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HomeMy Public PortalAboutExhibit MSD 24 - FY18 Budget DocumentMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer District St. Louis, Missouri 2017-2018 Budget Adopted June 8, 2017 UTILITIES IN ONE2 WASTEWATER + STORMWATER 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, 2016. 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 2018 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, 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 2018 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018) 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 includes 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, State Revolving Fund (SRF) and revenue bonds. In addition, a Multi-decade CIRP needs table and a proposed five-year timeline is presented. At the end of this budget document, a Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP) Budget Supplement is included as an appendix. The CIRP Budget Supplement provides detailed descriptions and locations of the sewer projects planned for Fiscal Year 2018. 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 the Wastewater Revenue Fund. This fund represents actual, budgeted and projected wastewater 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 F. und. Stormwater user charges, previously reported in this section, have been discontinued starting with Fiscal Year 2017. 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 ad valorem tax levies. This revenue is restricted for stormwater and operations and maintenance related capital improvement projects within the individual taxing district, 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. 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 2017 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 .................................................. 7 B. Budget and Financial Policies .................................................. 8 C. Strategic Business & Operating Plan (SBOP) ......................... 18 D. Budget Process ......................................................................... 25 E. Sources and Uses of Funding ................................................... 28 F. User Charges ............................................................................ 33 G. Expenditures ............................................................................ 39 H. Issued Revenue Bonds & Debt Service .................................... 41 I. District-Wide Operating Expenses ........................................... 43 J. Allocated Positions .................................................................. 44 K. Consolidated Statement of Changes in Fund Balance .............. 45 L. Labor Transfer Summary ......................................................... 49 M Interfund Transfer Activity by Fund FY18-FY20.................... 52 N. List of Funds ............................................................................ 55 O. Fund Basis vs. GAAP Basis Statement of Operations ............. 56 IV. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM A. Capital Improvement and Replacement Description ............... 58 B. Summary ................................................................................. 59 C. CIRP Projects with Impact on Operating Costs ...................... 62 D. Wastewater Construction Projects ............................................ 65 E. Wastewater Engineering Projects ............................................. 69 F. Stormwater Construction Projects ............................................ 73 G. Stormwater Engineering Projects ............................................. 75 H. Continued Wastewater Projects ................................................ 77 I. Continued Stormwater Projects ............................................... 79 J. CIRP Funding Timeline ........................................................... 81 K. Multi-decade CIRP Needs ....................................................... 82 V. GENERAL FUND A. General Fund Description ......................................................... 86 B. Revenue Trends and Changes in Fund Balance ........................ 87 C. General Fund Budget by Natural Account Group ..................... 90 D. Significant Budget Changes .................................................... 91 E. General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances ......... 95 F. General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection………..……....99 G. General Fund Expenditures by Organization 1. Board of Trustees................................................................. 104 2. Rate Commission ............................................................... 110 3. Secretary-Treasurer ............................................................ 116 4. Civil Service Commission .................................................. 128 5. Executive Director ............................................................. 134 6. General Counsel ................................................................. 146 7. Human Resources .............................................................. 158 8. Finance ............................................................................... 172 9. Information Systems .......................................................... 184 10. Engineering ........................................................................ 196 11. Operations .......................................................................... 210 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET TABLE OF CONTENTS ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________iv VI. REVENUE FUNDS A. Revenue Funds Description ..................................................... 240 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 242 C. Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statements 1. Wastewater Revenue Fund (3306) .................................. 243 2. Projected User Charge Revenue-Wastewater .................. 244 3. Stormwater Revenue Fund (3307) ................................... 245 VII. CONSTRUCTION FUNDS A. Construction Funds Description ............................................... 246 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 248 C. Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statement 1. Sanitary Replacement Fund (6660) ................................. 249 2. Stormwater Replacement Fund (6700) ............................ 254 VIII. OPERATION, MAINTENANCE and CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS A. OMCI Funds Description ......................................................... 256 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 258 C. Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statements 1. District-wide Stormwater (5110) ..................................... 259 2. Districtwide Stormwater Fund (5120) ............................. 261 3. Stormwater Operations & Maintenance (5130) ............... 263 4. Bond Place Special Taxing Sub-district (5401) ............... 264 5. Clayton-Central (5563) .................................................... 265 6. Coldwater Creek (5564) .................................................. 266 7. Creve Coeur-Frontenac (5565) ........................................ 267 8. Deer Creek (5566) ........................................................... 268 9. Fountain Creek (5569) ..................................................... 270 10. Gravois Creek (5571) ...................................................... 271 11. Loretta-Joplin (5574) .......................................................273 12. Maline Creek (5576) ........................................................274 13. North Affton (5579) .........................................................276 14. North Kinloch (5580) .......................................................277 15. Sugar Creek (5583) ..........................................................278 16. University City (5584) .....................................................280 17. Watkins Creek (5587) ......................................................281 18. Wellston (5589) ...............................................................282 19. MO River Bonfils Subd. #448 (5590) .............................283 20. Lower Meramec River Basin Subd. #449 (5591) ............284 21. Shrewsbury Br. Of RDP Subd. #453 (5592) ....................286 22. Seminary Br. Of RDP Subd. #454 (5593) ........................287 23. Black Creek Subd. #455 (5594) .......................................288 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET TABLE OF CONTENTS __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ v IX. DEBT SERVICE FUNDS A. Debt Service Funds Description ............................................... 290 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 292 C. Changes in Fund Balance – Individual Fund Statement 1. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2804) ............. 293 2. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2808) ............. 294 3. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2810) ............. 295 4. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2812) ............. 296 5. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2816) ............. 297 6. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2817) ............. 298 7. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2818) ............. 299 8. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2819) ............. 300 9. Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund (2820) ............... 301 10. Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund (2821) ................. 302 11. Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund (2822) ................. 303 12. Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund (2823) ................. 304 13. Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund (2824).................. 305 14. Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund (2825) ................. 306 15. Proposed Principal and Interest Bond 1 (Proposed) ........... 307 D. Wastewater Debt Service Amortization Schedule ............................ 309 X. SPECIAL FUNDS A. Special Funds Description ....................................................... 310 B. Changes in Fund Balance – Consolidated ................................ 312 C Changes in Fund Balance - Individual Fund Statements 1. Improvement Fund (4102) ............................................... 313 2. Water Backup Insurance & Reimbursement (4104) ........ 315 3. General Insurance Fund (4105) ....................................... 316 4. Wastewater Emergency Fund (4122) ............................. 317 5. Stormwater Emergency Fund (4123)............................... 318 XI. ORDINANCES A. Proposed Budget Ordinance #14683 ........................................320 B. Proposed Tax Ordinance #14684 .............................................326 XII. GLOSSARIES A. Glossary ...................................................................................338 B. Acronym Glossary ....................................................................349 APPENDIX XIII. 2017-2018 BUDGET SUPPLEMENT METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET TABLE OF CONTENTS __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ vi Citizens – City of St. LouisCitizens – St. Louis CountyLyda KrewsonMayorSteve StengerCounty ExecutiveElectsJames FaulChairTerm Expires: 3/15/17Ruby BonnerTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/15/18Annette MandelTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/15/20Michael YatesTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/15/14Rev. Ronald BoboVice ChairTerm Expires: 3/15/16James I. SingerTrusteeTerm Expires: 3/15/17Board of TrusteesBrian HoelscherExecutive DirectorBudget - $3,403,911Page 134 FTE - 15Internal AuditorBudget included in Secretary-Treasurer DepartmentRate CommissionBudget - $594,304Page 110 FTE - 0Timothy R. SnokeSecretary-TreasurerBudget - $1,893,635Page 116 FTE - 8Civil Service CommissionBudget - $10,000Page 128 FTE - 0Marion GeeDirectorFinanceBudget - $20,300,675Page 172 FTE - 65Richard UnverferthDirectorEngineeringBudget - $26,063,223Page 196 FTE - 238Susan MyersGeneral CounselBudget - $2,601,943Page 146 FTE - 8Vicki Taylor-EdwardsDirectorHuman ResourcesBudget - $8,799,956Page 158 FTE - 23Jonathon SpragueDirectorOperationsBudget - $112,280,592Page 210 FTE - 610Barbara MohnDirectorInformation SystemsBudget - $13,963,301Page 184 FTE - 44Page 104Budget - $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 315,685 according to the 2015 U.S. Census estimates; 49.2% is African American, 42.2% is non-Hispanic, white, 3.5% is Hispanic, 2.9% is Asian, 0.3% is Native American/Alaska Native and 1.9% reports two or more races. The median age in the City is 34 and the median income per household is $34,800. 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 1,003,362 with a median age of 40 years. As of the 2015 Census data estimates, the racial makeup of the County is 68.9% Non-Hispanic White, 23.3% African American, 0.2% Native American, 3.5% Asian, 2.5% Hispanic, and 1.6% from two or more races. The median household income is $59,520. 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 two major sports teams: Cardinals baseball and Blues hockey. Greater St. Louis is home to several Fortune 500 companies including Express Scripts, Emerson Electric, Centene, Monsanto, Reinsurance Group of America, Peabody Energy, Edward Jones, Ameren, and Graybar Electric. Employment is supported by healthcare, education, trade and transportation, professional business services and manufacturing, The City of St. Louis places 22nd in the country for Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) and, in January 2017, St. Louis County had an unemployment rate of 4.1%, well below the national average of 5.0%. 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 James Faul, Chair (City) ...................... 3/15/2017 Ruby Bonner, (City) ............................. 3/15/2018 Annette Mandel, (City) ......................... 3/15/2020 Michael Yates, (County) ...................... 3/15/2014 Rev. Ronald Bobo, Vice Chair(County) 3/15/2016 James I. Singer, (County) .................... 3/15/2017 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 2016C Moody’s ...................................................... Aa1 S&P ............................................................ AAA Fitch ........................................................... AA+ FY18 BUDGET Operating Budget ......................... $200.1 million CIRP .............................................. $339.1 million Debt Service ................................. $109.1 million Total FY18 Budget ........................ $648.3 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 FY16 SERVICE STATISTICS OPERATIONS Sewer Lines ....................................... 9,700 Miles Treatment Plants .................................... 7 Plants Sewage Treatment: Average flow in million gallons per day (MGD) ............................................. 334 Treatment Capacity (MGD) ............................ 538 Annual engineering maximum plant capacity (millions of gallons) ............................... 196,279 Amount treated annually (millions of gallons) ............................... 122,366 Unused Capacity (millions of gallons) ...... 73,913 Percentage of capacity utilized .................. 62.3% ENGINEERING Engineering Services: Sewer Plans Approved ............................... 595 Sewer Construction Permits Issued ........ 4,413 Sewer Connection Permits Issued .......... 1,170 BILLING Single Family Accounts .......................... 356,926 Multi-Family Accounts .............................. 41,585 Commercial-Industrial Accounts ............... 24,001 Total Accounts ...................................... 422,511 DEMOGRAPHICS Land Area ................................. 525 square miles Population ............................................ 1.3 million No. of Households - City & County ......... 542,223 No. of Registered Voters ........................ 883,451 Median Age of Residents-City ................ 34.0 yrs Median Age of Residents-County ........... 39.9 yrs Median Household Income-City ............. $34,800 Median Household Income-County ........ $59,520 Median value of housing-City ............... $118,600 Median value of housing-County .......... $173,000 Persons below poverty level: - St. Louis City .......................................... 27.8% - St. Louis County ........................................ 9.6% Unemployment St. Louis City ...................... 4.7% Unemployment St. Louis County ................. 3.6% Unemployment Missouri Average ............... 4.4% Unemployment National Average ................ 5.0% 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 (24,182), Boeing Company (15,000), Washington University (14,451), SSM Health (13,301), and Mercy (12,547). Fortune 500 companies include: Express Scripts Holding, Emerson, Centene, Monsanto, Reinsurance Group, Peabody Energy, Edward Jones, Ameren, and Graybar Electric. x xi Fiscal Year 2018 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 May 11, 2017 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) 2018, 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 2018 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. 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 2018 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 2018 operating budget includes $200.1 million for day-to-day operations, reflecting a $3.5 million or 2% increase over the FY 2017 budget. The total District budget for FY 2018 is $648.3 million, which includes the operating budget, Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP), and debt service. The proposed budget includes a net decrease of 8 Full Time Employees Proposed expenditures for the FY 2018 are summarized as follows: Operating $200.1 million CIRP 339.1 million Debt Service 109.1 million TOTAL EXPENSE BUDGET $648.3 million 2 Versus costs presented to and approved by the FY 2017 – 2020 Rate Commission, the operating budget for FY 2018 is projected to be 4.5% less than originally planned; and the CIRP budget for FY 2018 is projected to be 4.8% less than originally planned. The proposed FY 2018 budget for wastewater user charges is approximately $360.4 million, which is $14.2 million or 3.8% less than the amount presented and approved by the FY 2017 – 2020 Rate Commission. Reductions in operating and debt service expenses are anticipated to offset the projected decline in wastewater user charges due to a decrease in customer water usage. In addition, proceeds from the issuance of revenue bonds are forecasted to be $218.8 million in FY 2018 or $43.6 million less than the amount presented and approved by the Rate Commission. The reduction in revenue bonds is attributed to more favorable borrowing terms in addition to the CIRP budget being less than originally planned. WASTEWATER PROJECTS – The primary focus of MSD’s mission is the execution of the 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 2018, MSD plans 157 new or continuing wastewater projects, located throughout MSD’s service area, totaling $329.2 million. These projects are funded primarily from the Sanitary Replacement Fund, and represent $30.4 million in continued projects and $298.8 million in new projects. PHASE II STORMWATER PERMIT – The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has issued a new Phase II Stormwater permit to MSD, St. Louis County, and 59 county municipalities, effective December 14, 2016 – September 30, 2021. 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. The new permit mandates that MSD implement best management practices toward the goal of attaining Missouri’s Water Quality Standards. Some examples of these best management practices include: coordinating stream clean-up events, inspecting stormwater outfalls for illegal discharges, training MSD and municipal employees on how to reduce stormwater pollution, and requiring the installation of green infrastructure like rain gardens and pervious pavement on development projects. 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 approach allows for a comprehensive and meaningful direction to our community’s Phase II Stormwater efforts. STORMWATER PROJECTS - In FY 2018, MSD tentatively plans 16 stormwater projects, including continuing projects from FY 2017, totaling $9.9 million. STORMWATER NEXT STEPS – In April 2016, area voters approved Proposition S, which equalized stormwater operation and maintenance for all customers in MSD’s service area. While the passage of Proposition S was a significant milestone, it did not address future capital projects covering flood and erosion issues. Accordingly, MSD is gathering public input, and starting the process of developing a proposal that will be submitted to the Rate Commission in FY 2018 – 2019 to address these District-wide stormwater issues. 3 MSD 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 the next two decades. The FY 2018 capital 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 MSD Project Clear. MSD Project Clear is the name MSD has given to all Consent Decree activities and resulting communications with stakeholders. Therefore, MSD Project Clear is MSD’s $4.7 billion, multi-decade initiative to plan, design, and build system-wide improvements to address water quality and alleviate many wastewater concerns in the St. Louis region. MSD 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 MSD Project Clear, $100 million was allocated to implement a rainscaping (green infrastructure) program, within the Mississippi River drainage areas of the combined sewer system, including portions of northeast St. Louis County, and portions of northern and eastern St. Louis City. In 2016, EPA approved MDS’s plan to complete the $100 million in rainscaping improvements. The rainscaping program includes:  Up to $13.5 million ($1.5 million was spent in the pilot phase) will be used to demolish hundreds of abandoned, structurally-condemned buildings that present a threat to public health and safety in the City of St. Louis.  Through the Large Scale Rainscaping Program, MSD will continue to build partnerships with municipalities, schools, community development organizations, and private developers in order to identify joint opportunities to incorporate rainscaping into ongoing programs and future redevelopment projects.  Continuing the Small Grants Rainscaping Program, encourages homeowners to apply for grants up to $3,000 to use simple techniques to reduce the overall impact of stormwater. Rain gardens, bioretention cells, pervious pavement, and green roofs are all features that can slow down and soak up rainwater before it gets to the sewer system. DIVERSITY – MSD’s Diversity Program continues to open doors and create opportunities for growth for small businesses within the St. Louis community. On-going diversity efforts at MSD focus on helping to develop and grow minority- and women-owned business enterprises (MWBE). In recent years, we have expanded our focus to ensure broader participation 4 on our capital projects. Results of these efforts demonstrate increased MWBE participation. In FY 2016, MWBE firms performed $44.7 million in capital work, which represents 22.91% of our capital program. In the same timeframe, minority construction workforce represented 343,443 hours, or 28.12% of the total hours worked, with women workforce participation at 49,501 hours, or 4.05% of total hours worked in construction. For professional services, minorities represented 18.41% and women represented 34.32% of MSD’s capital program workforce.  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. In FY 2018, 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 continue to work to prepare MSD, its customers, and our community for the challenges we face today and many years into the future. Sincerely, Brian Hoelscher, P.E. Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer 5 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET6 BUDGET SUMMARYThe Budget Summary section contains policies, processes, graphs and chartsrelated to budget development. This section also contains information regardingstaffing and a summary of the Capital Improvement and Replacement Program.7 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 Performance Against Policy Section 7.130 of the District’s Charter requires a balanced budget be submitted to The Board for approval. It mandates the following three requirements:  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. “Changes in Fund Balance” pages are included in this book to demonstrate compliance with this policy.  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. FY18 Total Revenue: (shown in million $) Wastewater User Charges: $360.4 Revenue Bonds: 220.0 Taxes: 31.4 Investment and Other Income: 7.6 Use of Fund Balances: 28.9 TOTAL DISTRICT REVENUE: $648.3 FY18 Total Expense: (shown in million $) Operating Budget: $200.1 CIRP: 339.1 Debt Service: 109.1 TOTAL DISTRICT EXPENSES: $648.3  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. The Board of Trustees received all of the required documents on March 9, 2017. 8 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Operating Budget Policies Performance Against Policy 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. “Changes in Fund Balance” pages are included in this book to demonstrate compliance with this policy. Whenever approved by The Board, the Executive Director may transfer any unencumbered appropriation balances or portions from one classification of expenditure to another. The District complies with this policy. 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. The District complies with this policy. 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. The District’s accounting system has controls to ensure compliance with the budget. Managers receive daily reports that show financial performance against budget. Monthly reports comparing actual revenues and expenditures are prepared for Senior Management and highlights of these reports are presented quarterly to the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees. 9 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Revenue Policies Performance Against Policy The District will seek to maintain a diversified and stable revenue system to minimize short-run fluctuations in any one revenue source. User Charge Fees are the District’s primary source of funding for wastewater operations. While some of these fees are also used for capital improvements, the District also uses revenue bonds to finance a large portion of the CIRP. The District will follow an aggressive policy of collecting revenues. The District uses a multi-layered approach to collecting past due accounts. It employs a series of automated reminder calls to accounts that are 25 days delinquent. Accounts that remain delinquent then progress to being placed with collection agencies, second placement agencies and eventually law firms for collection. 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 is required to submit rate change proposals to a Rate Commission. During this rate setting process, the District’s rate consultant performed a detailed cost of service analysis using industry standard principles endorsed by the Water Environment Federation which allows the District to demonstrate that rates have been set at a level to recover the full cost, without excess, of providing service. 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 District reviews fee revenue annually as part of the budget process to ensure it is adequate to meet the District’s balanced budget requirement. Investment Policies Performance Against Policy The District will maximize the return on all cash available for investment without sacrifice of safety or necessary liquidity. The District complies with this policy. 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. The Secretary-Treasurer reports monthly to the Finance Committee of The Board on the performance and make-up of the investment portfolio. 10 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Debt Policies Performance Against Policy 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. In the previous budget year, the District participated in the Series 2016A and 2016B SRF Direct Loan Program with the State of Missouri and issued Series 2016C Revenue Bonds. The Board approved these debt issuances with Ordinances 14571, 14572 and 14567, respectively. 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 complies with this policy. 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’s use of revenue bonds during FY2017 was consistent with use of debt outlined in the Rate Change Report accepted by The Board on October 8, 2015. The proceeds from these bonds were used solely for capital improvements, where the assets gained have a useful life greater than the weighted average maturity of the debt. 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. The District’s use of revenue bonds in FY2017 for capital improvement projects will be serviced with pledged revenues from sanitary sewer user charges. 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. The District’s issuance of revenue bonds in FY2017 were authorized by voters at a special election held on June 5, 2012. 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. The District has no outstanding general obligation bonds. Any general obligation bonds issued under the District charter shall mature over a period not exceeding 20 years from the date contracted, while revenue bond maturities may extend to 30 years. The District has no outstanding general obligation bonds. 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 principle amount of the outstanding indebtedness to be refunded and the accrued interest to the date of such refunding bonds. The District did not issue refunding bonds in FY2017. 11 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Debt Policies (continued) Performance Against Policy 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. The District did not utilize short-term borrowing in FY2017. 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. The District did not utilize short-term borrowing in FY2017. 12 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Reserve Policies Performance Against Policy 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. Operating Reserves for: FY2016 – Actual – 244 days FY2017 – Projected – 157 days 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. Please refer to the “Changes in Fund Balance” tables for these funds in the Debt Service & Special Funds section of this book. The District will maintain a Wastewater Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund with a minimum balance of $1 million dollars. Please refer to the “Changes in Fund Balance” tables for these funds in the Debt Service & Special Funds section of this book. The District will maintain a General Insurance Fund with a minimum balance of $500,000 dollars. Please refer to the “Changes in Fund Balance” tables for these funds in the Debt Service & Special Funds section of this book. Funds will be reserved to comply with the terms and conditions of the debt instruments used to finance capital improvement projects. The Master Bond Document contains a 45-day reserve requirement. Operating reserves for: FY2016 – Actual – 244 days FY2017 – Projected – 157 days 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. The District maintains separate funds to account for each of the taxing subdistricts it manages. 13 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Capital Improvement and Replacement Policies Performance Against Policy 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 of Trustees received the five-year CIRP on March 9, 2017. This plan is updated annually and is consistent with The District’s long-term plan for wastewater and stormwater projects. 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 complies with this policy. 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. The District complies with this policy. Financial and Accounting Policies Performance Against Policy 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. Rubin Brown LLP issued their Independent Auditors’ Report for the financial statements as of and for the years ended June 30, 2016 and 2015 on October 17, 2016. Financial reports will be submitted to The Board and District Staff. The District complies with this policy. District financial information will be available through monthly financial statements, the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and Annual Budget. The District prepares monthly financial statements and publishes quarterly statements on its website. The CAFR and the Annual Budget are also available on the District’s website. The District will produce annual financial reports in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as outlined by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB). The District’s CAFR is prepared in accordance with GAAP as outlined by the GASB. 14 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. The District uses both Governmental Funds and Proprietary Funds. The District uses a Modified Accrual method of budgeting, and both Modified Accrual and Accrual bases of accounting. In the table below, each fund type and group is identified. The purpose of the fund is stated, and the Budgeting Basis and Accounting Basis is also reported for each fund group. Modified Accrual Accounting or Budgeting recognizes revenues when they are both available and measurable.  Most expenditures are recognized when an obligation to pay is established, except in the case of interest on long‐term debt.  That interest expense is recognized when it is due.   Full Accrual Accounting is very similar to Modified Accrual Accounting.  Under Full Accrual revenues are recognized when earned, and expenditures are recognized when an obligation to pay is established.   However, the major ways in which Modified Accrual is different than Full Accrual is the recognition of Capital expenditures.  Under the Modified Accrual method, Capital expenditures are recognized when the entity has an obligation to pay.  Under the Full Accrual method, Capital expenditures are recognized over the life of the asset. 