 257 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATECONWAY - CLERBROOK STORM CHANNELLadue $1,100,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$1,100,000 FY16CREVE COEUR - FRONTENAC OMCI - 5565PROJECT LISTING258 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSDEER CREEK - FUND 5566ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.6,025,103$ 7,188,806$ 9,480,301$ 9,816,033$ 10,206,761$ 8,958,450$ 9,029,286$ Revenues: Taxes3,518,524$ 3,451,189$ 3,419,713$ 3,354,566$ 3,496,241$ 3,458,400$ 3,458,400$ Interest on Investments16,53347,76047,73621,45546,34436,97239,156Total Revenues3,535,057$ 3,498,949$ 3,467,449$ 3,376,021$ 3,542,585$ 3,495,372$ 3,497,556$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense252,658$ 261,071$ 396,372$ 396,372$ 357,396$ 364,536$ 371,844$ Construction and Engineering518,696 610,652 3,298,000 2,588,921 4,433,500 3,060,000 4,053,000Total Expenditures771,354$ 871,722$ 3,694,372$ 2,985,293$ 4,790,896$ 3,424,536$ 4,424,844$ Net Operating Income (Loss)2,763,703$ 2,627,227$ (226,923)$ 390,728$ (1,248,311)$ 70,836$ (927,288)$ Interfund Transfers(1,600,000)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.1,163,703$ 2,627,227$ (226,923)$ 390,728$ (1,248,311)$ 70,836$ (927,288)$ Percentage of Change 19%37%-2%4%-12%1%-10%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.7,188,806$ 9,816,033$ 9,253,378$ 10,206,761$ 8,958,450$ 9,029,286$ 8,101,998$ 259 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEFORCEE LANE STORM SEWERLadue $148,000 DC-06 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III AND I/I REDUCTION Various 125,000 PARK LANE #9568 - #9572 STORM SEWERLadue 30,000 WEST OAK DRIVE STORM IMPROVEMENTSGlendale 35,000 HERMITAGE HILLS BANK STABILIZATION (FRONTENAC 3-1)Frontenac 315,000 OAK VALLEY EAST STORM SEWER (FRONTENAC 1-2)Frontenac 185,000 DEER CREEK WATERSHED INITIATIVEVarious 207,500 LACLEDE STATION - CHAMBERLAIN STORM SEWERWebster Groves 230,000 CLAVERACH PARK I/I REDUCTION AND SEWER SEPARATIONClayton 280,000 MARYHILL DRIVE STORM SEWERLadue 67,000 AUSTIN PLACE AND LOCKWOOD AVE. STORM SEWERGlendale 847,000 FIRETHORN DRIVE #1901 STORM IMPROVEMENTSDes Peres 180,000 GLEN RD #35 BANK STABILIZATIONWebster Groves 53,000 CONWAY & CHAPEL OAKS STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 7-5) Frontenac 176,000 GLEN ABBEY DR. STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 7-3)Frontenac 325,000 PROVIDENCE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-640)Webster Groves 50,000 MEADOWRIDGE AND EASTWOOD STORM AND SANITARY RELIEFKirkwood 830,000 DEER CREEK OMCI STORMWATER DESIGN (CONTRACT A)Various 350,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 18FUND TOTAL:$4,433,500 FY16DEER CREEK OMCI - 5566PROJECT LISTING260 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSBLACK JACK (DELLWOOD) - FUND 5567ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ 6,856$ 4,324$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Taxes6,856$ (2,558)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Revenues6,856$ (2,558)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)6,856$ (2,558)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interfund Transfers-$ (4,298)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.6,856$ (6,856)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.6,856$ -$ 4,324$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 261 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSFOUNTAIN CREEK - FUND 5569Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.688,277$ 293,462$ 174,485$ 251,117$ 177,528$ 5,788$ 5,812$ Revenues: Taxes2,604$ 959$ -$ 551$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments1,0881,7411,02052770824 (372) Miscellaneous- 1 - (1,599) - - - Total Revenues3,692$ 2,701$ 1,020$ (521)$ 708$ 24$ (372)$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense43,507$ 45,046$ 73,068$ 73,068$ 95,448$ -$ -$ Construction and Engineering355,000 - - - 77,000 - - Total Expenditures398,507$ 45,046$ 73,068$ 73,068$ 172,448$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(394,815)$ (42,345)$ (72,048)$ (73,589)$ (171,740)$ 24$ (372)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(394,815)$ (42,345)$ (72,048)$ (73,589)$ (171,740)$ 24$ (372)$ Percentage of Change -57%-14%-41%-29%-97%0%-6%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.293,462$ 251,117$ 102,437$ 177,528$ 5,788$ 5,812$ 5,440$ 262 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATESTORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - FOUNTAIN CREEK OMCIVarious$77,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$77,000 FY16FOUNTAIN CREEK OMCI - 5569PROJECT LISTING263 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSGRAVOIS CREEK - FUND 5571ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.4,650,370$ 5,428,836$ 4,734,902$ 4,890,500$ 4,755,484$ 2,605,903$ 2,503,679$ Revenues: Taxes1,430,829$ 1,405,361$ 1,327,136$ 1,300,701$ 1,352,063$ 1,341,000$ 1,341,000$ Interest on Investments8,18826,48929,25611,96919,02010,1527,788Total Revenues1,439,018$ 1,431,850$ 1,356,392$ 1,312,670$ 1,371,083$ 1,351,152$ 1,348,788$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense251,546$ 252,572$ 544,692$ 544,693$ 434,664$ 443,376$ 452,232$ Construction and Engineering409,005 1,717,614 950,000 902,993 3,086,000 1,010,000 1,000,000Total Expenditures660,552$ 1,970,186$ 1,494,692$ 1,447,686$ 3,520,664$ 1,453,376$ 1,452,232$ Net Operating Income (Loss)778,466$ (538,336)$ (138,300)$ (135,016)$ (2,149,581)$ (102,224)$ (103,444)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.778,466$ (538,336)$ (138,300)$ (135,016)$ (2,149,581)$ (102,224)$ (103,444)$ Percentage of Change 17%-10%-3%-3%-45%-4%-4%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.5,428,836$ 4,890,500$ 4,596,602$ 4,755,484$ 2,605,903$ 2,503,679$ 2,400,235$ 264 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEMADISON #708 STORM SEWEROakland $48,000 LIGGETT TO BIG BEND CHANNEL REPAIRSOakland 75,000 ROSEMARY, PHILO, & KATHLEEN SEWER SEPARATIONWilbur Park 1,700,000 GRANT #609 BANK STABILIZATIONWebster Groves 152,000 MANDA LANE #8901 STORM SEWERCrestwood 55,000 LAVINIA DR. #10709 STORM SEWERUnincorporated 48,000 MC ADOO CT #4325 STORM SEWERSt. Louis County 155,000 ANCHOR DR. AND DANA AVE. STORM SEWERUnincorporated 138,000 RAINRIDGE CT. #4125 BANK STABILIZATION & BUYOUTS (GCMB-370)Unincorporated 605,000 ALPINE DRIVE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALUnincorporated 110,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 10FUND TOTAL:$3,086,000 FY16GRAVOIS CREEK OMCI - 5571PROJECT LISTING265 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSLORETTA-JOPLIN - FUND 5574ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.344,894$ 364,870$ 345,219$ 384,220$ 401,186$ 414,508$ 427,624$ Revenues: Taxes23,265$ 21,592$ 21,540$ 20,897$ 21,638$ 21,600$ 21,600$ Interest on Investments5221,5491,8127301,6081,6561,692 Miscellaneous292 (1) - - - - - Total Revenues24,079$ 23,140$ 23,352$ 21,627$ 23,246$ 23,256$ 23,292$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense4,103$ 3,790$ 8,064$ 4,661$ 9,924$ 10,140$ 10,332$ Construction and Engineering- - - - - - 84,000 Total Expenditures4,103$ 3,790$ 8,064$ 4,661$ 9,924$ 10,140$ 94,332$ Net Operating Income (Loss)19,976$ 19,350$ 15,288$ 16,966$ 13,322$ 13,116$ (71,040)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.19,976$ 19,350$ 15,288$ 16,966$ 13,322$ 13,116$ (71,040)$ Percentage of Change 6%5%4%4%3%3%-17%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.364,870$ 384,220$ 360,507$ 401,186$ 414,508$ 427,624$ 356,584$ 266 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSMALINE CREEK - FUND 5576ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.1,980,889$ 2,652,633$ 2,798,610$ 2,942,354$ 2,843,043$ 1,710,778$ 1,938,678$ Revenues: Taxes720,759$ 602,292$ 644,885$ 618,294$ 646,147$ 637,400$ 637,400$ Interest on Investments3,77711,28914,4725,13911,3768,4846,864 Miscellaneous- 1 - - - - - Total Revenues724,536$ 613,582$ 659,357$ 623,433$ 657,523$ 645,884$ 644,264$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense287,923$ 340,996$ 372,744$ 372,744$ 409,788$ 417,984$ 426,348$ Construction and Engineering(235,131) (12,837) 350,000 350,000 1,380,000 - 1,525,000 Total Expenditures52,792$ 328,159$ 722,744$ 722,744$ 1,789,788$ 417,984$ 1,951,348$ Net Operating Income (Loss)671,744$ 285,423$ (63,387)$ (99,311)$ (1,132,265)$ 227,900$ (1,307,084)$ Interfund Transfers-$ 4,298$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.671,744$ 289,721$ (63,387)$ (99,311)$ (1,132,265)$ 227,900$ (1,307,084)$ Percentage of Change 34%11%-2%-3%-40%13%-67%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,652,633$ 2,942,354$ 2,735,223$ 2,843,043$ 1,710,778$ 1,938,678$ 631,594$ 267 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEHUDSON RD. #1401 - #1405 BANK STABILIZATION (MCDW-120)Ferguson $250,000 MARIETTA DR STORM SEPARATION AND I/I REDUCTION (BP-292)Normandy 730,000 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - MALINE CREEK OMCI Various 400,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 3FUND TOTAL:$1,380,000 FY16MALINE CREEK OMCI - 5576PROJECT LISTING268 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSMARLBOROUGH - FUND 5577ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ 324$ 104$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Taxes324$ (220)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Revenues324$ (220)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)324$ (220)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.324$ (324)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.324$ -$ 104$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 269 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSNORTH AFFTON - FUND 5579ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.296,878$ 349,187$ 397,385$ 397,706$ 449,670$ 496,910$ 544,034$ Revenues: Taxes62,083$ 56,867$ 59,429$ 57,866$ 59,588$ 59,700$ 59,700$ Interest on Investments4221,5431,9927451,8001,8602,040Total Revenues62,505$ 58,410$ 61,421$ 58,611$ 61,388$ 61,560$ 61,740$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense10,196$ 9,891$ 11,388$ 6,647$ 14,148$ 14,436$ 14,724$ Construction and Engineering0- - - - - - Total Expenditures10,196$ 9,891$ 11,388$ 6,647$ 14,148$ 14,436$ 14,724$ Net Operating Income (Loss)52,309$ 48,519$ 50,033$ 51,964$ 47,240$ 47,124$ 47,016$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.52,309$ 48,519$ 50,033$ 51,964$ 47,240$ 47,124$ 47,016$ Percentage of Change 18%14%13%13%11%9%9%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.349,187$ 397,706$ 447,418$ 449,670$ 496,910$ 544,034$ 591,050$ 270 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSNORTH KINLOCH - FUND 5580ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.1,780$ 19,938$ 20,048$ 20,020$ 20,059$ 20,143$ 20,227$ Revenues: Taxes68$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments241 82 96 39 84 84 84 Total Revenues309$ 82$ 96$ 39$ 84$ 84$ 84$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering(17,849)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures(17,849)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)18,158$ 82$ 96$ 39$ 84$ 84$ 84$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.18,158$ 82$ 96$ 39$ 84$ 84$ 84$ Percentage of Change 1020%0%0%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.19,938$ 20,020$ 20,144$ 20,059$ 20,143$ 20,227$ 20,311$ 271 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSSUGAR CREEK - FUND 5583ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.831,155$ 1,050,105$ 1,272,060$ 1,269,379$ 1,492,522$ 1,458,867$ 1,563,319$ Revenues: Taxes251,655$ 250,607$ 260,012$ 254,593$ 265,597$ 262,500$ 262,500$ Interest on Investments1,1404,7106,2522,3465,9765,8806,276Total Revenues252,795$ 255,317$ 266,264$ 256,939$ 271,573$ 268,380$ 268,776$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense32,795$ 36,043$ 88,176$ 33,796$ 75,228$ 76,728$ 78,264$ Construction and Engineering1,050 - - - 230,000 87,200 660,000 Total Expenditures33,845$ 36,043$ 88,176$ 33,796$ 305,228$ 163,928$ 738,264$ Net Operating Income (Loss)218,950$ 219,274$ 178,088$ 223,143$ (33,655)$ 104,452$ (469,488)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.218,950$ 219,274$ 178,088$ 223,143$ (33,655)$ 104,452$ (469,488)$ Percentage of Change 26%21%14%18%-2%7%-30%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.1,050,105$ 1,269,379$ 1,450,148$ 1,492,522$ 1,458,867$ 1,563,319$ 1,093,831$ 272 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWERKirkwood $230,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$230,000 FY16SUGAR CREEK OMCI - 5583PROJECT LISTING273 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSUNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES - FUND 5584ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.3,568,764$ 4,099,462$ 4,464,216$ 4,734,182$ 5,291,797$ 5,398,406$ 2,478,654$ Revenues: Taxes948,913$ 928,114$ 829,408$ 811,250$ 846,737$ 836,400$ 836,400$ Interest on Investments5,14318,07022,5488,67521,16820,5688,808 Miscellaneous8,244 1 - - - - - Total Revenues962,300$ 946,185$ 851,956$ 819,925$ 867,905$ 856,968$ 845,208$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense270,643$ 340,661$ 425,844$ 262,310$ 271,296$ 276,720$ 282,240$ Construction and Engineering160,959 (29,196) - - 490,000 3,500,000 50,000 Total Expenditures431,602$ 311,465$ 425,844$ 262,310$ 761,296$ 3,776,720$ 332,240$ Net Operating Income (Loss)530,698$ 634,720$ 426,112$ 557,615$ 106,609$ (2,919,752)$ 512,968$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.530,698$ 634,720$ 426,112$ 557,615$ 106,609$ (2,919,752)$ 512,968$ Percentage of Change 15%15%10%12%2%-54%21%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.4,099,462$ 4,734,182$ 4,890,328$ 5,291,797$ 5,398,406$ 2,478,654$ 2,991,622$ 274 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEUNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES - CORPS OF ENGINEERS STUDYUniversity City$300,000 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - WESTVarious 60,000 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - UNIVERSITY CITY OMCIVarious 130,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 3FUND TOTAL:$490,000 FY16UNIVERSITY CITY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES OMCI - 5584PROJECT LISTING275 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSUPPER PADDOCK CREEK - FUND 5585ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ 618$ 343$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Taxes618$ (275)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Miscellaneous- 1 - - - - - Total Revenues618$ (274)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)618$ (274)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.618$ (618)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change N/A-100%0% N/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.618$ -$ 343$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 276 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSWATKINS CREEK - FUND 5587ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.455,046$ 580,828$ 593,026$ 726,949$ 395,189$ 217,202$ 32,678$ Revenues: Taxes169,355$ 149,839$ 148,254$ 146,021$ 149,541$ 150,300$ 150,300$ Interest on Investments8952,9012,9521,1501,584864120 Miscellaneous- (1) - 1 - - - Total Revenues170,250$ 152,739$ 151,206$ 147,172$ 151,125$ 151,164$ 150,420$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense47,945$ 93,466$ 118,932$ 118,932$ 329,112$ 335,688$ -$ Construction and Engineering(3,476) (86,848) - 360,000 - - - Other(1) - - - - - - Total Expenditures44,468$ 6,618$ 118,932$ 478,932$ 329,112$ 335,688$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)125,782$ 146,121$ 32,274$ (331,760)$ (177,987)$ (184,524)$ 150,420$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.125,782$ 146,121$ 32,274$ (331,760)$ (177,987)$ (184,524)$ 150,420$ Percentage of Change 28%25%5%-46%-45%-85%460%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.580,828$ 726,949$ 625,300$ 395,189$ 217,202$ 32,678$ 183,098$ 277 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSWEDGEWOOD CREEK - FUND 5588ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.470$ 637$ 639$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Taxes963$ 1$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Miscellaneous(1) - - - - - - Total Revenues962$ 1$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)962$ 1$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interfund Transfers(795)$ (638)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.167$ (637)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change 36%-100%0% N/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.637$ -$ 639$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 278 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSWELLSTON - FUND 5589ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.141,807$ 150,191$ 138,444$ 155,821$ 180,550$ 200,237$ 219,585$ Revenues: Taxes48,786$ 41,175$ 31,615$ 30,167$ 31,171$ 31,000$ 31,000$ Interest on Investments236 602 504 270 720 792 876 Miscellaneous(1) - - 1 - - - Total Revenues49,021$ 41,777$ 32,119$ 30,438$ 31,891$ 31,792$ 31,876$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense40,637$ 36,147$ 62,472$ 5,709$ 12,204$ 12,444$ 12,672$ Total Expenditures40,637$ 36,147$ 62,472$ 5,709$ 12,204$ 12,444$ 12,672$ Net Operating Income (Loss)8,384$ 5,630$ (30,353)$ 24,729$ 19,687$ 19,348$ 19,204$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.8,384$ 5,630$ (30,353)$ 24,729$ 19,687$ 19,348$ 19,204$ Percentage of Change 6%4%-22%16%11%10%9%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.150,191$ 155,821$ 108,091$ 180,550$ 200,237$ 219,585$ 238,789$ 279 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSMISSOURI RIVER-BONFILS - FUND 5590ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.2,005,200$ 2,038,027$ 2,036,851$ 2,045,183$ 2,190,949$ 199,709$ 200,477$ Revenues: Taxes12,233$ 7,366$ -$ 5,019$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments7,7609,78910,1884,3108,760768768 Miscellaneous- 1 - (69,045) - - - Total Revenues19,993$ 17,156$ 10,188$ (59,716)$ 8,760$ 768$ 768$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering(12,834)$ 10,000$ -$ (205,482)$ 2,000,000$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures(12,834)$ 10,000$ -$ (205,482)$ 2,000,000$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)32,827$ 7,156$ 10,188$ 145,766$ (1,991,240)$ 768$ 768$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.32,827$ 7,156$ 10,188$ 145,766$ (1,991,240)$ 768$ 768$ Percentage of Change 2%0%1%7%-91%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,038,027$ 2,045,183$ 2,047,039$ 2,190,949$ 199,709$ 200,477$ 201,245$ 280 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEMISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE IIHazelwood$2,000,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$2,000,000 FY16MISSOURI RIVER BONFILS OMCI - 5590PROJECT LISTING281 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSLOWER MERAMEC RIVER BASIN - FUND 5591ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.5,180,375$ 128,766$ 162,894$ 196,475$ 135,151$ 135,691$ 136,231$ Revenues: Taxes37,003$ 9,261$ -$ 11,500$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments11,10623,4507205,096540540540 Miscellaneous- 6,510 - (77,920) - - - Total Revenues48,109$ 39,221$ 720$ (61,324)$ 540$ 540$ 540$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering5,099,718$ (11,172)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures5,099,718$ (11,172)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(5,051,609)$ 50,393$ 720$ (61,324)$ 540$ 540$ 540$ Interfund Transfers-$ 17,316$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(5,051,609)$ 67,709$ 720$ (61,324)$ 540$ 540$ 540$ Percentage of Change -98%53%0%-31%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.128,766$ 196,475$ 163,614$ 135,151$ 135,691$ 136,231$ 136,771$ 282 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSSHREWSBURY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES - FUND 5592ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.72,546$ 91,740$ 168,789$ 173,918$ 192,336$ 211,029$ 229,517$ Revenues: Taxes21,142$ 86,000$ 19,588$ 19,030$ 19,929$ 19,700$ 19,700$ Interest on Investments99 530 840 329 768 840 912 Total Revenues21,241$ 86,530$ 20,428$ 19,359$ 20,697$ 20,540$ 20,612$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense2,047$ 4,352$ 9,684$ 941$ 2,004$ 2,052$ 2,088$ Construction and Engineering- - - - - - 40,000 Total Expenditures2,047$ 4,352$ 9,684$ 941$ 2,004$ 2,052$ 42,088$ Net Operating Income (Loss)19,194$ 82,178$ 10,744$ 18,418$ 18,693$ 18,488$ (21,476)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.19,194$ 82,178$ 10,744$ 18,418$ 18,693$ 18,488$ (21,476)$ Percentage of Change 26%90%6%11%10%9%-9%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.91,740$ 173,918$ 179,533$ 192,336$ 211,029$ 229,517$ 208,041$ 283 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSSEMINARY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES - FUND 5593ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.1,165,625$ 1,353,321$ 1,424,386$ 1,477,777$ 1,566,527$ 1,020,870$ 1,159,634$ Revenues: Taxes233,210$ 163,976$ 221,524$ 215,486$ 223,879$ 222,200$ 222,200$ Interest on Investments1,6735,8627,1762,7406,2644,0924,632 Miscellaneous- (1) - (370) - - - Total Revenues234,883$ 169,837$ 228,700$ 217,856$ 230,143$ 226,292$ 226,832$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense47,187$ 45,485$ 70,872$ 34,329$ 85,800$ 87,528$ 89,280$ Construction and Engineering- - 100,000 94,777 690,000 - 690,000 Total Expenditures47,187$ 45,485$ 170,872$ 129,106$ 775,800$ 87,528$ 779,280$ Net Operating Income (Loss)187,696$ 124,352$ 57,828$ 88,750$ (545,657)$ 138,764$ (552,448)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.187,696$ 124,456$ 57,828$ 88,750$ (545,657)$ 138,764$ (552,448)$ Percentage of Change 16%9%4%6%-35%14%-48%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.1,353,321$ 1,477,777$ 1,482,214$ 1,566,527$ 1,020,870$ 1,159,634$ 607,186$ 284 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEBIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE IWebster Groves $200,000 COTTAGE #206 STORM IMPROVEMENTSWebster Groves 120,000 HOLLY DRIVE SEWER SEPARATIONWebster Groves 370,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 3FUND TOTAL:$690,000 FY16SEMINARY BRANCH OF RIVER DES PERES OMCI- 5593PROJECT LISTING285 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDSBLACK CREEK - FUND 5594ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.1,850,401$ 2,005,511$ 1,623,085$ 1,741,381$ 1,473,677$ 145,101$ 145,653$ Revenues: Taxes18,746$ 10,130$ -$ 3,675$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments4,854 10,504 8,376 4,257 5,892 552 (1,620) Miscellaneous3 5 - (24,796) - - - Total Revenues23,603$ 20,639$ 8,376$ (16,864)$ 5,892$ 552$ (1,620)$ Expenditures: Stormwater O&M Expense154,573$ 267,319$ 318,984$ 250,840$ 534,468$ -$ -$ Construction and Engineering(286,080) 17,450 800,000 - 800,000 - - Total Expenditures(131,507)$ 284,769$ 1,118,984$ 250,840$ 1,334,468$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)155,110$ (264,130)$ (1,110,608)$ (267,704)$ (1,328,576)$ 552$ (1,620)$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.155,110$ (264,130)$ (1,110,608)$ (267,704)$ (1,328,576)$ 552$ (1,620)$ Percentage of Change 8%-13%-68%-15%-90%0%-1%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,005,511$ 1,741,381$ 512,477$ 1,473,677$ 145,101$ 145,653$ 144,033$ 286 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATERIDGEMOOR DRIVE I/I REDUCTION & STORM IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-574)Clayton$800,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$800,000 FY16BLACK CREEK OMCI - 5594PROJECT LISTING287 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Stormwater Operations and Maintenance ExpensesIn OMCI FundsFY 2016Fund59202 Stormwater Equipment59203 Stormwater Supplies59201 Stormwater Labor59204 Stormwater Overhead Total5110 ‐ District Wide Stormwater418,680$ 334,596$ 3,342,852$ 3,108,924$ 7,205,052$ 5130 ‐ Stormwater Operations and Maintenance704,088 299,328 2,707,992 2,583,528 6,294,936 5563 ‐ Clayton Central OMCI5,736 2,244 14,136 14,736 36,852 5564 ‐ Coldwater Creek OMCI108,912 96,780 265,068 276,396 747,156 5565 ‐ Creve Coeur Frontenac OMCI23,232 11,760 67,284 70,164 172,440 5566 ‐ Deer Creek OMCI55,368 52,716 122,052 127,260 357,396 5569 ‐ Fountain Creek OMCI14,208 13,440 33,192 34,608 95,448 5571 ‐ Gravois Creek OMCI70,692 44,184 156,552 163,236 434,664 5574 ‐ Loretta Joplin OMCI2,040 408 3,660 3,816 9,924 5576 ‐ Maline Creek OMCI57,864 53,304 146,184 152,436 409,788 5579 ‐ North Affton OMCI1,632 2,292 5,004 5,220 14,148 5583 ‐ Sugar Creek OMCI9,672 22,416 21,120 22,020 75,228 5584 ‐ University City OMCI46,980 20,952 99,552 103,812 271,296 5587 ‐ Watkins Creek OMCI49,860 34,716 119,712 124,824 329,112 5589 ‐ Wellston OMCI1,932 252 4,908 5,112 12,204 5592 ‐ Shrewsbury Br Of River Des Per OMCI312 - 828 864 2,004 5593 ‐ Sem Br Of River Des Peres OMCI11,856 28,080 22,452 23,412 85,800 5594 ‐ Black Creek Subd #455 OMCI85,476 54,576 193,080 201,336 534,468 Total 1,668,540$ 1,072,044$ 7,325,628$ 7,021,704$ 17,087,916$ Note: Throughout this book, you may see expense budget amounts labeled as "Stormwater O&M Expense." This page is a detail of that number for FY 2016.288 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTStormwater Operations and Maintenance ExpensesIn OMCI FundsFY 2017Fund59202 Stormwater Equipment59203 Stormwater Supplies59201 Stormwater Labor59204 Stormwater Overhead Total5110 ‐ District Wide Stormwater427,056$ 341,292$ 3,409,704$ 3,171,096$ 7,349,148$ 5130 ‐ Stormwater Operations and Maintenance819,852 374,700 2,992,944 2,875,860 7,063,356 5563 ‐ Clayton Central OMCI5,844 2,292 14,424 15,036 37,596 5564 ‐ Coldwater Creek OMCI111,096 98,712 270,372 281,928 762,108 5565 ‐ Creve Coeur Frontenac OMCI23,688 11,988 68,640 71,568 175,884 5566 ‐ Deer Creek OMCI56,472 53,772 124,488 129,804 364,536 5569 ‐ Fountain Creek OMCI- - - - - 5571 ‐ Gravois Creek OMCI72,108 45,072 159,684 166,512 443,376 5574 ‐ Loretta Joplin OMCI2,088 420 3,732 3,900 10,140 5576 ‐ Maline Creek OMCI59,016 54,372 149,112 155,484 417,984 5579 ‐ North Affton OMCI1,668 2,340 5,100 5,328 14,436 5583 ‐ Sugar Creek OMCI9,864 22,860 21,540 22,464 76,728 5584 ‐ University City OMCI47,916 21,372 101,544 105,888 276,720 5587 ‐ Watkins Creek OMCI50,856 35,412 122,100 127,320 335,688 5589 ‐ Wellston OMCI1,968 252 5,004 5,220 12,444 5592 ‐ Shrewsbury Br Of River Des Per OMCI312 - 852 888 2,052 5593 ‐ Sem Br Of River Des Peres OMCI12,096 28,644 22,908 23,880 87,528 5594 ‐ Black Creek Subd #455 OMCI- - - - - Total 1,701,900$ 1,093,500$ 7,472,148$ 7,162,176$ 17,429,724$ Note: Throughout this book, you may see expense budget amounts labeled as "Stormwater O&M Expense." This page is a detail of that number for FY 2017.289 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Stormwater Operations and Maintenance ExpensesIn OMCI FundsFY 2018Fund59202 Stormwater Equipment59203 Stormwater Supplies59201 Stormwater Labor59204 Stormwater Overhead Total5110 ‐ District Wide Stormwater435,600$ 348,120$ 3,477,900$ 3,234,516$ 7,496,136$ 5130 ‐ Stormwater Operations and Maintenance899,400 424,032 3,210,036 3,097,344 7,630,812 5563 ‐ Clayton Central OMCI5,964 2,340 14,712 15,336 38,352 5564 ‐ Coldwater Creek OMCI113,316 100,692 275,784 287,556 777,348 5565 ‐ Creve Coeur Frontenac OMCI12,888 6,516 37,308 38,904 95,616 5566 ‐ Deer Creek OMCI57,600 54,852 126,984 132,408 371,844 5569 ‐ Fountain Creek OMCI- - - - - 5571 ‐ Gravois Creek OMCI73,548 45,972 162,876 169,836 452,232 5574 ‐ Loretta Joplin OMCI2,124 420 3,816 3,972 10,332 5576 ‐ Maline Creek OMCI60,204 55,452 152,100 158,592 426,348 5579 ‐ North Affton OMCI1,704 2,388 5,208 5,424 14,724 5583 ‐ Sugar Creek OMCI10,068 23,316 21,972 22,908 78,264 5584 ‐ University City OMCI48,876 21,792 103,572 108,000 282,240 5587 ‐ Watkins Creek OMCI- - - - - 5589 ‐ Wellston OMCI2,004 252 5,100 5,316 12,672 5592 ‐ Shrewsbury Br Of River Des Per OMCI324 - 864 900 2,088 5593 ‐ Sem Br Of River Des Peres OMCI12,336 29,220 23,364 24,360 89,280 5594 ‐ Black Creek Subd #455 OMCI- - - - - Total 1,735,956$ 1,115,364$ 7,621,596$ 7,305,372$ 17,778,288$ Note: Throughout this book, you may see expense budget amounts labeled as "Stormwater O&M Expense." This page is a detail of that number for FY 2018.290 DEBTSERVICE FUNDSThe Debt Service Funds consist of Wastewater Revenue Bonds Funds. In February 2004, St. Louis votersauthorized the use of $500 million in bonds to fund the District’s wastewater capital improvement program.The last of the authorized bonds were issued in FY09.In 2008, the voters approved an additional $275 million in Wastewater Revenue Bonds to further fund thewastewater capital improvement program. The last of the bonds in this authorization were issued in FY12.In June 2012, MSD received authorization from the votersfor an additional $945 million of revenue bonds.291  $‐ $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000DEBT SERVICE FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)MiscellaneousInterestRevenue BondsThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 and projected for FY17 and FY18.  