15 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Fund Type/Fund Title Purpose Budgeting Basis Accounting Basis GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS 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. Modified Accrual Modified Accrual 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. Modified Accrual Modified Accrual Operations, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Funds 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. Effective in Fiscal Year 2017, tax levies for all OMCI subdistricts were suspended. Remaining fund balances will be used for maintenance and operation of facilities in the respective subdistricts until balances are depleted. Modified Accrual Modified Accrual 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. Modified Accrual Modified Accrual 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. Modified Accrual Modified Accrual 16 BUDGET & FINANCIAL POLICIES (continued) Fund Type/Fund Title Purpose Budgeting Basis Accounting Basis GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS (continued) 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. Modified Accrual Modified Accrual PROPRIETARY FUNDS Enterprise Funds Account for operations financed and operated in a manner similar to the private sector. The District utilizes these funds to convert the accounting records from a modified accrual to an accrual basis. The District performs this conversion so that it may produce financial statements as a single enterprise fund. These funds are not budgeted. Accrual 17 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. 18 Strategic Business and Operating Plan The Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 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 2018 goals may appear similar to the original set of goals, the underlying refinements and changes in these goals are significant. The FY 2018 SBOP is easily understood, the goals and resulting strategies are actionable, and the impact of the strategies is measurable. Additionally, the FY 2018 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 2018 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. 19 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. 20 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 2018 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 2018 and beyond, as we strive to protect the public’s health, safety and water environment by responsibly providing wastewater and stormwater management. Achieving these objectives is the responsibility of various departments within the District. 21 ExecutiveGeneral Human InformationSecretaryStrategyObjDescriptionEngineering Director Finance Counsel Resources Systems Operations Treasurer Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2019 2020 2021 20221Educate 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. Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting business Process improvements2.Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process Improvements3.Implement Fleet Management Business Process Improvements4.Implement Information Governance Program That Meets the District's Records & Information Discovery, Compliance and Information Security Policies5.Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)6. 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02.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 Indicates Department Lead for ObjectiveDEPARTMENTS IMPACTEDSTRATEGIC BUSINESS AND OPERATING PLANFISCAL YEARS 2018 - 2022 OBJECTIVESFY18Years of AdditionalMilestones Start Finish22 Accomplishments Executive General Human Information SecretaryObjectivesStrategyObjDescriptionEngineering Director Finance Counsel Resources Systems Operations TreasurerCompleted*1Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1. Execute Outreach ProgramsYes2.Execute Outreach Programs for Elected Representatives and Other Municipal OfficialsYes3. Execute Diversity and Outreach ProgramsYes2Manage 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 NeedsYes3Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Use Key Performance Indicators annuallyYes2.Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting Business Process ImprovementNo3. 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 PoliciesNo6. Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)No7. Implement Customer Service Business Process ImprovementsNo41.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 ProgramYes2. Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramYes3. Implement Asset Management Program Yes4. Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management PlanNo5. Implement a Land Utilization PlanYes6. Enhance Reliability of Information Technology InfrastructureYes 61. Increase Organizational Performance through Improved CommunicationNo2. Improve Organizational Effectiveness through Leadership DevelopmentYes3.Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and TrainingNo* as of 6/30/16-Objective is considered completed if more than 50% of the milestones were met. STRATEGIC BUSINESS AND OPERATING PLANFY16 Objectives and Accomplishments DEPARTMENTS INVOLVEDPromote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementAddress Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability23 CategorySubjectFY14 PerformanceFY15 PerformanceFY16 GoalFY16 PerfomanceFY17 GoalCustomer ServiceOverall Quality of Service8.38.6> 8 out of 108.1> 8 out of 10Emergency 4-Hour Response Rate 90.0% 87.5% >=90% 81% >=90%Mission Treatment Plant Compliance Rate100.0%99.99%100.0%99.99%100.0%Sewer Overflows-Dry Weather 15/Month 18/Month <160/yr 199 <160/yrMaintenance Related Backups 29/Month 24/Month <35/Month 356 424 Construction Schedule Compliance 81% 81% > 75%78%> 75%Financial Operating Budget Performance 1.1% under budget 2.0% under budget 1.5% under budget 5.1% under budget 1.5% under budgetConstruction Budget Performance 88.0% 89.0% >95% 93.0% >95%Organizational EffectivenessNon-Capital Competitive Purchasing 96.5%97%>95%95%>95%METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTPERFORMANCE SCORECARDAs of June 30, 201624 BUDGET PROCESS FY18 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 FY18 STRATEGIC BUSINESS PLAN STRATEGY OBJECTIVE Provide full implementation of services funded through stormwater revenues. 2 3 Reduce FY 2017 wastewater operating expense forecasts to offset wastewater user charge shortfall. Discretionary spending should be decreased from the FY 2017 forecast to accomplish this reduction. 2 2 Stormwater services and non-discretionary operating expenses will be increased per planned service level and negotiated salary increases. All other operating expenses, including incrementals, must be held at FY 2017 budget levels. In other words, business cases for incremental expenses (not including stormwater service level increases) must be offset with base budget reductions. 2 2 No acceleration of Consent Decree projects funded with pay-go cash. Acceleration of bonded projects only allowed after review by senior management. 2 3 Meet requirements of Disparity Study, Community Benefits Agreement and overall Diversity Program. 1 3 Department Directors and Managers begin budget development by providing an updated expenditure forecast for the remainder of FY17. A two step, zero-based budgeting method is used to develop the FY18 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. 25 BUDGET PROCESS FY18-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.  FY18 Total Revenue: (shown in million $) Wastewater User Charges: $360.4 Stormwater User Charges: 0.0 Revenue Bonds: 220.0 Taxes: 31.4 Investment and Other Income: 7.6 Use of Fund Balances: 28.9 TOTAL DISTRICT REVENUE: $648.3 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.  FY18 Total Expense: (shown in million $) Operating Budget: $200.1 CIRP: 339.1 Debt Service: 109.1 TOTAL DISTRICT EXPENSES: $648.3 26 7/1/172/28/174/04/1711/7/1612/22/162/10/17MSD Calendar for Fiscal Year 2018 Budget DevelopmentPresentation of Proposed Budget and CIRP to Finance CommitteeIntroduce Budget , Tax, and Rate OrdinancesAdopt Budget and Tax OrdinanceBegin Fiscal Year 2018Hold 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 FY18 Budget Packets and Provide TrainingBudget Analysis by Director of Finance and Budget Office Completed6/8/173/09/174/20/175/11/175/11/17Submit preliminary Budget, Budget Message and Appropriation Ordinance to the Board of Trustees27 $s in millionsTaxes $31.4 5%User Charges$360.4 56%Capital Improvement &Replacement Program$339.1 52%Operating $200.1 31%Sources and Uses of FundingDebt Service$109.1 17%TOTAL FY18 BUDGET $648.3Revenue Bonds$220.0 34%Use of Fund Balance$28.9 4%Where does the money come from?Where does the money go?Investment and Other Income$7.6 1%28 FY18 SOURCES OF FUNDING USER CHARGES The District has a Wastewater User Charge which is recorded in the Wastewater 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, 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 FY18 is estimated at $359.0 million. Other User Charges: Other User Charge revenue such as Late Fees, Lien Interest, Refunds and Account Adjustments are estimated to be $1.4 million. This amount is net of a provision for doubtful accounts, or past-due customer bills that might go uncollected. TOTAL WASTEWATER USER CHARGE REVENUE: The District’s total FY18 User Charge revenue is estimated to be $360.4 million. The District provides an assistance program to customers who meet the eligibility requirements of income, age or disability. Those customers who are eligible will receive a 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. 29 FY18 SOURCES OF FUNDING-continued REVENUE BONDS The District plans to receive approximately $220.0 million in bond and loan proceeds in FY18 to be used for capital improvement projects. These proceeds are expected to be derived from Senior Revenue bonds with a par value of $175.0 million providing approximately $195.0 million in proceeds including premiums of $20.0 million. The remaining $25.0 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 FY18 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. With the exception of taxpayers living in certain levy districts, all taxpayers within the District will also be assessed a $0.10 (ten cents) per $100 of assessed valuation tax levy to pay for the District’s non-regulatory stormwater costs. This tax revenue of approximately $31.4 million is recorded in the Stormwater Regulatory Fund ($5,210,757) and the Districtwide Stormwater Fund ($26,167,409) of the District. 30 FY18 SOURCES OF FUNDING-continued Other property tax rates were suspended within the District’s boundaries beginning in FY17. All subdistrict taxes previously 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 are collected. INVESTMENT INCOME & OTHER FEES Investment Income and Other Fees will fund $7.6 million of the Budget. Investment Income of approximately $3.0 million is anticipated. Connection fees are expected to generate $1.2 million 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 $100 thousand. Permit, Plan Review and other engineering fees are projected to be $1.8 million. Miscellaneous Income of approximately $1.3 million is expected, comprised mostly of $1.0 million court awarded court costs and attorney fees. Reimbursement of District Costs makes up the remainder of the Miscellaneous Income. Finally, $200 thousand is expected to be generated from the sale of scrap. GRANT INCOME No grant income is anticipated during the 2018 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 $28.9 million during FY18. 31 Sources of FundingFY18($s in millions)Operating Debt ServiceCapital Improvement & Replacement Program TOTALWastewater User Charges (1) $194.2 $107.9 $58.3 $360.4Stormwater User Charges $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0Revenue Bonds $0.0 $0.0 $220.0 $220.0Taxes $25.8 $0.0 $5.6 $31.4Investment Income & Other (2) $3.7 $0.4 $3.5 $7.6Anticipated Grants $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0Fund Balances($23.6)$0.8 $51.7 $28.9(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.TOTAL$200.1$109.1$339.1$648.332 ResidentialNon-ResidentialWastewater User ChargesFY18This 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 $359,039,025Total Accounts 419,674RevenueAccountsResidentialNon-Residential$256,725,08071%$102,313,94529%396,68195%22,9935%33 FY18 MSD FLOW OF USER CHARGE FUNDS MSD has 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 services are paid for with ad valorem taxes instead of a user charge. Wastewater User Charges are recorded in the Wastewater Revenue Fund. The details of the Wastewater revenue can be found in the revenue section of this document. The entire balance of this fund is transferred each month to other function-specific funds. 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 FY18 BUDGET. The pages immediately following the table show the projects currently planned for that fund. 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 FY18 BUDGET. The proposed budget for the Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund, the General Insurance Fund, and the Wastewater 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 FY18 BUDGET. Please refer to the following chart that graphically depicts the MSD flow of funds. 34 Wastewater Revenue Fund$359,039,025GENERAL FUND$186,259,675$58,000,000SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND$250,000WASTEWATER EMERGENCY FUND$6,600,000WATER BACK-UP INSUR. & REIMB. FUNDMSD Flow of User Charges FY18$0GENERAL INSURANCE FUND$107,929,350DEBT SERVICE FUND35 FY18 MONTHLY USER CHARGE STRUCTUREWASTEWATER USER CHARGE RATES (Monthly)FY20FY19FY18FY17FY16Unmetered: Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge $26.35 $23.83$21.52$19.46 $18.25 Per Room 2.89 2.612.352.12 2.09 Per Water Closet 10.72 9.708.767.92 7.83 Per Bath 8.93 8.087.306.60 6.53 Per Separate Shower 8.93 8.087.306.60 6.53Metered--Residential and Non-Residential: Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge $26.35 $23.83$21.52$19.46 $18.25 Volume Charge - $/100 Cubic Ft. 4.87 4.403.973.59 3.21Metered--Non-Residential: Compliance Charge Tier 1 $3.14 $3.05$2.95$2.86 $2.15 Compliance Charge Tier 2 62.61 60.8958.9457.20 44.50 Compliance Charge Tier 3 137.75 133.96129.67125.84 94.80 Compliance Charge Tier 4 203.49 197.91191.56185.90 139.00 Compliance Charge Tier 5 266.10 258.79250.50243.10 183.15 Extra Strength Surcharge - $/Ton: Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l* $283.87 $277.03$269.07$262.00 $251.88 BOD over 300 mg/l 708.56 691.50671.63654.00 632.38 COD over 600 mg/l 354.30 345.76335.82327.00 316.19*mg/l: milligrams per literSTORMWATER USER CHARGE RATES (Monthly)** Per Single Family or Commercial Account/Per Month:$0.00 $0.00$0.00$0.00 $0.24Source: Memphis Light, Gas and Water 2016 Utility Bill Comparisons Report Per Unit of Multi-unit Residential Account/Per Month:Note: In FY18, St. Louis MSD Single Family bill for 10 Ccf's will be $61.22.$0.00 $0.00$0.00$0.00 $0.18**This revenue source was eliminated when voters approved a 10 cent Districtwide stormwater tax in April 2016Monthly 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 interest paymentson 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$74.57$67.87$57.08$56.15$50.35$44.54$44.22$35.03$33.97$16.96$0.00$15.00$30.00$45.00$60.00$75.00AustinBostonJacksonvilleDetroitSt. LouisLouisvilleColumbusSpringfield MOSan AntonioMemphis36 FY20FY19FY18FY17FY16WASTEWATER USER CHARGE RATES (Annual)Unmetered: Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge $316.20 $285.96$258.24$233.52 $219.00Percent of Per Room 34.68 31.3228.2025.44 25.08Total User Per Water Closet 128.64 116.40105.1295.04 93.96 CustomerUser ChargeCharges Per Bath107.16 96.9687.6079.20 78.36 Per Separate Shower107.16 96.9687.6079.20 78.36InBev Anheuser-Busch $5,428,513 1.80%Metered--Residential and Non-Residential:City of St. Louis$1,961,069 0.65% Billing, Collection & System Availability Charge$316.20 $285.96$258.24$233.52 $219.00Washington University $1,613,905 0.54%Volume Charge - $ per 100 Cubic Feet4.87 4.403.973.59 3.21Bridgeton Landfill LLC $1,597,732 0.53%Metered--Non-Residential: Compliance Charge Tier 1$37.68 $36.60$35.40$34.32 $25.80Sigma-Aldrich$1,149,118 0.38% Compliance Charge Tier 2751.32 730.68707.28686.40 534.00 Compliance Charge Tier 31,653.00 1,607.521,556.041,510.08 1,137.60Mallinckrodt$756,8260.25% Compliance Charge Tier 42,441.88 2,374.922,298.722,230.80 1,668.00 Compliance Charge Tier 53,193.20 3,105.483,006.002,917.20 2,197.80Jost Real Estate$736,7280.24% Extra Strength Surcharge-$/Ton:Saint Louis Zoo$736,3660.24% Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l*$3,406.44 $3,324.36$3,228.84$3,144.00 $3,022.56 BOD over 300 mg/l8,502.72 8,298.008,059.567,848.00 7,588.56Sensient Colors Inc$729,5840.24% COD over 600 mg/l4,251.60 4,149.124,029.843,924.00 3,794.28* ml/g: milligrams per literBJC$725,9480.24%STORMWATER SERVICE CHARGE (Annual)$15,435,7895.13% Per Single Family/Commercial Account $0.00 $0.00$0.00$0.00 $2.64 Total User Charges FY16 $300,803,084 Per Unit of Multi-Unit Residential Account 0.00/unit 0.00/unit0.00/unit0.00/unit 1.98/unit Ten Largest Customers' User Charges For the Year Ended June 30, 2016MSD ANNUAL USER CHARGE STRUCTURE37 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT Projected User Charge Revenue FY18 BUDGET COMPOSITE Projected Revenue WASTEWATER USER CHARGE Metered Single Family $159,625,458 Unmetered Single Family 38,128,475 Metered Multi-Family 36,625,647 Unmetered Multi-Family 20,996,248 Non-residential 95,708,868 Extra Strength Surcharges 6,605,077 Customer Assistance Program 1,349,252 Subtotal WASTEWATER USER CHARGE $359,039,025 GENERAL FUND USER CHARGES Bad Debt Provision ($2,460,000) Adjustments, Late Charges & Other 3,844,900 $1,384,900 USER CHARGE REVENUE $360,423,925 38 Operating 31%Debt Service17%CIRP52%Total Expenditures FY18Operating $200.1 Debt Service 109.1Capital Improvement &Replacement Program (CIRP) 339.1TOTAL$648.3($s in millions)Note: Operations includes: General Fund, Water Backup Insurance & Reimbursement Fund and Stormwater Operation & Maintenance of OMCI funds. 39  1000 ‐ General Funds  2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds  4000 ‐ Special Funds  5000 ‐ OMCI Funds  6000 ‐ Construction Funds  Grand Total T1010 ‐ Board of Trustees6,100$                 ‐$                     ‐$                     ‐$                     ‐$                     6,100$                 T1100 ‐ Secretary Treasurer Department1,893,635           ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        1,893,635           T1410 ‐ Rate Commission594,304               ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        594,304               T2020 ‐ Civil Service Commission10,000                 ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        10,000                 T2500 ‐ Human Resources Department10,286,917         ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        10,286,917         T3000 ‐ Executive Director Department1,916,950           ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        1,916,950           T4000 ‐ Finance Department20,300,675         ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        20,300,675         T4500 ‐ Information Systems Department 13,963,301         ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        13,963,301         T5500 ‐ General Counsel Department2,601,943           ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        2,601,943           T6000 ‐ Operations Department112,280,592       ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        112,280,592       T8000 ‐ Engineering Department26,063,223         ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        ‐                        26,063,223         SW100 ‐ Stormwater O&M(26,459,703)        ‐                        50,000                 18,909,703         7,500,000           ‐                       00102 ‐ Property Insurance‐                        ‐                        2,198,200           ‐                        ‐                        2,198,200           00103 ‐ General Liability Insurance‐                        ‐                        1,800,800           ‐                        ‐                        1,800,800           00104 ‐ Worker's Compensation‐                        ‐                        1,826,500           ‐                        ‐                        1,826,500           00105 ‐ Water Backup‐                        ‐                        3,801,300           ‐                        ‐                        3,801,300           00202 ‐ Interest Expense35,900                 107,929,350       ‐                        ‐                        1,180,000           109,145,250       00205 ‐ Tax Fees‐                        ‐                        ‐                        470,672               ‐                        470,672               Grand Total163,493,836$     107,929,350$     9,676,800$         19,380,376$       8,680,000$         309,160,362$     Appropriations by Department and Fund40 Voter Authorized AmountDate of AuthorizationSeriesBond AmountBond DateRemaining Authorization$ 500,000,000February-2004 2004A $ 175,000,0001May-2004$ 325,000,0002004B 161,280,000 2May-2004163,720,000 2005A6,800,000 2May-2005156,920,000 2006A 42,715,000 2May-2006114,205,000 2006B 14,205,000 2November-2006100,000,000 2006C 60,000,000 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$ 245,000,0002009A 23,000,000 2October-2009222,000,000 2010A7,980,700 2January-2010214,019,300 2010B 85,000,000 3January-2010129,019,300 2010C 37,000,000 2December-201092,019,300 2011A 39,769,300 2November-201152,250,000 2011B 52,250,000 3December-2011- $ 945,000,000June-2012 2012A $ 225,000,0003August-2012$ 720,000,0002013A 52,000,000 2October-2013668,000,000 2013B 150,000,000 3December-2013518,000,000 2015A 75,000,000 2August-2015443,000,000 2015B 223,855,000 4December-2015293,000,000 2016A 20,000,000 2December-2016273,000,000 2016B 75,500,000 2December-2016197,500,000 2016C 150,000,000 3December-201647,500,000 2017A 25,000,000 5November-201722,500,000 2017B 22,500,000 6November-2017- $ 900,000,000April-2016 2017B 152,500,000 6November-2017$ 747,500,000Notes: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.5 Proposed State Revolving Loans Program debt. 6 Proposed Wastewater System Senior Revenue Bonds. These bonds are expected to total $175 million, but they have been split for presentation purposes to show how they draw down the two different authorizations. Only the $150 million counts against the District's authorization. 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↓ 4 Wastewater System Senior Revenue Bonds 2006C and 2008A were refunded by 2015B. 2015B Also included new money of $150 million. 41 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 Ratio4.97x 3.37x 3.33x 3.34x 3.26x 2.32x 1.90x 2.57x 2.07x 2.05x 0.00x1.00x2.00x3.00x4.00x5.00x6.00x2012 2013 2014 2015 2016Senior Debt Service Coverage RatioRequired Senior Debt Service Coverage RatioTotal Debt Service Coverage RatioRequired Total Debt Service Coverage Ratio42 Personnel Services$110.2 M55%Supplies$16.5 M8%Utilities$17.5 M9%Contractual Services$50.7 M25%Capital Outlay$5.2 M3%District-Wide Operating Expense by Natural Account GroupFY18Total Expenses $200.1M43 Budgeted INCREASE/DEPARTMENTFY15FY16FY17FY18(DECREASE)EXPLANATIONSecretary - Treasurer 7 7 880 Position count remains the same as previous year Executive Director 5 6 7158 Transferred in 9 positions from Human Resources as a result of the Diversity Division realocation and removed 1 position from Public Affairs for internal communicationsGeneral Counsel 7 8 880 Position count remains the same as previous year Human Resources 32 32 3223(9) Transferred out 9 positions to Executive Director as a result of the Diversity Division reallocationFinance 68 67 6665(1) Removed Central Services Coordinator positionInformation Systems 43 42 43441 Added an Assistant Director positionEngineering 235 235 2382380 Position count remains the same as previous yearOperations 595603617610(7)Removed 14 positions from flow monitoring. Added 4 positions for increased stormwater services and 3 Treatment Plant OperatorsTotal Available Positions992100010191,011(8) Total positions reducedALLOCATED POSITIONS Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFiscal Year 201890092595097510001025FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18Allocated Positions History0100200300400500FY18 Allocated Positions by Category44 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20ActualActualBudgetForecastBudgetBudgetBudgetFUND BALANCE B.O.P.$415,229,923 $242,325,544 $276,834,842 $294,494,637 $319,223,562 $290,384,163 $235,436,347Revenues:Revenue Bonds0 339,205,963 242,531,269 263,178,054 220,000,000 275,000,000 282,000,000Stormwater O&M Interfund Revenue14,383,900 17,036,162 - - - - -Wastewater User Charge280,860,953 300,578,332 339,454,887 326,792,089 360,423,925 396,669,208 435,988,696Stormwater User Charge1,409,239 1,438,586 -(5,853) - - -Taxes24,764,324 25,671,058 30,678,019 30,500,024 31,378,166 31,378,166 31,378,166Interest on Investments3,292,349 5,430,661 2,733,824 2,470,031 3,018,873 3,042,907 2,706,746Connection and Other Fees6,656,831 3,620,240 2,977,008 3,650,482 3,002,000 3,002,000 3,002,000Proceeds from Sale of Property390,173 1,068,172120,000266,884200,000 200,000200,000Rental Income37,309102,86565,496103,505100,000 100,000100,000Miscellaneous1,459,581 14,969,121 1,218,000 1,398,374 1,310,000 1,310,000 1,310,000Total Revenues 333,254,659 709,116,135 619,778,503 628,353,590 619,432,963 710,702,280 756,685,607Expenditures:Personnel Services96,832,265 99,187,122 105,702,283 99,589,235 110,147,101 114,055,950 117,780,716Supplies17,596,765 16,193,449 18,451,161 16,810,944 16,469,050 17,214,348 17,181,566Utilities16,500,052 16,624,606 17,209,362 17,017,624 17,511,700 17,730,982 17,996,197Contractual Services48,811,930 52,984,079 50,060,183 55,056,492 50,720,959 53,613,140 54,003,223Capital Outlay4,215,838 4,910,177 5,128,700 5,331,825 5,166,301 5,499,630 5,046,377Construction and Engineering245,951,935 278,008,557 378,480,000 318,410,477 339,112,000 427,655,000 420,761,000Principal Payments20,268,080 38,565,916 40,867,900 38,059,873 45,149,800 55,211,700 62,025,800Interest Payments39,892,483 41,861,042 52,514,940 49,115,273 59,233,450 68,599,416 78,812,172Agency and Other Debt Expense1,705,790 91,575,932 5,426,956 4,232,922 4,762,000 6,069,930 6,135,910Interfund Labor Transfers14,383,900 17,036,162 - - - - -Total Expenditures 506,159,038 656,947,041 673,841,485 603,624,665 648,272,361 765,650,096 779,742,961Net Operating Income (Loss) (172,904,379) 52,169,093 (54,062,982) 24,728,925 (28,839,398) (54,947,816) (23,057,354)Interfund Transfers - - - - - - -Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(172,904,379) 52,169,093 (54,062,982) 24,728,924 (28,839,398) (54,947,816) (23,057,354)Percentage of Change-42%22%-20%8%-9%-19%-10%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$242,325,544 $294,494,637 $222,771,860 $319,223,562 $290,384,164 $235,436,347 $212,378,993METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN TOTAL FUND BALANCECONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE45 FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$20,075,407$0 $61,129,163 $142,916,647 $66,843,073 $28,259,272 $319,223,562Revenue Bonds - - - 220,000,000 - - 220,000,000Wastewater User Charge1,384,900 359,039,025 - - - - 360,423,925Taxes - - 31,378,166 - - - 31,378,166Interest on Investments229,317 - 468,722 1,705,568 438,534 176,731 3,018,872Connection and Other Fees1,785,000 - - - - 1,217,000 3,002,000Proceeds from Sale of Property200,000 - - - - - 200,000Rental Income100,000 - - - - - 100,000Miscellaneous1,310,000 - - - - - 1,310,000Total Revenues 5,009,217 359,039,025 31,846,888 221,705,568 438,534 1,393,731 619,432,963Personnel Services109,477,101 - - - - 670,000 110,147,101Supplies16,469,050 - - - - - 16,469,050Utilities17,511,700 - - - - - 17,511,700Contractual Services41,293,487 - 470,672 - - 8,956,800 50,720,959Capital Outlay5,166,301 - - - - - 5,166,301Construction and Engineering17,805,000 - 14,273,000 304,034,000 - 3,000,000 339,112,000Principal Payments34,000 - - - 45,115,800 - 45,149,800Interest Payments1,900 - - - 59,231,550 - 59,233,450Agency and Other Debt Expense - - - 1,180,000 3,582,000 - 4,762,000Interfund Labor Transfers(26,459,703) - 18,909,703 7,500,000 - 50,000 - Total Expenditures 181,298,836 - 33,653,376 312,714,000 107,929,350 12,676,800 648,272,361Net Operating Income (Loss) (176,289,619) 359,039,025 (1,806,487) (91,008,432) (107,490,816) (11,283,069) (28,839,398)Interfund Transfers186,259,675 (359,039,025) - 58,000,000 107,929,350 6,850,000 - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.9,970,056 - (1,806,487) (33,008,432) 438,534 (4,433,069) (28,839,398)Percentage of Change50% - -3%-23%1%-16%-9%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$30,045,463$0 $59,322,676 $109,908,215 $67,281,607 $23,826,203 $290,384,164METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGE IN FUND BALANCEFOR FY18 BUDGETGENERAL FUND REVENUE FUNDSOPER. MAINT. & CONST. IMPR FUNDSCONSTRUCTION FUNDSDEBT SERVICE FUNDSSPECIAL FUNDS TOTAL46  $‐ $100,000 $200,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000 $600,000 $700,000 $800,000 $900,000Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.TaxesRevenue BondsStormwater User ChargesWastewater User ChargesCONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCERevenue Trends($s in thousands)This analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18  and projected for FY19 and FY20.  A Rate Commission Report, approved by the Board of Trustees, established a four year Wastewater User Charge rate with annual increases from FY17 through FY20.  The Wastewater Rate ordinance can be found in the "Ordinances" section 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 revenue growth rate of approximately 9% from FY15 to FY20.  A system of flat charges  previously used to generate some stormwater revenue were eliminated and replaced with a new property tax in FY17.  The net impact is an increase in stormwater funding of approximately $5 million.In June 2012, the voters approved the authorization of $945 million in bonds.  Mid‐way through FY17, the District has issued $897.5 million in bonds against this authorization.  Planned issuances in FY18 will exhaust this authorization and will fund  a portion of the scheduled projects as part of the multi‐decade Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP).   Additionaly planned issuances in FY18 though FY20 will start to use the District's $900 million authorization approved by voters in April 2016.Interest, fees, and miscellaneous includes interest on investments, connection and other fees.  Fund balance is considered a revenue source for budget purposes in those years where the fund balance declines.   In FY18, FY19 and FY20, fund balances are being used to pay for District expenses.  47 General Fund10%Debt Funds23%Special Funds8%Construction Funds38%OMCI Funds21%Total Fund Balances FY18General Fund $30.0Revenue Funds 0.0 Debt Service 67.3Special Funds 23.9Construction Funds 109.9OMCI Funds 59.3TOTAL$290.4($s in millions)Note: Revenue funds are not included in graph since fund balance is $0.0048 DepartmentExpense Type General FundImprovement FundSanitary Replacement FundStormwater Regulatory FundDistrictwide Stormwater FundStormwater Operations and Maintenance FundOMCI Funds Total TOTALOperations Department Stormwater Labor(3,882,028)$      ‐$                  ‐$                  ‐$                  2,024,956$       1,857,073$      ‐$                  ‐$                   Operations Department Stormwater Equipment(1,879,096)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    932,316            946,779           ‐                    ‐                    Operations Department Stormwater Supplies(1,245,071)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    684,559            560,512           ‐                    ‐                    Operations Department Stormwater Overhead(4,187,156)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    2,184,117        2,003,039       ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department Stormwater Labor(2,879,007)         ‐                    ‐                    2,341,148       537,860            ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department Stormwater Overhead(2,344,865)         ‐                    ‐                    1,906,794       438,071            ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department SW CIRP Interfund Labor(2,442,480)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    1,200,000        250,000           992,480           ‐                    Engineering Department WW CIRP Interfund Labor(7,600,000)        50,000             7,500,000        ‐                    ‐                     ‐                    50,000             ‐                    Total Interfund Labor(26,459,703)$   50,000$            7,500,000$      4,247,942$      8,001,879$       5,617,403$      1,042,480$      ‐$                   Metropolitan Saint Louis Sewer DistrictFY18 Labor Transfer Summary49 DepartmentExpense Type General FundImprovement FundSanitary Replacement FundStormwater Regulatory FundDistrictwide Stormwater FundStormwater Operations and Maintenance FundOMCI Funds Total TOTALOperations Department Stormwater Labor(4,037,310)$      ‐$                  ‐$                  ‐$                  2,105,954$       1,931,356$      ‐$                  ‐$                   Operations Department Stormwater Equipment(1,954,260)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    969,609            984,650           ‐                    ‐                    Operations Department Stormwater Supplies(1,294,874)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    711,941            582,932           ‐                    ‐                    Operations Department Stormwater Overhead(4,354,642)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    2,271,482        2,083,160       ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department Stormwater Labor(2,936,587)         ‐                    ‐                    2,387,970       548,617            ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department Stormwater Overhead(2,391,762)         ‐                    ‐                    1,944,930       446,832            ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department SW CIRP Interfund Labor(1,919,039)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    1,200,000        250,000           469,039           ‐                    Engineering Department WW CIRP Interfund Labor(9,075,000)        50,000             9,000,000        ‐                    ‐                     ‐                    25,000             ‐                    Total Interfund Labor(27,963,474)$   50,000$            9,000,000$      4,332,901$      8,254,435$       5,832,099$      494,039$         ‐$                   Metropolitan Saint Louis Sewer DistrictFY19 Labor Transfer Summary50 DepartmentExpense Type General FundImprovement FundSanitary Replacement FundStormwater Regulatory FundDistrictwide Stormwater FundStormwater Operations and Maintenance FundOMCI Funds Total TOTALOperations Department Stormwater Labor(4,198,802)$      ‐$                  ‐$                  ‐$                  2,190,192$       2,008,610$      ‐$                  ‐$                   Operations Department Stormwater Equipment(2,032,430)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    1,008,393        1,024,037       ‐                    ‐                    Operations Department Stormwater Supplies(1,346,669)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    740,419            606,250           ‐                    ‐                    Operations Department Stormwater Overhead(4,528,828)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    2,362,341        2,166,487       ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department Stormwater Labor(2,995,319)         ‐                    ‐                    2,435,730       559,589            ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department Stormwater Overhead(2,439,597)         ‐                    ‐                    1,983,829       455,769            ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    Engineering Department SW CIRP Interfund Labor(1,845,368)         ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    1,400,000        250,000           195,368           ‐                    Engineering Department WW CIRP Interfund Labor(10,051,783)      50,000             10,000,000      ‐                    ‐                     ‐                    1,783               ‐                    Total Interfund Labor(29,438,796)$   50,000$            10,000,000$    4,419,559$      8,716,704$       6,055,383$      197,151$         ‐$                   Metropolitan Saint Louis Sewer DistrictFY20 Labor Transfer Summary51 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTInterfund Transfer Activity by fund for FY18($s in thousands)This table should be read with a focus on the rows.  Positive numbers represent a transfer into the fund listed in the row and out of the fund listed in the column.1101 ‐ General Fund2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds3306 ‐ Wastewater Revenue Fund4104 ‐ Water Backup Fund4122 ‐ Wastewater Emergency Fund6660 ‐ Sanitary Replacement FundNet Transfer In / (Out)1101 ‐ General Fund‐                     ‐                    186,260           ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    186,260           2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds‐                    ‐                    107,929           ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    107,929           3306 ‐ Wastewater Revenue Fund(186,260)         (107,929)         ‐                    (6,600)              (250)                 (58,000)            (359,039)         4104 ‐ Water Backup Fund‐                    ‐                    6,600               ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    6,600               4122 ‐ Wastewater Emergency Fund‐                    ‐                    250                   ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    250                   6660 ‐ Sanitary Replacement Fund‐                    ‐                    58,000             ‐                    ‐                    ‐                    58,000             Net Transfer In / (Out)(186,260)         (107,929)         359,039           (6,600)              (250)                 (58,000)            ‐                    This page provides detail of fund transfers allowing the user of this book to better understand which fund is the source and which fund is the recipient of a fund transfer.  This information is presented in a summary fashion in multiple places throughout the book.52 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTInterfund Transfer Activity by fund for FY19($s in thousands)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.1101 ‐ General Fund2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds3306 ‐ Wastewater Revenue Fund4104 ‐ Water Backup Fund4105 ‐ General Insurance Fund4122 ‐ Wastewater Emergency Fund6660 ‐ Sanitary Replacement FundNet Transfer In / (Out)1101 ‐ General Fund‐                    ‐                   171,140            ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   171,140            2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds‐                   ‐                   128,576           ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   128,576            3306 ‐ Wastewater Revenue Fund(171,140)         (128,576)         ‐                   (4,000)              (6,250)              (250)                 (85,000)           (395,216)           4104 ‐ Water Backup Fund‐                   ‐                   4,000               ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   4,000                 4105 ‐ General Insurance Fund‐                   ‐                   6,250               ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   6,250                 4122 ‐ Wastewater Emergency Fund‐                   ‐                   250                  ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   250                    6660 ‐ Sanitary Replacement Fund‐                   ‐                   85,000             ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   85,000               Net Transfer In / (Out)(171,140)         (128,576)         395,216           (4,000)              (6,250)              (250)                 (85,000)           ‐                     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 throughout the book.53 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTInterfund Transfer Activity by fund for FY20($s in thousands)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.1101 ‐ General Fund2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds3306 ‐ Wastewater Revenue Fund4104 ‐ Water Backup Fund4105 ‐ General Insurance Fund4122 ‐ Wastewater Emergency Fund6660 ‐ Sanitary Replacement FundNet Transfer In / (Out)1101 ‐ General Fund‐                    ‐                   183,107            ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   183,107           2000 ‐ Principal and Interest Funds‐                   ‐                   145,607           ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   145,607           3306 ‐ Wastewater Revenue Fund(183,107)         (145,607)         ‐                   (4,000)              (6,500)              (250)                 (95,000)           (434,464)         4104 ‐ Water Backup Fund‐                   ‐                   4,000               ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   4,000               4105 ‐ General Insurance Fund‐                   ‐                   6,500               ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   6,500               4122 ‐ Wastewater Emergency Fund‐                   ‐                   250                  ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   250                  6660 ‐ Sanitary Replacement Fund‐                   ‐                   95,000             ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   ‐                   95,000             Net Transfer In / (Out)(183,107)         (145,607)         434,464           (4,000)              (6,500)              (250)                 (95,000)           ‐                   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 throughout the book.54 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT FISCAL YEAR 2018 LIST OF FUNDS* Fund No. Fund Name Fund No. Fund Name 1101 2804 2808 2810 2812 2816 2817 2818 2819 2820 2821 2822 2823 2824 2825 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 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 Principal and Interest Fund 2015A Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2015B Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2016A Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2016B Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2016C Proposed Principal and Interest Bond 1 Revenue Funds Wastewater Revenue Stormwater Revenue Special Funds Improvement Water Back-up Insurance & Reimbursement General Insurance Fund Wastewater Emergency Fund Stormwater Emergency Fund 5110 5120 5130 5401 5563 5564 5565 5566 5569 5571 5574 5576 5579 5580 5583 5584 5587 5589 5590 5591 5592 5593 5594 6660 6700 Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement Funds District Wide Stormwater Fund Districtwide Stormwater Fund Stormwater Operations and Maintenance Fund Bond Place Special Taxing Subdistrict Clayton-Central Coldwater Creek Creve Coeur-Frontenac Deer Creek Fountain Creek Gravois Creek Loretta-Joplin Maline Creek North Affton North Kinloch Sugar Creek University City Watkins 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 Sanitary Replacement Stormwater Replacement The District uses modified accrual basis of budgeting for each fund. 55 FY18 BUDGETFUND BASIS GAAP BASISSTATEMENT OF STATEMENT OFOPERATIONSADJUSTMENTSOPERATIONSADJUSTMENT EXPLANATION Operating Revenues:Sewer service charges 362,883,925$ -$ 362,883,925$ Recovery of (provision for) doubtful sewer service charge (2,460,000) - (2,460,000) Licenses, permits, and other fees 3,002,000 - 3,002,000 Other 1,310,000 - 1,310,000 Total operating revenues 364,735,925 - 364,735,925 Operating Expenses:Pumping and treatment 64,939,059 (970,500) 63,968,559 Capital outlayCollection system maintenance 52,838,964 (4,098,301) 48,740,663 Capital outlayEngineering 20,565,792 (7,637,856) 12,927,935 Capital laborGeneral and administrative 57,869,997 (3,125,339) 54,744,658 Capital labor overheadWater backup claims 3,801,300 - 3,801,300 Depreciation - 83,983,749 83,983,749 Depreciation ExpenseAsset Management15,565,000 398,126 15,963,126 Labor allocated from Engineering Total operating expenses 215,580,112 68,549,879 284,129,991 Operating Income 149,155,813 (68,549,879) 80,605,933 Non-operating Revenues:Property taxes levied by the District 31,378,166 - 31,378,166 Investment income 3,018,873 (794,795) 2,224,078 Capital interest revenueRent and other income 100,000 - 100,000 Total non-operating revenues 34,497,039 (794,795) 33,702,244 Non-operating Expenses:Net gain on disposal and sale of capital assets(200,000) 1,392,686 1,192,686 Asset disposals with remaining book valueNon-recurring projects and studies 7,065,000 1,449,522 8,514,522 Labor allocated from EngineeringInterest expense 63,995,450 (13,614,548) 50,380,902 Capital interest expense and loan amortizations Total non-operating expenses 70,860,450 (10,772,341) 60,088,109 Income before Capital Contributions 112,792,401 (58,572,334) 54,220,068 Capital Contributions:Utility plant contributed - 11,271,085 11,271,085 Contributed assetsGrant revenue - 932,824 932,824 Grant revenue Total capital contributions - 12,203,909 12,203,909 Change in Net Position 112,792,401$ (46,368,425)$ 66,423,977$ Balance Sheet Adjustments:Revenue Bonds220,000,000$ (220,000,000)$ -$ Recorded as an asset on the Balance SheetPrinciple Payments(45,149,800) 45,149,800 - Reduces the liability on the Balance SheetConstruction in Progress(316,482,000) 316,482,000 - Recorded as an asset on the Balance Sheet Net Operating Income (Loss)(28,839,399)$ 95,263,375$ 66,423,977$ Note:  All capital and asset related items are recorded on the Balance Sheet for GAAP StatementsFY18 Fund Basis vs. GAAP Basis Statement of Operations ($s in thousands)56 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET57 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.58 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 with 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. 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. 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 District creates a project based on this conceptual solution, and the project may then be incorporated into the CIRP based on priority. 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. 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 based on incomplete information, but are intended to be within thirty percent of the design engineer’s final estimates. The final design of a project is performed by either the District’s Engineering Department staff or by an engineering consultant hired via a qualifications based selection process. 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 30 days, followed by a formal public bid opening. Bids are evaluated to determine the lowest responsive, responsible bidder. A construction contract is then awarded to the lowest responsible, responsive 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, the Districtwide Stormwater Fund, or from various OMCI Funds. The CIRP for the FY18 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 FY18 Budget Supplement. 59 Wastewater Construction$240.5 M71%Wastewater Engineering $58.3 M17%Continued Wastewater$30.4 M9%Continued Stormwater$1.2 M0%Stormwater Construction$8.6 M3%Stormwater Engineering$0.1 M0%Other$9.9 M3%Capital Improvement and Replacement ProgramFY18Total $339.1 M60 TYPE OF PROJECTNUMBER OF PROJECTSPROJECT COST CONSTRUCTIONWastewater Engineering 80 $ 58,274,000 Wastewater Construction 70 240,503,000 Stormwater Engineering 1 100,000 Stormwater Construction13 8,595,000 TOTAL:164$ 307,472,000 CONTINUEDWastewater Continued 7 $ 30,441,000 Stormwater Continued2 1,199,000 TOTAL:9$ 31,640,000 TOTAL CIRP:173$ 339,112,000 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY - FY18METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT61 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSROXBURY I/I REDUCTION1,600 1,239$ -$ -$ 143 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)1,300 1,006 - - 87 GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION 1,675 1,297 - - 114 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II 7,900 6,116 - - 98 FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR) 2,093 1,620 - - 109 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I 7,900 6,116 - - 96 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF 11,849 9,173 - - ContinuedCSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161) 3,700 2,865 - - 93 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) 10,000 7,742 - - 95 STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVAL3,900 3,019 - - 145 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01, WC-02, & WC-03) 3,000 2,323 - - 149 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION1,600 1,239 - - 143 PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEF1,100 852 - - ContinuedHARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK) 9,330 7,223 - - 118 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAIN1,000 774 - - ContinuedCAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) 17,000 13,161 - - ContinuedUPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B6,000 4,645 - - 150 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)1,300 1,006 - - 87 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR)3,920 3,035 - - 148 DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD)505 391 - - 99 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A- - 6,500,000 (2,600) 100 Budget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2018CIRP Impact on Operating Costs62 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactBudget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2018CIRP Impact on Operating CostsWASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS-ContinuedLEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A- - 1,835,000 (734) 130 APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE) - - 930,000 (372) 81 BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR) 3,340 2,586 - - 1 COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWER1,750 1,355 - - 91 GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION 1,675 1,297 - - 114 UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) 90 70 - - 147 HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) 260 201 - - 119 KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD) 900 697 - - 127 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II 7,900 6,116 - - 98 NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF 1,100 852 - - 137 JAGUAR TO CAROLINE LOW PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM (LPSS) 140 108 - - ContinuedCOLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT 2,900 2,245 - - 90 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKS ROAD TO RIVER VALLEY) 3,070 2,377 - - 85 Total Wastewater Construction Projects119,797 92,747$ 9,265,000$ (3,706)$ 63 Cost/Foot(0.30)0.7742$0.00040PROJECT DESCRIPTIONFeet Pipe Added Cost ImpactProject Budget for I/I Removal Cost ImpactBudget Supplement Page NumberCIRP PROJECTS WITH IMPACT ON OPERATING COSTSFISCAL YEAR 2018CIRP Impact on Operating CostsSTORMWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSBIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE I1,750 1,355$ - -$ 187 CHARLANE & HILLCHESTER STORM SEWER900 697 - - 188 LINDEN #1064 STORM SEWER1,200 929 - - 195 STONINGTON - GEORGIAN ACRES STORM SEWER1,135 879 - - ContinuedAVIGNON CT & BEAUCAIRE DR STORM SEWER (WARSON WOODS 3 - 04 05 09) 831 643 - - 186 ALTHEA - ASTER STORM SEWER1,090 844 - - ContinuedJETT DRIVE #10129 STORM SEWER325 252 - - 194 EDGEHILL DRIVE #1021 - 1029 STORM SEWER576 446 - - 192 DOANE DRIVE #1719 STORM SEWER510 395 - - 190 MARKDALE DR. #8571 AND 8575 STORM SEWER118 91 - - 196 ROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWER2,304 1,784 - - 197 Total Stormwater Construction Projects10,739 8,314$ -$ -$ TOTAL 130,536 $ 101,061 $9,265,000 $ (3,706)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 FY18 Budget Supplement located in the appendix. 64 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. Seventy (70) projects are to be funded at a total estimated cost of $240,503,000. The District’s revenue source for construction of the majority of these projects is obtained from both the Sanitary Replacement Fund and the General Fund, which receive 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 and Special Funds. 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. 65 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)1101 - General FundCSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREVarious$5,000,000 94INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018)Various$2,500,000 124GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$60,000 110GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$60,000 111GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT CVarious$60,000 112GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT DVarious$60,000 113$7,740,000 64102 - Improvement FundINFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2018)Various$3,000,000 121$3,000,000 15566 - Deer Creek OMCI FundROXBURY I/I REDUCTIONClayton$700,000 143CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)Various$470,000 87GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTIONGlendale$1,032,000 114DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIVarious$30,000 98$2,232,000 45591 - Meramec River Basin Subd #449 OMCI FundLOWER MERAMEC PUMP STATIONS FLOOD MITIGATIONVarious$277,000 132GRAND GLAIZE WWTF FLOOD PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTSValley Park$200,000 117FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTSFenton$1,370,000 107FENTON WWTF HEADWORKS GATE IMPROVEMENTSFenton$300,000 106$2,147,000 46660 - Sanitary Replacement FundFF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR)Maryland Heights$6,590,000 109DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IBrentwood$4,000,000 96CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161)Various$5,370,000 93PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSIONVarious$1,000,000 140DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551)Unincorporated$3,800,000 95MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)St. Louis City$29,000,000 134STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALUnincorporated$400,000 145UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01, WC-02, & WC-03)Various$1,880,000 149ROXBURY I/I REDUCTIONClayton$517,000 142JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)Unincorporated$26,100,000 126PROJECT LISTING FY18Subtotal: Number of Projects 6 1WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 4Subtotal: Number of Projects 466 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTING FY18WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS6660 - Sanitary Replacement Fund - ContinuedDEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)Various$50,000,000 101LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELVarious$1,000,000 133HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK)St. Louis City$6,500,000 118UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION BFerguson$7,000,000 150PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAMVarious$500,000 139CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)Various$340,000 86UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR)Various$3,400,000 148HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER Ladue$550,000 120KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD Kirkwood$400,000 128FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD)Des Peres$250,000 105DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD)Ladue$600,000 99INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018)Various$6,000,000 125INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT ASt. Louis City and County$2,500,000 122INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT BSt. Louis City and County$2,500,000 123DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$6,500,000 100LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$1,835,000 130APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE)Bella Villa$930,000 81BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429) REPLACEMENTSunset Hills$500,000 82BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773) REPLACEMENTWildwood$500,000 84COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWEROlivette$1,100,000 91CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD)St. Louis County$215,000 92GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTIONGlendale$2,305,000 115ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739) REPLACEMENTMaryland Heights$550,000 144UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD)Unincorporated$260,000 147HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270)Unincorporated$705,000 119KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD)Various$1,361,000 127LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733) REPLACEMENTChesterfield$650,000 129RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELVarious$3,000,000 141FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774) REPLACEMENTChesterfield$550,000 104DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIVarious$17,000,000 97MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATIONSt. Louis City$2,000,000 135GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRSValley Park$3,321,000 116COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENTUnincorporated$5,500,000 89EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2018)Various$2,100,000 102NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEFSt. Louis City$1,630,000 137LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE IUnincorporated$480,000 13167 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTING FY18WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS6660 - Sanitary Replacement Fund - ContinuedMISSOURI RIVER WWTF FERRIC CHLORIDE STORAGE AND FEED FACILITYMaryland Heights$1,000,000 136CITY LAKES STORAGE MODIFICATIONS FOR CSO CONTROLSt. Louis City$625,000 88ODELL 6942 - 44 FLOOD MITIGATIONSt. Louis City$200,000 138FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTSFenton$1,530,000 108SULPHUR YARD - VACTOR TRUCK DISPOSAL BUILDINGSt. Louis City$750,000 146ENGELHOLM RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ENGELHOLM AVENUE AND ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD)Pagedale$2,000,000 103BRANCH FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATION REHABILITATIONSt. Louis City$500,000 83COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENTUnincorporated$2,090,000 90CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKS ROAD TO RIVER VALLEY)Maryland Heights$3,500,000 85$225,384,000 55$240,503,000 70(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixNote: Projects funded in stormwater fund (5566) have split funding with fund 6660 because they have both wastewater and stormwater componentsSubtotal: Number of Projects 55TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 7068 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 (80) wastewater engineering projects are planned at a total estimated cost of $58,274,000. 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 located in the appendix. The District’s revenue source for the majority of these projects is obtained from the Sanitary Replacement Fund and the General Fund. 69 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)1101 - General FundSTREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)St. Louis City and County$605,000 69LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$500,000 52BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various$650,000 5LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$650,000 47RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various$750,000 65CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)Various$2,500,000 12STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017)Various$270,000 70RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)Various$140,000 64CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2017)Various$1,500,000 18FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017)Various$2,500,000 28$10,065,000 106660 - Sanitary Replacement FundFF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR)Unincorporated$600,000 27GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE)Various$50,000 41NEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION (P-323) IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated$500,000 60NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated$400,000 61MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWERUnincorporated$310,000 59LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$320,000 51BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED Various$1,150,000 4LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$390,000 46CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESVarious$7,360,000 16CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESVarious$3,500,000 14WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATIONBrentwood$500,000 79MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)St. Louis City$470,000 56JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)Unincorporated$410,000 44DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)Various$1,000,000 23FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE)Various$800,000 26LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELVarious$1,800,000 53GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016)Various$250,000 29UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION BFerguson$200,000 76LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES)St. Louis City$520,000 50CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSVarious$7,500,000 15BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERSLadue$890,000 7BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT CVarious$88,000 3BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AVarious$81,000 2DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AVarious$70,000 22PROJECT LISTING FY18WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 1070 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTING FY18WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS6660 - Sanitary Replacement Fund - ContinuedBELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR)Bellefontaine Neighbors$322,000 1BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD)Brentwood$260,000 8BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR)Unincorporated$480,000 9CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR)Crestwood$260,000 10CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE)Bel-Ridge$300,000 11CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64)Town and Country$457,000 17CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD)Brentwood$175,000 19DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATIONUniversity City$230,000 20EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD)Various$65,000 24PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLM AVENUE)Pagedale$450,000 62ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR)Kirkwood$55,000 25STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST)Frontenac$90,000 68TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY)Unincorporated$110,000 71THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD)Ferguson$50,000 72TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD)Ladue$320,000 73TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN)Ballwin$129,000 74UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD)Ladue$175,000 75GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIG BEND RD)Ballwin$20,000 40WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD AND BIG BEND WOODS DR)Manchester$20,000 78YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141)Unincorporated$25,000 80LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07)Olivette$820,000 49MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE)Brentwood$420,000 57MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD)Kirkwood$40,000 58GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$50,000 32GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$50,000 33GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT CVarious$50,000 34GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$400,000 30GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$50,000 35GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$50,000 36GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT CVarious$50,000 37GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT DVarious$50,000 38GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT EVarious$50,000 39UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELUniversity City$700,000 77RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELVarious$3,800,000 66DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIVarious$300,000 21LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTSSt. Louis City$260,000 4571 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTING FY18WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS6660 - Sanitary Replacement Fund - ContinuedLOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated$500,000 54GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD)Unincorporated$65,000 42MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND Shrewsbury$70,000 55ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE)Unincorporated$59,000 67BISSELL POINT WWTF REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A)St. Louis City$2,450,000 6CITYSHED MITIGATION PROGRAM DESIGN (CONTRACT A)St. Louis City$3,483,000 13PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A)Various$575,000 63LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICEUnincorporated$155,000 48HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATIONSunset Hills$160,000 43GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$400,000 31$48,209,000 70$58,274,000 80(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixTOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 80Subtotal: Number of Projects 7072 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 thirteen (13) projects planned at a total estimated cost of $8,595,000. The District’s revenue sources to plan and construct these projects are from the Districtwide Stormwater Fund or from the property tax revenue in various Operation, Maintenance, Construction and Improvement (OMCI) Funds currently established throughout the District. 73 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)5120 - Districtwide Stormwater FundHUDSON RD. #1401 - #1405 BANK STABILIZATION (MCDW-120)Ferguson$500,000 193BIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE IWebster Groves$860,000 187COTTAGE #206 STORM IMPROVEMENTSWebster Groves$400,000 189STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - DISTRICTWIDE (2018)Various$2,500,000 198EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR STORMWATER PROJECTS (2018)Various$1,000,000 191$5,260,000 55566 - Deer Creek OMCI FundCHARLANE & HILLCHESTER STORM SEWERRock Hill$240,000 188LINDEN #1064 STORM SEWERRichmond Heights$1,300,000 195AVIGNON CT & BEAUCAIRE DR STORM SEWER (WARSON WOODS 3 - 04 05 09)Warson Woods$425,000 186$1,965,000 35576 - Maline Creek OMCI FundJETT DRIVE #10129 STORM SEWERDellwood$170,000 194EDGEHILL DRIVE #1021 - 1029 STORM SEWERFerguson$160,000 192DOANE DRIVE #1719 STORM SEWERDellwood$130,000 190MARKDALE DR. #8571 AND 8575 STORM SEWERSt. John$80,000 196$540,000 45583 - Sugar Creek OMCI FundROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWERKirkwood$830,000 197$830,000 1$8,595,000 13(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixPROJECT LISTING FY18STORMWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 5TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 13Subtotal: Number of Projects 3Subtotal: Number of Projects 4Subtotal: Number of Projects 174 STORMWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS There is one (1) stormwater engineering project planned at a total estimated cost of $100,000. 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 located in the appendix. 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. 