The issuance of District‐wide revenue bonds is used to fund wastewater capital improvement projects.  The increase in fund balance FY16 through FY18 is attributed to the Revenue Bond proceeds of approximately 10% of the senior bonds issued that are required to be placed in reserve in accordance with MSD’s bond covenants. While the major source of cash inflows to this fund group are from user charge revenue transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund to pay principal and interest as it comes due, those inflows are not reflected on this chart since they are originally received into the Wastewater Revenue Fund.  The transfer of that money is planned to closely mirror the expenditures for principal and interest on the debt. 292 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEDEBT SERVICE FUNDSCONSOLIDATEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.39,892,760$ 47,140,133$ 60,787,654$ 71,843,247$ 75,386,637$ 84,366,589$ 96,170,449$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds 12,069,309$ 9,548,268$ 13,910,692$ -$ 8,728,000$ 11,495,000$ 4,156,000$ Taxes- 2 - - - - - Interest on Investments(54,368) 676,676 231,960 177,652 251,952 286,860 332,928 Total Revenues12,014,941$ 10,224,946$ 14,142,652$ 177,652$ 8,979,952$ 11,781,860$ 4,488,928$ Expenditures: Principal Payments21,845,839$ 10,037,200$ 20,252,200$ 18,127,200$ 30,342,688$ 37,908,700$ 42,548,800$ Interest Payments29,586,110 32,802,537 44,297,076 43,360,643 40,621,927 64,948,146 61,799,756 Other1,623,710 1,594,094 2,163,764 1,859,511 2,516,704 2,768,865 2,876,322 Total Expenditures53,055,659$ 44,433,831$ 66,713,040$ 63,347,354$ 73,481,319$ 105,625,711$ 107,224,878$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(41,040,718)$ (34,208,885)$ (52,570,388)$ (63,169,702)$ (64,501,367)$ (93,843,851)$ (102,735,950)$ Interfund Transfers48,288,091$ 58,911,999$ 66,713,092$ 66,713,092$ 73,481,319$ 105,647,711$ 107,224,878$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.7,247,373$ 24,703,114$ 14,142,704$ 3,543,390$ 8,979,952$ 11,803,860$ 4,488,928$ Percentage of Change 18%52%23%5%12%14%5%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.47,140,133$ 71,843,247$ 74,930,358$ 75,386,637$ 84,366,589$ 96,170,449$ 100,659,377$ 293 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEGENERAL OBLIGATION BOND PRINCIPAL INTEREST FUNDSMISSISSIPPI RIVER PRINCIPAL INTEREST - FUND 2205ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Revenues: Taxes-$ 2$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Total Revenues-$ 2$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Expenditures:Net Operating Income (Loss)-$ 2$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interfund Transfers-$ (2)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AFUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 294 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2804ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.23,985,297$ 19,691,600$ 19,118,491$ 11,049,662$ 12,279,740$ 12,328,856$ 12,377,972$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ (19,874,926)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments47,568 215,33280,8449149,11649,11649,116Total Revenues47,568$ (19,659,594)$ 80,844$ 91$ 49,116$ 49,116$ 49,116$ Expenditures: Principal Payments20,205,839$ 8,352,200$ 16,372,200$ 16,372,200$ 17,338,000$ 18,119,700$ 18,480,800$ Interest Payments9,161,657 2,744,218 6,084,602 5,146,425 4,846,292 4,538,301 4,201,476 Other1,643,996 1,580,927 2,147,314 1,855,514 1,747,137 1,633,351 1,515,946 Total Expenditures31,011,492$ 12,677,345$ 24,604,116$ 23,374,139$ 23,931,429$ 24,291,352$ 24,198,222$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(30,963,924)$ (32,336,939)$ (24,523,272)$ (23,374,048)$ (23,882,313)$ (24,242,236)$ (24,149,106)$ Interfund Transfers26,670,227$ 23,695,001$ 24,604,126$ 24,604,126$ 23,931,429$ 24,291,352$ 24,198,222$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(4,293,697)$ (8,641,938)$ 80,854$ 1,230,078$ 49,116$ 49,116$ 49,116$ Percentage of Change -18%-44%0%11%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.19,691,600$ 11,049,662$ 19,199,345$ 12,279,740$ 12,328,856$ 12,377,972$ 12,427,088$ 295 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2808ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.6,818,933$ 6,253,613$ 6,315,147$ 6,317,360$ 6,334,683$ 6,360,027$ 6,385,371$ Revenues: Interest on Investments12,026$ 66,097$ 31,500$ 15,713$ 25,344$ 25,344$ 25,344$ Total Revenues12,026$ 66,097$ 31,500$ 15,713$ 25,344$ 25,344$ 25,344$ Expenditures: Interest Payments2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ Other4,350 2,350 2,350 750 - - - Total Expenditures2,906,350$ 2,904,350$ 2,904,350$ 2,902,750$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(2,894,324)$ (2,838,253)$ (2,872,850)$ (2,887,037)$ (2,876,656)$ (2,876,656)$ (2,876,656)$ Interfund Transfers2,329,004$ 2,902,000$ 2,904,360$ 2,904,360$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ 2,902,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(565,320)$ 63,747$ 31,510$ 17,323$ 25,344$ 25,344$ 25,344$ Percentage of Change -8%1%0%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.6,253,613$ 6,317,360$ 6,346,657$ 6,334,683$ 6,360,027$ 6,385,371$ 6,410,715$ 296 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2810ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.2,818,545$ 2,806,222$ 2,835,062$ 2,840,497$ 2,849,906$ 2,861,306$ 2,872,706$ Revenues: Interest on Investments(7,038)$ 37,060$ 14,136$ 7,904$ 11,400$ 11,400$ 11,400$ Total Revenues(7,038)$ 37,060$ 14,136$ 7,904$ 11,400$ 11,400$ 11,400$ Expenditures: Interest Payments1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,436$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ Other4,850 2,350 2,350 849 - - - Total Expenditures1,637,285$ 1,634,785$ 1,634,785$ 1,633,285$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(1,644,323)$ (1,597,725)$ (1,620,649)$ (1,625,381)$ (1,621,035)$ (1,621,035)$ (1,621,035)$ Interfund Transfers1,632,000$ 1,632,000$ 1,634,790$ 1,634,790$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ 1,632,435$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(12,323)$ 34,275$ 14,141$ 9,409$ 11,400$ 11,400$ 11,400$ Percentage of Change 0%1%0%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,806,222$ 2,840,497$ 2,849,203$ 2,849,906$ 2,861,306$ 2,872,706$ 2,884,106$ 297 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2812ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.3,981,873$ 3,996,146$ 4,710,230$ 3,888,590$ 3,901,884$ 3,917,496$ 3,933,108$ Revenues: Interest on Investments18,563$ 33,736$ 24,144$ 12,672$ 15,612$ 15,612$ 15,612$ Total Revenues18,563$ 33,736$ 24,144$ 12,672$ 15,612$ 15,612$ 15,612$ Expenditures: Interest Payments3,235,440$ 3,373,942$ 3,360,876$ 3,362,618$ 3,360,876$ 3,360,876$ 3,360,876$ Other4,850 2,350 2,350 - - - - Total Expenditures3,240,290$ 3,376,292$ 3,363,226$ 3,362,618$ 3,360,876$ 3,360,876$ 3,360,876$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(3,221,727)$ (3,342,556)$ (3,339,082)$ (3,349,946)$ (3,345,264)$ (3,345,264)$ (3,345,264)$ Interfund Transfers3,236,000$ 3,235,000$ 3,363,240$ 3,363,240$ 3,360,876$ 3,360,876$ 3,360,876$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.14,273$ (107,556)$ 24,158$ 13,294$ 15,612$ 15,612$ 15,612$ Percentage of Change 0%-3%1%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.3,996,146$ 3,888,590$ 4,734,388$ 3,901,884$ 3,917,496$ 3,933,108$ 3,948,720$ 298 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2816ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.2,288,112$ 2,288,374$ 2,325,036$ 2,334,602$ 2,344,752$ 2,354,136$ 2,385,520$ Revenues: Interest on Investments512$ 48,778$ 11,580$ 7,800$ 9,384$ 9,384$ 9,468$ Total Revenues512$ 48,778$ 11,580$ 7,800$ 9,384$ 9,384$ 9,468$ Expenditures: Principal Payments1,640,000$ 1,685,000$ 1,755,000$ 1,755,000$ 1,845,000$ 1,915,000$ 2,010,000$ Interest Payments2,239,900 2,190,700 2,123,300 2,123,300 2,035,550 1,943,300 1,847,550 Other350 2,850 2,350 - - - - Total Expenditures3,880,250$ 3,878,550$ 3,880,650$ 3,878,300$ 3,880,550$ 3,858,300$ 3,857,550$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(3,879,738)$ (3,829,772)$ (3,869,070)$ (3,870,500)$ (3,871,166)$ (3,848,916)$ (3,848,082)$ Interfund Transfers3,880,000$ 3,876,000$ 3,880,650$ 3,880,650$ 3,880,550$ 3,880,300$ 3,857,550$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.262$ 46,228$ 11,580$ 10,150$ 9,384$ 31,384$ 9,468$ Percentage of Change 0%2%0%0%0%1%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.2,288,374$ 2,334,602$ 2,336,616$ 2,344,752$ 2,354,136$ 2,385,520$ 2,394,988$ 299 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2817ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ 12,104,178$ 12,273,139$ 12,339,778$ 12,401,667$ 12,401,667$ 12,401,667$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds 12,069,309$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments(130,446) 238,525 - 61,734 - - - Total Revenues11,938,863$ 238,525$ -$ 61,734$ -$ -$ -$ Expenditures: Principal Payments-$ -$ -$ -$ 5,000,000$ 5,300,000$ 5,300,000$ Interest Payments7,270,688 10,554,225 10,554,225 10,554,226 10,554,225 10,354,225 10,089,225 Other- 2,700 2,350 2,199 - - - Total Expenditures7,270,688$ 10,556,925$ 10,556,575$ 10,556,425$ 15,554,225$ 15,654,225$ 15,389,225$ Net Operating Income (Loss)4,668,175$ (10,318,400)$ (10,556,575)$ (10,494,691)$ (15,554,225)$ (15,654,225)$ (15,389,225)$ Interfund Transfers7,436,003$ 10,554,000$ 10,556,580$ 10,556,580$ 15,554,225$ 15,654,225$ 15,389,225$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.12,104,178$ 235,600$ 5$ 61,889$ -$ -$ -$ Percentage of Change N/A2%0%1%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.12,104,178$ 12,339,778$ 12,273,144$ 12,401,667$ 12,401,667$ 12,401,667$ 12,401,667$ 300 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2818ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ 20,459$ 19,882,118$ 22,053,628$ 22,141,840$ 22,230,052$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ 19,874,926$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments4,447 (14,778) 108 44,356 88,212 88,212 88,212 Total Revenues4,447$ 19,860,148$ 108$ 44,356$ 88,212$ 88,212$ 88,212$ Expenditures: Principal Payments-$ -$ 2,125,000$ -$ 2,325,000$ 2,570,000$ 2,775,000$ Interest Payments3,143,990 6,777,463 6,777,463 6,777,462 6,713,713 6,620,713 6,572,088 Other(34,686) 567 2,350 200 (1) (1) (1) Total Expenditures3,109,304$ 6,778,030$ 8,904,813$ 6,777,662$ 9,038,712$ 9,190,712$ 9,347,087$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(3,104,857)$ 13,082,118$ (8,904,705)$ (6,733,306)$ (8,950,500)$ (9,102,500)$ (9,258,875)$ Interfund Transfers3,104,857$ 6,800,000$ 8,904,816$ 8,904,816$ 9,038,712$ 9,190,712$ 9,347,087$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ 19,882,118$ 111$ 2,171,510$ 88,212$ 88,212$ 88,212$ Percentage of Change N/AN/A1%11%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ 19,882,118$ 20,570$ 22,053,628$ 22,141,840$ 22,230,052$ 22,318,264$ 301 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2819ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ 13,190,090$ 13,190,640$ 13,218,347$ 13,271,219$ 13,324,091$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ 9,548,268$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments- 51,926 69,648 25,352 52,872 52,872 52,872 Miscellaneous- - - - - - - Total Revenues-$ 9,600,194$ 69,648$ 25,352$ 52,872$ 52,872$ 52,872$ Expenditures: Principal Payments-$ -$ -$ -$ 1,000,000$ 3,000,000$ 3,000,000$ Interest Payments- 2,627,554 7,112,175 7,112,176 7,112,175 7,092,175 6,979,675 Other- - 2,350 (1) - - - Total Expenditures-$ 2,627,554$ 7,114,525$ 7,112,175$ 8,112,175$ 10,092,175$ 9,979,675$ Net Operating Income (Loss)-$ 6,972,640$ (7,044,877)$ (7,086,823)$ (8,059,303)$ (10,039,303)$ (9,926,803)$ Interfund Transfers-$ 6,218,000$ 7,114,530$ 7,114,530$ 8,112,175$ 10,092,175$ 9,979,675$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ 13,190,640$ 69,653$ 27,707$ 52,872$ 52,872$ 52,872$ Percentage of Change N/AN/A1%0%0%0%0%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ 13,190,640$ 13,259,743$ 13,218,347$ 13,271,219$ 13,324,091$ 13,376,963$ 302 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND 2820ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018ActualActualBudget CY Act/Fcst BudgetBudgetBudgetFY13FY14FY15FY15FY16FY17FY18FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ 2,030$ 2,042$ 2,054$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ -$ 13,910,692$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Interest on Investments- - - 2,030 12 12 12 Total Revenues-$ -$ 13,910,692$ 2,030$ 12$ 12$ 12$ Expenditures: Principal Payments-$ -$ -$ -$ 2,080,000$ 2,134,000$ 2,190,000$ Interest Payments- - 3,750,000 3,750,000 797,994 765,545 732,251 Other- - - - 519,568 497,727 475,314 Total Expenditures-$ -$ 3,750,000$ 3,750,000$ 3,397,562$ 3,397,272$ 3,397,565$ Net Operating Income (Loss)-$ -$ 10,160,692$ (3,747,970)$ (3,397,550)$ (3,397,260)$ (3,397,553)$ Interfund Transfers-$ -$ 3,750,000$ 3,750,000$ 3,397,562$ 3,397,272$ 3,397,565$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ -$ 13,910,692$ 2,030$ 12$ 12$ 12$ Percentage of Change N/AN/AN/AN/A1%1%1%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ -$ 13,910,692$ 2,030$ 2,042$ 2,054$ 2,066$ 303 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCEREVENUE BOND SERVICE FUNDSWASTEWATER REVENUE BOND SERVICE FUND - FUND PROPOSEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 8,728,000$ 20,257,908$ Revenues: Revenue Bonds -$ -$ -$ -$ 8,728,000$ 11,495,000$ 4,156,000$ Interest on Investments- - - - - 34,908 80,892 Total Revenues-$ -$ -$ -$ 8,728,000$ 11,529,908$ 4,236,892$ Expenditures: Principal Payments-$ -$ -$ -$ 754,688$ 4,870,000$ 8,793,000$ Interest Payments- - - - 666,667 25,738,576 23,482,180 Other- - - - 250,000 637,788 885,063 Total Expenditures-$ -$ -$ -$ 1,671,355$ 31,246,364$ 33,160,243$ Net Operating Income (Loss)-$ -$ -$ -$ 7,056,645$ (19,716,456)$ (28,923,351)$ Interfund Transfers-$ -$ -$ -$ 1,671,355$ 31,246,364$ 33,160,243$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.-$ -$ -$ -$ 8,728,000$ 11,529,908$ 4,236,892$ Percentage of Change N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A132%21%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.-$ -$ -$ -$ 8,728,000$ 20,257,908$ 24,494,800$ 304 PrincipalPrincipalFiscal OutstandingPayments & InterestYear Ended(beginning of yr)Additions Retirements Payments Gross Debt Fees SubsidyNet Debt6/30/2013 $708,029,000 $366,730,000 $180,805,796 $38,167,884 $218,973,680 $1,640,511 ($8,054,750) $212,559,4426/30/2014 893,953,204 202,000,000 19,159,975 43,079,169 68,032,980 1,551,997 (7,550,913) 62,964,6496/30/2015 1,076,793,229 - 20,283,765 47,749,215 68,032,980 2,123,314 (7,191,645) 62,964,6496/30/2016 1,056,509,464 29,620,359 46,781,298 76,401,657 2,266,705 (6,816,212) 71,852,1506/30/2017 1,026,889,105 33,071,873 45,639,247 78,711,120 2,131,077 (6,425,187) 74,417,0116/30/2018 993,817,233 33,789,807 44,333,231 78,123,038 1,991,260 (6,011,999) 74,102,3006/30/2019 960,027,425 34,758,663 43,086,612 77,845,275 1,847,948 (5,586,192) 74,107,0316/30/2020 925,268,762 35,956,763 41,690,814 77,647,577 1,700,958 (5,150,272) 74,198,2636/30/2021 889,312,000 37,073,100 40,161,678 77,234,778 1,550,969 (4,705,335) 74,080,4116/30/2022 852,238,900 38,399,300 38,699,266 77,098,566 1,398,888 (4,262,124) 74,235,3306/30/2023 813,839,600 39,500,500 37,045,461 76,545,961 1,242,267 (3,803,122) 73,985,1076/30/2024 774,339,100 40,527,300 35,365,410 75,892,710 1,083,095 (3,340,311) 73,635,4956/30/2025 733,811,800 41,909,000 33,686,706 75,595,706 920,102 (2,867,065) 73,648,7436/30/2026 691,902,800 43,090,500 31,899,717 74,990,217 753,454 (2,381,900) 73,361,7716/30/2027 648,812,300 41,611,900 30,068,023 71,679,923 601,990 (1,981,298) 70,300,6166/30/2028 607,200,400 40,189,200 28,453,320 68,642,520 498,956 (1,807,517) 67,333,9596/30/2029 567,011,200 40,712,400 26,796,680 67,509,080 400,693 (1,705,882) 66,203,8916/30/2030 526,298,800 42,391,500 25,097,038 67,488,538 300,290 (1,614,982) 66,173,8456/30/2031 483,907,300 42,330,800 23,401,472 65,732,272 215,931 (1,614,982) 64,333,2206/30/2032 441,576,500 41,249,200 21,672,527 62,921,727 150,862 (1,614,982) 61,457,6066/30/2033 400,327,300 38,471,000 19,871,440 58,342,440 92,461 (1,614,982) 56,819,9186/30/2034 361,856,300 39,988,300 18,222,756 58,211,056 32,849 (1,614,982) 56,628,9236/30/2035 321,868,000 34,428,000 16,517,847 50,945,847 - (1,614,982) 49,330,8656/30/2036 287,440,000 34,225,000 14,806,655 49,031,655 - (1,386,985) 47,644,6706/30/2037 253,215,000 36,555,000 12,977,188 49,532,188 - (1,139,988) 48,392,2006/30/2038 216,660,000 38,185,000 10,993,113 49,178,113 - - 49,178,1136/30/2039 178,475,000 39,890,000 8,935,425 48,825,425 - - 48,825,4256/30/2040 138,585,000 40,940,000 6,929,250 47,869,250 - - 47,869,2506/30/2041 97,645,000 42,985,000 4,882,250 47,867,250 - - 47,867,2506/30/2042 54,660,000 45,135,000 2,733,000 47,868,000 - - 47,868,0006/30/20439,525,000 9,525,000 476,250 10,001,250 - - 10,001,2506/30/2044- - - - - - - Totals$790,953,793 $1,230,414,583 $918,125,049 $2,154,333,467 $28,886,891 ($117,564,961) $2,066,585,983Includes DNR Fees and Trustee/Disseminiation FeeDebt Service Reserve Fund EarningsBudgeted Debt Service Schedule for Existing DebtMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictExisting Wastewater System Debt Service Amortization Schedule305 Net Interest         and FeesPrincipal Payments$0$10$20$30$40$50$60$70$80MillionsDebt Service On Existing DebtFY13 and FY14 Principal Payments do not include the advanced refunding of Series 2004A bonds through the issuance of Series 2012B 306 SPECIAL FUNDSIMPROVEMENT FUND:A fund created by the Charter to pay the cost of any improvements or to purchase any special tax bills issued for any improvement.The fund can receive monies from the General Fund, bond issues, collection of special benefit assessments or special tax bills, sale ofspecial tax bills, or any other source provided by law.WATER BACKUP INSURANCE & REIMBURSEMENT FUND:A fund to be used to respond to water backups caused by overcharged lines or blocked mains. This fund will administer the WaterBackup Insurance and Reimbursement Program.GENERALINSURANCE FUND:A fund to be used to pay the cost of workers’compensation claims, property insurance, general liability, auto liability, flood insuranceand all expenses (i.e. premiums, claims, claim expenses, claim recoveries and claim accruals) related to these coverages.EMERGENCY FUNDS:Funds to be used for emergency sewer repairs and replacements in the operation and maintenance of the District that are of such anature as to be non-measureable in the budgeting and appropriations of annual revenues.Special Funds of the District are comprised of the following:307  $‐ $200 $400 $600 $800 $1,000 $1,200SPECIAL FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.This analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY13 and FY14, forecasted for FY15, budgeted for FY16 andprojected for FY17 and FY18.  Budgeted and projected interest income is based on a 0.25% interest rate on beginning fund balances unless cash balances are expected to be materially different from fund balances.  Connection Fees are recorded in the Improvement Fund and estimated based on historical trends. Excess funds are retained in fund balances until emergency or other funds are needed.  In FY13, a new fund was created in this fund group for Workers' Compensation which was previously reported in the General Fund.  With the establishment of this fund came an infusion of fund balance of $0.9 million.  In FY15, the Workers' Compensation Fund was renamed the General Insurance Fund and a transfer of $3.0 million in fund balance from the General Fund as well as related expenses were transfered.  Use of fund balance is considered a revenue for presentation purposes and to balance the budget.  The most significant source of cash inflows to this fund group is from user charge revenue not shown in the graph because they are originally received into the revenue funds and distributed in part to the Special Funds. These transfers are allocated to the Water Backup fund, the General Insurance Fund, the Wastewater Emergency fund and the Stormwater Emergency Fund for the purposes designated by ordinance for each of these funds. 308 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCESPECIAL FUNDSCONSOLIDATEDActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.11,264,996$ 13,934,431$ 15,983,087$ 17,869,422$ 17,686,782$ 18,148,843$ 20,010,064$ Revenues: Interest on Investments22,776$ 95,753$ 82,896$ 39,533$ 76,056$ 75,216$ 119,136$ Connection and Other Fees704,262 968,084 683,000 641,040 985,000 985,000 985,000 Miscellaneous37,600 (3,229) - 2,455 - - - Total Revenues764,638$ 1,060,608$ 765,896$ 683,028$ 1,061,056$ 1,060,216$ 1,104,136$ Expenditures: Personnel Services448,635$ 283,312$ 630,000$ 630,262$ 665,000$ 665,000$ 665,000$ Contractual Services3,538,022 3,945,935 4,436,240 7,782,772 8,533,995 8,533,995 8,533,995 Construction and Engineering612,942 (353,630) 1,100,000 1,500,000 1,250,000 - - Total Expenditures4,599,599$ 3,875,617$ 6,166,240$ 9,913,034$ 10,448,995$ 9,198,995$ 9,198,995$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(3,834,961)$ (2,815,009)$ (5,400,344)$ (9,230,006)$ (9,387,939)$ (8,138,779)$ (8,094,859)$ Interfund Transfers6,504,395$ 6,750,000$ 5,620,000$ 9,047,366$ 9,850,000$ 10,000,000$ 10,150,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.2,669,434$ 3,934,991$ 219,656$ (182,640)$ 462,061$ 1,861,221$ 2,055,141$ Percentage of Change 24%28%1%-1%3%10%10%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.13,934,430$ 17,869,422$ 16,202,743$ 17,686,782$ 18,148,843$ 20,010,064$ 22,065,205$ 309 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCESPECIAL FUNDSIMPROVEMENT - FUND 4102ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.2,251,183$ 3,001,670$ 3,509,821$ 3,986,619$ 4,038,722$ 4,542,274$ 5,545,370$ Revenues: Interest on Investments3,867$ 18,963$ 18,384$ 8,608$ 18,552$ 18,096$ 22,032$ Connection and Other Fees704,262 968,084 683,000 641,040 985,000 985,000 985,000 Miscellaneous37,600 (3,229) - 2,455 - - - Total Revenues745,729$ 983,818$ 701,384$ 652,103$ 1,003,552$ 1,003,096$ 1,007,032$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering(4,758)$ (1,131)$ 600,000$ 600,000$ 500,000$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures(4,758)$ (1,131)$ 600,000$ 600,000$ 500,000$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)750,487$ 984,949$ 101,384$ 52,103$ 503,552$ 1,003,096$ 1,007,032$ Interfund Transfers-$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.750,487$ 984,949$ 101,384$ 52,103$ 503,552$ 1,003,096$ 1,007,032$ Percentage of Change 33%33%3%1%12%22%18%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.3,001,670$ 3,986,619$ 3,611,205$ 4,038,722$ 4,542,274$ 5,545,370$ 6,552,402$ 310 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATESUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS (SEP) PROGRAMVarious $500,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$500,000 FY16IMPROVEMENT FUND - 4102PROJECT LISTING311 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCESPECIAL FUNDSWATER BACKUP INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT FUND - FUND 4104ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.3,046,197$ 4,055,209$ 4,655,355$ 5,872,912$ 5,996,939$ 6,070,679$ 6,144,623$ Revenues: Interest on Investments12,232$ 30,871$ 29,388$ 13,023$ 23,988$ 24,192$ 38,784$ Total Revenues12,232$ 30,871$ 29,388$ 13,023$ 23,988$ 24,192$ 38,784$ Expenditures: Contractual Services3,503,220$ 2,713,168$ 3,600,248$ 3,538,996$ 3,600,248$ 3,600,248$ 3,600,248$ Total Expenditures3,503,220$ 2,713,168$ 3,600,248$ 3,538,996$ 3,600,248$ 3,600,248$ 3,600,248$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(3,490,988)$ (2,682,297)$ (3,570,860)$ (3,525,973)$ (3,576,260)$ (3,576,056)$ (3,561,464)$ Interfund Transfers4,500,000$ 4,500,000$ 3,650,000$ 3,650,000$ 3,650,000$ 3,650,000$ 3,650,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.1,009,012$ 1,817,703$ 79,140$ 124,027$ 73,740$ 73,944$ 88,536$ Percentage of Change 33%45%2%2%1%1%1%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.4,055,209$ 5,872,912$ 4,734,495$ 5,996,939$ 6,070,679$ 6,144,623$ 6,233,159$ 312 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCESPECIAL FUNDSGENERAL INSURANCE FUND - FUND 4105ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.