75 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)5110 - Stormwater Regulatory FundGENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - WATER QUALITY GENERAL SUPPORT (2017)Various$100,000 185$100,000 1$100,000 1(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixTOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 1PROJECT LISTING FY18STORMWATER ENGINEERIING PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 176 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 seven (7) projects that were identified in previous budget supplements that are either in the Construction or Land Acquisition phase. These projects have a total estimated cost of $30,441,000. The District’s revenues to construct these projects are from the Sanitary Replacement Fund. 77 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE6660 - Sanitary Replacement FundFF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEFMaryland Heights$12,300,000 PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEFUnincorporated$441,000 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAINChesterfield$6,000,000 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52)Maryland Heights$6,600,000 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT)University City$3,700,000 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF POWER FEEDER REPLACEMENTMaryland Heights$750,000 JAGUAR TO CAROLINE LOW PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM (LPSS)Maplewood$650,000 $30,441,000 7PROJECT LISTING FY18WASTEWATER CONTINUED PROJECTSTOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 778 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 two (2) projects that were identified in previous budget supplements that are in the construction phase. These projects have a total estimated cost of $1,199,000. The District’s revenues to construct these projects are from the appropriate Operation, Maintenance, Construction, and Improvement (OMCI) Funds. 79 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATE5565 - Creve Coeur Frontenac OMCI FundSTONINGTON - GEORGIAN ACRES STORM SEWERFrontenac$370,000 $370,000 15571 - Gravois Creek OMCI FundALTHEA - ASTER STORM SEWERUnincorporated$829,000 $829,000 1$1,199,000 2TOTAL: NUMBER OF PROJECTS 2PROJECT LISTING FY18STORMWATER CONTINUED PROJECTSSubtotal: Number of Projects 1Subtotal: Number of Projects 180 MSD CIRP Proposed Funding Timeline Through June 30, 2020 WASTEWATER Represents a rate increase STORMWATER Wastewater Projects $329.2M Wastewater Projects $271.5M FY17 FY18 Wastewater Projects $291.4M FY19 FY16 7/16 Stormwater Projects $5.5M Stormwater Projects $27.0M Stormwater Projects $9.9M 7/157/17 7/18 Issue Additional Bonds $339.2 Issue Additional Bonds $263.2M FY20 Issue Additional Bonds $220.0M 7/19 Wastewater Projects $404.0M Stormwater Projects $13.9M Issue Additional Bonds $275.0M Wastewater Projects $385.9M Issue Additional Bonds $282.0M Stormwater Projects $11.0M 81 Total Total TotalProgram/Year2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2003 2019 2003Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual Forecast Budget -2018 -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 $262.9 $288.6 $310.6$2,274.5 $3,439.8 $5,714.3Treatment 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 7.1 7.3 18.6816.0 305.1 1,121.1Stormwater 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 6.1 22.5 9.9153.3 45.7 199.0Other0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.6 0.0 10.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.013.9 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 $277.6 $318.4 $339.1 $3,257.8 $3,790.6 $7,048.4Capital Improvement and Replacement Needs in this table represent amounts appropriated by the Board of TrusteesTreatment Plant Improvements for 2018-2027 includes $113 M in anticipated Regulatory work that may or may not be requiredMulti-Decade Capital Improvement and Replacement Needs Fiscal Year 2003 to Fiscal Year 2027($s in millions)82 PROJECT NUMBERPROJECT NAME BUDGET ACTUAL VARIANCE 10005 LAVEN - DEL LN. #1322-1323 STORM SEWER316,677 306,775 9,902 10025 MALINE III 90080,90080A,90080B12,876,717 12,779,661 97,055 10121 TAYLOR - FILLMORE - HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF 4,769,826 4,449,982 319,844 10163 MCKELVEY PROJECT A AND B SANITARY RELIEF 4,654,390 4,267,829 386,561 10604 FOREST BROOK LN. #151 SANITARY SEWER (INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR) 257,760 257,760 - 10710 MISSOURI RIVER WWTP SECONDARY TREATMENT EXPANSION AND DISINFECTION FACILITIES 112,771,216 111,975,207 796,009 10775 TIEMANN & NONIE AVE. SANITARY SEWER REPLACEMENT 434,043 371,564 62,479 10782 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III SECTION C 3,888,707 3,375,180 513,527 10787 VALLEY PARK/GRAND GLAIZE DIVERSION & PUMP STATION 907,055 890,258 16,797 10789 VERWOOD DR. #12690 STORM SEWER (INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR) 120,551 120,551 - 10793 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANIT5,165,000 3,960,491 1,204,509 10804 2009224: P-28728 & P-28944 BIDDLE PUMP STATION ELIMINATION 1,700,000 1,500,000 200,000 10841 ARROW DRIVE #9192 STORM CHANNEL REPAIR (INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR) 218,500 212,557 5,943 10871 MOULE DRIVE #290 STORM SEWER (INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR) 43,500 33,291 10,210 11023 TREGARON PL. TO COUNTRY ESTATES STORM IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 4-3A) 110,000 110,000 - 11068 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (FY2011) B 6,100,000 5,997,282 102,718 11071 ORCHARD LAKES DR 1537 SANITARY SEWER (IR) 392,962 293,194 99,768 11079 FAIRLIGHT AND BRIGHTLING SEWER SEPARATION 92,242 72,052 20,190 11105 MANDA LANE #8901 STORM SEWER84,900 67,888 17,012 11123 LEMAY PUMP STATION NO. 1 REDUNDANT FORCE MAIN 27,213,612 25,610,518 1,603,095 11170 BREEZERIDGE AND FAWNRIDGE STORM SEWER 220,741 169,661 51,080 11211 BROOKTRAIL CT. STORM SEWER100,575 77,230 23,345 11214 DICKSON STREET #1033 STORM SEWER169,158 166,935 2,223 11228 ALGONQUIN WOOD DR. #12 STORM SEWER180,045 168,943 11,102 11243 CHELSEA AND IDLEWILD STORM SEWER259,302 231,414 27,888 11649 LEMAY WWTP SECONDARY IMPROVEMENTS18,792,768 17,713,807 1,078,961 11651 LYNKIRK STUDY AREA I/I REDUCTION395,950 358,899 37,051 11705 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2016)3,942,664 2,472,524 1,470,140 11722 CEDARCREST SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-561) I/I REDUCTION3,282,166 2,350,503 931,663 11771 SAN IR 2013 2009106A3,092,073 3,048,628 43,444 11772 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2014)5,038,119 4,965,661 72,458 11773 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (SANITARY/COMBINED - FY2015)5,051,427 4,912,974 138,454 11793 CC-14 CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-026) PHASE II257,000 244,366 12,634 11815 BISSELL SERVICE AREA PUMP STATION POWER SUPPLY IMPROVEMENTS2,250,910 2,240,949 9,962 11822 PUMP STATIONS SCADA IMPROVEMENTS385,950 352,718 33,232 11831 CREVE COEUR CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION3,415,570 2,945,351 470,219 11842 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - DEER CREEK OMCI200,229 156,670 43,559 PROJECT LISTINGCAPITALIZED BY ACCOUNTINGFY1683 PROJECT NUMBERPROJECT NAME BUDGET ACTUAL VARIANCE 11843 IR GRAVOIS OMCI343,896 185,312 158,584 11956 BISSELL PUMP STATION (BP 105) SLUICE GATE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT1,785,263 1,784,334 928 12067 DIAMOND DRIVE #9839 SANITARY SEWER (IR)125,589 125,589 - 12068 SPANISH LAKE COUNTY PARK SANITARY SEWER (IR)105,462 105,462 - 12069 HAWKINS FUCHS RD 5748 SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT (SEP)88,637 88,637 - 12370 S GEYER ROAD #505 SANITARY SEWER (IR)74,040 74,040 - 12422 WIELAND DR 5516 - 5529 SANITARY REPLACEMENT (IR)144,459 143,009 1,450 12450 PERSHING AVE 5637 INTERCEPTOR / DIVERSION REMOVAL (IR)62,211 62,211 - 12452 IR WATKINS OMCI360,000 20,000 340,000 12456 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT – SEMINARY BRANCH OMCI100,000 13,850 86,150 12458 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - MALINE CREEK OMCI407,341 34,700 372,641 12459 ALAMO AVENUE #6347 COMBINED SEWER (IR)126,676 126,676 - 12474 HOFFMAN AVE 6801 COMBINED SEWER (IR)106,930 106,930 - 12613 EMERGENCY REPAIR #048 (MALINE CREEK W OF BELLEFONTAINE RD)306,500 213,895 92,605 12620 WILSHIRE 1110 SANITARY SEWER RELOCATION (IR)46,229 46,229 - 12621 EMERGENCY REPAIR #049 (CAULKS FM 2000 FEET W OF HOWARD BEND STATION RD)300,000 275,583 24,418 12624 FINANCIAL BUDGETING AND REPORTING PLATFORM UPGRADE556,545 553,128 3,417 12631 BLUEBERRY LN 8100 SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT (SEP)35,954 35,954 - 12632 ZOE DR 8212 SANITARY SEWER (IR)185,000 159,821 25,179 12667 KENNEBEC RD 1297 AND LOS PADRES CT 14641 STORM SEWER REPAIR (IR)102,897 102,897 - NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 57 234,515,933 223,487,528 11,028,405 4.7%*Projects are capitalized when construction and inspection is substantially complete.57                             **Infrastructure Repair projects are comprised of various sub‐projects throughout the District.  Each sub‐project is capitalized individually when it is substantially complete.    A typicall Infrastructure Repair project will eventually spend the entire budget.84 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET85 GENERALFUNDA fund established by administrative action to finance the ordinary operations of theDistrict. It is used to account for all revenues and activities not provided for in anyother fund.86  $(10,000) $‐ $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000GENERAL FUND ‐FUND 1101Revenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.Stormwater Interfund RevenueTaxesThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18 and projected for FY19 and FY20.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.  An accounting change taking affect in FY17 eliminated this source of revenue. Ad valorem taxes are based on current property assessed valuations provided by the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County.  Beginning in FY17, tax revenues are no longer recorded in the General Fund.  Interest, fees and miscellaneous income will decrease significantly from FY15 to FY17 due to a short‐term increase in hauled waste revenue that ended in FY15 and a flood insurance recovery in FY16. 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 FY19 as recommended by the District’s Rate Commission and approved by the Board of Trustees.  That inflow to the General Fund is planned to increase from a forecast of $150.9 million in FY17 to $186.3 million in FY18.  The increase is mostly the result of a $33.9 million projected increase in sewer service charges.  Fund Balance declines in FY17 due to a shortfall in sewer service charges relative to budget related to water usage data.  FY19 are also expected to see fund balance degradation.  Therefore, the use of fund balance is considered a revenue for presentation purposes and to balance the budget.  87 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20ActualActualBudget Forecast BudgetBudgetBudgetFUND BALANCE B.O.P.$25,362,179 $32,447,135 $57,084,058 $38,818,150 $20,075,407 $30,045,463 $18,733,924 Revenues:Stormwater O&M Interfund Revenue14,383,900 17,036,162 - - - - -Wastewater User Charge1,305,071 (224,751) 1,035,996 1,635,967 1,384,900 1,453,700 1,524,500Taxes16,058,037 16,718,095 5,126,245 (26,695) - - -Interest on Investments87,325 369,34757,036 231,280 229,317 233,904 238,582Connection and Other Fees4,946,663 2,280,956 1,939,008 2,000,946 1,785,000 1,785,000 1,785,000Proceeds from Sale of Property390,173 1,068,172 120,000 266,884 200,000 200,000 200,000Rental Income37,309 102,86565,496 103,505 100,000 100,000 100,000Miscellaneous1,336,149 3,874,046 1,218,000 1,160,336 1,310,000 1,310,000 1,310,000Total Revenues 38,544,627 41,224,892 9,561,780 5,372,222 5,009,217 5,082,604 5,158,082Expenditures:Personnel Services96,125,833 98,191,951 105,027,283 99,140,677 109,477,101 113,385,950 117,090,216Supplies17,596,765 15,548,396 18,451,161 16,810,944 16,469,050 17,214,348 17,181,566Utilities16,500,052 16,376,971 17,209,362 17,017,624 17,511,700 17,730,982 17,996,197Contractual Services41,143,349 39,166,192 41,506,107 42,009,019 41,293,487 44,185,668 44,296,051Capital Outlay4,215,838 4,858,059 5,128,700 5,331,825 5,166,301 5,499,630 5,046,377Construction and Engineering18,857,907 34,906,642 17,048,000 18,050,677 17,805,000 17,445,000 15,290,000Principal Payments15,88032,35933,200 33,17334,00034,90016,200Interest Payments2,0813,5632,7002,7491,9001,100200Interfund Labor Transfers - -(28,972,481) (23,239,880) (26,459,703) (27,963,474) (29,438,796)Total Expenditures 194,457,705 209,084,133 175,434,032 175,156,807 181,298,836 187,534,104 187,478,011Net Operating Income (Loss) (155,913,078) (167,859,241) (165,872,251) (169,784,585) (176,289,619) (182,451,501) (182,319,929)Interfund Transfers 162,998,034 174,230,256 153,245,644 151,041,842 186,259,675 171,139,962 183,106,714Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal. 7,084,956 6,371,015 (12,626,607) (18,742,743) 9,970,056 (11,311,539) 786,785Percentage of Change28%20%-22%-48%50%-38%4%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$32,447,135 $38,818,150 $44,457,451 $20,075,407 $30,045,463 $18,733,924 $19,520,709 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCE1101 - General Fund88 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)St. Louis City and County $605,000 69LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$500,000 52BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$650,000 5LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$650,000 47CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREVarious$5,000,000 94RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$750,000 65CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)Various$2,500,000 12STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017)Various$270,000 70RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)Various$140,000 64INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018)Various$2,500,000 124GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$60,000 110GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$60,000 111GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT CVarious$60,000 112GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT DVarious$60,000 113CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2017)Various$1,500,000 18FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017)Various$2,500,000 28NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 16FUND TOTAL:$17,805,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix16PROJECT LISTINGGENERAL FUND - 1101FY1889 Personnel Services$109.5 M57.7%Supplies$16.5 M8.7%Utilities$17.5 M9.2%Contractual Services$41.3 M21.7%Capital Outlay$5.2 M2.7%General Fund BudgetOperating Expenses by Natural Account GroupFY18Total Expenses $189.9 M90 FY18 SIGNIFICANT BUDGET CHANGES GENERAL FUND Personnel Services – 51000 Natural Account Group Personnel Services increased $4.4 million or 4% from the FY2017 Budget. This increase reflects a $2.6 million increase in Pension contributions. Group Insurance increased $1.0 million due to rising insurance claims. Wages and FICA increased a total of $0.6 million including a 3.15% increase for existing employees, and a reduction in staff of 8. All other Personnel Services expenses increased a net amount of $0.2 million. Supplies – 52000 Natural Account Group Supplies decreased $2.0 million or 11% from the prior year. Decreases in Computer Supplies and Computer Equipment-Non-capital totaling $0.7 million, Chemical Supplies of $0.4 million and Machinery & Equipment Parts of $0.4 million account for most of the change. Instrument Supplies also increased by $0.2 million. All other Supply expenses decreased a net of $0.3 million. Utilities – 53000 Natural Account Group Utilities are anticipated to increase $0.3 million or 2% from the FY2017 Budget. Electric Usage is planned to increase $0.4 million or 3% associated with a 6% rate hike by Ameren and offsetting efficiencies at the treatment plants. Water Usage is expected to increase $0.1 million, also. Natural Gas Usage and Telephone Usage are expected to decline a total of $0.2 million. Contractual Services – 54000 Natural Account Group Contracted Services are anticipated to decrease slightly by $0.2 million or less than 1% from the FY2017 Budget. Contributing most to this decline is a reduction in Collection Services expenses of $0.6 million due to a new contract and lower than anticipated collections. Building Repairs & Services along with Waste Hauling are declining by $0.4 million and $0.2 million respectively. Offsetting these decreases is Professional Services which are higher by $0.7 million and Advertising Services which are up $0.2 million. Both of those increases are related mostly to the Stormwater Rate Case planned for FY18. All other Contractual Services expenses increased a net of $0.3 million. Capital Outlay – 55000 Natural Account Group Capital Outlay increased $38 thousand or 1% from prior year. Stormwater related incremental expenses of $1.0 million for a CCTV Truck and a heated garage represent the majority of increases in this category. Reductions in spending for other Motor Vehicles and Computer Equipment of $0.7 million and $0.3 million, respectively, offset the Stormwater incremental expenses. 91 T1010 - Board of Trustees$3,000$0$0 $3,100$0 $6,100 0%T1410 - Rate Commission08000 593,5040 594,304 0%T1100 - Secretary Treasurer Department860,635 13,3000 1,012,2007,500 1,893,635 1%T2020 - Civil Service Commission5,000005,0000 10,000 0%T3000 - Executive Director Department1,741,111 55,010 10,184 1,597,6060 3,403,911 2%T5500 - General Counsel Department1,131,100 70,851500 1,399,4920 2,601,943 1%T2500 - Human Resources Department7,466,946 42,1505,400 1,285,4600 8,799,956 5%T4000 - Finance Department5,023,697 91,609 263,480 14,921,8900 20,300,675 11%T4500 - Information Systems Department8,771,366 198,756 790,896 4,112,284 90,000 13,963,301 8%T8000 - Engineering Department24,626,382 518,453 54,512 827,876 36,000 26,063,223 14%T6000 - Operations Department59,847,865 15,478,121 16,386,728 15,535,076 5,032,801 112,280,592 62%Construction & Engineering$0$0$0$0$0 $17,805,000 10%Interfund Labor Transfers00000-26,459,703 -15%Tax Commission Fee0000000%Other *0000035,900 0%TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET$109,477,101 $16,469,050 $17,511,700 $41,293,487 $5,166,301 $181,298,836 100%105%* Includes Inventory, Principal and Interest PaidCapital Outlay Budget FY18Percent of TotalTOTAL GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET $109,477,101 $16,469,050 $17,511,700 $41,293,487 $5,166,301 $189,917,640Personnel Services Supplies UtilitiesContractual ServicesMETROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTGeneral Fund Budgetby Natural Account Group FY1892 T1010 - Board of Trustees$3,000$0$0 $3,100$0 $6,100 0%T1410 - Rate Commission0000000%T1100 - Secretary Treasurer Department755,174 15,7000 1,024,6947,500 1,803,068 1%T2020 - Civil Service Commission5,000005,0000 10,000 0%T3000 - Executive Director Department906,496 61,8853,470 961,6570 1,933,508 1%T5500 - General Counsel Department1,077,709 96,451500 1,377,7190 2,552,379 1%T2500 - Human Resources Department8,273,155 49,975 11,984 1,964,7190 10,299,833 6%T4000 - Finance Department5,086,294 96,404 270,480 15,080,1990 20,533,378 12%T4500 - Information Systems Department8,220,228 466,549 765,471 3,931,902 389,000 13,773,149 8%T8000 - Engineering Department23,817,731 886,133 49,020 1,232,182 224,950 26,210,016 15%T6000 - Operations Department56,882,495 16,778,065 16,108,437 15,848,041 4,507,250 110,124,289 63%Construction & Engineering$0$0$0$0$0 $17,048,000 10%Interfund Labor Transfers00000-28,972,481 -17%Tax Commission Fee000 76,8940 76,894 0%Other *0000035,900 0%TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET$105,027,283 $18,451,161 $17,209,362 $41,506,107 $5,128,700 $175,434,032 100%Contractual ServicesMETROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTGeneral Fund Budgetby Natural Account Group FY17* Includes Inventory, Principal and Interest PaidCapital Outlay Budget FY17Percent of TotalTOTAL GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET $105,027,283 $18,451,161 $17,209,362 $41,429,213 $5,128,700 $187,245,720 107%Personnel Services Supplies Utilities93 T1010 - Board of Trustees$3,000$0$0 $3,100$0$6,100$6,100$0 0%T1410 - Rate Commission08000 593,5040594,3040594,3040%T1100 - Secretary Treasurer Department860,635 13,3000 1,012,2007,500 1,893,635 1,669,904223,73113%T2020 - Civil Service Commission5,000005,000010,00010,00000%T3000 - Executive Director Department1,741,111 55,01010,184 1,597,6060 3,403,911 1,791,943 1,611,96890%T5500 - General Counsel Department1,131,100 70,851500 1,399,4920 2,601,943 2,968,225(366,282)‐12%T2500 - Human Resources Department7,466,946 42,1505,400 1,285,4600 8,799,956 9,132,760(332,804)‐4%T4000 - Finance Department5,023,697 91,609 263,480 14,921,8900 20,300,675 19,387,351913,3245%T4500 - Information Systems Department8,771,366 198,756 790,896 4,112,28490,000 13,963,301 13,838,654124,6471%T8000 - Engineering Department24,626,382 518,45354,512 827,87636,000 26,063,223 24,404,076 1,659,1477%T6000 - Operations Department59,847,865 15,478,121 16,386,728 15,535,076 5,032,801 112,280,592 107,024,182 5,256,4105%TOTAL GENERAL FUND OPERATING BUDGET$109,477,101 $16,469,050 $17,511,700 $41,293,487 $5,166,301 $189,917,640 $180,233,195 $9,684,445 5%Construction & Engineering $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $17,805,000 $18,050,677 $(245,677)‐1%Interfund Labor Transfers00000 (26,459,703) (23,239,880) (3,219,823)14%Tax Commission Fees00000076,893(76,893)‐100%Other *0000035,90035,922(22)0%TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET$109,477,101 $16,469,050 $17,511,700 $41,293,487 $5,166,301 $181,298,836 $175,156,807 $6,387,7074%* Includes Inventory, Principal and Interest PaidFY18 vs. FY17Personnel ServicesSupplies UtilitiesContractual ServicesCapital Outlay Budget FY18Total FY17 ForecastDifference FY18 vs FY17Percent DifferenceMETROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTGeneral Fund Budgetby Natural Account Group Variance - Increase (Decrease)94 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances Budget Forecast $ Change from % Change from Budget $ Change from % Change from FY17 FY17 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget FY18 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget 51010 Salaries & Wages $66,301,440 $61,906,171 $(4,395,269)-7% $66,861,973 $560,533 1% 51020 Overtime 2,604,235 2,752,514 148,278 6% 2,589,899 (14,337)-1% 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 11,280 (21,842) (33,122) -294% 11,640 360 3% 51040 Sick Leave Accrual 911,520 810,407 (101,113) -11% 940,200 28,680 3% 51050 Vacation Accrual 901,200 796,732 (104,468) -12% 929,640 28,440 3% 51060 Worker's Compensation Pay 0 116,049 116,049 0%0 0 0% 51070 Board Member Fees 2,700 2,700 0 0%2,700 0 0% 51080 Floating Holiday Accrual 0 20,004 20,004 0%0 0 0% 51090 Civil Service Commision Fees 5,000 5,000 0 0%5,000 0 0% 51100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards 31,510 32,530 1,020 3% 31,510 0 0% 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 218,806 229,815 11,009 5% 230,745 11,940 5% 51130 Education Assistance Program 172,000 172,000 0 0% 172,000 0 0% 51210 FICA Taxes 5,217,320 4,608,153 (609,167) -12% 5,277,114 59,794 1% 51220 Group Insurance 10,398,783 9,854,707 (544,076)-5% 11,394,385 995,602 10% 51230 Pension Contribution 12,492,064 10,282,941 (2,209,123) -18% 15,050,500 2,558,436 20% 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 1,453,931 1,453,931 0%0 0 0% 51234 EAP 15,000 15,000 0 0%0 (15,000) -100% 51240 Unemployment Insurance 25,000 25,000 0 0% 25,000 0 0% 51300 Other Post Employment Benefits 2,430,000 1,789,051 (640,949) -26% 2,370,000 (60,000)-2% 51510 Temporary Help 3,289,425 4,289,815 1,000,390 30% 3,584,795 295,370 9% Total Personnel Services $105,027,283 $99,140,677 $(5,886,606)-6% $109,477,101 $4,449,818 4% 52010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases $1,391,815 $1,202,684 $(189,131) -14% $1,247,924 $(143,891) -10% 52020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip 450,328 453,366 3,038 1% 461,035 10,707 2% 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 3,789,087 3,524,079 (265,007)-7% 3,564,241 (224,846)-6% 52040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Capital 220,475 56,033 (164,442) -75% 50,675 (169,800) -77% 52050 Construction & Bldg Supplies 2,444,243 2,468,906 24,663 1% 2,419,403 (24,840)-1% 52060 Building - Non-Capital 9,500 0 (9,500) -100%0 (9,500) -100% 52070 Hardware 129,638 173,853 44,214 34% 121,197 (8,441)-7% 52080 Hose Supplies 266,592 266,130 (462)0% 248,250 (18,342)-7% 95 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances Budget Forecast $ Change from % Change from Budget $ Change from % Change from FY17 FY17 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget FY18 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget 52090 Electrical Supplies 1,067,700 1,085,387 17,687 2% 1,100,700 33,000 3% 52100 Instrument Supplies 897,241 544,819 (352,423) -39% 707,387 (189,854) -21% 52110 Chemical Supplies 4,167,406 3,963,495 (203,911)-5% 3,756,586 (410,820) -10% 52120 Laboratory Supplies 128,442 134,160 5,718 4% 132,517 4,075 3% 52130 Engineering & Drafting Supply 3,250 2,000 (1,250) -38%3,250 0 0% 52150 Plumbing Supplies 546,112 511,855 (34,257)-6% 516,512 (29,600)-5% 52160 Paint Supplies 65,440 54,745 (10,695) -16% 58,608 (6,832) -10% 52170 Safety Supplies 391,548 384,640 (6,908)-2% 348,385 (43,163) -11% 52220 Janitorial Supplies 165,429 186,218 20,789 13% 171,847 6,418 4% 52240 Hand Tools 299,006 340,767 41,761 14% 301,685 2,679 1% 52280 Uniforms 335,944 336,926 982 0% 340,597 4,653 1% 52300 Safety Footwear 147,200 137,058 (10,142)-7% 146,700 (500)0% 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 25,687 24,075 (1,612)-6% 19,043 (6,644) -26% 52320 Office Supplies 147,530 130,204 (17,326) -12% 146,151 (1,379)-1% 52330 Computer Supplies 795,157 732,545 (62,611)-8% 233,931 (561,226) -71% 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 252,515 150,628 (101,887) -40% 96,604 (155,911) -62% 52360 Grounds Supplies 26,324 24,504 (1,820)-7% 20,586 (5,738) -22% 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 10,723 11,570 847 8% 10,863 140 1% 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 158,576 136,842 (21,734) -14% 140,814 (17,762) -11% 52390 Administrative Supplies 86,353 80,374 (5,979)-7% 74,559 (11,794) -14% 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 31,900 43,063 11,163 35% 29,000 (2,900)-9% 52990 Inventory (I/D)0 (349,982) (349,982)0%0 0 0% Total Supplies $18,451,161 $16,810,944 $(1,640,217)-9% $16,469,050 $(1,982,111) -11% 53060 Electric Usage $13,318,496 $13,227,388 $(91,108)-1% $13,740,376 $421,881 3% 53070 Natural Gas Usage 2,160,855 1,991,032 (169,823)-8% 1,969,021 (191,834)-9% 53080 Water Usage 614,755 663,344 48,589 8% 701,964 87,209 14% 53270 Telephone Usage 1,115,256 1,135,859 20,603 2% 1,100,338 (14,918)-1% Total Usage $17,209,362 $17,017,624 $(191,739)-1% $17,511,700 $302,338 2% 54010 Postage $2,094,305 $2,000,470 $(93,835)-4% $2,075,306 $(18,999)-1% 54050 Office System Services 3,343,090 3,482,279 139,189 4% 3,300,411 (42,679)-1% 96 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances Budget Forecast $ Change from % Change from Budget $ Change from % Change from FY17 FY17 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget FY18 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget 54060 Printing Services 665,475 612,539 (52,936)-8% 622,124 (43,351)-7% 54080 Advertising Services 395,602 354,003 (41,599) -11% 583,007 187,404 47% 54100 Travel Expenses 498,084 456,683 (41,401)-8% 367,926 (130,158) -26% 54120 Photo Services 5,300 6,300 1,000 19%7,700 2,400 45% 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 450,927 412,914 (38,013)-8% 427,053 (23,874)-5% 54141 Required Training Programs 169,000 169,000 0 0% 169,000 0 0% 54160 Data Imaging Services 64,325 43,900 (20,425) -32% 61,600 (2,725)-4% 54180 Courier And Freight 148,973 150,936 1,963 1% 140,520 (8,453)-6% 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 185,870 176,923 (8,947)-5% 180,496 (5,374)-3% 54350 Lockbox Services 1,248,654 1,255,354 6,700 1% 1,370,000 121,346 10% 54360 Banking Services Total 85,000 30,000 (55,000) -65% 50,000 (35,000) -41% 54390 Hospital & Medical Services 175,200 122,000 (53,200) -30% 136,000 (39,200) -22% 54400 Judgments & Claims Settlements 150,000 50,000 (100,000) -67% 50,000 (100,000) -67% 54420 Court Costs & Lien Fees 255,800 255,800 0 0% 254,800 (1,000)0% 54440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees 15,000 18,000 3,000 20% 15,000 0 0% 54450 Collection Services 5,488,035 4,600,000 (888,035) -16% 4,911,045 (576,990) -11% 54455 Commission Fee - St. Louis County 64,844 64,844 0 0%0 (64,844) -100% 54460 Commission Fee - St. Louis City 12,050 12,050 0 0%0 (12,050) -100% 54470 Water Agency Data Services 510,700 510,700 0 0% 510,700 0 0% 54520 Professional Service 9,486,938 10,693,814 1,206,876 13% 10,184,238 697,300 7% 54530 Building Repairs & Services 1,862,330 2,361,981 499,652 27% 1,502,450 (359,880) -19% 54540 Janitorial Services 1,059,437 1,039,946 (19,491)-2% 1,066,659 7,222 1% 54550 Grounds Services 793,373 786,921 (6,452)-1% 851,982 58,609 7% 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 343,231 337,955 (5,275)-2% 392,012 48,781 14% 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 3,092,167 3,188,505 96,339 3% 2,906,036 (186,131)-6% 54580 Equipment Rental 423,486 427,455 3,969 1% 406,364 (17,122)-4% 54590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning 1,451,629 1,379,131 (72,498)-5% 1,253,833 (197,796) -14% 54600 Electrical Repair Services 708,775 724,333 15,558 2% 782,833 74,058 10% 54610 Instrument Repair Services 374,515 354,614 (19,901)-5% 363,401 (11,114)-3% 54620 Plumbing Services 667,996 846,183 178,187 27% 1,010,105 342,109 51% 54630 HVAC Services 251,867 277,510 25,643 10% 231,504 (20,363)-8% 54640 Damage Repairs & Services 28,400 21,400 (7,000) -25% 18,000 (10,400) -37% 97 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Operating Expense Budget and Variances Budget Forecast $ Change from % Change from Budget $ Change from % Change from FY17 FY17 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget FY18 FY17 Budget FY17 Budget 54650 Waste Hauling 1,566,756 1,307,044 (259,712) -17% 1,329,641 (237,115) -15% 54660 Ash Hauling 792,000 792,000 0 0% 770,000 (22,000)-3% 54670 Other Governmental Fees 1,176,140 1,148,086 (28,054)-2% 1,202,091 25,951 2% 54680 Laboratory Testing Services 351,850 394,716 42,866 12% 350,550 (1,300)0% 54690 Safety Services 120,483 113,230 (7,253)-6% 112,101 (8,382)-7% 54700 Asbestos Removal Services 52,500 52,500 0 0% 32,500 (20,000) -38% 54710 Community Outreach Programs 616,000 617,000 1,000 0% 796,500 180,500 29% 54720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying 260,000 360,000 100,000 38% 498,000 238,000 92% Total Contractual Services $41,506,107 $42,009,019 $502,913 1% $41,293,487 $(212,620)-1% 55020 Building Purchases $0 $0 $0 0% $743,600 $743,600 0% 55030 Structural Improvements 150,000 111,000 (39,000) -26% 20,001 (129,999) -87% 55040 Processing Equipment 240,000 453,797 213,797 89% 270,500 30,500 13% 55050 Auxiliary Equipment 0 32,435 32,435 0% 49,000 49,000 0% 55060 Motor Vehicles 3,737,000 3,494,792 (242,208)-6% 3,250,000 (487,000) -13% 55070 Machinery & Implements 225,000 430,194 205,194 91% 544,000 319,000 142% 55080 Instruments & Apparatus 329,500 351,338 21,838 7% 174,700 (154,800) -47% 55090 Furniture & Office Equipment 33,900 28,950 (4,950) -15% 19,000 (14,900) -44% 55110 Computer Equipment 413,300 429,319 16,019 4% 95,500 (317,800) -77% Total Capital Outlay $5,128,700 $5,331,825 $203,125 4% $5,166,301 $37,601 1% Total General Fund Operating Expense $187,322,613 $180,310,089 $(7,012,524)-4% $189,917,639 $2,595,027 1% 98 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection Total District Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $59,420,686 $61,166,458 $66,301,440 $61,906,171 $66,861,973 $69,433,386 $71,564,928 51020 Overtime 2,992,957 2,805,096 2,604,235 2,752,514 2,589,899 2,647,743 2,729,029 51025 Labor Cost Allocation (186,176)0 0 0 0 0 0 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 28,857 (2,925) 11,280 (21,842) 11,640 11,997 12,366 51040 Sick Leave Accrual 857,264 825,228 911,520 810,407 940,200 969,064 998,814 51050 Vacation Accrual 936,331 669,175 901,200 796,732 929,640 958,180 987,596 51060 Worker's Compensation Pay 62,500 137,815 0 116,049 0 0 0 51070 Board Member Fees 1,675 2,000 2,700 2,700 2,700 2,700 2,700 51080 Floating Holiday Accrual 55,347 6,078 0 20,004 0 0 0 51090 Civil Service Commision Fees 360 60 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,100 5,202 51100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards 34,885 53,088 31,510 32,530 31,510 32,140 32,783 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 290,231 307,487 218,806 229,815 230,745 235,487 240,151 51130 Education Assistance Program 134,489 116,215 172,000 172,000 172,000 175,440 178,949 51210 FICA Taxes 4,583,094 4,718,195 5,217,320 4,608,153 5,277,114 5,227,541 5,388,022 51220 Group Insurance 9,745,867 9,767,953 10,398,783 9,854,707 11,394,385 12,398,649 13,370,131 51230 Pension Contribution 11,379,340 10,083,389 12,492,064 10,282,941 15,050,500 15,053,336 15,076,747 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 1,320,360 0 1,453,931 0 0 0 51234 EAP 14,618 16,838 15,000 15,000 0 0 0 51240 Unemployment Insurance 34,720 12,993 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,767 26,559 51300 Other Post Employment Benefits 1,687,819 1,814,266 2,430,000 1,789,051 2,370,000 2,514,570 2,667,959 51510 Temporary Help 4,050,969 4,372,183 3,289,425 4,289,815 3,584,795 3,694,848 3,808,280 Total Personnel Services $96,125,833 $98,191,951 $105,027,283 $99,140,677 $109,477,101 $113,385,950 $117,090,216 52010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases $1,262,910 $998,791 $1,391,815 $1,202,684 $1,247,924 $1,272,883 $1,298,340 52020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip 423,869 422,837 450,328 453,366 461,035 470,256 479,661 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 3,707,203 3,544,990 3,789,087 3,524,079 3,564,241 3,671,526 3,744,236 52040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Capital 138,019 (35,731) 220,475 56,033 50,675 51,689 52,722 52050 Construction & Bldg Supplies 2,179,643 2,054,169 2,444,243 2,468,906 2,419,403 2,467,791 2,517,147 52060 Building - Non-Capital 0 0 9,500 0 0 0 0 52070 Hardware 117,312 128,708 129,638 173,853 121,197 123,621 126,093 99 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection Total District Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 52080 Hose Supplies 221,693 267,091 266,592 266,130 248,250 253,215 266,279 52090 Electrical Supplies 953,606 1,414,734 1,067,700 1,085,387 1,100,700 1,122,714 1,145,168 52100 Instrument Supplies 1,512,858 561,202 897,241 544,819 707,387 721,535 735,965 52110 Chemical Supplies 3,878,761 3,549,800 4,167,406 3,963,495 3,756,586 3,836,042 3,911,763 52120 Laboratory Supplies 128,577 127,929 128,442 134,160 132,517 135,167 137,871 52130 Engineering & Drafting Supply 1,394 1,545 3,250 2,000 3,250 3,315 3,381 52150 Plumbing Supplies 378,290 310,464 546,112 511,855 516,512 526,843 537,380 52160 Paint Supplies 50,250 44,097 65,440 54,745 58,608 59,780 60,976 52170 Safety Supplies 414,288 359,984 391,548 384,640 348,385 355,353 362,460 52220 Janitorial Supplies 132,500 140,683 165,429 186,218 171,847 175,284 178,790 52240 Hand Tools 355,117 357,860 299,006 340,767 301,685 307,719 313,873 52280 Uniforms 245,964 317,349 335,944 336,926 340,597 344,210 351,095 52300 Safety Footwear 130,567 138,026 147,200 137,058 146,700 148,818 151,794 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 19,770 15,136 25,687 24,075 19,043 19,424 19,812 52320 Office Supplies 137,742 111,623 147,530 130,204 146,151 149,080 151,743 52330 Computer Supplies 480,619 448,502 795,157 732,545 233,931 613,618 242,966 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 397,282 273,849 252,515 150,628 96,604 103,126 105,189 52360 Grounds Supplies 20,933 13,136 26,324 24,504 20,586 20,998 21,418 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 15,077 12,428 10,723 11,570 10,863 11,080 11,302 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 151,970 105,486 158,576 136,842 140,814 143,630 146,503 52390 Administrative Supplies 48,389 67,588 86,353 80,374 74,559 76,052 77,467 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 55,053 50,019 31,900 43,063 29,000 29,580 30,172 52990 Inventory (I/D)140,509 (56,322)0 (349,982)0 0 0 52991 Inventory Obsolence (108,815) (198,055)0 0 0 0 0 52999 Inventory Expense Control Account 5,417 480 0 0 0 0 0 Total Supplies $17,596,765 $15,548,396 $18,451,161 $16,810,944 $16,469,050 $17,214,348 $17,181,566 53060 Electric Usage $12,978,028 $12,769,709 $13,318,496 $13,227,388 $13,740,376 $13,903,820 $14,111,627 53070 Natural Gas Usage 2,029,134 1,645,464 2,160,855 1,991,032 1,969,021 1,998,557 2,028,535 53080 Water Usage 588,387 825,718 614,755 663,344 701,964 712,493 723,181 100 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection Total District Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 53270 Telephone Usage 904,504 1,136,080 1,115,256 1,135,859 1,100,338 1,116,113 1,132,854 Total Usage $16,500,052 $16,376,971 $17,209,362 $17,017,624 $17,511,700 $17,730,982 $17,996,197 54010 Postage $1,549,304 $1,857,197 $2,094,305 $2,000,470 $2,075,306 $2,116,812 $2,159,148 54050 Office System Services 2,802,610 3,154,430 3,343,090 3,482,279 3,300,411 3,719,922 3,834,068 54060 Printing Services 408,779 732,981 665,475 612,539 622,124 634,566 647,258 54080 Advertising Services 501,367 320,326 395,602 354,003 583,007 599,505 354,883 54100 Travel Expenses 354,496 430,017 498,084 456,683 367,926 375,073 382,512 54120 Photo Services 1,000 8,239 5,300 6,300 7,700 7,854 8,011 54130 Bond & Liability Insurance (5,633)0 0 0 0 0 0 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 269,250 344,103 450,927 412,914 427,053 441,731 450,566 54141 Required Training Programs 112,961 176,074 169,000 169,000 169,000 172,380 175,828 54160 Data Imaging Services 42,873 24,525 64,325 43,900 61,600 62,832 64,089 54180 Courier And Freight 139,942 143,824 148,973 150,936 140,520 143,339 145,729 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 166,760 177,851 185,870 176,923 180,496 184,106 187,788 54350 Lockbox Services 1,073,327 1,243,113 1,248,654 1,255,354 1,370,000 1,397,400 1,425,348 54360 Banking Services Total 10,057 69,781 85,000 30,000 50,000 51,000 52,020 54370 Board Of Election Commission 0 358,466 0 0 0 369,220 380,297 54390 Hospital & Medical Services 141,066 129,609 175,200 122,000 136,000 138,720 141,494 54400 Judgments & Claims Settlements 6,594 118,337 150,000 50,000 50,000 51,000 52,020 54420 Court Costs & Lien Fees 404,743 (240,793) 255,800 255,800 254,800 259,896 265,094 54440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees 31,323 41,417 15,000 18,000 15,000 15,300 15,606 54450 Collection Services 5,134,639 4,715,526 5,488,035 4,600,000 4,911,045 5,196,900 5,300,838 54455 Commission Fee - St. Louis County 0 0 64,844 64,844 0 0 0 54460 Commission Fee - St. Louis City 0 0 12,050 12,050 0 0 0 54470 Water Agency Data Services 495,840 472,673 510,700 510,700 510,700 520,914 531,332 54520 Professional Service 13,467,231 9,323,472 9,486,938 10,693,814 10,184,238 11,568,263 10,721,201 54530 Building Repairs & Services 2,651,757 2,411,347 1,862,330 2,361,981 1,502,450 2,157,499 1,663,149 54540 Janitorial Services 1,035,000 996,955 1,059,437 1,039,946 1,066,659 1,087,992 1,109,752 54550 Grounds Services 588,314 618,146 793,373 786,921 851,982 794,022 811,402 101 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection Total District Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 371,814 324,879 343,231 337,955 392,012 399,852 407,849 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 2,602,205 3,154,197 3,092,167 3,188,505 2,906,036 2,964,157 3,023,440 54580 Equipment Rental 245,312 488,604 423,486 427,455 406,364 414,491 422,781 54590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning 1,480,852 1,470,452 1,451,629 1,379,131 1,253,833 1,278,910 1,304,488 54600 Electrical Repair Services 492,002 574,895 708,775 724,333 782,833 798,490 814,459 54610 Instrument Repair Services 315,410 449,138 374,515 354,614 363,401 370,669 378,082 54620 Plumbing Services 280,383 928,754 667,996 846,183 1,010,105 972,167 991,610 54630 HVAC Services 292,689 358,778 251,867 277,510 231,504 236,134 240,857 54640 Damage Repairs & Services 27,901 16,586 28,400 21,400 18,000 18,360 18,727 54650 Waste Hauling 1,375,579 1,302,781 1,566,756 1,307,044 1,329,641 1,346,025 1,372,946 54660 Ash Hauling 444,749 202,047 792,000 792,000 770,000 324,450 816,893 54670 Other Governmental Fees 866,674 897,755 1,176,140 1,148,086 1,202,091 1,226,133 1,250,655 54680 Laboratory Testing Services 343,939 589,762 351,850 394,716 350,550 357,561 364,712 54690 Safety Services 47,286 49,626 120,483 113,230 112,101 114,343 116,630 54700 Asbestos Removal Services 69,064 53,375 52,500 52,500 32,500 33,150 33,813 54710 Community Outreach Programs 262,066 366,303 616,000 617,000 796,500 800,430 1,385,293 54720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying 215,291 272,386 260,000 360,000 498,000 464,100 473,382 54810 I(D) Landfill Closure Cost 26,536 38,259 0 0 0 0 0 Total Contractual Services $41,143,349 $39,166,192 $41,506,107 $42,009,019 $41,293,487 $44,185,668 $44,296,051 55020 Building Purchases $0 $0 $0 $0 $743,600 $0 $0 55030 Structural Improvements 62,653 29,060 150,000 111,000 20,001 20,400 465,808 55040 Processing Equipment 598,412 568,414 240,000 453,797 270,500 275,910 281,428 55050 Auxiliary Equipment 13,970 34,475 0 32,435 49,000 49,980 50,980 55060 Motor Vehicles 2,766,895 2,494,874 3,737,000 3,494,792 3,250,000 3,315,000 3,381,300 55070 Machinery & Implements 337,649 1,127,323 225,000 430,194 544,000 554,880 565,978 55080 Instruments & Apparatus 322,790 209,219 329,500 351,338 174,700 178,194 181,758 55090 Furniture & Office Equipment 0 0 33,900 28,950 19,000 19,380 19,768 55110 Computer Equipment 113,469 394,694 413,300 429,319 95,500 1,085,886 99,358 Total Capital Outlay $4,215,838 $4,858,059 $5,128,700 $5,331,825 $5,166,301 $5,499,630 $5,046,377 102 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection Total District Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Total General Fund Operating Expense $175,581,837 $174,141,569 $187,322,613 $180,310,089 $189,917,639 $198,016,578 $201,610,407 103 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Rate Commission Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Information Systems Operations Engineering Finance Human Resources Secretary-Treasurer 104 Board of Trustees Mission 1. Develop public policies, through official action, to meet MSD’s responsibilities for sanitation, storm flow and protection of water resources. 2. Develop general strategies to direct and supervise the Executive Director in the implementation of official policies and programs. 3. Generally oversee the implementation of appropriate recommendations contained in various internal and contracted studies; i.e. the Independent Auditor’s Management Letter, Pension Fund Investment Consultant, Financial Advisors, and the Internal Auditor. 4. Direct and supervise the activities of the Secretary-Treasurer and the Internal Auditor. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES Pursuant to the provisions of the Plan and subject to the limitations imposed by the Constitution of the State of Missouri, all powers of the District are vested in the Board of Trustees who enact District ordinances, adopt budgets, and determine policies. The Board of Trustees appoints the Executive Director, who executes the ordinances and administers the government of the District and all subdistricts (Sect. 1.020 of the Plan), and the Secretary-Treasurer (Sect. 7.020 of the Plan), and the Internal Auditor (Sect. 7.030 of the Plan). 105 Board of TrusteesFY15FY16FY17 FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDistrict Governance$ 1,675 $ 2,000 $ 6,100 $ 6,100$ 6,100$ 6,100 $ 6,100TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,675 $ 2,000 $ 6,100 $ 6,100$ 6,100$ 6,100 $ 6,100$0.000$0.001$0.002$0.003$0.004$0.005$0.006$0.007ExpensesActualForecastBudgetProjected106 FY15FY16 FY17 FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 1,675 2,000 3,000.00 3,0003,000.00 3,000.00 3,000.00 52000 Supplies- 0- 000053000 Usage- 0- 000054000 Contractual Services- 0 3,100.00 3,1003,1003,100 3,10055000 Capital Outlay- 0- 0000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,675 $ 2,000 $ 6,100 $ 6,100$ 6,100$ 6,100 $ 6,100District Governance107 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T1010 - Board of Trustees Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51070 Board Member Fees $1,675 $2,000 $2,700 $2,700 $2,700 $2,700 $2,700 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 0 0 300 300 300 300 300 Total Personnel Services $1,675 $2,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 $3,000 54100 Travel Expenses $0 $0 $3,100 $3,100 $3,100 $3,100 $3,100 Total Contractual Services $0 $0 $3,100 $3,100 $3,100 $3,100 $3,100 Total T1010 - Board of Trustees General Fund Operating Expense $1,675 $2,000 $6,100 $6,100 $6,100 $6,100 $6,100 108 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET109 RATE COMMISSION Board of Trustees Executive Director General Counsel Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Human Resources Operations Finance Engineering Information Systems Civil Service Commission Rate Commission 110 Rate Commission Mission Any change in a rate recommended to the Board by the Rate Commission shall be accompanied by a statement of the Rate Commission that the proposed rate change, and all portions thereof: 1. Is consistent with constitutional, statutory or common law as amended from time to time. 2. Enhances the District’s ability to provide adequate sewer and drainage systems and facilities, or related services. 3. Is consistent with and not in violation of any covenant or provision relating to any outstanding bonds or indebtedness of the District. 4. Does not impair the ability of the District to comply with applicable Federal or State laws or regulations as amended from time to time. 5. Imposes a fair and reasonable burden on all classes of ratepayers. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES There shall be a rate commission (“Rate Commission”) to review and make recommendations to the Board regarding all proposed changes in wastewater rates, stormwater rates and tax rates or change in the structure of any of the foregoing (“Rate”). 111 Rate CommissionFY15FY16 FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedRate Commission$ 585,484 $ 34,873 $0 $0$ 594,304$ 618,076 $0TOTAL EXPENSES $ 585,484 $ 34,873 $0 $0$ 594,304$ 618,076 $0$0.000$0.100$0.200$0.300$0.400$0.500$0.600$0.700ExpensesActualForecastBudgetProjectedThe Rate Commission is convened in years when the District is proposing new rates.  The budget for FY18 is for consideration of a new Stormwater rate, while the FY19 projection is in anticipation of the next Wastewater rate hearings.  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 the rates.112 FY15FY16 FY17 FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARY Actual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $000000052000 Supplies76734200800832053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services 584,717 34,53100593,504617,244055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 585,484 $ 34,873 $0$0$ 594,304$ 618,076 $ 0Rate Commission113 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T1410 - Rate Commission Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 52320 Office Supplies $311 $98 $0 $0 $300 $312 $0 52330 Computer Supplies 385 0 0 0 400 416 0 52390 Administrative Supplies 71 244 0 0 100 104 0 Total Supplies $767 $342 $0 $0 $800 $832 $0 54080 Advertising Services $232,375 $7,839 $0 $0 $241,904 $251,580 $0 54180 Courier And Freight 417 77 0 0 450 468 0 54520 Professional Service 351,925 26,615 0 0 351,150 365,196 0 Total Contractual Services $584,717 $34,531 $0 $0 $593,504 $617,244 $0 Total T1410 - Rate Commission General Fund Operating Expense $585,484 $34,873 $0 $0 $594,304 $618,076 $0 114 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET115 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 Information Governance 116 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 2016 Accomplishments 1. Maintained FY16 department spend at levels outlined in the 2015 Rate Commission. Strategy 2, Objective 2 2. Secured $75 million SRF loan for capital improvements. Strategy 2, Objective 3 3. Secured $150 million of Senior Bonds for capital improvements. Strategy 2, Objective 3 4. Refinanced $90 million of Senior Bonds to lower debt service costs and improve financial ratios. Strategy 2, Objective 3 5. 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 6. Maintained compliance with Treasury Key Performance Indicators Strategy 3, Objective 1 117 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programsg) Plan for and implement activities for the Stormwater Rate Commission 3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsd) Continue to evaluate all investments made as part of the CBA and make adjustments to program and funding, as appropriate.2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. b) Assess multi-channel e-commerce strategies for billing and payment promotion and incorporate new technologies.d) Evaluate refunding opportunities to refinance debt service cost.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa) Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory requirements.b) Manage District’s key financial ratios to maintain current bond ratings and Consent Decree compliance.c) Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements.d) Pursue external sources of funding, where available.e) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.f) Develop stormwater rate proposal for submission to the Rate Commission.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting Business Process Improvementsa) Implement software solution and complete organizational changes required to fully benefit from the software and business process improvements.b) Begin post-implementation review to assess improvements gained as a result of the new Development Review/Permitting business process improvements.2.Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process Improvementsa) Perform cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of the System Upgrade and the implementation of the Title Quote software solution.3.Implement Fleet Management Business Process Improvement4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.a) Finalize the hiring of an Information Governance (IG) Manager.b) Continue communication, change management, marketing, and messaging plans for the IG Program "Physical Records Cleanup" rollout.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.5a) Implement the FY 2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues and existing fund balances.b) Continue implementation of stormwater O&M program commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues similar to the existing CMOM program for wastewater.2.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement ProgramSecretary-Treasurer FY18 Strategic Business PlanAddress Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4118 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesSecretary-Treasurer FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4d) Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree are met and propose changes as warranted.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.3. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.Create a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability119 The FY18 Budget of $1.9 million reflects anThis budget reflects in increase of 1 in the increase of $0.1 million over the FY17 Budget. number of full-time equivalent positions.The increase is primarily in Personnel ServicesThe position of Information Governance Managerresulting from planned raises and thewas added in FY17.addition of 1 FTE.Secretary-Treasurer Department$0.0$0.5$1.0$1.5$2.0$2.5$3.0in millionsExpenses0246810PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual120 FY15 FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDistrict Secretary Division $ 266,106 $ 652,100 $ 1,177,511 $ 1,048,784$ 1,142,319$ 1,523,139 $ 1,566,409Treasurer Division774,627 903,700011000Audit Division 540,613 663,572 625,556 621,109642,135656,634 671,480Information Governance0000109,181112,479 115,853TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,590,474 $ 2,219,373 $ 1,803,068 $ 1,669,904$ 1,893,635$ 2,292,252 $ 2,353,741ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYDistrict Secretary Division2.002.006.006.006.006.006.00Treasurer Division4.004.000.000.000.000.000.00Audit Division 1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Information Governance0.000.000.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS7.007.007.008.008.008.008.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActualGoalActualKey Performance Measures FY14 FY15FY16FY16 FY17FY18FY19Debt Coverage Ratio-Senior3.33.32.53.32.52.52.5Debt Coverage Ratio-All In2.62.11.62.01.61.61.6Secretary-Treasurer Department Goal121 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 266,106 $ 272,693 $ 633,911 $ 590,984$ 628,819$ 630,150 $ 651,86752000 Supplies229267,4004,1004,8004,8964,99453000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services8,899 379,381 530,200 447,700502,700881,974 903,30655000 Capital Outlay006,0006,0006,0006,1206,242TOTAL EXPENSES $ 275,234 $ 652,100 $ 1,177,511 $ 1,048,784$ 1,142,319$ 1,523,139 $ 1,566,409ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.002.002.002.002.00 # 2.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.00 # 0.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.00 # 0.00Administrative Support1.001.004.004.004.004.00 # 4.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.00 # 0.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.00 # 0.00TOTAL POSITIONS2.002.006.006.006.006.006.00Secretary-Treasurer Administrative DivisionDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis area is responsible for:  1)  Maintaining the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Trustees and issuing the  minutes prior to the next Board meeting.  2)   Maintaining a complete record of all ordinances, resolutions and journals.  3) Administering and maintaining oaths of office of the Directors and Trustees and  maintaining information regarding conflict of interest situations.  4) Coordinate the meetings and functions of the Rate Commission. 5) Attesting to various documents and records.  6) Serves as the administrative liaison between the Legal Department and the Board of Election Commissioners to assure that the appropriate issues are placed on the ballot in an appropriate and timely fashion. 7)  Maintaining depository relationships with banking institutions and preparing cash forecasts to ensure that cash resources will be available to meet District obligations on a timely basis. 8)  Investing excess funds in compliance with Plan and with the primary objectives, in order of priority:  1) safety, 2) liquidity, and 3) yield.9) Coordinating the activities related to the issuance of debt.10) Monitoring the pension, defined contribution and deferred compensation plans of the District. 11) The deposit of all monies coming into the District. 12) Acting as a liaison for all investor related activities. 13) Assist in coordinating the efforts of the Finance Committee and the Audit Committee.14) Maintaining federal and state legislative relationships to improve funding opportunities. 122 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 266,017 $ 341,310 $0 $0$0$0$052000 Supplies2,0622,54301100053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services506,548 559,8470000055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 774,627 $ 903,700 $0 $11$0$0$0ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support3.003.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 4.004.000.000.000.000.000.00Treasurer DivisionDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESResponsibilities moved to Secretary‐Treasurer Administrative Division.123 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 112,935 $ 116,737 $ 121,262 $ 116,815$ 122,635$ 126,744 $ 130,99252000 Supplies4,087 4,271 8,3008,3008,5008,670 8,84353000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services423,591 542,564 494,494 494,494509,500519,690 530,08455000 Capital Outlay00 1,5001,5001,5001,530 1,561TOTAL EXPENSES $ 540,613 $ 663,572 $ 625,556 $ 621,109$ 642,135$ 656,634 $ 671,480ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Audit DivisionDESCRIPTION OF SERVICES1) Provides contract administration for the annual audit of the District's Financial Statements. 2) Provides Internal Audit Administration services and coordinates and supports Internal (external firm acting as internal audit) audit functions. 124 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActualBudget Forecast Budget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$0$0$0$0$109,181$112,479 $115,85352000 Supplies000000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services000000055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES$0$0$0$0$109,181$112,479 $115,853ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional0.000.000.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS0.000.000.001.001.001.001.00Information GovernanceDESCRIPTION OF SERVICES1)  Manage implementation and rollout of Information Governance policies and tools.2)  Develop procedures to assist District in managing records and information responsibly and consistently.3)  Educate District personnel on Information Governance practices and tools to minimize risk, liability, and costs while ensuring that records and information are reliable, secure, and accessible.125 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T1100 - Secretary Treasurer Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $473,225 $538,886 $553,481 $526,682 $632,004 $646,177 $665,952 51020 Overtime 0 477 0 0 0 0 0 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 2,205 2,922 3,400 2,900 3,500 3,570 3,641 51210 FICA Taxes 33,985 36,927 39,736 33,666 48,465 49,553 51,069 51220 Group Insurance 70,414 79,499 82,089 76,770 94,389 101,584 109,422 51230 Pension Contribution 65,129 43,374 76,468 39,787 82,277 68,488 68,627 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 28,546 0 27,993 0 0 0 51234 EAP 100 110 0 0 0 0 0 Total Personnel Services $645,058 $730,741 $755,174 $707,799 $860,635 $869,372 $898,712 52050 Construction & Bldg Supplies $113 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 52090 Electrical Supplies 36 0 0 0 0 0 0 52220 Janitorial Supplies 41 9 0 0 0 0 0 52320 Office Supplies 1,029 1,032 2,700 1,800 1,800 1,836 1,873 52330 Computer Supplies 184 30 2,000 500 1,000 1,020 1,040 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 0 1,180 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,264 3,329 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 4,505 4,198 6,700 6,200 6,400 6,528 6,659 52390 Administrative Supplies 470 392 1,100 711 900 918 936 Total Supplies $6,378 $6,840 $15,700 $12,411 $13,300 $13,566 $13,837 54010 Postage $0 $0 $100 $100 $0 $0 $0 54050 Office System Services 31,710 45,960 35,000 15,000 15,000 15,300 15,606 54060 Printing Services 0 0 500 500 500 510 520 54080 Advertising Services 0 12,315 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,400 20,808 54100 Travel Expenses 342 5,302 8,597 8,597 8,947 8,874 9,051 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 7,342 3,347 9,897 9,897 9,753 10,200 10,404 54180 Courier And Freight 4,054 4,103 4,600 4,600 4,500 4,590 4,682 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 8,533 6,939 12,000 12,000 12,000 12,240 12,485 54360 Banking Services Total 10,057 69,781 85,000 30,000 50,000 51,000 52,020 54370 Board Of Election Commission 0 358,466 0 0 0 369,220 380,297 126 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T1100 - Secretary Treasurer Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54400 Judgments & Claims Settlements 94 (11)0 0 0 0 0 54520 Professional Service 876,530 975,589 840,000 840,000 890,000 907,800 925,956 54530 Building Repairs & Services 375 0 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,530 1,561 54670 Other Governmental Fees 0 0 7,500 0 0 0 0 Total Contractual Services $939,038 $1,481,791 $1,024,694 $942,194 $1,012,200 $1,401,664 $1,433,389 55090 Furniture & Office Equipment $0 $0 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,080 $4,162 55110 Computer Equipment 0 0 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,570 3,641 Total Capital Outlay $0 $0 $7,500 $7,500 $7,500 $7,650 $7,803 Total T1100 - Secretary Treasurer Department General Fund Operating Expense $1,590,474 $2,219,373 $1,803,068 $1,669,904 $1,893,635 $2,292,252 $2,353,741 127 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 128 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/her 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. 129 Civil Service CommissionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedPersonnel Advisor$ 5,101 $72 $ 10,000 $ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,200 $ 10,404TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,101 $72 $ 10,000 $ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,200 $ 10,404$0.000$0.005$0.010$0.015$0.020$0.025in millionsActualForecastBudgetProjectedExpenses130 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 360605,000 5,0005,0005,100 5,20252000 Supplies15700000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Service4,585125,000 5,0005,0005,100 5,20255000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,101 $72 $ 10,000 $ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,200 $ 10,404Personnel Advisor131 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T2020 - Civil Service Commission Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51090 Civil Service Commision Fees $360 $60 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,100 $5,202 Total Personnel Services $360 $60 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,100 $5,202 52390 Administrative Supplies $157 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Supplies $157 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 54080 Advertising Services $972 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 54520 Professional Service 3,613 12 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,100 5,202 Total Contractual Services $4,585 $12 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,100 $5,202 Total T2020 - Civil Service Commission General Fund Operating Expense $5,101 $72 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,200 $10,404 132 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET133 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR District Administration Board of Trustees General Counsel Rate Commission Secretary-Treasurer Internal Auditor Civil Service Commission Human Resources Operations Finance Executive Director Diversity Engineering Information Systems Executive Director Public Information 134 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 2016 Accomplishments 1. Successfully sustained and have continued normalizing MSD Project Clear communication efforts, establishing an understandable identity with the public. Strategy 1, Objective 1 2. In accordance with the Rate Commissions Rate Report, developed and implemented stakeholder education program in advance of propositions Y and proposition S votes in April 2016. 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 multiple 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 continued implementation of 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 1 135 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programsa) Implement strategies identified for the next phase of MSD’s Project Clear based on the established 90-day model. b) Maintain relationships with additional stakeholders with message synergy to educate and inform on MSD's mission.c) Maintain communications and relationships with stakeholders regarding MSD issues, with a focus on stormwater funding and Project Clear activities.d) Continue to refine and implement strategies and identify the required resources for future phases of public communication and outreach programs.e) Continue implementation of recommendations for public outreach programs to reduce nutrients in wastewater and stormwater, consistent with the Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy. f) Continue outreach and education to obtain feedback on possible enhancements to stormwater services and method of revenue collection.g) Plan for and implement activities for the Stormwater Rate Commission 2.Execute Outreach Programs for Elected Representatives and Other Municipal Officialsa) Develop legislative agenda for both State and Federal activities.b) Conduct meetings with St. Louis City (Mayor’s office and Board of Aldermen), St. Louis County (County Executive’s office and County Council) regarding District goals and needs.c) Enhance relationships with local governments through briefings on projects and other topics of mutual concern, with focus on expanding peer to peer relationships with staff counterparts. d) Conduct annual outreach and Jefferson City briefings for State of Missouri legislators.e) Conduct annual legislative briefing for Federal legislators.f) Provide annual review of the Legislative Outreach Program results and assess future activities for enhancing effectiveness.3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsa) Continue hosting networking events and other community events for the MWBE program to increase stakeholder relationships and participation with the District.b) Continue to identify and evaluate efforts to increase workforce participation by women in the construction of CIRP projects. c) Continue to monitor MSD's Diversity Programs and report on progress.d) Continue to evaluate all investments made as part of the CBA and make adjustments to program and funding, as appropriate.e) Continue efforts to expand CBA participation on signatories, owners and minority organizations.f) Continue execution and evaluation of the SLATE First Source Hiring Program to provide opportunities for contractors to hire low income, unemployed and underemployed individuals for District projects.g) Begin the process to update the Disparity Study.h) Evaluate the effectiveness of the On The Job Training (OJT) programs for capital tunneling projects.i) Evaluate the effectiveness of the MSD Contractor Tunneling Training Program for capital tunneling projects.2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts1.Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenuea) Continue implementing pilot water shutoff solution to increase collection of delinquent sewer charges.b) Evaluate additional water shut-off options.c) Continue to assess and modify collection process to achieve net average collection period for receivables to 45 days or less.2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. Executive Director FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4136 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesExecutive Director FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4b) Assess multi-channel e-commerce strategies for billing and payment promotion and incorporate new technologies.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.f) Compile and analyze data to determine effectiveness of the Wellness Program.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa) Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory requirements.b) Manage District’s key financial ratios to maintain current bond ratings and Consent Decree compliance.c) Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements.d) Pursue external sources of funding, where available.e) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.f) Develop stormwater rate proposal for submission to the Rate Commission.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.c) Assess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers.41.Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory Issuesa) Advocate in regulatory stakeholder groups created to address nutrient criteria, ammonia criteria, bacteria criteria, wet weather issues, Impaired Waters (303d) Listing & Methodology and other changes to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) effluent regulations and water quality standards.b) Advocate in state and local environmental and economic organizations such as the Association of Missouri Cleanwater Agencies (AMCA).c) Advocate in the Water Environment Federation (WEF), Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on water quality issues.d) Participate in the National Stormwater Rule rulemaking and advocate for a rule that is based on sound science and can be supported at sustainable funding levels.e) Identify upcoming regulatory issues for FY 2018 and develop an appropriate strategy.f) Maintain a dialog with the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on critical water quality issues in the St. Louis area.52.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement Programc) Continue the implementation of specific green infrastructure projects in accordance with the approved program.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementAddress Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability137 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesExecutive Director FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q43. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.c) Implement changes to Civil Service Rulesd) Establish a Task Force to redesign the Performance Review System.138 The Executive Director's Budget for FY18 is $3.4 million, This budget reflects a net increase of eightan increase of $1.5 million over the FY17 Budget. full-time equivalent positions after eliminatingThe increase is primarily the result of a reorganizationone Public Information Representative and addingwhich places Diversity in the Executive Directornine Diversity positions to the Department.Department instead of the Human ResourcesDepartment.Executive Director Department0246810121416PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual$0.0$0.5$1.0$1.5$2.0$2.5$3.0$3.5$4.0$4.5in millionsExpenses139 Executive Director Department FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDistrict Administration Division $ 437,304 $ 466,944 $ 464,829 $ 473,951$ 505,951$ 587,019 $ 603,316Public Information Division 707,363 877,271 1,468,679 1,317,9921,410,9991,444,286 1,478,345Diversity Division 0 0 0 01,486,9611,515,261 2,167,821TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,144,668 $ 1,344,216 $ 1,933,508 $ 1,791,943$ 3,403,911$ 3,546,564 $ 4,249,483ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYDistrict Administration Division2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Public Information Division3.004.005.005.004.004.004.00Diversity Division0.000.000.000.009.009.009.00TOTAL POSITIONS5.006.007.007.0015.0015.00 15.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ActualKey Performance MeasuresFY14FY15FY16FY16FY17FY18FY19See Human Resources Department for this information.See Human Resources Department for this information.See Human Resources Department for this information.See Human Resources Department for this information.See Human Resources Department for this information.20%20%8.338.608.008.338.008.008.00Overall 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)GoalIncrease % of Diverse Hires in Management and Professionals Categories140 District Administration Division FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 427,683 $ 449,063 $ 451,823 $ 464,301$ 500,944$ 581,915 $ 598,11552000 Supplies1,2971,4271,3001,3001,1001,122 1,14453000 Usage65570180075075076177354000 Contractual Services7,668 15,753 10,9067,6003,1573,220 3,28555000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 437,304 $466,944 $ 464,829 $ 473,951$ 505,951$ 587,019 $ 603,316ALLOCATED 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.  141 Public Information DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 252,918 $ 293,293 $ 454,673 $ 301,890$ 397,013$ 410,042 $ 423,43752000 Supplies42,609 48,181 60,585 61,68148,73549,710 50,70453000 Usage2,0022,926 2,6702,6704,2504,3144,37854000 Contractual Services409,835 532,870 950,751 951,751961,001980,221 999,82555000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 707,364 $ 877,271 $ 1,468,679 $ 1,317,992$ 1,410,999$ 1,444,286 $ 1,478,345ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional2.003.004.004.003.003.003.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS3.004.005.005.004.004.004.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESPublic Information Division informs the District's stakeholders about the 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 where MSD might work more closely with the St. Louis community it serves. 142 Diversity DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 0 0 0 0843,154871,103 899,82752000 Supplies 0 0 0 05,1755,279 5,38453000 Usage 0 0 0 05,1845,262 5,34154000 Contractual Services 0 0 0 0633,448633,617 1,257,26955000 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0$ 1,486,961$ 1,515,261 $ 2,167,821ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.001.001.001.00Professional0.000.000.000.002.002.002.00Technical0.000.000.000.006.006.006.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS0.000.000.000.009.009.009.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESDevelop and administer policies, procedures and programs designed to support on‐going improvement of the District's commitment to inclusion in all its activities, and communicates these ideals to internal personnel and external stakeholders.  For internal personnel, services provided are administering and maintaining creation of Equal Employment  and Affirmative Action practices and policies; and  Adherence to the District's minority and women business utilization objectives as applicable in  contracting and purchasing transactions.  For external stakeholders, comprised of minority and women business 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.  143 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T3000 - Executive Director Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $429,045 $471,791 $599,138 $488,826 $1,134,761 $1,219,243 $1,256,674 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 61 0 0 0 0 0 0 51100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards 0 0 0 0 12,000 12,240 12,485 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 111,556 113,502 103,721 117,316 125,531 128,042 130,602 51210 FICA Taxes 27,273 29,907 40,741 25,677 81,541 87,842 90,539 51220 Group Insurance 32,416 47,912 70,158 50,270 162,992 186,557 201,942 51230 Pension Contribution 80,183 65,102 92,737 69,904 224,286 229,137 229,137 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 14,064 0 14,198 0 0 0 51234 EAP 67 78 0 0 0 0 0 51510 Temporary Help 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Personnel Services $680,601 $742,357 $906,496 $766,191 $1,741,111 $1,863,061 $1,921,379 52020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip $0 $45 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 215 0 0 0 0 0 0 52090 Electrical Supplies 0 82 0 0 0 0 0 52100 Instrument Supplies 0 36 0 0 0 0 0 52300 Safety Footwear 0 0 0 186 1,400 1,428 1,457 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 657 1,052 0 910 0 0 0 52320 Office Supplies 2,000 2,090 3,500 3,500 3,500 3,570 3,641 52330 Computer Supplies 9,740 3,284 2,800 2,800 2,800 2,856 2,913 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 6,106 424 8,260 8,260 8,910 9,088 9,270 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 0 978 25 25 25 26 26 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 934 1,192 1,500 1,500 1,575 1,607 1,639 52390 Administrative Supplies 24,254 40,425 45,800 45,800 36,800 37,536 38,287 Total Supplies $43,907 $49,608 $61,885 $62,981 $55,010 $56,110 $57,232 53270 Telephone Usage $2,657 $3,627 $3,470 $3,420 $10,184 $10,337 $10,492 Total Usage $2,657 $3,627 $3,470 $3,420 $10,184 $10,337 $10,492 54050 Office System Services $0 $0 $650 $500 $500 $510 $47,338 54060 Printing Services 7,963 14,978 16,500 16,500 16,500 16,830 17,167 144 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T3000 - Executive Director Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54080 Advertising Services 142,681 166,927 130,000 130,000 132,500 135,150 137,853 54100 Travel Expenses 11,542 22,500 22,607 19,351 16,756 17,091 17,433 54120 Photo Services 1,000 8,200 5,000 6,000 7,500 7,650 7,803 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 4,439 3,760 10,200 9,600 9,400 9,588 9,780 54180 Courier And Freight 988 2,071 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,224 1,248 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 1,421 1,322 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,550 2,601 54520 Professional Service 116,677 165,253 561,000 561,700 627,950 640,009 648,117 54530 Building Repairs & Services 3,666 6,974 0 0 0 0 0 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 0 0 0 0 1,800 1,836 1,873 54600 Electrical Repair Services 0 3,062 0 0 0 0 0 54710 Community Outreach Programs 127,125 153,575 212,000 212,000 781,000 784,620 1,369,166 Total Contractual Services $417,503 $548,623 $961,657 $959,351 $1,597,606 $1,617,058 $2,260,379 Total T3000 - Executive Director Department General Fund Operating Expense $1,144,668 $1,344,214 $1,933,508 $1,791,943 $3,403,911 $3,546,566 $4,249,483 145 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 146 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 2016 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) 147 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programsg) Plan for and implement activities for the Stormwater Rate Commission 2.Execute Outreach Programs for Elected Representatives and Other Municipal Officialsa) Develop legislative agenda for both State and Federal activities.b) Conduct meetings with St. Louis City (Mayor’s office and Board of Aldermen), St. Louis County (County Executive’s office and County Council) regarding District goals and needs.c) Enhance relationships with local governments through briefings on projects and other topics of mutual concern, with focus on expanding peer to peer relationships with staff counterparts. d) Conduct annual outreach and Jefferson City briefings for State of Missouri legislators.e) Conduct annual legislative briefing for Federal legislators.f) Provide annual review of the Legislative Outreach Program results and assess future activities for enhancing effectiveness.3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsg) Begin the process to update the Disparity Study.2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts1.Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenueb) Evaluate additional water shut-off options.2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. c) Continue to evaluate results of occupational injury prevention program to mitigate “at risk” behaviors, and revise accordingly.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsc) Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements.d) Pursue external sources of funding, where available.e) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.f) Develop stormwater rate proposal for submission to the Rate Commission.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.b) Continue communication, change management, marketing, and messaging plans for the IG Program "Physical Records Cleanup" rollout.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.c) Assess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers.41.Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory Issuesa) Advocate in regulatory stakeholder groups created to address nutrient criteria, ammonia criteria, bacteria criteria, wet weather issues, Impaired Waters (303d) Listing & Methodology and other changes to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) effluent regulations and water quality standards.b) Advocate in state and local environmental and economic organizations such as the Association of Missouri Cleanwater Agencies (AMCA).General Counsel FY18 Strategic Business PlanPromote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4148 DistrictGeneral Counsel FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18c) Advocate in the Water Environment Federation (WEF), Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on water quality issues.d) Participate in the National Stormwater Rule rulemaking and advocate for a rule that is based on sound science and can be supported at sustainable funding levels.e) Identify upcoming regulatory issues for FY 2018 and develop an appropriate strategy.f) Maintain a dialog with the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on critical water quality issues in the St. Louis area.2.Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed Planninga) Evaluate and report on upcoming regulatory issues that need Integrated Watershed Planning.b) Work with MDNR to develop scientifically-based Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) with reasonable implementation plans for the St. Louis area.c) Determine if an update to the Clean Water Act Section 201 Areawide Facility Plan, regarding regionalization of wastewater treatment is needed to implement recommendations from ammonia and nutrient study. 52.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated wastewater revenues. Continue to analyze results of completed program and identify potential modifications to the Remedial Requirements of the Consent Decree.5.Implement a Land Utilization Plana) Take results of input from municipal and neighborhood outreach to assess interest in ownership of surplus properties and develop plans for property disposal that takes into account cost and risk for the District.b) Dispose of surplus properties per plan with the help of outside contract assistance.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.3. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.c) Implement changes to Civil Service RulesAddress Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability149 The FY18 Budget of $2.6 million reflects a slightThe budget reflects no change in the increase of $50 thousand compared to the FY17 Budget. number of full-time equivalent positions.The variance is the result of an increase in the cost ofPersonnel Services. Specifically, Pension, Group Insurance and Salaries & Wages have all increased.General Counsel$0.0$0.5$1.0$1.5$2.0$2.5$3.0in millionsExpenses0246810PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual150 General Counsel DepartmentFY15 FY16 FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedGeneral Counsel District Administration Division $ 219,023 $ 232,660 $ 228,191 $ 233,883$ 242,461$ 248,879 $ 255,274Litigation and Claims Division1,662,243 2,046,221 2,150,844 2,586,5182,209,6362,263,917 2,319,438General Counsel Administration Division319,228 139,082 173,344 147,825149,846153,600 157,410TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,200,494 $ 2,417,963 $ 2,552,379 $ 2,968,226$ 2,601,943$ 2,666,396 $ 2,732,122ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYGeneral Counsel District Administration Division1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Litigation and Claims Division5.006.006.006.006.006.006.00General Counsel Administration Division1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS 7.008.008.008.008.008.008.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActual Actual Goal ActualKey Performance MeasuresFY14 FY15 FY16FY16FY17FY18FY19Litigation matters supported by outside counsel17%12%18%14%18%18%18%Goal151 General Counsel District Administration DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 74,659 $ 69,957 $ 70,435 $ 69,916$ 74,804$ 77,059 $ 79,34252000 Supplies95,408 60,973 96,451 71,45170,85172,268 73,71353000 Usage48050750050050050851554000 Contractual Services148,6817,645 5,9585,9583,6913,765 3,84055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 319,228 $ 139,082 $ 173,344 $ 147,825$ 149,846$ 153,600 $ 157,410ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis division is responsible for performing complex office administrative support to the entire General Counsel Department.  152 Litigation and Claims DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 596,135 $ 676,581 $ 783,861 $ 694,535$ 818,856$ 845,321 $ 872,47052000 Supplies7786100000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services1,065,330 1,369,030 1,366,983 1,891,9831,390,7801,418,596 1,446,96855000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,662,243 $ 2,046,221 $ 2,150,844 $ 2,586,518$ 2,209,636$ 2,263,917 $ 2,319,438ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Professional4.005.005.005.005.005.005.00Technical1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS5.006.006.006.006.006.006.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThis function handles all litigation and claims involving the District.  In those  instances when the District is represented by outside counsel either assigned by the 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.  153 General Counsel Administration DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 212,740 $ 228,310 $ 223,413 $ 229,105$ 237,440$ 243,758 $ 250,05052000 Supplies000000053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services6,2834,350 4,7784,7785,0215,1215,22455000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $219,023 $ 232,660 $ 228,191 $ 233,883$ 242,461$ 248,879 $ 255,274ALLOCATED 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/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00DESCRIPTION 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.   This 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 services provided by MSD and the need to secure additional support.  154 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T5500 - General Counsel Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $643,052 $723,686 $798,019 $733,330 $806,529 $831,289 $856,810 51020 Overtime 439 31 31 31 0 0 0 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 786 0 0 0 0 0 0 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 5,489 6,668 8,772 8,772 7,585 7,737 7,891 51210 FICA Taxes 45,803 50,177 55,951 45,263 55,995 57,714 59,486 51220 Group Insurance 72,528 72,972 82,834 76,445 93,359 100,942 109,220 51230 Pension Contribution 115,332 99,883 132,102 108,155 167,632 168,455 168,455 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 21,321 0 21,559 0 0 0 51234 EAP 105 110 0 0 0 0 0 Total Personnel Services $883,534 $974,848 $1,077,709 $993,555 $1,131,100 $1,166,137 $1,201,862 52090 Electrical Supplies $18 $186 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 52170 Safety Supplies 18 0 0 0 0 0 0 52220 Janitorial Supplies 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 0 0 1,001 1,001 1,001 1,021 1,041 52320 Office Supplies 2,961 2,059 3,250 3,250 3,250 3,315 3,381 52330 Computer Supplies 937 1,863 500 500 250 255 260 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 0 955 500 500 250 255 260 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 0 0 100 100 100 102 104 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 90,932 55,510 90,000 65,000 65,000 66,300 67,626 52390 Administrative Supplies 1,057 1,007 1,100 1,100 1,000 1,020 1,040 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 263 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Supplies $96,186 $61,583 $96,451 $71,451 $70,851 $72,268 $73,713 53270 Telephone Usage $480 $507 $500 $500 $500 $508 $515 Total Usage $480 $507 $500 $500 $500 $508 $515 54010 Postage $0 $102 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 54050 Office System Services 653 0 500 500 250 255 260 54060 Printing Services 0 1,081 2,500 2,500 500 510 520 54080 Advertising Services 0 1,176 0 0 0 0 0 155 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T5500 - General Counsel Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54100 Travel Expenses 8,306 7,673 11,069 11,069 10,367 10,574 10,786 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 4,417 3,231 7,750 7,750 8,475 8,645 8,817 54180 Courier And Freight 212 551 400 400 400 408 416 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 2,884 4,059 2,500 2,500 2,500 2,550 2,601 54350 Lockbox Services 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 54400 Judgments & Claims Settlements 6,500 118,348 150,000 50,000 50,000 51,000 52,020 54420 Court Costs & Lien Fees 4,305 1,766 3,000 3,000 2,000 2,040 2,081 54440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees 16,700 10,425 0 0 0 0 0 54520 Professional Service 1,175,808 1,232,613 1,200,000 1,825,000 1,325,000 1,351,500 1,378,530 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 498 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Contractual Services $1,220,295 $1,381,025 $1,377,719 $1,902,719 $1,399,492 $1,427,482 $1,456,031 Total T5500 - General Counsel Department General Fund Operating Expense $2,200,494 $2,417,963 $2,552,379 $2,968,225 $2,601,943 $2,666,394 $2,732,122 156 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET157 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 Operations Human Resources Engineering Training Finance 158 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 2016 Accomplishments: 1. Completed 95% of the review and modification of Collection System training modules. Development and delivery of 3 additional training topics for staff. Strategy 6, Objective 3 2. Reduced accidents and injuries by 14%. Successfully implemented a districtwide wireless security software system, and worked with the Accounting and Operations Departments to recover FEMA Funds. Strategy 2, Objective 2 3. Increased high deductible health plan enrollment by 20%. Combined wellness and safety and health activities and training for employees. Strategy 2, Objective 6 4. Increased by 20% the new diversity sourcing sites and organizations. Also, exceeded hiring goals for minorities and females in management and professional positions. Strategy 1, Objective 3 5. Completed all of the Community Benefits Agency requirements, and successfully implemented PRISM software and rolled it out to the District Contractors. Strategy 1, Objective 3 159 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsa) Continue hosting networking events and other community events for the MWBE program to increase stakeholder relationships and participation with the District.b) Continue to identify and evaluate efforts to increase workforce participation by women in the construction of CIRP projects. c) Continue to monitor MSD's Diversity Programs and report on progress.d) Continue to evaluate all investments made as part of the CBA and make adjustments to program and funding, as appropriate.e) Continue efforts to expand CBA participation on signatories, owners and minority organizations.f) Continue execution and evaluation of the SLATE First Source Hiring Program to provide opportunities for contractors to hire low income, unemployed and underemployed individuals for District projects.g) Begin the process to update the Disparity Study.h) Evaluate the effectiveness of the On The Job Training (OJT) programs for capital tunneling projects.i) Evaluate the effectiveness of the MSD Contractor Tunneling Training Program for capital tunneling projects.2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. c) Continue to evaluate results of occupational injury prevention program to mitigate “at risk” behaviors, and revise accordingly.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.f) Compile and analyze data to determine effectiveness of the Wellness Program.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needse) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.a) Finalize the hiring of an Information Governance (IG) Manager.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.2. Improve Organizational Effectiveness through Leadership Developmenta) Assess and modify as needed the "Effective Communication Leadership" training program.b) Implement leadership training classes.c) Implement leadership parameters for Senior Leadership Team involvement with future leaders. Human Resources FY18 Strategic Business PlanCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityFY18Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4160 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesHuman Resources FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q43. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.b) Automate and refine the orientation survey via the Learning Management System (LMS) as necessary.c) Implement changes to Civil Service Rulesd) Establish a Task Force to redesign the Performance Review System.161 ##The FY18 Budget of $8.8 million is $1.5 million lower The budget reflects a reduction of 9than the FY17 budget due to the reorganization full-time equivalent positions that areof the Diversity Division out of the Human now part of the Executive Director Department.Resources Department and into the ExecutiveDirector Department.Human Resources Department$0$1$2$3$4$5$6$7$8$9$10in millions05101520253035PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActualExpenses162 Human Resources DepartmentFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedTraining Division$ 896,990 $ 1,202,035 $ 1,346,954 $ 1,240,368$ 1,381,928$ 1,419,609 $ 1,465,141Benefits Division4,878,269 4,683,834 5,598,649 4,661,6275,520,8565,737,101 5,975,974Recruiting Division521,181 471,439 529,912 455,619539,689556,804 581,273Diversity Division 1,300,347 945,977 1,530,540 1,546,251000Risk Management Division 1,373,236 1,353,590 1,293,778 1,228,8941,357,4841,393,536 1,437,208TOTAL EXPENSES $ 8,970,023 $ 8,656,875 $ 10,299,833 $ 9,132,759$ 8,799,956$ 9,107,047 $ 9,459,597ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYTraining Division6.206.207.007.007.257.257.25Benefits Division4.204.204.004.004.254.254.25Recruiting Division5.205.205.005.004.254.254.25Diversity Division 9.209.209.009.000.000.000.00Risk Management Division 7.207.207.007.007.257.257.25TOTAL POSITIONS 32.00 32.00 32.00 32.0023.0023.0023.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ActualKey Performance MeasuresFY14 FY15FY16 FY16 FY17FY18FY19n/aMgt 23% minority, 54% Female - Professionals 37% both categories15%Mgt 16% minority; 33% Female- Professionals - 30% minority and 80% Female20%Goal moved to Executive Director DepartmentGoal moved to Executive Director Departmentn/a14%10%21%25%25%25%n/a15%25%14%20%20%20%n/a100 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 Incidences163 Training DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 742,481 $ 761,596 $ 891,311 $ 794,726$ 930,738$ 958,445 $ 986,87952000 Supplies 13,163 6,195 11,120 11,12010,92511,144 11,36653000 Usage 0 442 0 000054000 Contractual Services 141,347 433,802 444,523 434,523440,265450,020 466,89555000 Capital Outlay 0 0 0 0000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 896,990 $ 1,202,035 $ 1,346,954 $ 1,240,368$ 1,381,928$ 1,419,609 $ 1,465,141ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.401.401.501.501.50Professional3.403.404.204.204.254.254.25Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.401.401.401.401.501.501.50Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS6.206.207.007.007.257.257.25DESCRIPTION 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 development through the Educational Assistance Program; develop and/or administer technical and general training programs; and publish the monthly UPDATE newsletter.  164 Benefits DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,817,062 $ 4,601,445 $ 5,486,630 $ 4,537,935$ 5,373,136$ 5,585,477 $ 5,813,44352000 Supplies1,2622,3372,2202,2201,7251,7601,79553000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services59,945 80,052 109,799 121,473145,995149,865 160,73755000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,878,269 $ 4,683,834 $ 5,598,649 $ 4,661,627$ 5,520,856$ 5,737,101 $ 5,975,974ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative0.400.400.400.400.500.500.50Professional2.402.402.202.202.252.252.25Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.401.401.401.401.501.501.50Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS4.204.204.004.004.254.254.25DESCRIPTION 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, dental life, AD&D, long‐term disability, vacation, sick leave, compensatory time, benefitrelated policies, and administration and employee communication for the Pension and Deferred Compensation plans. 165 Recruiting Division FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 460,648 $ 406,215 $ 408,470 $ 344,377$ 421,489$ 435,290 $ 449,45552000 Supplies7,973 12,201 14,220 14,22016,17516,499 16,82853000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services52,560 53,023 107,223 97,023102,025105,016 114,99055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 521,181 $ 471,439 $ 529,912 $ 455,619$ 539,689$ 556,804 $ 581,273ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.400.400.400.500.500.50Professional2.402.403.203.203.253.253.25Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.401.401.401.400.500.500.50Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS5.205.205.005.004.254.254.25DESCRIPTION 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 foster and support positive employee relations. 166 Diversity DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 666,393 $ 775,791 $ 817,539 $ 854,799$0$0$052000 Supplies7,0885,7826,8956,39500053000 Usage3,0374,2285,1845,18400054000 Contractual Services623,829 160,176 700,923 679,87300055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,300,347 $ 945,977 $ 1,530,540 $ 1,546,251$0$0$0ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.401.400.000.000.00Professional2.402.401.201.200.000.000.00Technical4.004.005.005.000.000.000.00Administrative Support1.401.401.401.400.000.000.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS9.209.209.009.000.000.000.00Note: This division was reallocated to the Executive Director DepartmentDESCRIPTION OF SERVICESDevelop and administer policies, procedures and programs designed to support on‐going improvement of the District's commitment to inclusion in all its activities, and communicates these ideals to internal personnel and external stakeholders.  For internal personnel, services provided are administering and maintaining creation of Equal Employment  and Affirmative Action practices and policies; and  adherence to the District's minority and women business utilization objectives as applicable in  contracting and purchasing transactions.  For external stakeholders, comprised of minority and women business owners, services provided are beginning‐to‐end review of all applicable projects and  purchase orders for contract goal compliance, the use of effective sourcing techniques,  encouragement of inter‐business referrals, community outreach, and timely expenditure reporting.  167 Risk Management DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 642,465 $ 649,201 $ 669,206 $ 666,021$ 741,584$ 764,395 $ 787,63752000 Supplies28,639 15,269 15,520 15,52013,32513,592 13,86353000 Usage4,8205,0096,8006,8005,4005,4815,56354000 Contractual Services697,312 684,111 602,253 540,553597,175610,069 630,14455000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,373,236 $ 1,353,590 $ 1,293,778 $ 1,228,894$ 1,357,484$ 1,393,536 $ 1,437,208ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.401.401.401.401.501.501.50Professional5.405.405.205.205.255.255.25Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.400.400.400.400.500.500.50Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS7.207.207.007.007.257.257.25DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESDevelop and administer policies, procedures and programs designed to protect the District's assets by educating, 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 District 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  timely reports. 168 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY2051010 Salaries & Wages $1,924,441 $2,043,484 $2,156,292 $2,045,419 $1,652,809 $1,703,550 $1,755,849 51020 Overtime501 4,0561,9002,6001,6001,649 1,70051030 Compensatory Pay Accrual16,442(14,567) 11,280 (26,844) 11,640 11,997 12,36651040 Sick Leave Accrual857,264 825,228 911,520 810,407 940,200 969,064 998,81451050 Vacation Accrual936,331 669,175 901,200 796,732 929,640 958,180 987,59651060 Worker's Compensation Pay0 1,0630000051080 Floating Holiday Accrual55,347 6,0780 20,00400051100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards34,715 49,928 31,510 31,510 19,510 19,900 20,29851120 Membership & Licensing Fees15,066 18,493 16,285 16,285 11,285 11,511 11,74151130 Education Assistance Program134,489 116,215 172,000 172,000 172,000 175,440 178,94951210 FICA Taxes139,219 149,331162,605 144,353 123,832 127,507 131,42151220 Group Insurance1,160,715 1,173,242 1,095,011 1,030,286903,465 921,502 941,19551230 Pension Contribution314,647237,109 343,552 238,122 305,966 302,968 302,96851231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan0 85,2360 87,93400051234 EAP461 2,506 15,000 15,00000051240 Unemployment Insurance34,720 12,993 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,767 26,55951300 Other Post Employment Benefits1,687,819 1,814,266 2,430,000 1,789,051 2,370,000 2,514,570 2,667,95951510 Temporary Help16,87341300000Total Personnel Services$7,329,049 $7,194,248 $8,273,155 $7,197,858 $7,466,946 $7,743,606 $8,037,414 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts$46 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 52070 Hardware13805000052090 Electrical Supplies1,11114907000052100 Instrument Supplies3199870000052170 Safety Supplies4,843 4,7415,2006,1005,2005,304 5,41052220 Janitorial Supplies2500000052240 Hand Tools39700000052280 Uniforms440500000052300 Safety Footwear2,147 2,4523,2002,6502,0002,040 2,08152310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl1,846 1,158025000052320 Office Supplies5,211 4,3686,2006,200 18,450 18,819 19,19552330 Computer Supplies6,8544,2146,4006,4733,0003,060 3,12152340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital14,006 6,1032,5002,37700052370 Photo & Video Supplies3,2471,8091,6001,6002,0002,040 2,081Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionT2500 - Human Resources Department169 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected ProjectedFY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictFY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year ProjectionT2500 - Human Resources Department52380 Publications/Training Supplies 15,731 9,194 17,375 17,125 6,500 6,630 6,76352390 Administrative Supplies970 5,551 5,500 5,500 5,000 5,100 5,20252400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 1,317 1,050 1,500 1,080 0 0 0Total Supplies $58,125 $41,784 $49,975 $49,475 $42,150 $42,993 $43,853 53270 Telephone Usage$7,857 $9,679 $11,984 $11,984 $5,400 $5,481 $5,563 Total Usage$7,857 $9,679 $11,984 $11,984 $5,400 $5,481 $5,563 54050 Office System Services$47,447 $4,335 $45,000 $47,400 $0 $0 $0 54060 Printing Services8633726,5006,5006,5006,630 6,76354080 Advertising Services25,10211,142 35,000 34,800 30,000 30,600 31,21254100 Travel Expenses39,597 44,699 45,443 34,393 14,980 15,280 15,58554130 Bond & Liability Insurance(5,633)00000054140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees29,940 58,295 181,800 181,800 174,500 177,990 181,55054141 Required Training Programs111,811 172,194 169,000 169,000 169,000 172,380 175,82854160 Data Imaging Services2,4212,1692,8002,8002,8002,856 2,91354180 Courier And Freight60933760060048049049954190 Property & Other Space Rental3,265 2,3685,2505,2504,6004,692 4,78654390 Hospital & Medical Services141,066 129,609 175,200 122,000 136,000 138,720 141,49454520 Professional Service511,242297,532 521,726 492,500 314,400 324,488 362,47554530 Building Repairs & Services542,063 483,389 384,400 384,400 424,000 432,480 441,13054560 Motor Vehicle Services1,600 1,128001,2001,224 1,24854690 Safety Services2,505 4,4937,0007,0007,0007,140 7,28354710 Community Outreach Programs121,094 199,100 385,000 385,000000Total Contractual Services$1,574,992 $1,411,164 $1,964,719 $1,873,443 $1,285,460 $1,314,969 $1,372,766 Total T2500 - Human Resources Department General Fund Operating Expense$8,970,023 $8,656,876 $10,299,833 $9,132,760 $8,799,956 $9,107,049 $9,459,597 170 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET171 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 172 Finance Mission Manage the District’s costs and revenues to improve financial performance. Fiscal Year 2016 Accomplishments 1. Received the Government Finance Officers’ Association (GFOA) award for Distinguished Budget Presentation for the 30th consecutive year. Strategy 2, Objective 2 2. Received the GFOA award for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the 29th consecutive year. Strategy 2, Objective 2 3. Received the GFOA award for Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR) for the 5th consecutive year. Strategy 1, Objective 1 4. Completed the FY15 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. Continued work to review, identified gaps and corrected asset attributes post Oracle go-live in GIS and Maximo. Strategy 3, Objective 6 6. Maintained an average of 95% District competitive spend rate despite emergency expenditures due to historic December 2015 flood. Strategy 2, Objective 2 7. Managed 390 Blanket contracts with > 7,200 lines. Strategy 2, Objective 2 8. Completed the 18 month implementation to upgrade the District’s 10-year old Billing and Collection system. Strategy 3, Objective 3 9. Completed the 2015 Rate Commission Process and received Board approval of a 4-year rate plan. Strategy 2, Objective 2 10. Achieved IVR self-service completion rate of 57% which exceeds the industry average of 35%. Strategy 3, Objective 7 11. Increased customer assistance program enrollment by 33% since September 2015 ECIS System go-live date. Strategy 1, Objective 1 12. Developed Asset Management System requirements for Finance Division needs. Strategy 5, Objective 3 173 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programsg) Plan for and implement activities for the Stormwater Rate Commission 3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsa) Continue hosting networking events and other community events for the MWBE program to increase stakeholder relationships and participation with the District.d) Continue to evaluate all investments made as part of the CBA and make adjustments to program and funding, as appropriate.2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts1.Increase Collection of Delinquent Revenuea) Continue implementing pilot water shutoff solution to increase collection of delinquent sewer charges.b) Evaluate additional water shut-off options.c) Continue to assess and modify collection process to achieve net average collection period for receivables to 45 days or less.2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. b) Assess multi-channel e-commerce strategies for billing and payment promotion and incorporate new technologies.d) Evaluate refunding opportunities to refinance debt service cost.