-$ 876,456$ 1,099,800$ 1,121,401$ 1,149,041$ 1,257,806$ 1,516,979$ Revenues: Interest on Investments(2,160)$ 11,024$ -$ 4,312$ 7,512$ 7,920$ 31,320$ Total Revenues(2,160)$ 11,024$ -$ 4,312$ 7,512$ 7,920$ 31,320$ Expenditures: Personnel Services448,635$ 283,312$ 630,000$ 630,262$ 665,000$ 665,000$ 665,000$ Contractual Services34,802 1,232,767 835,992 4,243,776 4,933,747 4,933,747 4,933,747 Total Expenditures483,437$ 1,516,079$ 1,465,992$ 4,874,038$ 5,598,747$ 5,598,747$ 5,598,747$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(485,597)$ (1,505,055)$ (1,465,992)$ (4,869,726)$ (5,591,235)$ (5,590,827)$ (5,567,427)$ Interfund Transfers1,362,053$ 1,750,000$ 1,470,000$ 4,897,366$ 5,700,000$ 5,850,000$ 6,000,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.876,456$ 244,945$ 4,008$ 27,640$ 108,765$ 259,173$ 432,573$ Percentage of Change N/A28%0%2%9%21%29%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.876,456$ 1,121,401$ 1,103,808$ 1,149,041$ 1,257,806$ 1,516,979$ 1,949,552$ This fund was previously known as the Workers' Compensation Fund.It was renamed to the General Insurance Fund in FY15, and includes Property and Liability Insurance related expenses previously budgeted in the General Fund.313 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCESPECIAL FUNDSWASTEWATER EMERGENCY - FUND 4122ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.5,226,256$ 4,866,476$ 5,503,113$ 5,497,165$ 4,857,939$ 4,627,367$ 4,895,799$ Revenues: Interest on Investments7,920$ 28,190$ 27,444$ 10,774$ 19,428$ 18,432$ 19,428$ Total Revenues7,920$ 28,190$ 27,444$ 10,774$ 19,428$ 18,432$ 19,428$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering617,700$ (352,499)$ 250,000$ 900,000$ 500,000$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures617,700$ (352,499)$ 250,000$ 900,000$ 500,000$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)(609,780)$ 380,689$ (222,556)$ (889,226)$ (480,572)$ 18,432$ 19,428$ Interfund Transfers250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(359,780)$ 630,689$ 27,444$ (639,226)$ (230,572)$ 268,432$ 269,428$ Percentage of Change -7%13%0%-12%-5%6%6%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.4,866,476$ 5,497,165$ 5,530,557$ 4,857,939$ 4,627,367$ 4,895,799$ 5,165,227$ 314 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEEMERGENCY REPAIR FUNDS (WASTEWATER)Various $500,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$500,000 FY16WASTEWATER EMERGENCY FUND - 4122PROJECT LISTING315 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCESPECIAL FUNDSSTORMWATER EMERGENCY - FUND 4123ActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018FUND BALANCE B.O.P.741,361$ 1,134,620$ 1,214,998$ 1,391,325$ 1,644,141$ 1,650,717$ 1,907,293$ Revenues: Interest on Investments917$ 6,705$ 7,680$ 2,816$ 6,576$ 6,576$ 7,572$ Total Revenues917$ 6,705$ 7,680$ 2,816$ 6,576$ 6,576$ 7,572$ Expenditures: Construction and Engineering-$ -$ 250,000$ -$ 250,000$ -$ -$ Total Expenditures-$ -$ 250,000$ -$ 250,000$ -$ -$ Net Operating Income (Loss)917$ 6,705$ (242,320)$ 2,816$ (243,424)$ 6,576$ 7,572$ Interfund Transfers392,342$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ 250,000$ Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.393,259$ 256,705$ 7,680$ 252,816$ 6,576$ 256,576$ 257,572$ Percentage of Change 53%23%1%18%0%16%14%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.1,134,620$ 1,391,325$ 1,222,678$ 1,644,141$ 1,650,717$ 1,907,293$ 2,164,865$ 316 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEEMERGENCY REPAIR FUNDS (STORMWATER)Various $250,000 NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$250,000 FY16STORMWATER EMERGENCY - 4123PROJECT LISTING317 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET318 BUDGET ORDINANCE An ordinance is a bill, resolution or order by means of which appropriations are given legal effect. It is the method by which the appropriation of the annual budget is enacted into law by the Board of Trustees. Ordinance #14117 and Reconciliation 319 BUDGET ORDINANCE #14117 Fiscal Year 2016 * Reported as required per General Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement #34 Fund Transfers Transfers from Wastewater Revenue Fund: General Fund $208,967,916 Sanitary Replacement Fund 21,000,000 Wastewater Emergency Fund 250,000 Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund 3,650,000 General Insurance Fund 5,700,000 Debt Service Funds 73,481,319 Total Wastewater Revenue Transfers $313,049,235 Transfers from Stormwater Revenue Fund: Stormwater Emergency Fund $250,000 Districtwide Stormwater Fund 1,145,276 Total Stormwater Revenue Transfers $1,395,276 Transfers from General Fund: Districtwide Stormwater Fund $5,153,198 Stormwater Operations, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Fund 10,480,208 Total General Fund Transfers $15,633,406 Total Fund Transfers $330,077,917 Revenue: Wastewater Revenue Fund $313,049,235 Stormwater Revenue Fund 1,395,276 Total Revenue Funds $314,444,511 Appropriations: General Fund $183,534,225 Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund 3,600,248 General Insurance Fund 5,598,747 Subtotal General, Water Back-Up, and General Insurance Funds $192,733,220 Stormwater Operations, Maintenance & Construction Improvement Fund $17,087,916 Total Operating Budget $209,821,136 Emergency Funds $750,000 Debt Service Funds 73,481,319 $74,231,319 Total Appropriations $284,052,455 Less: Interfund Services for Stormwater Operations * (17,087,916) Net Appropriations $266,964,539 320 BUDGET ORDINANCE NO. 14117 AN ORDINANCE, repealing and superseding Ordinance No. 13855 adopted June 12, 2014, and making appropriations for the current expenses of the District in the General Fund, the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund, the General Insurance Fund, the Sanitary Replacement Fund, the Stormwater Operations, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Funds, the Emergency Funds, the Debt Service Funds, and the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Funds for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2016, amounting in the aggregate to Two Hundred Eighty-four Million Fifty-two Thousand Four Hundred Fifty-five Dollars ($284,052,455) to pay interest falling due on bonds issued, the costs of support, operation, and maintenance of the District and its various subdistricts, and emergencies in accordance with the requirements of this Proposed Ordinance to be introduced May 14, 2015. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT: REVENUE FUNDS Section One – Wastewater Revenue Fund. The total dollars collected in the Wastewater Revenue Fund is estimated to be Three Hundred Thirteen Million Forty-nine Thousand Two Hundred Thirty-five Dollars ($313,049,235) and is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund to the General Fund of the District for the support, operation and maintenance of several departments, Board, Civil Service Commission, the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund, the Wastewater Emergency Fund, the Sanitary Replacement Fund, General Insurance Fund, and the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Funds for other lawful activities of the District including the payment of interest and principal falling due on bonds issued for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2016. Section Two – Stormwater Revenue Fund. The total dollars collected in the Stormwater Revenue Fund is estimated to be One Million Three Hundred Ninety-five Thousand Two Hundred Seventy-six Dollars ($1,395,276) and is hereby transferred from the Stormwater Revenue Fund to the Districtwide Stormwater Fund and the Stormwater Emergency Fund for the support, operation and maintenance of several departments, Board, Civil Service Commission, for other lawful activities of the District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015, and ending June 30, 2016. TOTAL USER CHARGE REVENUE $314,444,511 DISTRICT OPERATING FUNDS Section Three – General Fund. There is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund the sum of Two Hundred Eight Million Nine Hundred Sixty-seven Thousand Nine Hundred Sixteen Dollars ($208,967,916). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the General Fund of the District the sum of One Hundred Eighty-three Million Five Hundred Thirty-four Thousand Two Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($183,534,225) for the support, operation and maintenance of several departments, Board, Civil Service Commission, and other lawful activities of the District. Section Four – Wastewater Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund. For the purpose of providing water backup insurance and reimbursement for basement backups, there is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund the sum of Three Million Six Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($3,650,000) to the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund. There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund the sum of Three Million Six Hundred Thousand Two Hundred Forty-eight Dollars ($3,600,248). Section Five – General Insurance Fund. For the purpose of providing workers’ compensation, property insurance, general liability insurance, auto liability insurance and flood insurance there is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund the sum of Five Million Seven Hundred Thousand Dollars ($5,700,000) to the General Insurance Fund. There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the General Insurance Fund the sum of Five Million Five Hundred Ninety-eight Thousand Seven Hundred Forty-seven Dollars ($5,598,747). TOTAL GENERAL FUND, WATER BACK-UP, AND GENERAL INSURANCE BUDGET $192,733,220 321 STORMWATER OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE, ADMINISTRATION AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS Section Six – For the purpose of providing Stormwater Operations, Maintenance, Administration, and Construction Improvements, there is hereby appropriated Seventeen Million Eighty-seven Thousand Nine Hundred Sixteen Dollars ($17,087,916). Appropriations will be executed through the Stormwater Operations, Maintenance, Administration and Construction Improvement Funds as follows: Section Six (1) – District Wide Stormwater Fund (5110). For the purpose of providing for operations, maintenance, administration, and construction Improvement, there is hereby transferred from the General Fund to the District Wide Stormwater Fund the sum of Five Million One Hundred Fifty-three Thousand One Hundred Ninety-eight Dollars ($5,153,198) and from the Stormwater Revenue Fund the sum of One million One Hundred Forty-five Thousand Two Hundred Seventy-six Dollars ($1,145,276). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the District Wide Stormwater Fund the sum of Seven Million Two Hundred Five Thousand Fifty-two Dollars ($7,205,052) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (2) – Stormwater and Maintenance, Operations and Construction Improvement Fund (5130). For the purpose of allowing the District to better segregate the wastewater and stormwater activities of the District for financial reporting purposes, there is hereby transferred from the General Fund the sum of Ten Million Four Hundred Eighty Thousand Two Hundred Eight Dollars ($10,480,208). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Stormwater and Maintenance, Operations and Construction Improvement Fund the sum of Six Million Two Hundred Ninety-four Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty-six Dollars ($6,294,936) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (3) – Black Creek OMCI Fund (5594). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Black Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Five Hundred Thirty-four Thousand Four Hundred Sixty-eight Dollars ($534,468) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (4) – Clayton Central OMCI Fund (5563). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Clayton Central OMCI Fund the sum of Thirty-six Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty-two Dollars ($36,852) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (5) – Coldwater OMCI Fund (5564). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Coldwater OMCI Fund the sum of Seven Hundred Forty-seven Thousand One Hundred Fifty-six Dollars ($747,156) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (6) – Creve Coeur OMCI Fund (5565). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Creve Coeur OMCI Fund the sum of One Hundred Seventy-two Thousand Four Hundred Forty Dollars ($172,440) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (7) – Deer Creek OMCI Fund (5566). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Deer Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Three Hundred Fifty-seven Thousand Three Hundred Ninety-six Dollars ($357,396) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (8) – Fountain Creek OMCI Fund (5569). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Fountain Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Ninety-five Thousand Four Hundred Forty-eight Dollars ($95,448) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (9) – Gravois Creek OMCI Fund (5571). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Gravois Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Four Hundred Thirty-four Thousand Six Hundred Sixty-four Dollars ($434,664) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (10) – Loretta-Joplin OMCI Fund (5574). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Loretta-Joplin OMCI Fund the sum of Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-four Dollars ($9,924) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (11) – Maline Creek OMCI Fund (5576). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Maline Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Four Hundred Nine Thousand Seven Hundred Eighty-eight Dollars ($409,788) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. 322 Section Six (12) – North Affton OMCI Fund (5579). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the North Affton OMCI Fund the sum of Fourteen Thousand One Hundred Forty-eight Dollars ($14,148) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (13) – Seminary Branch of River Des Peres OMCI Fund (5593). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Seminary Branch of River Des Peres OMCI Fund the sum of Eighty-five Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars ($85,800) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (14) – Shrewsbury Branch of River Des Peres OMCI Fund (5592). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Shrewsbury Branch of River Des Peres OMCI Fund the sum of Two Thousand Four Dollars ($2,004) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (15) – Sugar Creek OMCI Fund (5583). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Sugar Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Seventy-five Thousand Two Hundred Twenty-eight Dollars ($75,228) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (16) – University City Branch of River Des Peres OMCI Fund (5584). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the University City Branch of River Des Peres OMCI Fund the sum of Two Hundred Seventy-one Thousand Two Hundred Ninety-six Dollars ($271,296) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (17) – Watkins Creek OMCI Fund (5587). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Watkins Creek OMCI Fund the sum of Three Hundred Twenty-nine Thousand One Hundred Twelve Dollars ($329,112) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. Section Six (18) – Wellston OMCI Fund (5589). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wellston OMCI Fund the sum of Twelve Thousand Two Hundred Four Dollars ($12,204) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for work or repairs. TOTAL OMCI BUDGET $ 17,087,916 EMERGENCY WORK OR REPAIR FUNDS Section Seven – Wastewater Emergency Fund. For the purpose of providing for emergency work or repairs requiring prompt attention, there is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund to the Wastewater Emergency Fund the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Emergency Fund the sum of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for emergency work or repairs. Section Eight – Stormwater Emergency Fund. For the purpose of providing for emergency work or repairs requiring prompt attention, there is hereby transferred from the Stormwater Revenue Fund to the Stormwater Emergency Fund the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Stormwater Emergency Fund the sum of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for emergency work or repairs. TOTAL EMERGENCY FUND BUDGET $ 750,000 DEBT SERVICE FUNDS Section Nine – Debt Service Funds. For the purpose of providing for the support of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Debt Service of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2016, there is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund to the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Funds the total sum of Seventy-three Million Four Hundred Eighty-one Thousand Three Hundred Nineteen Dollars ($73,481,319). Appropriations will be executed through the Debt Service Funds as follows for total District principal and interest falling due on outstanding revenue bonds, including any new issues planned during the fiscal year, and banking fees relating to the debt: Section Nine (1) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2004A – Fund (2804). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2804 the sum of Twenty-three Million Nine Hundred Thirty-one Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-nine Dollars ($23,931,429). 323 Section Nine (2) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2006C – Fund (2808) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2808 the sum of Two Million Nine Hundred Two Thousand Dollars ($2,902,000). Section Nine (3) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2008A – Fund (2810) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2810 the sum of One Million Six Hundred Thirty-two Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-five Dollars ($1,632,435). Section Nine (4) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2010B – Fund (2812) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2812 the sum of Three Million Three Hundred Sixty Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-six Dollars ($3,360,876). Section Nine (5) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2011B – Fund (2816) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2816 the sum of Three Million Eight Hundred Eighty Thousand Five Hundred Fifty Dollars ($3,880,550). Section Nine (6) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2012A – Fund (2817) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2817 the sum of Fifteen Million Five Hundred Fifty-four Thousand Two Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($15,554,225). Section Nine (7) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2012B – Fund (2818) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2818 the sum of Nine Million Thirty-eight Thousand Seven Hundred Twelve ($9,038,712). Section Nine (8) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2013B – Fund (2819) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2819 the sum of Eight Million One Hundred Twelve Thousand One Hundred Seventy-five Dollars ($8,112,175). Section Nine (9) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2013A – Fund (2820) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Proposed Fund the sum of Three Million Three Hundred Ninety-seven Thousand Five Hundred Sixty-two Dollars ($3,397,562). Section Nine (10) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Proposed Fund There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Proposed Fund the sum of One Million Six Hundred Seventy-one Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-five Dollars ($1,671,355). TOTAL DEBT SERVICE BUDGET $ 73,481,319 TOTAL DISTRICT BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS $ 284,052,455 Less: Inter-fund Services for Stormwater Operations $ (17,087,916) NET DISTRICT BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS $ 266,964,539 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM USER CHARGE FUNDING Section Ten – Sanitary Replacement Fund. For the purpose of meeting the costs of repairing, rehabilitating and replacing the District's Wastewater System, there is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund to the Sanitary Replacement Fund the sum of Twenty-one Million Dollars ($21,000,000). (Reported as required by General Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement #34The foregoing ordinance was adopted June 16, 2015. 324 SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2016 Operating Budget District General Fund $ 183,534,225 District Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund 3,600,248 District General Insurance Fund 5,598,747 OMCI Funds 17,087,916 TOTAL OPERATING BUDGET $ 209,821,136 TOTAL EMERGENCY WORK OR REPAIR BUDGET $ 750,000 TOTAL DEBT SERVICE BUDGET $ 73,481,319 TOTAL DISTRICT APPROPRIATIONS $ 284,052,455 Less: Inter-fund Services for Stormwater Operations $ (17,087,916) NET DISTRICT APPROPRIATIONS $ 266,964,539 * Reported as required per General Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement # 34325 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET326 TAX ORDINANCE Tax Ordinance #14118 Taxes are based on voter-approved rates that are included on the tax bills issued by the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County. The tax bills are calculated based on the tax assessment information provided by the governing authority and the current tax rates. The tax revenue is realized in the first half of the fiscal year. 327 RECOMMENDED TAX LEVIES IN 2015DISTRICT-WIDE2015PersonalTax LevyResidentialAgriculturalCommercialPropertyAdministrative Tax:City$808,615 $0.0192 $0.0192 $0.0192 $0.0192County4,344,5830.0192 0.0192 0.0192 0.0192Total Admin. Tax $5,153,198Stormwater Tax:City$2,813,307 $0.0668 $0.0668 $0.0668 $0.0668County7,666,902$0.0668 $0.0668 $0.0668 $0.0668Total Stormwater Tax $10,480,209Other Taxing Subdistricts:County- All 18 Active Subdistricts*$8,929,643TOTAL DISTRICT-WIDE TAX $24,563,050*Details on following page. Rate Per $100 of Assessed ValueTAXES FISCAL YEAR 2015Proposed Ordinance328 OTHER TAXING SUBDISTRICTSDISTRICT-WIDE2015PersonalTax LevyResidentialAgriculturalCommercialPropertyOther Taxing Subdistricts:Coldwater Creek $1,817,113 $0.100 $0.072 $0.100 $0.100Gravois Creek1,352,0630.080 0.080 0.082 0.086Maline Creek646,1470.099 0.100 0.100 0.100Watkins Creek149,5410.100 0.093 0.100 0.099Fountain Creek00.000 0.000 0.000 0.000Loretta-Joplin21,6380.082 0.000 0.060 0.090Clayton-Central00.000 0.000 0.000 0.000University City Branch River des Peres846,7370.090 0.000 0.099 0.094Deer Creek 3,496,2410.080 0.047 0.085 0.093Sugar Creek265,5970.053 0.000 0.100 0.069Missouri River-Bonfils00.000 0.000 0.000 0.000Meramec River Basin00.000 0.000 0.000 0.000Shrewsbury-River des Peres19,9290.066 0.000 0.066 0.082Seminary Branch of River des Peres223,8790.071 0.000 0.078 0.076Black Creek00.000 0.000 0.000 0.000Creve Coeur00.000 0.000 0.000 0.000North Affton59,5880.086 0.000 0.060 0.085Wellston31,1710.095 0.000 0.100 0.100TOTAL OTHER TAXING SUBDISTRICTS$8,929,643Rate Per $100 of Assessed Value329 TAX ORDINANCE NO. 14118AN ORDINANCE repealing Ordinance No. 13979, adopted September 30, 2014, and enacting a new Ordinance in lieu thereof, determining the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed, and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property in the District within the corporate limits of the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County, respectively, and in Subdistricts within the corporate limits of St. Louis County as follows: Coldwater Creek Trunk Subdistrict, Gravois Creek Trunk Subdistrict, Maline Creek Trunk Subdistrict, Watkins Creek Trunk Subdistrict, Subdistrict No. 88 (Fountain Creek), Subdistrict No. 89 (Loretta-Joplin), Subdistrict No. 342 (Clayton-Central), Subdistrict No. 366 (University City Branch of River des Peres Stormwater Subdistrict), Subdistrict No. 367 (Deer Creek Stormwater Subdistrict), Subdistrict No. 369 (Sugar Creek), Subdistrict No. 448 (Missouri River - Bonfils), Subdistrict No. 449 (Meramec River Basin - M.S.D. Southwest), Subdistrict No. 453 (Shrewsbury Branch of River des Peres), Subdistrict No. 454 (Seminary Branch of River des Peres), Subdistrict No. 455 (Black Creek), Subdistrict No. 1 of the River des Peres Watershed (Creve Coeur-Frontenac Area), Subdistrict No. 4 of the River des Peres Watershed (North Affton Area) and Subdistrict No. 7 of the River des Peres Watershed (Wellston Area); and the Board of Trustees, in accordance with Charter Section 7.310 authorizes the Director of Finance to certify as to the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected for the aforementioned Subdistricts with an emergency clause; and WHEREAS, after notice of hearing as provided in the Charter, and after due consideration of all the statements made and the facts adduced at such hearing, the Board has found that it will be necessary in the calendar year 2015 to levy, assess, and collect taxes on taxable tangible property in the District. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT: Section One. For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015, The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District shall levy, assess, and collect taxes on all taxable tangible property within the boundaries of The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. Section Two. For the general administration of The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015, the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed, and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within the boundaries of The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District shall be Five Million One Hundred Fifty-three Thousand One Hundred Ninety-eight Dollars ($5,153,198), which will be produced by the rate of one point nine two cents (.0192) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, one point nine two cents (.0192) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, one point nine two cents (.0192) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and one point nine two cents (.0192) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property, and of which Eight Hundred Eight Thousand Six Hundred Fifteen Dollars ($808,615), shall be levied, assessed, and collected on taxable tangible property in said District within the corporate limits of the City of St. Louis, and of which Four Million Three Hundred Forty-four Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-three Dollars ($4,344,583), shall be levied, assessed, and collected on taxable tangible property within that part 330 of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within said District. These funds are to be allocated to the Districtwide Stormwater Fund. Section Three. In The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, for the purposes of operation and maintenance of said existing public stormwater facilities, and for the anticipated tax delinquencies during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015, the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed, and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property in said District shall be Ten Million Four Hundred Eighty Thousand Two Hundred Eight Dollars ($10,480,208), which total sum will be produced by the rate of six point six eight cents (.0668) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, six point six eight cents (.0668) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, six point six eight cents (.0668) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and six point six eight cents (.0668) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property, and of which total sum Two Million Eight Hundred Thirteen Thousand Three Hundred Seven Dollars ($2,813,307), shall be levied, assessed, and collected on taxable tangible property in said District within the corporate limits of the City of St. Louis, and of which total sum Seven Million Six Hundred Sixty-six Thousand Nine Hundred Two Dollars ($7,666,902), shall be levied, assessed, and collected on taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within the original boundaries of the District, as described in the Charter of the District, and within the areas described in the annexation ordinances listed in District Ordinance No. 3753, adopted April 11, 1979. These funds are to be allocated to the Stormwater Operations & Maintenance Fund. Section Four. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within the Coldwater Creek Trunk Subdistrict, as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 3755, adopted April 11, 1979, shall be One Million Eight Hundred Seventeen Thousand One Hundred Thirteen Dollars ($1,817,113), which sum will be produced by the rate of ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, seven point two cents (.072) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Five. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within the Gravois Creek Trunk Subdistrict, as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 425, adopted July 14, 1960; and as enlarged by annexation thereto of the areas described in District Ordinance No. 1235, adopted November 12, 1964; No. 1451, adopted January 13, 1966; No. 1453, adopted January 13, 1966; No. 1485, adopted May 9, 1966; No. 1784, adopted September 12, 1968; No. 1884, adopted May 1, 1969; No. 1907, adopted June 12, 1969; No. 2012, adopted March 19, 1970; No. 2157, adopted April 22, 1971; No. 2175, adopted June 3, 1971; No. 177, adopted June 3, 1971; No. 2191, adopted July 15, 1971; No. 2272, adopted March 9, 1972; No. 2377, adopted January 26, 1973; and No. 2941, adopted October 29, 1975; shall be One Million Three Hundred Fifty-two Thousand Sixty-three Dollars ($1,352,063), which sum will be produced by the rate of eight cents (.080) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, eight cents (.080) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, eight point two cents (.082) per one hundred dollars assessed 331 valuation for commercial property and eight point six cents (.086) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Six. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within the Maline Creek Trunk Subdistrict, as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 26, adopted June 30, 1955, and as enlarged by annexation thereto of the area described in District Ordinance No. 1962, adopted October 30, 1969, shall be Six Hundred Forty-six Thousand One Hundred Forty-seven Dollars ($646,147), which sum will be produced by the rate of nine point nine cents (.099) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Seven. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within the Watkins Creek Trunk Subdistrict, as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 1304, adopted April 8, 1965, and as enlarged by annexation thereto of the area described in Ordinance No. 2050, adopted June 18, 1970, and Ordinance No. 2236, adopted October 29, 1971, shall be One Hundred Forty-nine Thousand Five Hundred Forty-one Dollars ($149,541), which sum will be produced by the rate of ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, nine point three cents (.093) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and nine point nine cents (.099) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Eight. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 88 (Fountain Creek), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 377, adopted March 18, 1960, shall be Zero Dollars ($0.00), which sum will be produced by the rate of zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Nine. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 89 (Loretta-Joplin), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 383, adopted March 31, 1960, shall be Twenty-one Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-eight Dollars ($21,638), which sum will be produced by the rate of eight point two cents (.082) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, six cents (.060) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and nine cents (.090) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Ten. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 342 (Clayton-Central), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 1882, adopted May 1, 1969, shall be Zero Dollars ($0.00), which sum will be produced by the 332 rate of zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Eleven. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 366 (University City Branch of River des Peres Stormwater Subdistrict), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 2146, adopted April 14, 1971, shall be Eight Hundred Forty-six Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-seven Dollars ($846,737), which sum will be produced by the rate of nine cents (.090) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, nine point nine cents (.099) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and nine point four cents (.094) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Twelve. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 367 (Deer Creek Stormwater Subdistrict), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 2557, adopted March 27, 1974; and as enlarged by annexation thereto of the areas described in District Ordinance No. 2611, adopted June 26, 1974, shall be Three Million Four Hundred Ninety-six Thousand Two Hundred Forty-one Dollars ($3,496,241), which sum will be produced by the rate of eight cents (.080) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, four point seven (.047) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, eight point five cents (.085) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and nine point three cents (.093) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Thirteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2014 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 369 (Sugar Creek Stormwater Subdistrict), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 2552, adopted March 13, 1974, shall be Two Hundred Sixty-five Thousand Five Hundred Ninety-seven Dollars ($265,597), which sum will be produced by the rate of five point three cents (.053) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and six point nine cents (.069) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Fourteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 448 (Missouri River - Bonfils), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 3465, adopted March 22, 1978, shall be Zero Dollars ($0.00), which sum will be produced by the rate of zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Fifteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 449 (Meramec River Basin - 333 M.S.D. Southwest), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 3482, adopted March 29, 1978, shall be Zero Dollars ($0.00), which sum will be produced by the rate of zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Sixteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 453 (Shrewsbury Branch of River des Peres), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 3484, adopted April 12, 1978, shall be Nineteen Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty-nine Dollars ($19,929), which sum will be produced by the rate of six point six cents (.066) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, six point six cents (.066) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and eight point two cents (.082) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Seventeen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 454 (Seminary Branch of River des Peres), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 3485, adopted April 12, 1978, shall be Two Hundred Twenty-three Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-nine Dollars ($223,879), which sum will be produced by the rate of seven point one cents (.071) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, seven point eight cents (.078) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and seven point six cents (.076) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Eighteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 455 (Black Creek), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 3486, adopted April 12, 1978, shall be Zero Dollars ($0.00), which sum will be produced by the rate of zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Nineteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 1 of the River des Peres Watershed (Creve Coeur-Frontenac Area), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 24, adopted June 20, 1955, and as enlarged by annexation thereto of the area described in District Ordinance No. 1719 adopted February 13, 1968, shall be Zero Dollars ($0.00), which sum will be produced by the rate of zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Twenty. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable 334 tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 4 of the River des Peres Watershed (North Affton Area), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 22, adopted June 20, 1955, and as such part was enlarged by District Ordinance No. 190, adopted April 7, 1958, shall be Fifty-nine Thousand Five Hundred Eighty-eight Dollars ($59,588), which sum will be produced by the rate of eight point six cents (.086) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, six cents (.060) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and eight point five cents (.085) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Twenty-One. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2015 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 7 of the River des Peres Watershed (Wellston Area), as defined and delineated by District Ordinance No. 409, adopted June 16, 1960, and as such part was enlarged by District Ordinance No. 2497, adopted November 8, 1973, shall be Thirty-one Thousand One Hundred Seventy-one Dollars ($31,171), which sum will be produced by the rate of nine point five cents (.095) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, zero cents (.000) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and ten cents (.100) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property. Section Twenty-Two. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase or portion of this Ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct, and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions hereof. Section Twenty-Three. Emergency Clause. The taxes to be levied, assessed, and collected as provided for herein are essential to the operation of the District, and enacted without delay, thus creating an emergency within the meaning of the Charter. Accordingly, this ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its enactment. The foregoing ordinance was adopted June 16, 2015. 335 Fiscal Year 2016 BUDGET336 WASTEWATERRATESORDINANCEOrdinance #13758The Wastewater Sewer Service Charges are established through an ordinanceand must be approved by the Board of Trustees to be enacted. A RateCommission process every three years is used to review and makerecommendations regarding the rates to the Board of Trustees.337 WASTEWATER ORDINANCE NO. 13758 AN ORDINANCE repealing and superseding Ordinance No. 13402 adopted June 14, 2012, and enacting a new ordinance in lieu thereof establishing a new Section Nineteen, Adjustment Review Committee. WHEREAS, The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, a body corporate, a municipal corporation and a political subdivision of the State of Missouri (herein called the "District"), now owns and operates a revenue producing sewer and drainage system serving the District and its inhabitants (the "System") and pursuant to Section 3.020(1) of the Charter of the District adopted by the voters within the District for its government (the "Charter"), has the power "to maintain, operate, reconstruct, and improve the same as a comprehensive sewer and drainage system, and to make additions, betterments, and extensions thereto; to protect the public health and welfare by preventing or abating the pollution of water; and . . . [has] all the rights, privileges, and jurisdiction necessary or proper for carrying such powers into execution"; and WHEREAS, the District is subject to the provisions of the federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, 33 U.S.C. §§ 1251 et seq., commonly referred to as the Clean Water Act (the "Federal Clean Water Act") and the Missouri Clean Water Law, §§ 644.006 et seq. R.S.MO. 1986, as amended (the "Missouri Clean Water Law") the objectives of which are to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the nation's waters; and WHEREAS, the District has obtained construction grants (the "Grants") from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources ("MDNR") and the Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") for improvements to the System and has entered into grant agreements with such governmental agencies as a condition to obtaining such Grants (the "Grant Agreements"); and WHEREAS, the federal regulations promulgated pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act and the District's Grant Agreements require the District to "review not less often than every two years the wastewater contribution of users and user classes, the total cost of operation and maintenance of the treatment works, and its approved user charge system . . . and to revise the charges for users or user classes to accomplish the following: (1) Maintain the proportionate distribution of operation and maintenance costs 338 among users and user classes as required herein; (2) generate sufficient revenue to pay the total operation and maintenance costs necessary to the proper operation and maintenance (including replacement) of the treatment works . . ."; and WHEREAS, Section 3.020 (16) of the Plan of the District authorizes the Board of Trustees "[t]o establish by ordinance a schedule or schedules of rates, rentals, and other charges, to be collected from all the real property served by the sewer facilities of the District, whether public or private, and to prescribe the manner in which and time at which such rates, rentals, and charges are to be paid, and to change such schedule or schedules from time to time as the Board may deem necessary, proper, or advisable, and to collect or enforce collection of all such charges. Such schedule or schedules may be based upon any classifications or sub-classifications which the Board may determine to be fair and reasonable . . . including but not limited to: (a) the consumption of water on premises connected with such facilities, taking into consideration commercial, industrial, and agricultural use of water; (b) the number and kind of plumbing fixtures connected with such facilities; (c) the number of persons served by such facilities; or (d) any combination of the factors enumerated. Any such rates, rentals, or other charges against public property shall be paid out of the general treasury of the public body, agency, corporation, or authority owning such property."; and WHEREAS, Section 7.040 of the Charter of the District established a Rate Commission to review and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding all proposed changes in wastewater rates, storm water rates and tax rates or change in the structure of any of the foregoing; and WHEREAS, the Rate Commission, after having conducted public hearings and weighing evidence regarding the proposed wastewater user rate change, issued its Wastewater Rate Change Amendment Report on October 17, 2011, which recommended the wastewater user rates as hereinafter adopted; and WHEREAS, through Resolution No. 3006, adopted December 8, 2011, the Board of Trustees accepted said Wastewater Rate Change Amendment Report as issued by the Rate Commission on October 17, 2011. WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees (the "Board") has determined that it is appropriate to revise the schedule of Wastewater User Charges as provided in this Ordinance to provide for the determination and billing of such user charges; and WHEREAS, the Board is concerned with the impact of the Wastewater User Charges as provided by this Ordinance on 339 low income customers of the District and the Board has adopted a low income assistance program (the "Low Income Assistance Program") to provide a "low income assistance credit" on bills for Wastewater User Charges to "eligible low income customers" pursuant to Ordinance No.12686 of the District; and WHEREAS, the revenues to be derived from the Wastewater User Charges will be set aside in a separate fund and used for the purposes of operating, maintaining and replacing the Wastewater System in the District, as herein provided; and WHEREAS, the Wastewater User Charges bear a substantial relationship to and are designed to cover the costs of operating, maintaining and replacing the Wastewater System, as herein provided; and WHEREAS, the Board does hereby find and determine that the imposition of the schedule of increased Wastewater User Charges as provided in this Ordinance, is necessary to enable the District to operate its Wastewater System on a sound basis, to satisfy the requirements of the Plan, the Federal Clean Water Act, and the Missouri Clean Water Law, to comply with the mandates of the District's Grant Agreements, and the rules and regulations of the EPA. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT: Section One. Definitions of Words and Terms. In addition to words and terms defined elsewhere in this Ordinance, the following words and terms as used in this Ordinance shall have the following meanings, unless some other meaning is plainly intended: "Approved Meter" means a water meter meeting the standards of meters used by the City of St. Louis Water Division, the Missouri American Water Company, or the public water supplier which provides water service to such Property, or a sewage flow meter satisfactory to the District. "Base Charge" means the sum of the System Availability Charge and the Billing and Collection Charges pursuant to Section Three of this Ordinance. "Billing and Collection Charges" means the charges established by the District pursuant to Section Three of this Ordinance, which are designed to recover the cost related to issuing and collecting bills. 340 "Best Equated Period" means a 90 to 92 day period of water usage for Metered Residential Property between November and April of the preceding winter period when lawn watering and other outdoor water uses are at a minimum and metered water use can best be equated to Wastewater discharges; provided that if the 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. If water usage is less than 1 hundred cubic feet (ccf) for the aforesaid 90 to 92 day period, and water service remained active for said period, a minimum water usage of 1 ccf shall be imposed for said "Metered Residential Property". If water service is instituted after the aforesaid 90 to 92 day period, an average water usage of 8 ccf shall be imposed for said "Metered Residential Property" until such time as the actual "Best Equated Period" data can be established. "Biochemical Oxygen Demand" or "BOD" means the quantity of oxygen utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter in 5 days as determined by Standard Test Procedures and expressed in milligrams per liter. "Board" means the Board of Trustees of the District. "Capital Charge" means that portion of the total charges for wastewater services provided by the District which is established for debt retirement, construction or reconstruction of the Wastewater System, and any other lawful purpose of the District or its sub districts and not considered part of the Wastewater User Charges, or the Storm Water User Charges. Chemical Oxygen Demand" or "COD" means the quantity of oxygen utilized in the chemical oxidation of organic and inorganic matter as determined by Standard Test Procedures and expressed in milligrams per liter. "Compliance Charge" means the charge established by the District pursuant to Section Three (A)(3) of this Ordinance which is designed to recover all District compliance activities for Non-Residential Properties required to comply with federal environmental regulations which are not recovered by specific environmental permit fees, Wastewater Monitoring Fees, or other related fees. "Contributed Wastewater Volume" means the quantity of water-borne wastes emanating from Property and, specifically, (1) for Metered Single-Unit Residential Property, means billed water usage during the Best Equated Period; (2) for 341 Metered Multi-Unit Residential/Non-Residential Property, means either (a) billed water usage throughout the year with exemption allowances for any water that does not enter the Wastewater System, or (b) measured Wastewater volume; and (3) for Unmetered Residential Property, means average indoor water usage characteristics of various housing attributes, as defined in the Rate Study, applied to the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures of each User's Property, as determined by the District. "District" means The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. "Extra Strength Surcharges" means the Extra Strength Surcharges imposed by Section Three (A)(2) of this Ordinance. "Metered Non-Residential/Multi-Unit Residential Property" means Property used both for non-residential and residential purposes which consists of one or more non-residential units and one or more residential dwelling units connected to an approved meter. "Metered Property" means all Property connected to an Approved Meter through which the amount of water usage is measured. "Metered Residential Property" means Property used only for human residency which consists of one or more residential units connected to an approved meter. "Non-residential Property" means all Property other than Residential Property. "Normal Wastewater" means waters or wastes having (a) a 5-day Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) not greater than 300 milligrams per liter; and (b) containing not more than 300 milligrams per liter of Suspended Solids (SS); and (c) having a Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) not greater than 600 milligrams per liter. "Ordinance" means this Ordinance of the District unless a different Ordinance is indicated. "Owner" or "Owners" means the Person or Persons designated as the owner or owners of record of Property as set forth in the records of the office of the respective Recorders of Deeds for the City of St. Louis or for St. Louis County, Missouri. "Person" means any individual, firm, proprietorship, partnership, company, municipality, state, federal or local governmental entity, association, society, corporation, group, or other entity. "Plan" means the Proposed Plan of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District