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa) Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory requirements.b) Manage District’s key financial ratios to maintain current bond ratings and Consent Decree compliance.c) Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements.d) Pursue external sources of funding, where available.e) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.f) Develop stormwater rate proposal for submission to the Rate Commission.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting Business Process Improvementsa) Implement software solution and complete organizational changes required to fully benefit from the software and business process improvements.b) Begin post-implementation review to assess improvements gained as a result of the new Development Review/Permitting business process improvements.2.Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process Improvementsa) Perform cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of the System Upgrade and the implementation of the Title Quote software solution.4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).5.Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)a) Develop interfaces and reporting to maintain data synchronization between systems (Oracle, GIS and Maximo).b) Continue to load assett attributes and valuation information into Oracle.6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.Finance FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4174 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesFinance FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.c) Assess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers.51. Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY 2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues and existing fund balances.b) Continue implementation of stormwater O&M program commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues similar to the existing CMOM program for wastewater.2.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated wastewater revenues. Continue to analyze results of completed program and identify potential modifications to the Remedial Requirements of the Consent Decree.d) Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree are met and propose changes as warranted.3.Implement Asset Management Program a) Continue Phase 3 critical infrastructure asset management plan within plants and pump stations.4.Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management Plana) Define scope of the centralized responsibility model for the creation and management of facility maintenance plans and schedules for all locations.5.Implement a Land Utilization Plana) Take results of input from municipal and neighborhood outreach to assess interest in ownership of surplus properties and develop plans for property disposal that takes into account cost and risk for the District.b) Dispose of surplus properties per plan with the help of outside contract assistance.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.3. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability175 The Finance FY18 Budget of $20.3 million represents an overall decrease This budget reflects the elimination of oneof $0.2 million from the FY17 Budget. The majority of the decrease is full-time equivalent from the Purchasingunder Contractual Services. In FY17, the District renegotiated it'sDivision.contracts for Collection Services. The new contracts and lower thanexpected collections reduced the cost of this service.Finance Department 010203040506070PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual$0$5$10$15$20$25in millionsExpenses176 Finance DepartmentFY15 FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedAccounting Division$ 1,588,488$ 1,535,209 $ 1,710,135 $ 1,624,332$ 1,873,090$ 1,932,458 $ 1,923,718Purchasing Division 2,589,611 1,915,472 2,138,648 1,966,1832,162,2042,892,316 2,898,614Accounts Receivable Division 18,518,030 16,341,778 16,684,594 15,796,83616,265,38016,572,777 16,862,953TOTAL EXPENSES $ 22,696,134 $19,792,459 $ 20,533,379 $ 19,387,352$ 20,300,675$ 21,397,550 $ 21,685,282ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYAccounting Division18.00 20.00 20.0020.0020.0020.00 20.00Purchasing Division 12.00 12.00 12.0012.0011.0011.00 11.00Accounts Receivable Division 38.00 35.00 34.0034.0034.0034.00 34.00TOTAL POSITIONS 68.00 67.00 66.0066.0065.0065.00 65.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ForecastKey Performance MeasuresFY14 FY15FY16FY16FY17FY18FY1996%97% >95%95%>95% >95% >95%93%91% >/= 80%91% >/= 80% >/= 80% >/= 80%51 days 61 days 45 days 58 days 45 days 45 days 45 daysNon-capital Competitive PurchasingOverall Quality of Service by A/R based on Customer SurveysAverage Collection PeriodGoal177 Accounting Division FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,402,352 $ 1,447,525 $ 1,645,313 $ 1,573,150$ 1,738,941$ 1,795,627 $ 1,855,51752000 Supplies9,1338,538 12,0659,4729,84710,044 10,24453000 Usage46751560060060060961854000 Contractual Services176,537 78,632 52,158 41,109123,703126,178 57,33855000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,588,488 $ 1,535,209 $ 1,710,135 $ 1,624,332$ 1,873,090$ 1,932,458 $ 1,923,718ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.672.672.672.672.672.672.67Professional9.0010.0010.0010.0011.0011.0011.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support6.337.337.337.336.336.336.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 18.0020.0020.0020.0020.0020.0020.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Accounting function ensures that District payments and receipts are properly authorized, recorded and reported in accordance with District policy and generally accepted accounting principals. Accounting is responsible for the integrity of the District's Financial data and reporting, both internal and external to ensure financial statements are accurately reported and timely prepared.  In addition, Accounting provides periodic financial reports reflecting the District's current financial position. This division annually prepares the District's Operating Budget, Debt Service and  Capital Improvement and Replacement Program. 178 Purchasing DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 923,160 $ 951,677 $ 1,040,226 $ 974,368$ 958,374$ 1,676,524 $ 1,730,57952000 Supplies70,203 60,230 70,027 64,90465,63266,945 68,28453000 Usage249,828 236,670 269,880 254,926262,880266,823 270,82654000 Contractual Services1,346,422 666,895 758,514 671,985875,318882,024 828,92555000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,589,612 $ 1,915,472 $ 2,138,648 $ 1,966,183$ 2,162,204$ 2,892,316 $ 2,898,614ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.672.672.672.671.671.671.67Professional3.003.003.003.003.003.003.00Technical2.002.002.002.003.003.003.00Administrative Support4.334.334.334.333.333.333.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS12.0012.0012.0012.0011.0011.00 11.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe 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 supplyof goods and services at the best cost.  The division is responsible for the timely disposal of property and equipment that has been declared surplus to the District's needs.  The Central Services  element of the division is responsible for mail distribution throughout the  District and the  facilities management of the District's headquarters.  179 Accounts Receivable DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,672,048 $ 2,557,654 $ 2,400,755 $ 2,424,383$ 2,326,381$ 2,167,364 $ 2,240,79552000 Supplies13,830 12,151 14,312 10,59716,13116,453 16,78253000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services15,832,155 13,771,973 14,269,527 13,361,85713,922,86814,388,959 14,605,37555000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 18,518,032 $ 16,341,778 $ 16,684,594 $ 15,796,836$ 16,265,380$ 16,572,777 $ 16,862,953ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative4.673.673.673.673.673.673.67Professional1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support32.3330.3329.3329.3329.3329.3329.33Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 38.0035.0034.0034.0034.0034.0034.00DESCRIPTION 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 cash necessary to operate, maintain and replace the wastewater and stormwater facilities. 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  against the property served, use of outside collection agencies and by termination  of service when possible.  180 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T4000 - Finance Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $3,123,424 $3,190,432 $3,557,731 $3,202,005 $3,416,240 $3,814,927 $3,932,045 51020 Overtime 116,131 160,415 41,998 192,056 63,864 44,159 45,515 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 80 2,394 0 4,385 0 0 0 51100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards 170 0 0 0 0 0 0 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 5,651 7,826 11,704 9,906 9,456 9,645 9,838 51210 FICA Taxes 234,443 250,932 272,280 237,001 263,457 287,781 296,615 51220 Group Insurance 481,133 460,626 519,664 488,878 556,463 666,621 721,727 51230 Pension Contribution 592,544 482,551 635,917 428,970 661,716 762,270 765,379 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 83,473 0 107,431 0 0 0 51234 EAP 940 911 0 0 0 0 0 51510 Temporary Help 443,044 317,295 47,000 301,269 52,500 54,112 55,773 Total Personnel Services $4,997,560 $4,956,856 $5,086,294 $4,971,901 $5,023,697 $5,639,515 $5,826,891 52010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases $719 $0 $1,400 $1,400 $1,000 $1,020 $1,040 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 52040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Capital 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 52070 Hardware 60 158 0 0 0 0 0 52090 Electrical Supplies 3,401 3,460 2,400 1,016 2,400 2,448 2,497 52100 Instrument Supplies 81 0 0 24 0 0 0 52120 Laboratory Supplies 0 53 0 0 0 0 0 52150 Plumbing Supplies (382)732 2,400 0 0 1 1 52170 Safety Supplies 54 0 0 81 0 0 0 52220 Janitorial Supplies 22,236 31,246 31,200 35,000 35,000 35,700 36,414 52240 Hand Tools 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 52280 Uniforms 474 508 552 450 250 255 260 52300 Safety Footwear 197 528 600 200 400 408 416 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 882 24 330 0 300 306 312 52320 Office Supplies 31,279 30,662 44,025 34,755 38,740 39,515 40,305 52330 Computer Supplies 1,963 1,703 1,100 790 1,410 1,438 1,467 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 16,981 2,584 2,110 1,190 575 587 598 52360 Grounds Supplies 1,522 428 0 0 0 0 0 181 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T4000 - Finance Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 3,523 3,141 487 2,487 1,029 1,050 1,071 52390 Administrative Supplies 8,534 5,213 9,800 7,515 10,505 10,715 10,929 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 1,609 476 0 40 0 0 0 Total Supplies $93,166 $80,919 $96,404 $84,973 $91,609 $93,442 $95,311 53060 Electric Usage $234,920 $222,958 $252,000 $245,000 $245,000 $248,675 $252,405 53080 Water Usage 8,792 9,569 9,960 5,467 9,960 10,109 10,261 53270 Telephone Usage 6,582 4,658 8,520 5,059 8,520 8,648 8,778 Total Usage $250,294 $237,185 $270,480 $255,526 $263,480 $267,432 $271,444 54010 Postage $1,549,245 $1,857,040 $2,093,879 $2,000,020 $2,075,000 $2,116,500 $2,158,830 54050 Office System Services 2,657 468 5,600 5,600 600 612 624 54060 Printing Services 384,170 700,385 613,300 562,000 577,600 589,152 600,935 54080 Advertising Services 94,125 114,139 146,150 135,500 125,150 127,653 130,206 54100 Travel Expenses 14,325 11,973 25,663 21,385 18,454 18,823 19,199 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 8,130 3,983 17,930 13,895 22,545 22,996 23,456 54160 Data Imaging Services 18,845 13,780 17,525 20,300 20,000 20,400 20,808 54180 Courier And Freight 5,870 5,320 5,505 6,045 6,100 6,222 6,346 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 34,276 53,701 61,220 57,740 61,896 63,134 64,397 54350 Lockbox Services 1,073,315 1,243,113 1,248,654 1,255,354 1,370,000 1,397,400 1,425,348 54420 Court Costs & Lien Fees 398,054 (244,477) 250,000 250,000 250,000 255,000 260,100 54450 Collection Services 5,134,639 4,715,526 5,488,035 4,600,000 4,911,045 5,196,900 5,300,838 54470 Water Agency Data Services 495,840 472,673 510,700 510,700 510,700 520,914 531,332 54520 Professional Service 7,271,613 5,254,394 4,256,160 4,317,570 4,656,200 4,738,524 4,619,828 54530 Building Repairs & Services 608,630 92,616 100,200 92,000 90,000 91,800 93,636 54540 Janitorial Services 163,086 136,459 138,000 138,000 135,000 137,700 140,454 54550 Grounds Services 29,878 33,518 36,000 33,000 35,000 35,700 36,414 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 873 574 0 192 0 0 0 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 2,516 1,847 4,578 6,000 2,000 2,040 2,081 54600 Electrical Repair Services 2,045 3,036 4,200 3,000 3,100 3,162 3,225 54620 Plumbing Services 25,681 17,419 16,000 16,000 10,000 10,200 10,404 182 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T4000 - Finance Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54630 HVAC Services 32,257 21,853 33,750 25,000 33,000 33,660 34,333 54650 Waste Hauling 4,494 4,524 3,500 3,500 5,000 5,100 5,202 54660 Ash Hauling 0 3,296 0 0 0 0 0 54670 Other Governmental Fees 50 100 150 150 0 0 0 54690 Safety Services 500 240 3,500 2,000 3,500 3,570 3,641 Total Contractual Services $17,355,114 $14,517,499 $15,080,199 $14,074,951 $14,921,890 $15,397,161 $15,491,638 Total T4000 - Finance Department General Fund Operating Expense $22,696,133 $19,792,459 $20,533,378 $19,387,351 $20,300,675 $21,397,551 $21,685,284 183 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 184 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 2016 Accomplishments 1. Completed the implementation of the software project to upgrade the District’s current billing and collections platform to Vertex’s eCIS+ system. The project was successfully implemented on 9/1/15 and the District’s approximately 425,000 residential and commercial customers now receive improved bills that can be delivered in a variety of options other than traditional paper format via US mail. New system features were implemented to assist the District with its collection efforts on delinquent sewer charges. (Strategy 3, Objective 3) 2. Continued District-wide work efforts to design and implement an enforceable records management program that reflects the District's organizational requirements and addresses compliance and risk mitigation issues. During this fiscal year, a data map of District records was compiled as well as a catalog of the District's software systems to determine functionality and future ECM software requirements. A consultant firm is engaged with the District and will be working in FY17 to finalize and deploy the Records Retention/Disposition Schedule as well as the Legal Hold Policy so that it can be communicated and used within the enterprise. (Strategy 3, Objective 5) 3. The District's Data Center facility at 2350 Market Street is in process of moving to a regional colocation facility (Regional Justice Information Systems - REJIS). This is being done to address deficiencies with the current site/facility and to ensure that District's critical computing assets are physically secure, fire/earthquake protected and network redundant. During FY16, the IS Department worked with REJIS and other vendors to plan for the move of the current data center. New network equipment was put in place to connect all MSD facilities to the REJIS colocation facility. The IS team has validated the new network connectivity using test servers moved to the colocation facility and will move the first production equipment at the end of FY16. It is anticipated that all computing equipment in scope for this effort will be moved to the REJIS facility in the first quarter of 2017. (Strategy 5, Objective 6) 185 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. b) Assess multi-channel e-commerce strategies for billing and payment promotion and incorporate new technologies.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.g) Implement internal audit recommendations relating to Fleet Management process.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needse) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting Business Process Improvementsa) Implement software solution and complete organizational changes required to fully benefit from the software and business process improvements.b) Begin post-implementation review to assess improvements gained as a result of the new Development Review/Permitting business process improvements.c) Continue implementation of paperless process utilizing tools as supported by good business processes.d) Develop and conduct customer survey of user community.2.Implement E-CIS (Billing and Collection) Business Process Improvementsa) Perform cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of the System Upgrade and the implementation of the Title Quote software solution.3.Implement Fleet Management Business Process Improvementa) Complete cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of implementation of the software solution and fleet management business process improvements,4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).5.Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)a) Develop interfaces and reporting to maintain data synchronization between systems (Oracle, GIS and Maximo).b) Continue to load assett attributes and valuation information into Oracle.6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.6.Enhance Reliability of Information Technology Infrastructurea) Assess results of data center co-location effort and determine strategy / approach (i.e. on premise, cloud, hosting) to refresh aging or end-of-life IT hardware, software and detwork assets.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.3. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.Information Systems FY18 Strategic Business PlanCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and AccountabilityFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4186 The FY18 Budget of $14.0 million represents a net increase This budget reflects the addition of oneof $0.2 million over the FY17 Budget. An increase of full-time equivalent in FY18. The new position$0.5 million in Personnel Services is offset by budgeted will be an Assistant Director of Information Systems.savings of $0.3 million in Supplies.Information Systems Department $0$2$4$6$8$10$12$14$16$18in millionsExpenses01020304050PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual187 Information Systems DepartmentFY15 FY16 FY17 FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARY Actual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected ProjectedBusiness Integration Division $ 2,683,905 $ 2,867,222 $ 3,197,140 $ 2,967,300$ 3,196,984$ 3,314,942 $ 3,414,029ES Retooling 1,567,979 1,665,574 1,601,222 1,595,4011,547,0201,865,529 1,914,732Application Services Division 4,256,721 4,044,590 4,166,180 4,490,2514,258,4285,764,698 4,852,956Technical Services Division 4,506,707 4,409,118 4,808,608 4,785,7024,960,8676,176,557 5,659,247TOTAL EXPENSES $ 13,015,311 $ 12,986,504 $ 13,773,150 $ 13,838,652$ 13,963,301$ 17,121,722 $ 15,840,964ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYBusiness Integration Division 16.67 18.67 19.67 19.6720.0020.00 20.00E S Retooling 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Application Services Division 12.67 12.67 12.67 12.6713.0013.00 13.00Technical Services Division 13.67 10.67 10.67 10.6711.0011.00 11.00TOTAL POSITIONS 43.00 42.00 43.00 43.0044.0044.00 44.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual Goal ActualKey Performance Measures FY14 FY15 FY16 FY16 FY17 FY18 FY1995% 96% 100% 98% 100% 100% 100%GoalOverall Quality of Service by Help Desk188 Business Integration Division FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,356,889 $ 2,561,286 $ 2,925,215 $ 2,697,375$ 3,103,284$ 3,219,386 $ 3,316,58052000 Supplies21,988 175,175 164,050 164,05036,05036,771 37,50653000 Usage4,3894,943 5,600 3,6003,6003,654 3,70954000 Contractual Services282,639 41,049 63,275 63,27554,05055,131 56,23455000 Capital Outlay18,000 84,768 39,000 39,000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,683,905 $ 2,867,222 $ 3,197,140 $ 2,967,300$ 3,196,984$ 3,314,942 $ 3,414,029ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.331.331.331.331.671.671.67Professional15.0017.00 18.00 18.0018.0018.00 18.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative 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 16.6718.67 19.67 19.6720.0020.00 20.00DESCRIPTION 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 perform reliably 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 contribute to MSD achieving its strategy of operational effectiveness. The Business Integration  team works with cross‐divisional teams to ensure the successful delivery of projects  and implementation of business processes. 189 ES RetoolingFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,266,183 $ 1,579,302 $ 1,575,097 $ 1,574,526$ 1,521,020$ 1,589,009 $ 1,637,68152000 Supplies23,8087,7133,950 2,7003,9504,0294,11053000 Usage000000054000 Contractual Services259,988(6,209) 22,175 18,17522,050272,491 272,94155000 Capital Outlay18,00084,76800000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,567,979 $ 1,665,574 $ 1,601,222 $ 1,595,401$ 1,547,020$ 1,865,529 $ 1,914,732ALLOCATED 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 POSITIONS0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe ES Retooling team provides technical support for the enterprise business   applications that are in use at MSD. 190 Application Services Division FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,970,414 $ 2,082,404 $ 2,043,263 $ 2,022,834$ 2,066,060$ 2,153,493 $ 2,222,03752000 Supplies78,539 17,556 52,450 226,95052,450428,499 54,56953000 Usage1,202 3,687 1,140 1,1402,0402,070 2,10154000 Contractual Services2,146,028 1,856,175 2,069,327 2,239,3272,137,8782,830,636 2,574,24955000 Capital Outlay60,539 84,768000350,0000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,256,721 $ 4,044,590 $ 4,166,180 $ 4,490,251$ 4,258,428$ 5,764,698 $ 4,852,956ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.331.331.331.331.671.671.67Professional11.00 11.00 11.00 11.0011.0011.00 11.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative 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 12.67 12.67 12.67 12.6713.0013.00 13.00DESCRIPTION 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 input and requirements in order to design, develop and support MSD's business application 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. 191 Technical Services DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,992,175 $ 1,798,525 $ 1,676,653 $ 1,726,906$ 2,081,000$ 2,165,873 $ 2,232,35452000 Supplies406,054 282,112 246,099 162,495106,306108,432 110,60153000 Usage591,521 744,021 758,731 803,809785,256797,035 808,99054000 Contractual Services1,509,481 1,499,692 1,777,125 1,742,4921,898,3052,374,941 2,413,66655000 Capital Outlay7,476 84,768 350,000 350,00090,000730,276 93,636TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,506,707 $ 4,409,118 $ 4,808,608 $ 4,785,702$ 4,960,867$ 6,176,557 $ 5,659,247ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.331.331.331.331.671.671.67Professional8.005.005.005.005.005.005.00Technical4.004.004.004.004.004.004.00Administrative 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 13.67 10.67 10.6710.6711.0011.0011.00DESCRIPTION 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  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 phones) in accordance with established service levels.  The team is challenged with  providing technology solutions that lay a foundation for future growth as well as improve the quality of the user/customer experience.  192 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T4500 - Information Systems Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $2,931,963 $2,929,143 $3,670,882 $2,958,088 $3,749,180 $3,936,042 $4,056,879 51020 Overtime 5,309 10,431 9,900 9,592 9,900 10,204 10,517 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 4,067 1,108 0 0 0 0 0 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 818 2,475 2,703 2,703 2,409 2,457 2,506 51210 FICA Taxes 221,939 220,326 278,004 214,213 285,254 298,721 307,892 51220 Group Insurance 341,454 326,742 418,998 316,446 447,444 490,028 530,311 51230 Pension Contribution 573,234 524,341 651,317 561,525 799,603 805,972 806,171 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 50,049 0 43,529 0 0 0 51234 EAP 553 533 0 0 0 0 0 51510 Temporary Help 3,506,324 3,956,369 3,188,425 3,915,546 3,477,575 3,584,337 3,694,376 Total Personnel Services $7,585,661 $8,021,517 $8,220,228 $8,021,641 $8,771,366 $9,127,760 $9,408,652 52070 Hardware $0 $384 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 52090 Electrical Supplies 489 444 0 0 0 0 0 52100 Instrument Supplies 0 491 0 0 0 0 0 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 4,762 1,895 4,500 4,495 4,500 4,590 4,682 52320 Office Supplies 6,055 751 2,300 2,300 2,300 2,346 2,393 52330 Computer Supplies 232,811 250,059 292,729 452,293 128,306 505,872 133,490 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 259,578 201,319 135,940 67,207 16,000 16,320 16,646 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 24,328 25,425 26,180 26,250 42,750 43,605 44,477 52390 Administrative Supplies 2,035 1,787 4,900 3,650 4,900 4,998 5,098 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 330 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total Supplies $530,388 $482,556 $466,549 $556,195 $198,756 $577,731 $206,786 53270 Telephone Usage $597,112 $752,651 $765,471 $808,549 $790,896 $802,759 $814,800 Total Usage $597,112 $752,651 $765,471 $808,549 $790,896 $802,759 $814,800 54050 Office System Services $2,646,607 $3,032,219 $3,156,547 $3,344,817 $3,254,543 $3,673,136 $3,739,529 54080 Advertising Services 3,585 4,222 4,703 4,703 4,703 4,797 4,892 54100 Travel Expenses 18,949 24,601 42,000 38,300 35,300 36,006 36,726 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 82,805 81,405 94,900 89,400 92,400 94,248 96,133 193 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T4500 - Information Systems Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54180 Courier And Freight 800 2,286 0 0 0 0 0 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 9,592 12,590 10,200 9,753 1,200 1,224 1,248 54520 Professional Service 1,385,650 218,923 623,552 575,091 724,138 1,723,788 1,438,560 54530 Building Repairs & Services 38,859 12,675 0 1,195 0 0 0 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 6,843 226 0 10 0 0 0 54600 Electrical Repair Services 4,444 1,561 0 0 0 0 0 Total Contractual Services $4,198,135 $3,390,707 $3,931,902 $4,063,269 $4,112,284 $5,533,199 $5,317,089 55110 Computer Equipment $104,014 $339,074 $389,000 $389,000 $90,000 $1,080,276 $93,636 Total Capital Outlay $104,014 $339,074 $389,000 $389,000 $90,000 $1,080,276 $93,636 Total T4500 - Information Systems Department General Fund Operating Expense $13,015,311 $12,986,504 $13,773,149 $13,838,654 $13,963,301 $17,121,725 $15,840,964 194 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET195 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 196 Engineering Mission To responsibly deliver and regulate stormwater and wastewater facilities to protect the water environment. Fiscal Year 2016 Accomplishments 1. Completed a $3 million 5-year Green Infrastructure Pilot Program, and submitted the CSO Volume Reduction Green Infrastructure Pilot Report by the Consent Decree due date, with final approval from the US EPA on the final revision dated April 15, 2016. The CSO Volume Reduction Green Infrastructure Pilot Report included the Final Implementation Plan for the $100 million CSO Volume Reduction Green Infrastructure Program. (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 2. Following the declaration of an emergency at the Fenton and Grand Glaize Wastewater Treatment Plants on December 31, 2015 and on January 5, 2016 at the Missouri River WWTP due to the flood damage associated with the record rainfalls in December 2015, the Construction Management staff oversaw the emergency construction contracts required to make repairs to these facilities. This rain event caused partial flooding at Missouri River and Grand Glaize and the total inundation of the Fenton facility. Through the combined efforts of Engineering and Operations staff and the emergency contractors, the District was able to achieve the following milestone dates: Missouri River WWTP Solids Handling operations was placed back into service on January 11, 2016; Grand Glaize primary treatment process was placed back in service on January 6, 2016 with secondary going online the week of January 17, 2016; bypass pumping around the Fenton WWTP was initiated on January 4, 2016 with primary treatment being placed back in service on February 12, 2016, followed by secondary treatment on March 17, 2017 and ultraviolet disinfection process being place into service on March 31, 2016. MSD's hard work and good communication throughout the restoration efforts were recognized by a letter of appreciation from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 3. Continued to implement projects related to Project Clear and the Stormwater Program. Improved the water quality in the Deer Creek, Fee Fee Creek, Gingras Creek, Gravois Creek and University City Branch of River Des Peres watersheds with the removal of a total of thirteen (13) Sanitary Sewer Overflow point as a result of the completion of nine (9) capital construction projects. Appropriated $40 million for design work, and awarded 125 new construction contracts totaling $279 million. Completed construction of the $13.3 million Lemay WWTP Secondary Improvements Project prior to the December 31, 2015 Consent Decree compliance date (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 4. Continued ongoing State Revolving Fund low interest loan program administration. Submitted application in FY16 to MDNR for $82.4 Million in additional loan funding. Added 14 CIPP construction projects to the program in FY16. Obtained $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) 197 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programsa) Implement strategies identified for the next phase of MSD’s Project Clear based on the established 90-day model. b) Maintain relationships with additional stakeholders with message synergy to educate and inform on MSD's mission.c) Maintain communications and relationships with stakeholders regarding MSD issues, with a focus on stormwater funding and Project Clear activities.d) Continue to refine and implement strategies and identify the required resources for future phases of public communication and outreach programs.e) Continue implementation of recommendations for public outreach programs to reduce nutrients in wastewater and stormwater, consistent with the Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy. f) Continue outreach and education to obtain feedback on possible enhancements to stormwater services and method of revenue collection.g) Plan for and implement activities for the Stormwater Rate Commission c) Enhance relationships with local governments through briefings on projects and other topics of mutual concern, with focus on expanding peer to peer relationships with staff counterparts. 