as approved by the voters of the City of 342 St. Louis and St. Louis County at a special election held on February 9, 1954 and amended by said voters on November 7, 2000. "Pollutant" means any material or substance, toxic or otherwise, discharged to the Wastewater System which either singularly or in combination with other materials or substances interferes with, disrupts, or inhibits the Wastewater System's operations, or is not in compliance with specific prohibitions or standards developed by District, federal, state or local governments, or passes through the Wastewater System in a concentration which violates established effluent regulations or water quality standards. “Property" means an improved lot or parcel of real property, whether public or private, which is served by the Wastewater System. "Rate Commission" means that body established pursuant to Section 7.040 of the Charter of the District to review and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding all proposed changes in wastewater rates, storm water rates and tax rates or change in the structure of any of the foregoing. "Residential Property" means Property used only for human residency. "Room/Fixture Charges" means the charges established by the District pursuant to Section Three of this Ordinance billed to each User Account based on the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures in such User's Property as determined by the District. "Served" or "Service" means Property with a sewer connected, either directly or indirectly, to the District's Wastewater System, or Property which otherwise discharges Wastewater directly or indirectly into the Wastewater System; or if the discharge of such substances there from ultimately enters the District's Wastewater System. "Sewer Use Ordinance" means Ordinance No. 13021 of the District, adopted January 14, 2010, as amended. "Standard Test Procedures" means "Guidelines Establishing Test Procedures for Analysis of Pollutants Under Clean Water Act" (40 CFR 136), as supplemented and amended from time to time. "Storm Water User Charges" means the charges established by District Ordinance No. 13125, adopted August 12, 2010, as amended. "Suspended Solids" or "SS" means solids that either float on the surface of, or are suspended in water, Wastewater, or 343 other liquids; as determined by analysis for non-filterable residue, in accordance with Standard Test Procedures and expressed in milligrams per liter. "System Availability Charge" means the charge established by the District pursuant to Section Three of this Ordinance which is designed to recover a portion of the costs related to infiltration and inflow. "Unit" means the portion of Residential Property designed for occupancy by a single person or single family. "Unmetered Residential Property" means Residential Property which is not connected to an Approved Meter. "User" means: (1) the Person occupying the Property; or (2) Owner of Property; or (3) the Person holding a permit for water service to the Property Served by the Wastewater System; or (4) any Person Served by the Wastewater System. "User Account" means each separate account to which a bill for Wastewater User Charges is issued by the District. "Volume Charge" means the Volume Charges established by the District pursuant to Section Three of this Ordinance billed to each User Account based on Contributed Wastewater Volume. "Wastewater" means the water-borne wastes emanating from Property, together with such groundwater, surface water, or storm water which enters the Wastewater System. "Wastewater Monitoring Fees" means the Schedule of Wastewater Monitoring Fees referred to in Section Four of this Ordinance and set forth in Appendix II. "Wastewater System" means the entire sewer and drainage system owned and operated by the District for the collection, transportation, storage, handling, and treatment of Wastewater, to serve the needs of the District and its inhabitants and others, including all appurtenances and facilities connected therewith or relating thereto, together with all extensions, improvements, additions and enlargements thereto hereafter made or acquired by the District. "Wastewater User Charges" means the applicable charges established by Section Three of this Ordinance, which consist of that portion of the charges of the District, which are established in a proportional and adequate manner to pay the cost of operation and maintenance (including replacement) of the Wastewater System in accordance with the requirements of the EPA and the MDNR. 344 Section Two. Establishment of Wastewater User Charges. There are hereby ratified, confirmed and established for services provided by the District to any Property Served by the Wastewater System, the Wastewater User Charges as set forth in Appendix I. All such Wastewater User Charges shall be in addition to any applicable Capital Charges. The District’s Wastewater User Charges must comply with the following mandates (the "Environmental Mandates"): (i) to have an approved Wastewater User Charge as required by the Federal Clean Water Act, the Missouri Clean Water Law and its Grant Agreements, and (ii) to provide necessary funds to operate, maintain and replace its Wastewater System so as to provide adequate Service to District residents. The District finds that it is necessary and in the public interest to implement the schedule of Wastewater User Charges as herein provided in order to protect the public health, safety and welfare and to insure the District's continued compliance with the Environmental Mandates. Section Three. Wastewater User Charges. (A) Metered Property. (1) Each metered property shall be charged a Base Charge and a Volume Charge as set forth in Appendix I. The Volume Charge shall be calculated separately for each Property, using the most current determination of Contributed Wastewater Volume. (2) Extra Strength Surcharges. Extra Strength Surcharges for the treatment of wastes containing Suspended Solids, Biochemical Oxygen Demand or Chemical Oxygen Demand exceeding Normal Wastewater strengths are hereby established and shall be billed to and collected from Non-residential Property Served by the Wastewater System at the rates for each User Account set forth in Appendix I, and shall be collected in addition to the charges imposed by Subsections (1) and (3) hereof. (a) A User shall be subject to Extra Strength Surcharges in any month if that User's water usage in such month equals or exceeds eight thousand cubic feet. (b) Each User subject to Extra Strength Surcharges shall submit to the District on forms supplied by the District pursuant to the Sewer Use Ordinance, a certified statement setting forth the strength and volume of Wastewater discharged by the User into the Wastewater System or into any sewer connected thereto. The data set forth in such statement shall be obtained from 345 samples collected in accordance with accepted procedures from the manhole or adequate place as described in the Sewer Use Ordinance at a time period representative of normal operational conditions and analyzed utilizing Standard Test Procedures. (c) Analytical data reported by the User discharging such Wastewater will be considered current for each subsequent billing period until such data is reported inaccurate and replaced by updated certified data by said User. The results of routine scheduled sampling and analyses by the District may be used in lieu of data reported by said User if such data is found to be not current or in error. (d) An Extra Strength Surcharge shall be collected from any User subject to Extra Strength Surcharges as provided for herein for the discharge into the Wastewater System of Suspended Solids (SS) which average concentration exceeds 300 milligrams per liter or Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) which average concentration exceeds 300 milligrams per liter, with said Extra Strength Surcharge ("ESS") calculated for each billing period according to the following formula, to wit: 0.00624 x V x [(SS-300) x RSS + (BOD-300) x RBOD] ESS = 2000 (e) If the BOD/COD ratio of a User's Wastewater is equal to or less than 0.35 the BOD measurement may not be considered representative of the User's actual Wastewater strength. The District may substitute Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) which average concentration exceeds 600 milligrams per liter, with said Extra Strength Surcharge ("ESS") calculated for each billing period according to the following formula, to wit: 0.00624 x V x [(SS-300) x RSS + (COD-600) x RCOD] ESS = 2000 346 In the above formulas the following terms shall mean: ESS = Extra Strength Surcharges. 300 = Maximum concentration of total BOD in Normal Wastewater in milligrams per liter. 300 = Maximum concentration of total Suspended Solids in Normal Wastewater in milligrams per liter. 600 = Maximum concentration of total COD in Normal Wastewater in milligrams per liter. 0.00624 = Conversion factor for milligrams per liter to pounds per hundred cubic feet. V = Volume of water usage or Wastewater discharged expressed in hundred cubic feet. RSS = Rate for SS in dollars per ton. RBOD = Rate for BOD in dollars per ton. RCOD = Rate for COD in dollars per ton. 2,000 = The number of pounds per ton. (f) All Extra Strength Surcharges shall be calculated separately for each Property using the Wastewater flow proportioned average strength concentration for each strength parameter and the most current determination of Contributed Wastewater Volume. (3) Non-residential Property Compliance Charge. A Compliance Charge shall be collected from all Non- residential Property Served by the Wastewater System at the rate for each User Account as set forth in Appendix I and shall be collected in addition to the charges imposed by Subsections (1) and (2) hereof. (4) Registration of Unmetered Water Supply. In the event Property is supplied either in whole or in part with water from wells or any source other than a public water supplier, then such wells or other source of supply shall be registered with the Director of Finance of the District. If such supply serves Metered Property and is not measured by a water meter, or is 347 measured by a water meter not acceptable to the District, then in such case, the User, at his own expense shall install and maintain an Approved Meter connected to such water supply. Whenever a new supplier or source of water other than a public water supplier shall be put into use by Metered Property, such source of water shall be registered with the Director of Finance of the District within thirty days. (5) Metered Water Not Entering the Wastewater System. Where it can be shown to the satisfaction of the District that a portion of the water as measured by an Approved Meter does not enter the Wastewater System, then the District is hereby authorized to determine, in such manner and by such method as may be practicable, the percentage of the water measured by the Approved Meter which enters the Wastewater System. In such case, Wastewater User Charges shall be based upon the percentage of the metered water entering the Wastewater System. Additional Approved Meters may be required or permitted at the User's expense in such manner as to measure the quantity of Contributed Wastewater Volume entering the Wastewater System from the Property of such User. Applications requesting consideration for a reduction in the Wastewater Service Charge, because of water not entering the Wastewater System, shall be made to the Director of Finance of the District, on forms provided by the District. (6) Requirement of an Approved Meter for Non-Residential Property. All Non-Residential Property within the District shall be connected to an Approved Meter. In the event Property within the District is owned by a municipality and is served by water provided by such municipality and not connected to an Approved Meter, the District shall provide a method for estimating Wastewater discharge by such Property which is fair and equitable, in lieu of connection to an Approved Meter, and shall bill such municipality for Wastewater User Charges as provided for Metered Property pursuant to this Ordinance based on such estimated Wastewater usage. (B) Unmetered Residential Property. (1) Each unmetered residential property shall be charged a Base Charge and a Room/Fixture Charge as set forth in Appendix I. Such charges shall be calculated separately for each Property using the most current available data regarding the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures in such Property. The Director of Finance shall determine the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures in such Property from the records of the City of St. Louis Water Division or other public water suppliers, from the records of 348 the Office of Assessor of the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County, or from on site inspection. A User of Unmetered Residential Property who considers the determination by the District of the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures for which such User is billed Wastewater User Charges to be inaccurate or erroneous may appeal such determination as herein provided. (2) Right of Entry and Inspection. The District shall have the power to enter on any Property for the purposes of examining the use made of its Wastewater System, the number of rooms and plumbing fixtures in such Property, the number and kind of plumbing fixtures connected with such Wastewater System, and for the purpose of inspecting or reading the Approved Meter connected to such Property. When such examination gives reason to believe that the usage of water on such Property places a burden on the Wastewater System in excess of that for which the User of such Property is being billed then the Wastewater discharged from such Property shall be measured, at the expense of the User, by a water meter or meters or by a Wastewater flow meter or meters. If such measurement shows that the flow of Wastewater is excessive, Wastewater User Charges shall be billed and collected for such measured usage as for Metered Property. (C) Application of Wastewater User Charge Revenues. All revenues collected from Wastewater User Charges shall be segregated, credited and deposited in a Wastewater Revenue Fund to be established and maintained by the Director of Finance of the District, and shall be used solely to pay for the costs of the operation (including billing, administration and overhead), repair, maintenance, improvement, renewal, replacement and reconstruction of the District's Wastewater System. Section Four. Wastewater Monitoring Fees. When the Sewer Use Ordinance of the District or regulations of the federal government or state government require periodic monitoring of Wastewater from Non-residential Property, whether for strength calculations, for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System compliance, or for pretreatment program requirements, the User of such Property monitored shall furnish the District at least one report for each quarterly calendar period from an independent testing laboratory satisfactory to the District, which report shall set forth the information required by the District on forms supplied by the District. As an alternative to furnishing the reports herein required, the User of such Property may request the District to collect the necessary samples and perform the analysis thereof. If the District agrees to so act, the User of such Property shall be billed for and agree to pay all costs for personnel, material and equipment used to collect and analyze samples from the User's Wastewater as set 349 forth in the schedule of charges in Appendix II hereof. Each User shall be billed based on the number of samples collected and the number and types of analyses performed during each billing period and billed in accordance with current billing procedures. A User shall not be billed for more than four (4) such samplings per year for each connection to the Wastewater System. Sampling and analysis undertaken for purposes other than required periodic monitoring shall not be billed for Wastewater Monitoring Fees under this section. The District may terminate such collection and analysis at any time and it shall thereafter be the obligation of the User of such Property to furnish the test information called for above from an independent testing laboratory. Section Five. Pollutants. Any User which discharges any Pollutants which cause an increase in the cost of managing the effluent or sludge from the Wastewater System shall pay for such increased costs. Section Six. All bills for Wastewater User Charges shall be prepared by the District and shall be issued monthly for services provided in the preceding month. The issuance of any monthly bill may be delayed by the District for good cause. On or after May 1, 2004, the Wastewater User Charges shall be billed to the Owner or Owners of the property served by the Wastewater System. Such Wastewater User Charges shall also constitute a personal obligation of any User of the Wastewater System regardless of to whom the bill for Wastewater User Charges is sent and shall constitute a charge and a lien against the Property Served, whether or not a notice of lien has been served. For the District's convenience, all individual Wastewater User Charges may be combined with any other charges of the District, and all such charges may be billed together. In the event of a change in Owner or User of Property or termination of Service to Property during a billing period, application may be made to the Director of Finance of the District for a refund or proration of Wastewater User Charges for such billing period. The Owner of Metered Residential Property containing more than one unit shall have the option of being charged on the basis of Best Equated Period. The Owner may obtain an application for such change from the Director of Finance. Upon receipt of an Application of Change in billing basis for said Property the change in billing will take effect not sooner than sixty (60) days from receipt of the application. 350 Once an Owner of Metered Residential Property containing more than one (1) unit has elected to be charged on the basis of Best Equated Period, that Owner shall not be permitted to again change. In the event wastewater service is being provided to any parcel of real property and said parcel is being under-billed or not being billed at all, the District shall have the authority to charge the owner of said parcel retroactively for a period not to exceed one and one-half (1½) years from the date of discovery. In the event said parcel is being over-billed by the District, and the current owner of said parcel can verify such over- billing, then the District shall refund the current owner of the parcel any amount verified to be overpaid by said owner. The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District will not collect Wastewater User Charges from the owner of real property when it is known that said real property is connected to a septic tank. Upon notification from the property owner that certain real property which is connected to a septic tank is being billed by the District for Wastewater User Charges, upon verification, the District will refund to the owner any and all of said Wastewater User Charges so collected from said owner. Section Seven. Charge for Late Payments. On or after July 1, 2009, any Wastewater User charges billed that are not paid by the due date indicated on any bill rendered shall bear a late payment charge equal to three-fourths of one percent (0.75%) per month, or nine percent (9%) per annum, of the amount of the bill rendered and is herby imposed for each month or portion thereof that the charges remain unpaid beyond the due date. Section Eight. Wastewater User Charges Constitute a Lien. The Wastewater User Charges shall constitute a lien upon the Property Served on the date a bill is rendered for Wastewater Service, and said lien shall have the same priority as taxes levied for state and county purposes. The District may cause a notice of lien for non-payment of such charges to be filed in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds within and for the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County, depending upon where such Property Served is located. Such notice of lien shall state the Wastewater User Charges due, and shall adequately describe the Property against which such lien is asserted. A copy of such notice of lien shall be mailed to the Owner of the Property at the last address on file with the District and the filing of such notice in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds may be deferred as a matter of grace for not more than thirty (30) days from the mailing date. All Wastewater User Charges that remain unpaid shall bear interest at a rate not to exceed the lower of nine 351 percent (9%) per annum or the maximum legal rate from the time a notice of lien is filed with the appropriate recorder of deeds as herein prescribed, until such time as the account is brought current. After such notice of lien is filed of record, the fees of the Recorder for filing and releasing said lien shall also be payable to the District as a prerequisite to releasing said lien. Section Nine. Termination of Service for Nonpayment. When any Wastewater User Charge has not been paid and has been delinquent for a period in excess of three months, the District is authorized to order the water supply to be shut off for the Property for which the Wastewater User Charge is delinquent or to remove or close any sewer connections, or both, until payment of the delinquent charge together with the reasonable costs involved in shutting off and turning on the water, or closing and reopening the sewer connection, as the case may be, have been paid. When any Wastewater User Charge has not been paid and has been delinquent for more than fifteen days after the due date, then the District may refuse to issue to the Owner and/or User a permit to connect any other Property owned or controlled by said Owner and/or User to the Wastewater System or Storm Water System; or may refuse to review any plans submitted by or on behalf of such Owner and/or User; or issue any permits requested by or on behalf of such Owner and/or User; or refuse to contract for any purpose with or accept Wastewater or Storm Water from any such Owner and/or User. Section Ten. Remedies. Whenever any charge on an account is unpaid after ninety days from the date the bill for such account was rendered, then the amount for all charges, including late fees and attorney fees, accrued and accruing on the account may be collected by any or all of the three procedures: (A) by assignment or forwarding for collection to a collection agency or law firm; or (B) by suit or other proceedings in any court of competent jurisdiction; or (C) by enforcement of the lien provided herein. The District shall have the power to sue any Owner and/or User, jointly and severally, in a civil action to recover delinquent charges plus the late payment charge and interest on the delinquent bill, plus all costs incurred by the District in connection with the filing, enforcement and relinquishment of such lien and the prosecution and collection of such charges including court costs, 352 fees for transcript judgments, special process servers, credit reports, video reports, sewer and/or water shutoff costs, other related fees, and reasonable attorney's fees to be fixed by the court. Section Eleven. False Information. It shall be unlawful for any Person to furnish any false report or information to the District which would reduce any charge imposed by the District. Section Twelve. Violation of Ordinance. Any Person violating Section Eleven of this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than $50.00 nor more than $500.00. The imposition of such penalty shall in no way restrict or deprive the District of its right to pursue any other remedy it may have for the collection of any delinquent bill for Charges. Section Thirteen. Wastewater User Charge Review. The Board shall regularly review the Wastewater User needs of the District and Wastewater User Charges, usually as a part of a Rate Proposal from the Rate Commission, to assure the appropriateness of the Wastewater User Charges. (A) Maintain the proportional distribution of operation, maintenance and replacement costs among User classes. (B) Provide adequate revenues to cover operation, maintenance and replacement costs. (C) Provide adequate revenues for the payment of debt service on or required by the provisions of any outstanding bonds. Section Fourteen. Notice of Rates. Each User Account shall be notified at least annually in conjunction with a regular billing for Wastewater User Charges as to: (A) the rate schedule in effect; and (B) that part of Wastewater User Charges attributable to wastewater services. Section Fifteen. Deposit of Funds. The funds received from the collection of any of the aforesaid charges shall be deposited daily as received by the Secretary-Treasurer of the District, and shall be deposited in duly designated bank accounts, and such moneys may be appropriated and used for the purposes of the District as herein provided. Section Sixteen. Collection Offices. Collection offices may be established at convenient locations throughout the 353 District. The Director of Finance is hereby authorized to enter into contracts with the owners or operators of business establishments to provide collection services at such locations as are selected and may provide in such contracts for the payment by the District of a fee to the collecting establishment for rendering such collection services. Section Seventeen. Appeals. Any Person who considers the Wastewater User Charges billed to such Person pursuant to the provisions of this Ordinance or any other determination by the District pursuant to the provisions of the Ordinance to be illegal, inaccurate or erroneous may request a review thereof by the Director of Finance or his designate within thirty (30) days of (i) the bill to such Person for Wastewater User Charges with respect to such Property, or (ii) written notice to such Person of a determination by the District which is contested. The determination by the Director of Finance may be appealed by such Person to the Executive Director, by written notice of appeal filed with the Director of Finance within thirty (30) days of his determination. The determination by the Executive Director shall be considered a final order of the District. Section Eighteen. Judicial Review. Any Person or Persons jointly or severally aggrieved by any final order of the Executive Director of the District may seek judicial review of such decision or pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 12.110 of the District's Plan. Section Nineteen. Adjustment Review Committee. A committee, to be known as the Adjustment Review Committee (ARC), is hereby established and shall meet, at minimum, once a month to conduct its business. The ARC shall be comprised of the voting members which are the District's Director of Finance, Assistant Director of Finance, the Secretary-Treasurer, and General Counsel. Non-voting members are the Accounts Receivable Manager and Audit Administrator. For purposes of Section Nineteen of this Ordinance the following terms as used in this Ordinance shall have the following meanings, unless some other meaning is plainly intended. Adjustment - any change in billing resulting from errors and/or changes in circumstances. Write-off - an uncollectible amount due the District according to State or Federal Statute or as determined by majority approval of the ARC. Settlement - agreement between the customer and the District to alleviate all or part of a delinquent condition. 354 On a monthly basis, the ARC shall review and properly record in the minutes all prior monthly billing adjustments as approved and presented by the Accounts Receivable Manager. These billing adjustments may result from but are not limited to; misapplied payment, ccf adjustment, reduction factor, water-off, transfer of balance due to bankruptcy notice, new occupant/water meter registrant, bank encoding error, or water back-up. All write-offs or settlements of accounts shall require a majority of the ARC voting members to meet and discuss before approval. No write-off or settlement in excess of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) and less than Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) shall be effective unless reviewed and approved by three (3) out of the four (4) voting members of the ARC. Any write-off or settlement greater than Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) shall require Finance Committee approval or ratification. The suspension of these rules may occur when a time constraint exists and a decision must be made before the next scheduled meeting, or a situation exists from, but not limited to; foreclosure, sheriff or county tax sale, Land Reutilization Authority, Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, or discharged bankruptcy. In these instances, no settlements or write-offs in excess of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) shall be effective unless reviewed and approved by three (3) out of four (4) voting members of the ARC on an individual basis or at a special meeting as requested by any of the ARC members. All such instances will be reported at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the ARC and recorded in the minutes. ARC activity will be reported to the Board's Finance Committee on a frequency determined by the Board’s Finance Committee. The committee shall perform any other such duties relating to billing and collection policies. Such duties shall be reported to the Executive Director and Board of Trustees. Section Twenty. Severability. The Board hereby declares that if any section, part, sentence or clause of this Ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remainder of this Ordinance, the Board hereby declaring that it would have enacted the remainder of this Ordinance without regard to that part hereof that may be held invalid. Section Twenty-One. Prior Ordinances. The provisions contained in this Ordinance shall repeal and supersede Ordinance No. 13021, adopted January 14, 2010, and shall take the place of and supersede the provisions of all prior ordinances 355 relating to the same subject matter, which are herewith inconsistent. This Ordinance shall not be so construed as to relieve any Person from the payment of any charge which is due and payable under the provisions of any prior ordinance, nor to bar the collection of same by any and all of the means provided for in said prior ordinance. This Ordinance shall not be so construed as to relieve any Person from any penalty heretofore incurred by the violation of any prior ordinance nor to bar the prosecution of any such violation in the manner provided therein. The foregoing Ordinance was adopted on December 12, 2013. 356 APPENDIX I WASTEWATER USER CHARGES July 1, 2012 July 1, 2013 July 1, 2014 July 1, 2015 Charge Charge Charge Charge METERED PROPERTY (per Month/per User Account) Base Charge $13.15 $14.85 $16.25 $18.25 Volume Charge $2.28/100 $2.50/100 $2.82/100 $3.21/100 All Volume Cubic Feet Cubic Feet Cubic Feet Cubic Feet UNMETERED RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY (per Month/per User Account) Base Charge $13.15 $14.85 $16.25 $18.25 Room/Fixture Charge: Room (each room) $ 1.48 $1.63 $1.83 $2.09 Water Closet (each fixture) $ 5.56 $6.10 $6.88 $7.83 Bath (each fixture) $ 4.64 $5.08 $5.73 $6.53 Separate Shower (each fixture) $ 4.64 $5.08 $5.73 $6.53 357 APPENDIX I WASTEWATER USER CHARGES continued July 1, 2012 Charge July 1, 2013 Charge July 1, 2014 Charge July 1, 2015 Charge NON-RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY (per Month/per User Account) Extra Strength Surcharges (if water usage equals or exceeds 8000 cubic feet per month): Suspended Solids (SS) * $231.35 $231.35 $244.03 $251.88 Over 300 mg/liter (Milligrams per liter) Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) * $620.14 $620.14 $620.14 $632.38 Over 300mg/liter (Milligrams per liter) Chemical oxygen Demand (COD)* $310.07 $310.07 $310.07 $316.19 Over 600 mg/liter (Milligrams per liter) * Per Ton Base Charge $ 13.15 $14.85 $16.25 $18.25 Volume Charge $2.28/100 $2.50/100 $2.82/100 $3.21/100 All Volume Cubic Feet Cubic Feet Cubic Feet Cubic Feet Compliance Charge/per Month Tier 1: 0 Inspection/0 Sample Point $ 23.00 $ 16.00 $ 9.00 $ 2.15 Tier 2: 1 Inspection/0 Sample Point $ 39.80 $ 41.85 $ 43.55 $ 44.50 Tier 3: 1 Inspection/1 Sample Points $ 84.75 $ 89.15 $ 92.75 $ 94.80 Tier 4: 1 Inspection/2 Sample Points $124.25 $130.70 $136.00 $139.00 Tier 5: 1 Inspection/More Than 2 Sample Points $163.75 $172.25 $179.25 $183.15 358 STORMWATERRATES ORDINANCEOrdinance #13466The Stormwater Sewer Service Charge rates are established through anordinance and must be approved by the Board of Trustees to be enacted. ARate Commission process every three years is used to review and makerecommendations regarding the rates to the Board of Trustees. Charges arecurrently a flat-rate of $.24 per month or $.18 per unit per month for multi-unitresidential properties.359 STORMWATER ORDINANCE #13466 AN ORDINANCE, repealing and suspending Ordinance No. 13125, adopted August 12, 2010, and enacting a new ordinance in lieu thereof to continue the schedule of monthly Stormwater Service Charge as approved by the voters on March 8, 1988. WHEREAS Ordinance No. 13125, adopted January 14, 2010, previously reinstituted the schedule of monthly Stormwater Service Charge as approved by the voters on March 8, 1988, with an emergency clause. WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 12560 adopted December 13, 2007, previously established a new schedule of stormwater user charges and repealed and superseded Ordinance No. 9183, adopted January 12, 1994, Ordinance No. 9030, adopted June 16, 1993, and Ordinance No. 8657, adopted May 3, 1992; and WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 12789 adopted December 11, 2008, repealed and superseded Ordinance No. 12560 adopted December 13, 2007; Ordinance No. 12906 adopted June 11, 2009 repealed and superseded Ordinance No. 12789 adopted December 11, 2008; and Ordinance No. 13022 adopted January 14, 2010 repealed and superseded Ordinance No. 12906 adopted June 11, 2009; and WHEREAS, Zweig, et al vs. MSD, Cause No. 08SL-CC3051, was initially filed on July 18, 2008, concerning the MSD stormwater user charge as adopted in MSD Ordinance No. 12560; and WHEREAS, on July 9, 2010, the court handed down Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, Judgment and Decree in the first phase of the bifurcated trial of Zweig, et al vs. MSD, Cause No. 08SL-CC03051; and WHEREAS, in light of the court’s decision and until final resolution of the case, the District hereby suspends Ordinance No. 13022 and enacts a new Ordinance to reinstitute the schedule of monthly Stormwater Service Charge as approved by the voters on March 8, 1988, and; WHEREAS, by Ordinance No. 7450, adopted May 11, 1988, the District established the Stormwater Service Charges approved by the voters on March 8, 1988; and WHEREAS, The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, a body corporate, Municipal Corporation and political subdivision of the State of Missouri (herein called the "District"), was established as a metropolitan sewer district under the provisions of Section 30 of Article VI of the Constitution of the State of Missouri, pursuant to a Plan adopted by the voters of St. Louis City and St. Louis County at a special election held on Tuesday, February 9, 1954 (the "Plan"); and WHEREAS, the Plan established the District in the interest of the public health and for the purpose of providing adequate sewer and drainage facilities within the boundaries of the District; and WHEREAS, the Plan empowers the District with jurisdiction, control, possession and supervision of sewer and drainage systems and facilities as may be placed under the District's jurisdiction in the manner provided in the Plan; to maintain, 360 operate, reconstruct and improve the same as a comprehensive sewer and drainage system; to make additions, betterments and extensions thereto; to protect the public health and welfare by preventing or abating the pollution of water; and to have all the rights, privileges and jurisdiction necessary or proper for carrying such powers into execution; and WHEREAS, the stormwater system within the District consists of man made facilities and structures and natural water courses used for collecting and conducting stormwater to, through and from drainage areas to the points of final outlet including, but not limited to, sewers, pipes, inlets, conduits and appurtenant features, canals, creeks, channels, catch basins, ditches, streams, gulches, gullies, flumes, culverts, siphons, retention or detention basins, dams, flood walls, levies, and pumping stations (the "Stormwater System"); and WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 65 adopted by the Board of Trustees of the District on May 21, 1956, the District accepted the maintenance and operation of the portion of the Stormwater System theretofore operated and maintained by the municipalities, sewer districts and other public agencies within the boundaries of the District established under the original Plan (the "Original Area"); and WHEREAS, a special election was held on May 10, 1977, pursuant to which additional areas were annexed to the District (the "Annexed Area"); and WHEREAS, by Resolution No. 1494 adopted by the Board of Trustees of the District on April 27, 1977, the District established a policy regarding the Stormwater System in the Annexed Area which provided that the District would not assume immediate control of the Stormwater System in the Annexed Area, but would provide planning services and work with local municipal authorities and other organizations and groups to coordinate stormwater and drainage programs where such services were requested; and WHEREAS, by Ordinance No. 7691 adopted by the Board of Trustees of the District on February 22, 1989, the District established a policy effective April 1, 1989, to regulate the construction, alteration and reconstruction of all stormwater and drainage facilities within the District and undertake the operation and maintenance of those portions of the Stormwater System accepted for dedication by the District within the boundaries of the entire District to the extent of available funds for such purposes; and WHEREAS, the District's Plan authorizes the Board to establish by ordinance charges to be collected from all the real property served by the sewer facilities of the District, whether public or private, such charges to be based upon any classifications or sub-classifications which the Board may determine to be fair and reasonable, and to prescribe the manner in which and time at which such charges are to be paid; and WHEREAS, the District is subject to the provisions of the federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended (commonly referred to as the Federal Clean Water Act), 33 U.S.C. § 1251, et seq. (the "Federal Clean Water Act"), and the regulations promulgated there under; and WHEREAS, there are continuing and growing threats to the public health, safety and welfare of the District and its residents created by stormwater, including flooding, erosion, water pollution, creation of pest breeding areas, traffic hazards caused by flooding, etc.; and 361 WHEREAS, in connection with the suspension of the Stormwater User Charge and with the re-establishment of the Stormwater Service Charges as herein provided, the District will reinstitute the collection of ad valorem property taxes to be used for the purpose of providing service to the Stormwater System; and WHEREAS, the Board does hereby find and determine that the adoption of this Ordinance is in the public interest of the District and its residents, will further the public purposes of the District, and is desirable and necessary in furtherance of the public health, safety and welfare of the District and its residents. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT: Section One. Definitions of Words and Terms. In addition to words and terms defined elsewhere in this Ordinance, the following words and terms as used in this Ordinance shall have the following meanings, unless some other meaning is plainly intended. "Area" means the square footage measurement of Property. "Board" means the Board of Trustees of the District. "Dedicated Stormwater Facilities" means those portions of the Stormwater System which have been accepted for dedication by the District as provided in Section Three of this Ordinance. "District" means The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. "Owner or Owners" means both the owner or owners of record of Property as set forth in the records of the office of the respective Recorders of Deeds for the City of St. Louis or for St. Louis County, Missouri. "Person" means any individual, firm, proprietorship, partnership, company, municipality, state, federal or local governmental entity, association, society, corporation, group, or other entity. "Property" means a lot or parcel of real estate, whether public or private, which is served by the Stormwater System. "Stormwater" means any water or drainage resulting from precipitation which may or may not be mixed with an accumulation of dirt, soil, and other debris or substances collected from the surfaces on which such precipitation falls or flows. "Stormwater Design Standards" means the most current published edition of "Rules and Regulations and Engineering Design Requirements for Sanitary Sewerage and Stormwater Drainage Facilities" and "Standard Construction Specifications for Sewers and Drainage Facilities" as ratified and approved from time to time by the Board. "Stormwater Facility" or "Stormwater Facilities" means various drainage works that may include sewers, pipes, inlets, conduits, manholes, energy dissipation structures, channels, outlets, retention/detention basins, and other structural components. "Stormwater Service” means the planning and regulating of the Stormwater System and all activities described in Appendix I. "Stormwater System" means all man-made facilities, structures, and natural Watercourses used for collecting and conducting Stormwater to, through, and from drainage areas to the points of final outlet including, but not limited to, any and all of the following: sewers, pipes, inlets, conduits and appurtenant features, canals, creeks, channels, catch basins, ditches, streams, rivers, 362 gulches, gullies, flumes, culverts, siphons, retention or detention basins, dams, floodwalls, levees, and pumping stations. "Stormwater Service Charges" means the charges imposed by the District pursuant to this Ordinance. "User" means the occupant or Owner of Property, or any Person served by the Stormwater System. Section Two. Establishment of the Stormwater Service Charges. The Stormwater Service Charges to be imposed on all Property served by the Stormwater System were approved by the voters on March 8, 1988. Section Three. Dedication of Stormwater Facilities. The District will accept for dedication all existing or newly constructed Stormwater Facilities as provided by this Section. The Executive Director shall accept the dedication of an existing Stormwater Facility to the District's Stormwater System, provided that the District's final inspection report made prior to the acceptance of dedication confirms that such facility is located in public rights-of-way or easements granted to and accepted by the District and which is not encroached upon, is intended for public use, and meets the District's current policy on Stormwater maintenance as provided in Section Four of this Ordinance. Upon completion of construction of new Stormwater Facilities for which plans are received, reviewed and approved by the District after April 1, 1989, the Stormwater Facilities shall be dedicated to the District and the Executive Director shall accept the dedication of such Stormwater Facilities to the District's Stormwater System, provided that the facilities have been constructed in accordance with the approved plans, the District's final inspection reports made prior to the acceptance of dedication confirm that the facilities meet the Stormwater Design Standards, and the facilities meet the District’s current policy on Stormwater maintenance as provided in Section Four of this Ordinance. Section Four. Maintenance of Dedicated Stormwater Facilities. The District shall maintain all Dedicated Stormwater Facilities pursuant to policies established from time to time by resolution of the Board to prioritize the use of monies from the Stormwater Service Charges and other available funds to meet the greatest needs in furtherance of the public health, safety and welfare and in compliance with the Federal Clean Water Act. To the extent of available funds the District shall establish a program of maintenance of Dedicated Stormwater Facilities in accordance with the District's then current Stormwater Maintenance Policy. The Board hereby adopts the Stormwater Maintenance Policy attached hereto as Appendix I. Section Five. Private Stormwater Facilities. The Owner shall be responsible for Stormwater Facilities located on private property where runoff will principally be collected within that property and for all other Stormwater Facilities not maintained by the District per Appendix I. The Owner shall clean and maintain the facility or channel as required to ensure proper operation as required by law or regulation. Where Dedicated Stormwater Facilities are in easements, the Owner of the Property is responsible for maintenance of such easements including lawn mowing, litter pick-up, pest control, removal of blockages and encroachments, etc. The Owner shall place no structures or plantings that interfere with the Stormwater Facility or its operation and maintenance. Section Six. Rules and Regulations. In order to accomplish the purpose of this Ordinance to protect the Stormwater System within the District, to secure the best results from the construction, operation, and maintenance thereof, and to prevent damage and misuse of any of the Drainage Facilities, improvements, or properties within the District, the Executive Director may make and enforce rules and regulations that are necessary and reasonable: 363 (A) To prescribe the manner in which storm sewers, ditches, channels, and other Stormwater Facilities are to be designed, installed, adjusted, used, altered, maintained, replaced, or otherwise changed. (B) To prescribe the manner in which Stormwater Facilities are operated. (C) To facilitate the enforcement of this Ordinance. (D) To protect the Stormwater System, and to prescribe the manner of its use by any public or private person, firm, or corporation. (E) To protect the public health, safety, and welfare. Section Seven. Permits and Plan Review. All plans and designs for all Stormwater Facilities within the boundaries of the District shall be submitted for approval, revision or rejection by the District pursuant to the Plan, applicable Ordinances and the District Stormwater Design Standards. Except as preempted or otherwise delegated by EPA or MDNR, the District shall provide all stormwater plan and design review, permit control and construction inspection. Section Eight. Stormwater Service Charge Policy. Stormwater Service Charges will be imposed on all Property served by the Stormwater System within the District, whether public or private. Section Nine. Stormwater Service Charges. Beginning with the Effective Date of this Ordinance, the District shall impose the Stormwater Service Charges as shown in Appendix II. Section Ten. Billing. All bills for Stormwater Service Charges shall be prepared by the District and shall be issued monthly for services provided in the preceding month. The issuance of any monthly bill may be delayed by the District for good cause. The Stormwater Service Charges shall be billed to the Owner of the Property or to the Person billed by the District for Stormwater Service Charges for such Property. Such Stormwater Service Charges shall also constitute a personal obligation of both the Owner and any User of the Property regardless of to whom the bill for Stormwater Service Charges is sent and shall constitute a charge and a lien against the Property served. For the District’s convenience, all Stormwater Service Charges may be combined with any other charges of the District, and all such charges may be billed together. In the event of a change in Owner or User of Property during a billing period, application may be made to the Director of Finance of the District for a refund or prorating of Stormwater Service Charges for such billing period. In the event stormwater services are being provided to any parcel of real property and said parcel is being under-billed or is not being billed at all, the District shall have the authority to charge the owner of said parcel retroactively for a period not to exceed one and one-half (1½) years from the date of discovery. In the event said parcel is being over-billed by the District, and the current owner of said parcel can verify such over- billing, then the District shall refund the current owner of the parcel any amount verified to be overpaid by said owner. Section Eleven. Charge for Late Payments. On or after July 1, 2009, any Stormwater Service Charges billed that are not paid by the due date indicated on any bill rendered shall bear a late payment charge equal to three-fourths of one percent (0.75%) per month, or nine percent (9%) per annum, of the amount of the bill rendered and is herby imposed for each month or portion thereof 364 that the charges remain unpaid beyond the due date. Section Twelve. Stormwater Service Charges Constitute a Lien. The Stormwater Service Charges shall constitute a lien upon the Property served on the date a bill is rendered for Stormwater Service, and said lien shall have the same priority as taxes levied for state and county purposes. The District may cause a notice of lien for non-payment of such charges to be filed in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds within and for the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County, depending upon where such Property served is located. Such notice of lien shall state the Stormwater Service Charges due, and shall adequately describe the Property against which such lien is asserted. A copy of such notice of lien shall be mailed to the Owner of the Property at the last address on file with the District and the filing of such notice in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds may be deferred as a matter of grace for not more than thirty (30) days from the mailing date. All Stormwater Service Charges that remain unpaid shall bear interest at a rate not to exceed the lower of nine percent (9%) per annum or the maximum legal rate from the time a notice of lien is filed with the appropriate recorder of deeds as herein prescribed, until such time as the account is current. After such notice of lien is filed of record, the fees of the Recorder for filing and releasing said lien shall also be payable to the District as a prerequisite to releasing said lien. Section Thirteen. Termination of Service for Nonpayment. When any Stormwater Service Charge has not been paid and has been delinquent for a period in excess of three months, the District is authorized to order the water supply to be shut off for the Property for which the Stormwater Service Charge is delinquent or to remove or close any sewer connections, or both, until payment of the delinquent charge together with the reasonable costs involved in shutting off and turning on the water, or closing and reopening the sewer connection, as the case may be, have been paid. When any Stormwater Service Charge has not been paid and has been delinquent for more than fifteen days after the due date, then the District may refuse to issue to the Owner and/or User a permit to connect any other Property owned or controlled by said Owner and/or User to the Wastewater System or Stormwater System; or may refuse to review any plans submitted by or on behalf of such Owner and/or User; or issue any permits requested by or on behalf of such Owner and/or User; or refuse to act on any easement vacation request by or on behalf of such Owner and/or User; or refuse to contract for any purpose with or accept Wastewater or Stormwater from any such Owner and/or User. Section Fourteen. Remedies. Whenever any charge on an account is unpaid after ninety days from the date the bill for such account was rendered, then the amount for all charges, including late fees and attorney fees, accrued and accruing on the account may be collected by any or all of the three procedures: (A) by assignment or forwarding for collection to a collection agency or law firm; or (B) by suit or other proceedings in any court of competent jurisdiction; or (C) by enforcement of the lien provided herein. The District shall have the power to sue any Owner and/or User, jointly and severally, in a civil action to recover delinquent charges plus the late payment charge and interest on the delinquent bill, plus all costs incurred by the District in connection with the filing, enforcement and relinquishment of such lien and the prosecution and collection of such charges including court costs, 365 fees for transcript judgments, special process servers, credit reports, video reports, sewer and/or water shutoff costs, other related fees, and reasonable attorney's fees to be fixed by the court. Section Fifteen. False Information. It shall be unlawful for any Person to furnish any false report or information to the District which would tend to reduce Stormwater Service Charges imposed by the District. Section Sixteen. Violation of Ordinance. Any Person violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than $50.00 nor more than $500.00, and each day's violation shall constitute a separate offense. The imposition of such penalty shall in no way restrict or deprive the District of its right to pursue any other remedy it may have for the collection of any delinquent bill for Stormwater Service Charges. Section Seventeen. Stormwater Service Charge Review. The Board shall regularly review the Stormwater Service needs of the District and Stormwater Service Charges, usually as part of a Rate Proposal from the Rate Commission, to assure the appropriateness of the Stormwater Service Charges. Section Eighteen. Notice of Rates. All Owners of Property served by the Stormwater System shall be notified at the time of a rate increase as to the rate schedule in effect. Section Nineteen. Application of Revenues. All revenues billed and collected from Stormwater Service Charges shall be segregated, credited and deposited into a Stormwater Revenue Fund established and maintained by the Director of Finance of the District, and shall be used solely to pay for the costs of providing Stormwater Service. Section Twenty. Appeals. Any Person who considers the Stormwater Service Charges billed to such Person pursuant to the provisions of this Ordinance to be illegal, inaccurate or erroneous may request a review thereof by the Director of Finance or his designate. The results of any appeal shall be applied starting on the date of receipt of the appeal by the District. The determination of the Director may be appealed by such Person to the Executive Director, by written notice of appeal filed with the Director of Finance within thirty (30) days of his determination. The determination by the Executive Director shall be considered a final order of the District. Section Twenty-One. Judicial Review. Any Person or Persons jointly or severally aggrieved by any final order of the Executive Director of the District may seek judicial review of such decision pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 12.110 of the District's Plan. Section Twenty-Two. Adjustment Review Committee. A committee, to be known as the Adjustment Review Committee (ARC), is hereby established and shall meet, at minimum, once a month to conduct its business. The ARC shall be comprised of the voting members which are the District's Director of Finance, Assistant Director of Finance, the Secretary-Treasurer, and General Counsel. Non-voting members are the Accounts Receivable Manager and Audit Administrator. On a monthly basis, the ARC shall review and properly record in the minutes all prior monthly billing adjustments as approved and presented by the Accounts Receivable Manager. These billing adjustments may result from but are not limited to; misapplied payment, transfer of balance due to bankruptcy notice, new occupant, bank encoding error, or water back-up. All write-offs or settlements of accounts shall require a majority of the ARC voting members to meet and discuss 366 before approval. No write-off or settlement in excess of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) and less than Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) shall be effective unless reviewed and approved by three (3) out of the four (4) voting members of the ARC. Any write-off or settlement greater than Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25,000.00) shall require Finance Committee approval or ratification. The suspension of these rules may occur when a time constraint exists and a decision must be made before the next scheduled meeting, or a situation exists from, but not limited to; foreclosure, sheriff or county tax sale, Land Reutilization Authority, Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, or discharged bankruptcy. In these instances, no settlements or write-offs in excess of Five Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) shall be effective unless reviewed and approved by three (3) out of four (4) voting members of the ARC on an individual basis or at a special meeting as requested by any of the ARC members. All such instances will be reported at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the ARC and recorded in the minutes. ARC activity will be reported to the Board's Finance Committee on a monthly basis. The committee shall perform any other such duties relating to billing and collection policies. Such duties shall be reported to the Executive Director and Board of Trustees. Section Twenty-Three. Severability. The Board hereby declares that if any section, part, sentence or clause of this Ordinance is held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remainder of this Ordinance, the Board hereby declaring that it would have enacted the remainder of this Ordinance without regard to that part hereof that may be held invalid. Section Twenty-Four. Emergency Clause. The services as provided for herein are essential to the operation of the District, and enacted without delay, thus creating an emergency within the meaning of the Charter. Accordingly, this ordinance shall take effect immediately upon its enactment. The foregoing Ordinance was adopted August 9, 2012. 367 APPENDIX I THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT STATEMENT OF POLICY FOR MAINTENANCE OF STORMWATER SEWER SYSTEMS AND FACILITIES The following summarizes the District's current policy on Stormwater System Maintenance. A. Unimproved Channels The District will remove debris, trees, brush, and weeds that significantly obstruct the flow in the channels. Priority will be given to blockages that are in evidence and/or reported causing major flooding. B. Improved Channels The District will remove debris, trees, brush, silt, and weeds that significantly obstruct the flow in the channel. The structural integrity of the channel bottoms and sides shall be maintained. C. Storm Sewers (Enclosed Systems) The District will clean and maintain all public storm sewers (enclosed systems) that have been dedicated to and accepted by the District for operation and maintenance. D. Road Culverts and Bridges The District will not maintain road culverts and/or bridges. This responsibility belongs to the agency or individual that has jurisdiction over the roadway. The District will maintain a road culvert which was installed by the District as an integral part of the storm sewer system. E. Driveway Culverts The District will not maintain any driveway culverts. F. Missouri State Highway Department The District will not maintain any storm sewers located on State Highway right-of-way, unless they are an integral part of an accepted storm system. 368 G. Road Inlets The District does maintain road inlets on systems dedicated and accepted by the District. H. Trench Drains The District does not maintain trench drains. I. Roadside Ditches or Gutters The District will not maintain roadside ditches or gutters. This responsibility belongs to the agency or individual that has jurisdiction over the roadway. J. Bars Over Inlets The District does not allow bars, grating, screens, or any other obstructions to flow to be placed in front of inlets or pipe openings. K. Weeds The District only cuts weeds on property owned by the District. The District does not cut weeds on easements. L. Swales Yard swales will not be maintained by the District. M. Fences The District will maintain fences along improved stormwater channels that were installed in the concrete sides of the channel or installed by the District as an integral part of an improvement. N. Retention and Detention Basins The District does not maintain retention or detention basins. O. Sink Holes The District shall not maintain sink holes, but will maintain the structures over the sink hole if it is a public system. In the event a dispute arises as to whether a particular stormwater sewer system or facility or any part thereof should be maintained, repaired, or replaced by the District pursuant to this policy, the decision of the Executive Director shall be final. Any person or persons jointly or severally aggrieved by such decision may appeal such decision in the manner provided for in Section 12.110 of the District's plan. 369 APPENDIX II Charge Beginning July 1, 2012 ALL PROPERTIES WITHIN MSD BOUNDARIES (per month) Single Family and Commercial - Monthly Charge (per account) $0.24 Multi-Family - Monthly Charge (per unit) $0.18 370 GLOSSARIES371 GLOSSARY Accrual Basis of Accounting: The basis of accounting under which transactions are recognized when they occur, regardless of the timing of cash receipts and disbursements. Actual Revenue or Expenditures: The revenue and expenditures incurred in previous fiscal years. Ad Valorem Tax: A tax based on value. Adopted Budget: Refers to the budget amounts as originally approved by the Board of Trustees at the beginning of the year. Amortization: The process of spreading expenses in regular installments over a specific period of time. Annual Budget: A budget applicable to a single fiscal year. Annual Budget Process: The annual budget process consists of activities that encompass the development, implementation, and evaluation of a plan for the provision of services and capital assets for the upcoming fiscal year. This process is strategic in nature, encompassing a multi-year financial and operating plan that allocates resources on the basis of identified goals. Appropriation: The legal authorization granted by the Board of Trustees to make expenditures and to incur obligations for purposes specified in the Budget. Assessed Valuation: A value set on real estate or other property as a basis for levying taxes within the boundaries of MSD service areas. The assessed valuation is set by the City and County Assessor, who are charged with determining the taxable value of property according to a formula set by the State of Missouri. Asset: Resources owned or held which have monetary value. Balanced Budget: Refers to a budget in which revenues are equal to expenditures. Balanced Scorecard Measures: A measure of the level of activity and service in the functional areas of the various departments. Base Budget: The same level of funding as in the current year adopted budget with adjustments for one-time costs, merit, benefit and cost of living increases and general price adjustments. Basis of Accounting: A term referring to when revenues, expenditures, and transfers and the related assets and liabilities are recognized in the accounts and reported in the financial statements. Beginning Fund Balance: Fund balance available in a fund from the end of the prior year, for use in the following year. 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 combined wastewater and stormwater bills. Blockage: Partial or complete interruption of flow as a result of some obstruction in a sewer. Also referred to as a stoppage. Board: Refers to the Board of Trustees of the District. The Board is comprised of six members, three of whom are appointed by the Mayor of the City of St. Louis and the remaining three are appointed by the County Executive of St. Louis County. Bond Rating: The rating of bonds as a statement of a locality’s economic, financial and managerial condition. It represents the business community’s assessment of the investment quality of a local government. Highly rated bonds attract more competition in the marketplace, thereby lowering interest costs paid by MSD and its ratepayers. Bonds: A written promise to pay a specified sum of money at a specified date in the future together with periodic interest at a specified rate. Branch Sewer: A sewer that receives wastewater from a relatively small area and discharges into a main sewer serving more than one branch sewer area. Break: A fracture or opening in a pipe, manhole or other structure due to structural failure and/or structural defect. Budget: A balanced financial plan for a given period of time, which includes an appropriation and tax levy ordinance for the various sources of revenue that finance the various funds. Budget Calendar: The schedule for completion of the various phases in the preparation and adoption of the annual budget. 372 GLOSSARY Budget Document: The instrument used by the budget-making authority to present a comprehensive financial program to the Board of Trustees and the public. Budget Message: The opening section of the budget which provides a general discussion of the most important aspects of the budget, accomplishments from previous years and new initiatives and challenges facing the District as presented by the Executive Director to the Board of Trustees. Budgetary Control: The control or management of a government or enterprise in accordance with an approved budget that keeps expenditures within the limitations of available appropriations and revenues. Budgeted Position: Those positions which have either been budgeted for and authorized in the past or which are being requested in the current year's budget. Business Line: Classification of an account to distinguish between wastewater, stormwater or unallocated expenditures. Bypass: A pipe, valve, gate, weir, trench or other device designed to permit all or part of a wastewater flow to be diverted from usual channels or flow. Sometimes refers to a special line which carries the flow around a facility or device that needs maintenance or repair. Capacity: The maximum rate of flow that can be carried by sewers or received by a treatment plant without causing an upset of the biological material contained in the treatment system. Capital Charge: The portion of total charges for services provided by the District which is established for debt retirement. Capital Improvement and Replacement Program: A plan for capital expenditures to be incurred each year over a fixed period of years to meet the capital needs to maintain or replace the sewer infrastructure. It sets forth each project’s expenditures and specifies the resources estimated to be available to finance the projected expenditures. Capital Improvement Surcharge: A user charge to finance the construction of seven wastewater improvement projects required to comply with federal and state clean water laws. This monthly surcharge was last charged in April 1995 on customer bills for March 1995 service. Capital Project: A capital project is defined by the creation of a capital asset. Capital projects for the District often involve large monetary and time expenditures related to the construction of infrastructure assets for the collection and treatment of wastewater or stormwater. Capital Outlay: Items purchased utilizing departmental budgeted funds in the 55000 series of natural accounts for the purchase of land, buildings, structural improvements, equipment, vehicles, machinery, furniture, and computer equipment. Items purchased in this category generally become capital assets of the District. Cash Basis of Accounting: Under this basis of accounting, revenues are not recorded until cash is received; expenditures are recorded only when cash is disbursed. Catch Basin: A chamber or well used with storm or combined sewers as a means of removing grit which might otherwise enter and be deposited in sewers. Channel: An improved (paved) watercourse. Clean Water Act: Growing public awareness and concern for controlling water pollution led to enactment of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972. As amended in 1977, this law became commonly known as the Clean Water Act. The Act established the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States. It gave EPA the authority to implement pollution control programs such as setting wastewater standards for industry. The Clean Water Act also continued requirements to set water quality standards for all contaminants in surface waters. The Act made it unlawful for any person to discharge any pollutant from a point source into navigable waters, unless a permit was obtained under its provisions. It also funded the construction of sewage treatment plants under the construction grants program and recognized the need for planning to address the critical problems posed by nonpoint source pollution. Cleanout: An opening (usually covered or capped) in a wastewater collection system used for inserting tools, rods or snakes while cleaning a pipeline or clearing a stoppage. Collection System: A network of pipes, manholes, cleanouts, traps, siphons, lift stations and other structures used to collect all wastewater, stormwater and combined waste water of an area and transport it a treatment plant or disposal system. The collection system includes land, public sewer lines and appurtenances, pumping stations and general property. Combined Sewers: A sewerage system that carries both sanitary sewage and stormwater runoff. 373 GLOSSARY Compliance Charge: Billed to non-residential customers only -- the costs related to the District's compliance activities for non-residential properties required to comply with federal and state environmental regulations. Conductor: A pipe which carries a liquid load from one point to another point. In a wastewater collection system, a conductor is often a large pipe with no service connections. Also called a conduit, monitor interceptor or interconnector. Conduit: Any artificial or natural duct, either open or closed, for conveying fluids from one point to another. Connection Fees: One-time fees assessed when properties are connected to the sewerage system. Effective November 1, 1994, these fees are uniform throughout the District and are based on the size of the property's water tap. Construction Funds: Funds established to receive and disburse proceeds from revenue sources restricted for construction of improvements to sewerage and drainage collection systems and treatment facilities. Contamination: Introduction into water of any microorganisms, chemicals, toxic substances, wastes, or wastewater in a concentration that makes the water unfit for its next intended use. Contractual Services: Expenses and encumbrances charged to the 54000 series of natural accounts. Expenses in this category usually involve an agreement with a particular vendor to provide a specific type of work. Contributed Wastewater Volume: The quantity of water-borne wastes emanating from residential property or non-residential property and, specifically: 1. For metered residential property, billed metered water usage during the best equated period; 2. For non-residential property, either billed metered water usage throughout the year with exemption allowances for any water that does not enter the sewer system or measured wastewater volume; and 3. For unmetered residential property, average indoor water usage characteristics of various housing attributes, as defined in the rate study, applied to each user's number of rooms and plumbing fixtures. Conveyance System: A series of sewers, manholes, pumping facilities and force mains that carry wastewater from residences, commercial establishments and industrial plants terminating at a treatment plant. Cost Center: An organization that performs a particular function and separately accounts for expenditures. Cross Connection: A connection between a storm drain system and a sanitary collection system. Less frequently used term to describe a connection between two sections of a collection system to handle anticipated overloads of one system. Curb Inlet: A chamber or well built at the curbline of a street to admit gutter flow to the storm water drainage system. Customer Assistance Credit: A Customer Assistance Credit is available to eligible customers of the District who are billed for and pay a wastewater user charge, capital improvement surcharge and/or are billed for and pay a stormwater user charge. The amount of such Customer Assistance Credit will be fifty percent (50%) of the wastewater user charge, capital improvement surcharge and/or stormwater user charge billed to such customer for the applicable billing period and will be shown as a credit on bills of eligible customers which are issued on or after July 1, 1993. The Customer Assistance Credit for the capital improvement surcharge portion will be absorbed by the wastewater user charge. Debt: An obligation resulting from the borrowing of money or from the purchase of goods and services. Debt Service Funds: Funds to provide for the receipt and disbursement of monies designated for payment of interest and redemption of outstanding bond issues. Defeasance: The process of discharging the lien of an ordinance, resolution, or indenture relating to a bond issue and, in the process, rendering inoperative restrictions under which the issuer has been obliged to operate. Ordinarily an issuer may defease an indenture requirement by depositing with a trustee an amount sufficient to fully pay all amounts under a bond contract as they become due. Deliverables: A list of specifically promised reports, studies and other items produced under the provision of a contract for professional services. Department: The Department is the primary unit in the District. Each unit is managed by a Department Director. Departments are generally composed of divisions which share a common purpose or which perform similar duties. Depreciation: The loss in service value, not restored by current maintenance, which occurs in utility plants in service 374 GLOSSARY 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. Detention: The delay or holding of the flow of water and water-carried wastes in a pipe system. This can be caused by a restriction in the pipe, a stoppage or a dip. Detention also means the time water is held or stored in a basin or a wet well. Sometimes called retention. Discharge Permits: Permit granted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) allowing the discharge of effluent into a body of water. The point source must conform to specific water quality standards established for the receiving waters. 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”. Drainage Facility: Any system of artificially constructed drains, including open channels and separate stormwater sewers used to convey stormwater, surface water or groundwater, either continuously or intermittently to natural watercourses. Dry Weather Overflows: Discharges from a sanitary system in dry weather into a receiving stream rather than a treatment plant, usually as a result of a blockage or capacity limitation. Easement: Legal right to use the property of others for a specific purpose. Effluent: Wastewater or other liquid – raw (untreated), partially or completely treated – flowing from a reservoir, basin, treatment process, or treatment plant. Encumbrances: Obligations incurred in the form of orders, contracts and similar items that will become payable when goods are delivered or services rendered. Engineering Plan Review Fees: Fees assessed to developers to defray the District’s costs of the engineering reviews that ensure standards compliance before construction permits are issued. Enterprise Fund: A grouping of activities whose expenditures are wholly or partially offset by revenues collected from consumers in the form of fees or charges. Expenditure: An amount of money disbursed or obligated. An expenditure is a decrease in net financial resources. This includes current operating expenses requiring the present or future use of current assets. Fees: A general term used for any charge levied by government associated with providing a service. Fiscal Year: An annual period used for budgeting and reporting purposes. For the District, this period is from July 1 through June 30. Flood Protection Facilities: A facility that affects the flood conveyance capacity or flood management behavior of the System, usually designed to reduce flooding hazards. Flow: The volume of effluent expected to enter a treatment system over a given time period. Treatment systems are designed based upon estimates of peak and average flow for different segments of the system. Fund: A fiscal and accounting entity with a self-balancing set of accounts recording cash and other financial resources, together with all related liabilities and residual equities or balances, and changes therein, which are segregated for the purpose of carrying on specific activities or attaining certain objectives in accordance with special regulation, restriction, or limitations. Fund Balance: The excess of the assets of a fund over its liabilities, reserves and carry-over. Fund Group: A category of various funds logically grouped on the basis of the purpose of each fund. At the present time, the District has the following fund groups: 1. General Fund 2. Revenue Funds 3. Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement (OMCI) Funds 4. Construction Funds 5. Debt Service Funds 6. Special Funds Note: Descriptions of each fund group are included in that group’s section of the Budget. General Fund: A fund established by administrative action to finance the ordinary operations of The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District. The General Fund may be used for any legally authorized purpose of the District. It is used to account for all revenues and activities of the District not provided for in any other fund. It may 375 GLOSSARY receive any and all revenues not specifically designated for other funds. All wastewater and stormwater user charges receivable, less allowances for uncollectible accounts, are recorded in the General Fund. General Obligation Bonds: Used to finance Capital Improvement Projects that result in community wide benefits. These bonds are backed by the full faith and credit of the issuer and can only be issued by governmental units with taxing authority. Issuance of General Obligation Bonds requires 67% approval of those voting. Goal: General statements of public policy, purpose, and intent. Governmental Fund: Term used in governmental accounting to apply to all funds except the enterprise funds. Grant: A contribution of assets by one governmental unit to another unit. The contribution is usually made to aid in the support of a specified function, such as sewer construction, pollution control, etc. Impervious Area: Areas of the land surface that by man's action become blocked or sealed from rainfall causing runoff in excess of the natural rain water runoff of undisturbed land. Examples are parking lots and rooftops. Impervious Charge: A system for assessing fees for stormwater runoff conveyances and controls, and the operation and maintenance of same based upon the amount of impervious area on the rate payer's property. In-House Contracts: Planning, design and engineering services provided by existing District staff in order to accomplish specific capital projects. Infiltration: The seepage of groundwater into a sewer system, including service connections. Seepage frequently occurs through defective or cracked pipes, pipe joints, connections or manhole walls. Inflow: Water discharged into a sewer system and service connections from such sources as, but not limited to, roof leaders, cellars, yard and area drains, foundation drains, cooling water discharges, drains from springs and swampy areas, around manhole covers or through holes in the covers, cross connections from storm and combined sewer systems, catch basins, storm waters, surface runoff, street wash waters or drainage. Inflow differs from infiltration in that it is a direct discharge into the sewer rather than a leak in the sewer itself. Influent: Wastewater or other liquid – raw (untreated) or partially treated – flowing into a reservoir, basin, treatment process or treatment plant. Inlet: A surface connection to a drain pipe. A chamber for collecting storm water with no well below the outlet pipe for collecting grit. Often connected to a catch basin or a “basin manhole” (“cleanout manhole”) with a grit chamber. Intercepting Sewer: A sewer that receives flow from a number of other large sewers or outlets and conducts the waters to a point for treatment or disposal. Often called an “interceptor”. Interconnector: A sewer installed to connect two separate sewers. If one sewer becomes blocked, wastewater can back up and flow through the interconnector to the other sewer. Lagoon: A shallow body of water containing partially treated sewerage in which aerobic stabilization occurs. Lateral Sewer: That portion of the sewer lying within a public street or easement connecting a building sewer service to the main sewer. Levy: The total amount of taxes, special assessments or service charges imposed by a government. Liabilities: Obligations incurred in past or current transactions requiring present or future settlement. Lift Station: A wastewater pumping station that lifts the wastewater to a higher elevation when continuing the sewer at reasonable slopes would involve excessive depths of trench. Also, an installation of pumps that raise wastewater from areas too low to drain into available sewers. Main Sewer: A sewer line that receives wastewater from many tributary branches and sewer lines and serves as an outlet for a large territory or is used to feed an intercepting sewer. Management Position: Any District position which is filled by an administrative, supervisory or professional employee and certain positions which are nonbargaining due to the nature of the duties performed. 376 GLOSSARY Manhole: An opening in a sewer provided for the purpose of permitting operators or equipment to enter or leave a sewer. Sometimes called an “access hole”, or “maintenance hole”. Metered Multi-Unit Residential/Non-Residential Property: All property connected to an approved water meter which is: 1. Used only for human residency and consists of two or more dwelling units connected to a single approved water meter; or 2. Used for commercial or industrial purposes and connected to an approved water meter(s). Metered Property: All property connected to an approved water meter through which the amount of water usage is measured. Metered Single-Unit Residential Property: Property used only for human residency, which consists of a single dwelling unit which is connected to an approved water meter which serves only such unit. Mission Statement: A brief description of the purpose and functions of an agency, department, etc. Multi-Unit Residence: Residential property which consists of a dwelling under one roof for occupancy by more than one family, including but not limited to, flats, apartments, condominiums. Natural Account: Detailed classification established to budget and account for the purchase of specific goods and services and the receipt of revenues from specific sources. Natural Account Group: A grouping of accounts based on the category of goods or services purchased; for example: Personnel Services. Non-Point Pollution: Pollution which does not enter the water from any discernible, confined and discrete conveyance (source) but rather wash off, run off or seep from broad areas of land. Non-Residential Property: Property other than Residential Property. Normal Wastewater: Waters or wastes having: 1. A five-day Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) not greater than 300 milligrams per liter; and 2. Containing not more than 300 milligrams per liter of Suspended Solids (SS); and 3. Having a Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) not greater than 600 milligrams per liter. Objectives: The yearly organizational goals expected to be achieved, listed in order of priorities with their associated costs including estimates of salaries, equipment, supplies, etc. Obligations: Amounts which a government may be required legally to meet out of its resources. They include not only actual liabilities, but also encumbrances not yet paid. Obstruction: Any solid object in or protruding into a wastewater flow in a collection line that prevents a smooth or even passage of the wastewater. OMCI Funds: Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Funds established to account for proceeds from tax levies in the various subdistricts and grants in aid of construction. Expenditures are primarily for stormwater operations and maintenance. Ordinance: A bill, resolution or order by means of which appropriations are given legal effect. It is the method by which the appropriation of the annual budget is enacted into law by the Board of Trustees. Outfalls: The point, location or structure where wastewater or drainage discharges from a sewer, drain, or other conduit. The conduit leading to the final disposal point or area. Outfall Sewer: A sewer that receives wastewater from a collection system or from a wastewater treatment plant and carries it to a point of ultimate or final discharge in the environment. Outlet: Downstream opening or discharge end of a pipe, culvert, or canal. Permittee: An industrial user required to maintain an industrial waste permit due to the quality or quantity of their wastewater or point of discharge. Personnel Services: Expenditures and encumbrances charged to the 51000 series of natural accounts. This category of expenses includes items such as salaries, overtime and benefits. Point Source/Point of Discharge: Any discernible, confined, and discrete conveyance, 377 GLOSSARY including but not limited to, any pipe, ditch, channel, tunnel, conduit, well, discrete fissure, container, rolling stock, concentrated animal feeding operation, vessel, or other floating craft from which pollutants are or may be discharged. Pollutant: Any substance which, alone or in combination with other substances, if discharged to waters of the State in sufficient quantities, causes or is reasonably certain to cause any alteration of the physical, chemical or biological properties of such waters; or to create a nuisance; or to render such waters harmful, detrimental or injurious to public health, safety or welfare, or to domestic, industrial, agricultural, recreational, or other legitimate beneficial uses or to any organism, aquatic life, plant or animal. Preventive Maintenance: Regularly scheduled servicing of machinery or other equipment using appropriate tools, tests and lubricants. This type of maintenance can prolong the useful life of equipment and machinery and increase its efficiency by detecting and correcting problems before they cause a breakdown of the equipment. Professional Services: Expenditures for services rendered to the District under formal contract by "professionals" who have a high degree of skill and training in technical fields. Examples are: auditors, management consultants, lawyers, engineers, etc. Property: An improved lot or parcel of real property, whether public or private, which is served by the System. Property Tax: An annual tax on the values of certain types of personal or business wealth, represented by real or personal property. Property Tax Rate: The amount of tax stated in terms of a unit of the tax base expressed as dollars per $100 of assessed valuation. Proposed Budget: The recommended budget submitted by the District to the Board of Trustees. Pump Station: Installation of pumps to lift wastewater to a higher elevation in places where flat land would require excessively deep sewer trenches. Also used to raise wastewater from areas too low to drain into available collection lines. These stations may be equipped with air-operated ejectors or centrifugal pumps. Raw Sewage: Plant influent or wastewater before any treatment. Regulator: A device used in combined sewers to control or regulate the diversion of flow. Represented Position (Bargaining Unit): Any District position, which is filled by an employee represented by a labor union. Reserves: Funds set aside for a specific purpose or use. Residential Property: Property used only for human residency. Resolution: Resolutions are used to express opinions about a particular item of business. Unlike ordinances, resolutions are not laws and are not proposed to the MSD Board of Trustees prior to adoption. Resolutions are often used to honor public officials, recognize retiring employees for their years of service and acknowledge strategic business plans. Resources: The actual assets of a governmental unit, such as cash, grants receivable, land, buildings, etc. including estimated revenues applied to the current fiscal year, and bonds authorized and unissued. Retention: That part of the precipitation falling on a drainage area which does not escape as surface stream flow during a given period. It is the difference between total precipitation and total runoff during the period, and represents evaporation, transpiration, subsurface leakage, infiltration, and, when short periods are considered, temporary surface or underground storage on the area. The delay or holding of the flow of water and water-carried wastes in a pipe system. This can be due to a restriction in the pipe, a stoppage or a dip. Also, the time water is held or stored in a basin or wet well. This is also called detention. Revenue: Income generated by user charges, taxes, investment income, land rental, connection fees, as well as Federal, State and local grants. Revenue Bonds: Debt used to finance Capital Improvement Projects serviced from the net revenues from a particular enterprise, such as sewer service. Issuance of Revenue Bonds requires 67% approval of those voting. Revenue Funds: Funds established to account for proceeds from user charges and connection and other fees within the subdistricts to provide for operations and maintenance within the user charge revenue subdistricts. Sanitary Sewer System: The sewer system that caries liquid and wastewater from residences, commercial buildings, industrial 378 GLOSSARY plants and institutions, together with minor quantities of ground, storm and surface waters that are not admitted intentionally. Sanitary Wet Weather By-passes: Overflows of sanitary sewage, mixed with stormwater, to a stream, from the separate sanitary sewer system in times of wet weather due to the entry of extraneous water into the System. This occurs when the sewers become hydraulically overloaded. By-passes are usually "designed", and are used to prevent back-ups into basements. Secondary Waste Treatment: A wastewater treatment process used to convert dissolved or suspended materials into a form more readily separated from the water being treated. Usually the process follows primary treatment by sedimentation. The process commonly is a type of biological treatment process followed by secondary clarifiers that allow the solids to settle out from the water being treated. Separate Sewers: Sewers that carry only sanitary sewage or stormwater runoff. The separate sanitary sewers are ultimately connected to a treatment plant. Separate storm sewers discharge to streams. Served: Property with an active sewer connection, either directly or indirectly, to a sanitary or drainage facility owned or operated by the District and laying within the District, or to property which otherwise discharges wastewater directly or indirectly into such facilities, or if the discharges of such substances therefrom ultimately enter said facilities. Service Area: Bonfils Watershed, Coldwater Creek Subdistrict, Fee Fee Trunk Sewer Subdistrict, Fenton Service Area, Forest Ridge Service Area, Ellisville Service Area, Mississippi River Subdistrict, Missouri Bottoms Service Area, Riverside Service Area, South County Service Area, Spanish Lake Watershed, Subdistrict No. 150 (Sugar Creek), Terri-Robyn Service Area, Twin Oaks Service Area, and Valley Sewage Company Service Area, St. Louis County Sewer Area, Martigney Sewer Area, and Valley Park Sewer Area, and any property served by the System. Sewage: The used water and water-carried solids from homes that flow in sewers to a wastewater treatment plant. The preferred term is wastewater. Sewer: A pipe or conduit that carries wastewater or drainage water. The term “collection line” is often used also. Sewer Main: A sewer pipe to which building laterals are connected. Also called a collection main. Sewerage: A comprehensive term that includes facilities collecting, pumping, treating and disposing of wastewater. Single Unit: Residential Property used as a dwelling by one family only. Sludge: The solids removed from sewage during wastewater treatment. Sludge Management: The purposeful, systematic control of the generation, storage, collection, transport, processing and disposal of sludges. Special Funds: Special funds of the District are comprised of the following: 1. Improvement Fund 2. Workers’ Compensation Fund 3. Water Backup Fund 4. Wastewater Emergency Fund 5. Stormwater Emergency Fund Standard Methods: The latest edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater" as published jointly by The American Public Health Association, The American Water Works Association, and The Water Pollution Control Federation. Storm Sewer: A separate pipe, conduit or open channel (sewer) that carries runoff from storms, surface drainage and street wash, but does not include domestic and industrial wastes. Storm sewers are often the recipients of hazardous or toxic substances due to the illegal dumping of hazardous wastes or spills created by accidents involving vehicles and trains transporting these substances. Also see sanitary sewer system. Stormwater: Any water resulting from precipitation that may or may not be mixed with an accumulation of dirt, soil, and other debris or substances collected from the surface on which such precipitation falls or flows. Stormwater Runoff: The portion of rainfall, melted snow or irrigation water that flows across ground surfaces and eventually is returned to streams. Runoff can pick up pollutants from the air or land and carry them to the receiving waters. Stormwater Service Area: Any area where stormwater facilities have been dedicated to the District and the District has accepted dedication of said facilities or the District has adopted a resolution accepting the responsibility for operation and maintenance of stormwater 379 GLOSSARY facilities. Stormwater Service Charge: The user charge to generate the revenue to operate and maintain the stormwater system. Subdistrict: Separate taxing area of the District. Supplemental Appropriation: Where sufficient justification exists, supplemental appropriations by the Board may occur outside of the annual budget process. Such appropriations shall reflect unanticipated emergency requirements subject to serious time constraints that a normal resource allocation mechanism, such as the annual budget process, cannot accommodate. Surcharge: The additional charge for the treatment of wastes containing suspended solids, biochemical oxygen demand or chemical oxygen demand exceeding normal wastewater strengths. System: The entire sewer and drainage system owned and operated by the District for the collection, storage, handling, and treatment of wastewater, for the collection, storage, handling and treatment of stormwater, and combined sewers for the collection, storage, treatment and handling of wastewater and stormwater to serve the needs of the District and its inhabitants and others, including all appurtenances and facilities connected therewith or relating thereto, together with all extensions, improvements, additions and enlargements thereto hereafter made or acquired by the District. Tax Levy: The total amount of taxes imposed by a government. . Taxes: Mandatory charge levied by a governmental unit for the purpose of financing services performed for the common benefit. Toxic Pollutants: Any substance whether gaseous, liquid or solid which, when discharged to a wastewater system watercourse in sufficient quantities, interferes with or passes through any wastewater treatment process, or constitutes a hazard to human beings, animal life, plant life, or inhibits aquatic life. Treatment Plant: An arrangement of pipes, equipment, devices, tanks and structures for treating wastewater and industrial wastes. A water pollution control plant. Trunk Sewer: A sewer that receives wastewater from many tributary branches or sewers and serves a large territory and contributing population. Also see main sewer. Unmetered Residential Property: Property used only for human residency, which is not Metered Residential Property. Useful Life: The expected period of time during which a depreciating asset will be productive. User: The occupant or owner of the Property, the person holding a permit for water service to the property, or any person served by the system. User Charge: The major charges established by the District; Wastewater User Charge and Stormwater Service Charge. Utilities: Expense incurred for gas, electric, phone and water at all District locations. Volume Charge: Wastewater charge applied to each customer’s Contributed Wastewater Volume. It includes both OM&R and capital costs components. Waste Activated Sludge: Sludge that has been aerated and subjected to bacterial action, used to remove organic matter in raw sewage during secondary waste treatment. Waste Permit: Permit issued to allow, with certain conditions, waste discharge into the System. This includes discharge of hauled waste. Wastewater: The water-borne wastes emanating from Residential Property or Non-residential Property, together with such groundwater, surface water, or stormwater as cannot be avoided. Wastewater User Charge: The costs related to the amount of wastewater discharged to the sanitary sewer system. Measured in hundred cubic feet (CCF’s) for customers with water meters and the number of rooms and indoor plumbing fixtures for customers without water meters. Water Backup Program: The District will review the total cost to a homeowner of repairs necessary after a sewer backup, provided the problem is found in a part of the sewer line maintained by MSD. Insurance coverage has been obtained to limit the District's total expense. Water Meter Loan: An interest-free loan made by the District to the owner of a residential property not served by a water meter. The loan may be for an amount up to $300 and will be repaid over a period not to exceed 20 years. This program was discontinued in 2004; 380 GLOSSARY existing loans continue to be included in monthly billing. Water Quality: The suitability of water for given uses as measured by the levels of pollutants it contains. Water use classification includes: public water supply; recreation; propagation of fish and other aquatic life, agricultural use and industrial use. Watercourse: A natural or artificial channel for the passage of water, either continuously or intermittently. Watershed: A region or area bounded peripherally by water parting and draining ultimately to a particular watercourse or body of water. Working Capital: Cash, materials and supplies, and other similar current assets necessary in the operation of the facility. 381 ACRONYMS BOD: Biochemical Oxygen Demand: the quantity of oxygen utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter in five days as determined by Standard Methods and expressed in milligrams per liter. B.O.P.: Beginning of Period CAFR: Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CCF: Hundred cubic feet: approximately 750 gallons. COD: Chemical Oxygen Demand: the quantity of oxygen utilized in the chemical oxidation of organic and inorganic matter as determined by Standard Methods and expressed in milligrams per liter. CIRP: Capital Improvement and Replacement Program C.S.O.: Combined Sewer Overflows: discharges from a combined sewer in excess of the interceptor or regulator capacity, that are discharged into a receiving stream rather than going to a treatment plant. DNR: Department of Natural Resources: a Missouri state government agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of state water pollution control policies and laws. The DNR provides state grant funds to local communities for wastewater treatment and administers the EPA Construction Grants Program on behalf of the federal agency. EEOC: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: a federal law enforcement agency that enforces laws against workplace discrimination. E.O.P.: End of Period EPA: Environmental Protection Agency: a federal agency that is responsible for the administration and enforcement of national water pollution control policies and laws. The EPA provides federal grant funds to local governments for wastewater treatment under the provisions of the EPA Construction Grants Program. FASB: Financial Accounting Standards Board: independent, private, non-governmental authority for the establishment of ACCOUNTING principles in the United States. FTE: Full-Time Equivalent positions GAAP: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles: uniform minimum standards and guidelines for financial accounting and reporting. They govern the form and content of the financial statements of an entity. GAAP encompasses the practice at a particular time; they include not only broad guidelines of general application, but also detailed practices and procedures. GAAP provides a standard by which to measure financial presentations. The primary authoritative body on the application of GAAP to state and local governments is the GASB. GASB: Governmental Accounting Standards Board GFOA: Government Finance Officers Association I/I: Infiltration/Inflow: the total quantity of water from both infiltration and inflow with no distinction of the source. MGD: Million gallons per day: standard measure of wastewater flow through treatment plants. mg/l: Milligrams per liter, commonly used to report results of laboratory analysis of wastewater samples and used as a parameter for wastewater extra strength user charge rate. MWBE: Minority and Woman-owned Business Enterprises: a program to encourage the participation of Minority and Women's business concerns in the purchase of professional services and construction work. O M & R: Operational Maintenance & Repairs O.R.S.: Overflow Regulation System: the District's O.R.S. is focused on the facilities that evolved from the former direct discharges of sewage from trunk sewers into the Mississippi River. The system now includes the management, operation, maintenance and improvements to the integrated trunk sewer outfalls, riverfront interceptors, interceptor pump stations and flood protection facilities. The goal of the O.R.S. is to capture the maximum amount of sewage and wastewaters and convey these to wastewater treatment plants at Bissell Point and Lemay. SRF: State Revolving Fund: bonds or other obligations issued in accordance with the District’s participation in the Missouri State Revolving Fund Program of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the State Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority, which SRF Bonds may be Senior SRF Bonds or Subordinate SRF Bonds. SS: Suspended solids that either float on the surface of, or are suspended in wastewater as determined by analysis for non-filterable milligrams per liter. 382 ACRONYMS WWTP: Wastewater Treatment Plant 383