3.Execute Diversity and Outreach Programsa) Continue hosting networking events and other community events for the MWBE program to increase stakeholder relationships and participation with the District.b) Continue to identify and evaluate efforts to increase workforce participation by women in the construction of CIRP projects. i) Evaluate the effectiveness of the MSD Contractor Tunneling Training Program for capital tunneling projects.2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impacts2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. c) Continue to evaluate results of occupational injury prevention program to mitigate “at risk” behaviors, and revise accordingly.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa) Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory requirements.c) Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements.d) Pursue external sources of funding, where available.e) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.f) Develop stormwater rate proposal for submission to the Rate Commission.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 1. Implement Regional Development Review/Permitting Business Process Improvementsa) Implement software solution and complete organizational changes required to fully benefit from the software and business process improvements.b) Begin post-implementation review to assess improvements gained as a result of the new Development Review/Permitting business process improvements.c) Continue implementation of paperless process utilizing tools as supported by good business processes.d) Develop and conduct customer survey of user community.4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.Engineering FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4198 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunEngineering FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).5.Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)a) Develop interfaces and reporting to maintain data synchronization between systems (Oracle, GIS and Maximo).b) Continue to load assett attributes and valuation information into Oracle.6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.41.Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory Issuesa) Advocate in regulatory stakeholder groups created to address nutrient criteria, ammonia criteria, bacteria criteria, wet weather issues, Impaired Waters (303d) Listing & Methodology and other changes to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) effluent regulations and water quality standards.b) Advocate in state and local environmental and economic organizations such as the Association of Missouri Cleanwater Agencies (AMCA).c) Advocate in the Water Environment Federation (WEF), Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) and the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) on water quality issues.d) Participate in the National Stormwater Rule rulemaking and advocate for a rule that is based on sound science and can be supported at sustainable funding levels.e) Identify upcoming regulatory issues for FY 2018 and develop an appropriate strategy.f) Maintain a dialog with the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on critical water quality issues in the St. Louis area.2.Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed Planninga) Evaluate and report on upcoming regulatory issues that need Integrated Watershed Planning.b) Work with MDNR to develop scientifically-based Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) with reasonable implementation plans for the St. Louis area.c) Determine if an update to the Clean Water Act Section 201 Areawide Facility Plan, regarding regionalization of wastewater treatment is needed to implement recommendations from ammonia and nutrient study. 51. Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY 2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues and existing fund balances.b) Continue implementation of stormwater O&M program commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues similar to the existing CMOM program for wastewater.2.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated wastewater revenues. Continue to analyze results of completed program and identify potential modifications to the Remedial Requirements of the Consent Decree.b) Finalize plan to adjust the use of Watershed Consultants to best fit the changing CIRP needs.c) Continue the implementation of specific green infrastructure projects in accordance with the approved program.d) Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree are met and propose changes as warranted.Promote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementAddress Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Program199 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May JunEngineering FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4e) Implement enhanced floodproofing measures at flood sensitive assets to mitigate risks.f) Update solids handling plan and adjust the capital program accordingly.g) Revise capital program and operations to address future nutrient requirements and plant operating strategies.3.Implement Asset Management Program a) Continue Phase 3 critical infrastructure asset management plan within plants and pump stations.5.Implement a Land Utilization Plana) Take results of input from municipal and neighborhood outreach to assess interest in ownership of surplus properties and develop plans for property disposal that takes into account cost and risk for the District.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.3. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.Create a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability200 Engineering's FY18 Budget of $26.1 million represents The number of full-time equivalents in the a decrease of $0.1 million from the FY17 Budget. WhileEngineering Department did not changePersonnel Services increased by $0.8 million for Pension,for FY18.Group Insurance, and Salaries & Wages the Supplies,Contractual Services, and Capital Outlay budgets allwere reduced.Engineering$0$5$10$15$20$25$30in millionsExpenses050100150200250PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual201 Engineering DepartmentFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedDesign Division$ 5,080,591 $ 5,248,919 $ 5,840,015 $ 5,194,189$5,921,473$ 6,102,183 $ 6,287,650Planning Division 7,333,011 7,450,716 8,136,923 7,500,7918,168,6828,462,271 8,669,254Construction Management Division 5,630,923 5,927,975 6,165,317 5,937,4046,382,0936,647,011 6,869,025Environmental Compliance Division 4,795,706 5,042,550 6,067,761 5,771,6915,590,9755,758,054 5,932,956TOTAL EXPENSES $ 22,840,231 $ 23,670,163 $ 26,210,017 $ 24,404,076$26,063,223$ 26,969,519 $ 27,758,885ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYDesign Division 50.50 50.50 53.50 53.5052.5052.50 52.50Planning Division 71.50 71.50 72.50 72.5072.5072.50 72.50Construction Management Division 62.50 62.50 62.50 62.5063.5063.50 63.50Environmental Compliance Division 50.50 50.50 49.50 49.5049.5049.50 49.50TOTAL POSITIONS 235.00 235.00 238.00 238.00238.00238.00 238.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActualActual GoalActualKey Performance MeasuresFY14FY15FY16FY16FY17FY18FY19n/an/a <12% Grease 12% Grease <12% Grease <12% Grease <12% Grease81%81%≥75%78%≥75%≥75%≥75%88%89% >95%93%>95%>95% >95%n/a91%90% <45 Days90% 90% <45 Days90% <45 Days90% <45 DaysGoalMaintenance Related Sewer OverflowsConstruction Budget PerformanceDevelopment Review Project ApprovalConstruction Schedule Compliance202 Design DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,958,390 $ 5,054,375 $ 5,554,439 $ 4,951,161$ 5,746,462$ 5,923,716 $ 6,105,65852000 Supplies23,172 17,431 26,435 23,36820,15020,553 20,96453000 Usage8,799 10,779 8,960 8,9608,7608,8919,02554000 Contractual Services90,230 166,334 144,231 176,750146,101149,023 152,00355000 Capital Outlay00 105,950 33,950000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,080,591 $ 5,248,919 $ 5,840,015 $ 5,194,189$ 5,921,473$ 6,102,183 $ 6,287,650ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative9.259.258.258.259.259.259.25Professional23.00 23.00 24.00 24.0024.0024.0024.00Technical16.00 16.00 19.00 19.0017.0017.0017.00Administrative Support2.252.252.252.252.252.252.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 50.50 50.50 53.50 53.5052.5052.5052.50DESCRIPTION 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 repair programs. 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 or supplement 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.  203 Planning DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 7,038,314 $ 7,173,028 $ 7,722,189 $ 7,187,965$ 7,873,227$ 8,115,262 $ 8,361,87452000 Supplies81,425 61,967 55,640 53,37339,99040,790 41,60653000 Usage4,619 1,4531,700 1,7001,1001,1171,13354000 Contractual Services208,653 214,268 357,394 257,754254,365305,102 264,64155000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 7,333,011 $ 7,450,716 $ 8,136,923 $ 7,500,791$ 8,168,682$ 8,462,271 $ 8,669,254ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative11.25 11.2511.25 11.2511.2511.2511.25Professional34.00 34.0035.00 35.0035.0035.0035.00Technical12.00 12.0011.00 11.0011.0011.0011.00Administrative Support14.25 14.2515.25 15.2515.2515.2515.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 71.50 71.5072.50 72.5072.5072.5072.50DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Planning Division consists of long and short range planning for sanitary, storm and combined  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  section which includes the plan review and permitting of all private developments and municipal improvements for combined, sanitary and stormwater drainage systems and providing general sewer  information 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  applications, various budget related duties, contract preparation, and departmental reporting.  204 Construction Management Division FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 5,312,405 $ 5,547,448 $ 5,837,520 $ 5,628,805$ 6,122,691$ 6,382,614 $ 6,599,53552000 Supplies120,771 99,425 102,662 94,03397,31699,262 101,24853000 Usage21,125 33,451 32,448 30,00038,50039,078 39,66454000 Contractual Services176,622 247,650 192,687 184,567123,586126,058 128,57955000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,630,923 $ 5,927,975 $ 6,165,317 $ 5,937,404$ 6,382,093$ 6,647,011 $ 6,869,025ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative5.255.255.255.255.255.255.25Professional6.006.006.006.005.005.005.00Technical48.00 48.0048.00 48.0050.0050.0050.00Administrative Support3.253.253.253.253.253.253.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 62.50 62.5062.50 62.5063.5063.5063.50DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe 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 submittal requirements.   205 Environmental Compliance DivisionFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,183,479 $ 4,387,128 $ 4,703,584 $ 4,457,217$ 4,884,002$ 5,036,972 $ 5,197,48452000 Supplies329,110 323,693 701,396 458,183360,997368,217 375,58153000 Usage6,553 6,671 5,912 6,0006,1526,2446,33854000 Contractual Services247,111 247,097 537,869 770,291303,824309,900 316,09855000 Capital Outlay29,454 77,961 119,000 80,00036,00036,720 37,454TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,795,706 $ 5,042,550 $ 6,067,761 $ 5,771,691$ 5,590,975$ 5,758,054 $ 5,932,956ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative5.255.255.255.255.255.255.25Professional19.00 19.00 17.00 17.0016.0016.0016.00Technical22.00 22.00 23.00 23.0025.0025.0025.00Administrative Support3.253.253.253.253.253.253.25Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance1.001.001.001.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 50.50 50.50 49.50 49.5049.5049.5049.50DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESEnvironmental Compliance Division is responsible for providing environmental regulatory assistance and enforcement for the District and consists of three sections: Laboratory Operations, Industrial  Pretreatment and Compliance Programs.  Laboratory Operations is responsible for the analysis of wastewater, stream and sludge samples other 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 administers MSD's Field Monitoring Program which includes the monitoring of stream, SSO's, CSO's and green infrastructure and the Cost Recovery Programs which include the Hauled Waste Program, Return Factor Program and Special Discharge Program.  Compliance Programs is responsible for implementation of MSD's Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit, Emergency Response, Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Program, Regulatory Affairs and other MSD environmental compliance programs.  206 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T8000 - Engineering Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $15,155,084 $15,601,497 $16,761,614 $15,594,281 $16,822,960 $17,378,281 $17,911,795 51020 Overtime 186,773 135,321 141,705 127,000 139,440 143,721 148,133 51025 Labor Cost Allocation (186,176)0 0 0 0 0 0 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 1,126 5,952 0 616 0 0 0 51060 Worker's Compensation Pay 0 1,722 0 0 0 0 0 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 9,636 9,696 13,372 13,097 13,103 13,328 13,558 51210 FICA Taxes 1,134,254 1,161,548 1,282,898 1,162,077 1,289,546 1,320,245 1,360,777 51220 Group Insurance 2,067,969 2,057,106 2,199,105 2,098,076 2,356,344 2,559,542 2,771,067 51230 Pension Contribution 3,076,230 2,842,899 3,365,037 2,871,165 3,950,269 3,987,046 4,001,090 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 246,557 0 285,836 0 0 0 51234 EAP 3,463 3,518 0 0 0 0 0 51510 Temporary Help 44,227 96,163 54,000 73,000 54,720 56,400 58,131 Total Personnel Services $21,492,588 $22,161,979 $23,817,731 $22,225,148 $24,626,382 $25,458,564 $26,264,551 52010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases $6,389 $5,595 $7,600 $6,050 $6,300 $6,426 $6,555 52020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip 0 34 0 20 0 0 0 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 1,236 6,936 7,800 7,420 7,800 7,956 8,115 52040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Capital 21,765 13,558 28,300 20,000 21,400 21,828 22,265 52050 Construction & Bldg Supplies 41,500 47,278 52,100 52,050 65,100 66,402 67,730 52070 Hardware 2,167 5,907 13,500 7,200 300 306 312 52080 Hose Supplies 1,694 2,119 2,740 2,500 2,640 2,693 2,747 52090 Electrical Supplies 4,144 4,877 4,170 4,200 4,670 4,763 4,859 52100 Instrument Supplies 12,947 20,006 10,760 20,150 20,800 21,216 21,640 52110 Chemical Supplies 90,817 87,364 100,000 90,000 90,000 91,800 93,636 52120 Laboratory Supplies 121,074 120,932 117,284 120,020 121,486 123,916 126,394 52130 Engineering & Drafting Supply 1,394 1,545 3,250 2,000 3,250 3,315 3,381 52160 Paint Supplies 35 170 0 20 0 0 0 52170 Safety Supplies 12,580 12,637 12,106 12,400 12,256 12,501 12,751 52220 Janitorial Supplies 3,392 2,245 4,100 3,100 3,100 3,162 3,225 52240 Hand Tools 3,840 1,899 1,100 1,150 1,000 1,020 1,040 52280 Uniforms 14,521 17,299 20,358 17,960 19,411 19,799 20,195 207 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T8000 - Engineering Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 52300 Safety Footwear 17,604 15,989 20,400 17,900 20,100 20,502 20,912 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 372 2,155 1,625 1,625 1,500 1,530 1,561 52320 Office Supplies 36,636 37,682 43,250 40,750 40,000 40,800 41,616 52330 Computer Supplies 93,289 62,551 391,500 161,500 29,700 30,294 30,900 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 43,620 20,759 22,790 20,790 29,590 30,182 30,785 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 551 21 1,200 600 800 816 832 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 5,240 5,563 8,100 9,100 8,200 8,364 8,531 52390 Administrative Supplies 5,764 4,020 4,100 4,050 3,650 3,723 3,797 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 11,907 3,376 8,000 6,400 5,400 5,508 5,618 Total Supplies $554,478 $502,516 $886,133 $628,955 $518,453 $528,822 $539,399 53060 Electric Usage $798 $211 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 53070 Natural Gas Usage 696 54 0 0 0 0 0 53270 Telephone Usage 39,601 52,090 49,020 46,660 54,512 55,330 56,160 Total Usage $41,096 $52,354 $49,020 $46,660 $54,512 $55,330 $56,160 54010 Postage $0 $0 $0 $50 $0 $0 $0 54050 Office System Services 52,067 56,571 92,000 54,420 15,000 15,300 15,606 54060 Printing Services 11,231 13,433 16,710 13,800 14,410 14,698 14,992 54080 Advertising Services 2,528 2,566 59,750 29,000 28,750 29,325 29,912 54100 Travel Expenses 202,794 248,836 260,004 244,595 189,944 193,743 197,618 54120 Photo Services 0 0 300 300 200 204 208 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 34,569 39,524 49,970 31,600 41,560 42,391 43,239 54160 Data Imaging Services 21,607 8,575 44,000 20,800 38,800 39,576 40,368 54180 Courier And Freight 41,984 43,292 42,000 41,900 41,850 42,687 43,541 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 93,027 82,692 64,600 59,600 70,000 71,400 72,828 54420 Court Costs & Lien Fees 2,384 1,918 2,800 2,800 2,800 2,856 2,913 54440 Easement Acquisitions/Fees 14,623 30,992 15,000 18,000 15,000 15,300 15,606 54520 Professional Service 75,730 150,891 382,500 677,000 177,500 226,700 184,671 54530 Building Repairs & Services 7,795 3,455 500 11,500 1,000 1,020 1,040 54540 Janitorial Services 31,860 35,380 37,000 37,000 41,000 41,820 42,656 208 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T8000 - Engineering Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 13,066 9,315 8,448 9,148 11,712 11,946 12,185 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 832 1,894 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,530 1,561 54580 Equipment Rental 1,365 1,401 4,000 2,000 2,000 2,040 2,081 54610 Instrument Repair Services 46,909 43,497 60,800 50,200 51,000 52,020 53,060 54630 HVAC Services 0 38,620 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,264 3,329 54640 Damage Repairs & Services 0 0 7,000 1,000 7,000 7,140 7,283 54650 Waste Hauling 12,409 8,305 18,150 18,000 19,150 19,533 19,924 54670 Other Governmental Fees 2,789 1,267 5,950 5,950 3,000 3,060 3,121 54680 Laboratory Testing Services 34,525 31,758 35,000 35,000 35,000 35,700 36,414 54700 Asbestos Removal Services 3,978 7,540 0 0 0 0 0 54710 Community Outreach Programs 13,847 13,628 19,000 20,000 15,500 15,810 16,126 54720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying 700 0 2,000 1,000 1,000 1,020 1,040 Total Contractual Services $722,616 $875,350 $1,232,182 $1,389,363 $827,876 $890,084 $861,322 55060 Motor Vehicles $0 $0 $72,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 55080 Instruments & Apparatus 29,454 77,961 139,000 100,000 36,000 36,720 37,454 55090 Furniture & Office Equipment 0 0 4,950 4,950 0 0 0 55110 Computer Equipment 0 0 9,000 9,000 0 0 0 Total Capital Outlay $29,454 $77,961 $224,950 $113,950 $36,000 $36,720 $37,454 Total T8000 - Engineering Department General Fund Operating Expense $22,840,231 $23,670,160 $26,210,016 $24,404,076 $26,063,223 $26,969,519 $27,758,885 209 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 210 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 2016 Accomplishments AWARDS (Strategy 5, Objective 3) 1. NACWA Awards for compliance including Platinum Awards for Fenton and Lower Meramec Treatment Plants, Gold Awards for Lemay, Grand Glaize, Missouri River and Coldwater Treatment Plants, and a Silver Award for Bissell Treatment Plant. 2. 2016 Outstanding Mechanical Installation Award for Lemay 1 pump station and Redundant Force Main from the Mechanical Contractors Association. 3. 2016 Outstanding Mechanical Installation Award from the Associated General Contractors at the Coldwater Treatment Plant. 4. Coldwater Treatment Plant also received the Grand Conceptor Award for Engineering Excellence from the American Council of Engineering Companies. 5. Bissell Treatment Plant was awarded the Large Facility Safety Award by Missouri Water Environment Association for 2016. PROJECTS (Strategy 5, Objective 3) 1. Missouri River Treatment Plant successfully completed 10-years of construction improvements. 2. Bissell and Lemay Treatment Plants successfully constructed and implemented scrubber systems to comply with the SSI MACT for air emission requirements. 3. Lemay Treatment Plant successfully completed a secondary expansion to increase the capacity from 167 MGD to 210 MGD. 4. All Treatment Plants initiated a comprehensive Asset Management program. 5. Lemay and Bissell Treatment Plants conducted multiple tours of their facilities. 211 Operations Department Fiscal Year 2016 Accomplishments (continued) CONSENT DECREE (CMOM) ACTIVITIES (Strategy 5, Objective 2) 1. 17,607 Manhole Inspections (goal 15,000) 2. 3,619 Manhole Rehabs (goal 1,500) 3. 472 miles of pipe CCTV inspection (goal 280) 4. 54.1 miles of Force Main inspections (goal 23.5) 5. 10.4 miles of non-destructive testing Force Main inspections (goal 10.4) 6. 100% of Pump Station inspections completed 7. 702 miles of pipe cleaned <21” non-PVC (goal 724.1) 8. 399.2 miles of pipe cleaned <21” PVC (goal 183.6) 9. 27.1 miles of pipe cleaned >21” 10. 86.4% on-time emergency response (goal 85%) 11. 356 Basement backups (goal <424) COMMUNICATIONS (Strategy 6, Objective 1) 1. Satisfaction with the overall quality of service provided over the phone by Field Service 2. Satisfaction with the overall quality of service provided over the phone by MSD, Field Only 3. Publication of two articles in trade journals FLEET MANAGEMENT BUSINESS PROCESS IMPROVEMENT (Strategy 3, Objective 4) 1. Implemented the Maximo Fleet Transportation module 2. Upgraded GPS and Fleet Fueling Systems 212 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesJul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun1 Educate and Partner with Stakeholders to Build Support1.Execute Community Outreach Programsa) Implement strategies identified for the next phase of MSD’s Project Clear based on the established 90-day model. c) Maintain communications and relationships with stakeholders regarding MSD issues, with a focus on stormwater funding and Project Clear activities.e) Continue implementation of recommendations for public outreach programs to reduce nutrients in wastewater and stormwater, consistent with the Missouri Nutrient Reduction Strategy. g) Plan for and implement activities for the Stormwater Rate Commission 2 Manage the District's Costs and Revenues to Optimize Financial Impactsa) Continue implementing pilot water shutoff solution to increase collection of delinquent sewer charges.2.Identify and Implement Cost Savings Initiativesa) Maintain annual operating budgets that are aligned with Approved Rate Commissions report. c) Continue to evaluate results of occupational injury prevention program to mitigate “at risk” behaviors, and revise accordingly.e) Investigate appropriate benchmarks that could be used to drive cost savings.g) Implement internal audit recommendations relating to Fleet Management process.3.Maximize Long-Term Financing Plans for District Needsa) Manage capital program (wastewater and stormwater) within supporting revenue, while assuring Consent Decree and regulatory requirements.c) Manage multi-decade financing plan to support current and future requirements.e) Continue development and implementation of predictive analytics to enhance financial forecasting used in strategic decision making.f) Develop stormwater rate proposal for submission to the Rate Commission.3 Integrate and Improve the District's Business Processes 3.Implement Fleet Management Business Process Improvementa) Complete cost/benefit analysis to assess improvements gained as a result of implementation of the software solution and fleet management business process improvements,4. Implement Information Governance Program That Meeds the District's Records & Information discovery, compliance and Information Security Policies.c) Continue training and phased implementation of the "Physical Record Cleanup" pursuant to the Records Retention Schedule (RRS).5.Integrate Asset Information Across Systems (Oracle, Maximo and GIS)a) Develop interfaces and reporting to maintain data synchronization between systems (Oracle, GIS and Maximo).b) Continue to load assett attributes and valuation information into Oracle.6. Implement Customer Service Business Process Improvementsa) Create and document a customer service strategy / plan to address prioritized customer service improvement opportunities.b) Identify and document technology enablers (e.g. customer service applications) that are needed to implement prioritized customer service improvements.c) Assess feasibility of consolidated response for service delivery for delinquent customers.41.Participate in Stakeholder Groups to Develop Sound Technical Basis for Regulatory Issuesd) Participate in the National Stormwater Rule rulemaking and advocate for a rule that is based on sound science and can be supported at sustainable funding levels.2.Promote Appropriate Regulatory and Legislative Initiative to Allow for Integrated Watershed PlanningOperations FY18 Strategic Business PlanPromote Appropriate Standards Through Proactive Regulatory and Legislative InvolvementFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4213 DistrictStrategiesObjectives MilestonesOperations FY18 Strategic Business PlanFY18Q1Q2Q3Q4b) Work with MDNR to develop scientifically-based Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) with reasonable implementation plans for the St. Louis area.c) Determine if an update to the Clean Water Act Section 201 Areawide Facility Plan, regarding regionalization of wastewater treatment is needed to implement recommendations from ammonia and nutrient study. 51. Implement Stormwater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY 2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues and existing fund balances.b) Continue implementation of stormwater O&M program commensurate with anticipated stormwater revenues similar to the existing CMOM program for wastewater.2.Implement Wastewater Operating and Capital Improvement Programa) Implement the FY2018 CIRP commensurate with anticipated wastewater revenues. Continue to analyze results of completed program and identify potential modifications to the Remedial Requirements of the Consent Decree.b) Finalize plan to adjust the use of Watershed Consultants to best fit the changing CIRP needs.d) Continue to monitor progress and adjust resources, schedule, delivery method and funding as needed to ensure that CMOM requirements per the Consent Decree are met and propose changes as warranted.e) Implement enhanced floodproofing measures at flood sensitive assets to mitigate risks.f) Update solids handling plan and adjust the capital program accordingly.g) Revise capital program and operations to address future nutrient requirements and plant operating strategies.3.Implement Asset Management Program a) Continue Phase 3 critical infrastructure asset management plan within plants and pump stations.4.Implement Comprehensive Facility Maintenance Management Plana) Define scope of the centralized responsibility model for the creation and management of facility maintenance plans and schedules for all locations.61.Increase Organizational Performance through Improved Communicationa) Perform District-wide assessment of progress with regard to communication effectiveness of Let's Talk initiatives.b) Continue implementation and assess effectiveness of digital tools to facilitate internal communication.3. Increase Individual Accountability and Job Satisfaction Through Continual Performance Coaching and Traininga) Implement SBOP and revised District Policies into applicable training programs and performance review documents.Address Customer and Regulatory Needs Through a Comprehensive Infrastructure Management ProgramCreate a Learning- and Business-Oriented Culture Based on Competency and Accountability214 The FY18 Budget of $112.3M represents a $2.2M increase This budget reflects a net decrease of sevenover the FY17 Budget. The increase is comprised of $3.0M full-time equivalent positions. Four newfor Personnel Services, primarily the result of higher positions for increased stormwater servicesGroup Insurance and Pension expenses. Capital Outlay and three treatment plant operators. Fourteenalso increased by $0.5 million due to the need to buildflow monitor positions were eliminated, and thata new garage. Offsetting these increases are savings in work will be outsourced.Supplies expenses of $1.3 million.Operations Department$0$20$40$60$80$100$120in millionsExpenses0100200300400500600700PersonnelProjectedBudgetForecastActual215 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActualBudget ForecastBudget Projected ProjectedSupport Services$ 15,011,063 $ 14,800,072 $ 15,940,501 $ 15,562,359$ 15,995,859$ 16,190,361 $ 16,582,083Collection System Facilities 29,196,802 31,334,247 35,194,007 33,022,02236,843,10537,241,877 38,697,187Treatment Plants42,644,037 42,767,917 45,666,438 45,023,38345,769,42546,892,939 47,954,035Pump Stations15,653,803 14,076,581 13,323,342 13,416,41713,672,20313,955,968 14,280,522TOTAL EXPENSES $ 102,505,705 $ 102,978,817 $ 110,124,288 $ 107,024,187$ 112,280,592$ 114,281,143 $ 117,513,827ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYSupport Services56.0058.0057.0057.0057.0057.0057.00Collection System Facilities 293.00 294.00332.00 332.00320.00320.00320.00Treatment Plants182.00 179.00179.00 179.00185.00185.00185.00Pump Stations64.0072.0049.0049.0048.0048.0048.00TOTAL POSITIONS 595.00 603.00617.00 617.00610.00610.00610.00PERFORMANCE MEASURESActual ActualGoalActualKey Performance MeasuresFY14FY15FY16FY16FY17FY18FY1990.0%88.0%≥ 90% 81.0%≥ 90%≥ 90%≥ 90%182 216<162 annually (2.5 per 100 miles of pipe)199<162 annually (2.5 per 100 miles of pipe)<162 annually (2.5 per 100 miles of pipe)<162 annually (2.5 per 100 miles of pipe)344 292<424 annually (<1 in a 1000 customers356<424 annually (<1 in a 1000 customers<424 annually (<1 in a 1000 customers<424 annually (<1 in a 1000 customers99.9% 100.0%100.0% 99.9% 100.0% 100.0%100.0%8.2 8.3 ≥ 8 out of 108.3 ≥ 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 Backups216 Support Services FY15FY16FY17 FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 5,380,339 $ 5,558,346 $ 5,674,827 $ 5,546,343$ 6,130,114$ 6,120,360 $ 6,311,16352000 Supplies4,485,937 4,094,172 4,851,144 4,523,7264,903,6285,003,231 5,103,29653000 Usage102,260 92,275 99,769 93,70194,84696,269 97,71354000 Contractual Services2,106,558 2,011,868 1,606,761 1,758,7981,617,2711,655,502 1,688,61255000 Capital Outlay2,935,970 3,043,411 3,708,000 3,639,7923,250,0003,315,000 3,381,300TOTAL EXPENSES $ 15,011,063 $ 14,800,072 $ 15,940,501 $ 15,562,359$ 15,995,859$ 16,190,361 $ 16,582,083ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative6.0011.007.007.007.007.007.00Professional5.001.006.006.006.006.006.00Technical9.007.007.007.007.007.007.00Administrative Support13.0016.0013.00 13.0014.0014.00 14.00Skilled/Craft17.0014.0017.00 17.0017.0017.00 17.00Service/Maintenance6.009.007.007.006.006.006.00TOTAL POSITIONS 56.0058.0057.00 57.0057.0057.00 57.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESSupport Services 1)  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.   217 Administrative Support GroupFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,695,289 $ 2,891,521 $ 3,042,727 $ 2,935,131$ 3,367,582$ 3,275,973 $ 3,379,61952000 Supplies3,811,177 3,525,863 4,268,100 3,928,1184,333,1604,419,823 4,508,22053000 Usage7,853 9,273 8,975 8,9756,6006,699 6,79954000 Contractual Services1,343,821 1,037,295 776,714 856,954708,350728,402 742,97055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 7,858,140 $ 7,463,952 $ 8,096,516 $ 7,729,177$ 8,415,692$ 8,430,898 $ 8,637,609ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative3.003.003.003.003.003.003.00Professional0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative 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 4.004.004.004.004.004.004.00218 Operations Support GroupFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActualActualBudget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 947,171 $ 871,073 $ 769,288 $ 763,001$ 817,362$ 841,236 $865,48152000 Supplies1,3211,8822,5502,5501,8003,3663,43353000 Usage3,0573,3723,0003,0002,4002,4362,47354000 Contractual Services334,142 385,409 391,760 391,763392,070399,911 407,91055000 Capital Outlay0000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 1,285,690 $ 1,261,738 $ 1,166,598 $ 1,160,314$ 1,213,632$ 1,246,949 1,279,296ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.007.003.003.003.003.003.00Professional5.001.006.006.006.006.006.00Technical9.007.007.007.007.007.007.00Administrative Support12.0015.0012.0012.0013.0013.0013.00Skilled/Craft0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance6.006.007.007.006.006.006.00TOTAL POSITIONS 34.0036.0035.0035.0035.0035.0035.00219 Facilities, Garage and Shops DivisionFY15FY16 FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudgetProjected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 1,737,879 $ 1,795,751 $ 1,862,812 $ 1,848,211$ 1,945,170$ 2,003,151 $ 2,066,06252000 Supplies673,439 566,427 580,494 593,058568,668580,042 591,64353000 Usage91,350 79,629 87,794 81,72685,84687,134 88,44154000 Contractual Services428,595 589,164 438,287 510,081516,851527,188 537,73255000 Capital Outlay2,935,970 3,043,411 3,708,000 3,639,7923,250,0003,315,000 3,381,300TOTAL EXPENSES $ 5,867,234 $ 6,074,382 $ 6,677,387 $ 6,672,868$ 6,366,535$ 6,512,515 $ 6,665,177ALLOCATED 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/Craft17.00 14.00 17.0017.0017.0017.00 17.00Service/Maintenance0.003.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 18.00 18.00 18.0018.0018.0018.00 18.00220 Collection System FacilitiesFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 24,141,074 $ 25,799,133 $ 28,298,259 $ 26,361,341$ 29,389,330$ 30,426,590 $ 31,453,26252000 Supplies2,735,633 2,416,857 3,476,243 2,767,6832,856,2862,913,106 2,971,36853000 Usage192,030 212,644 260,836 253,217230,948233,681 237,18754000 Contractual Services2,063,434 2,776,377 3,049,220 3,386,9103,518,2403,561,706 3,481,44055000 Capital Outlay64,631 129,236 109,450 252,871848,301106,794 553,930TOTAL EXPENSES $ 29,196,802 $ 31,334,247 $ 35,194,007 $ 33,022,022$ 36,843,105$ 37,241,877 $ 38,697,187ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative20.00 24.00 22.00 22.0021.0021.00 21.00Professional10.00 10.00 16.00 16.0011.0011.00 11.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft214.00 210.00 249.00 249.00229.00229.00 229.00Service/Maintenance49.00 50.00 45.00 45.0059.0059.00 59.00TOTAL POSITIONS 293.00 294.00 332.00 332.00320.00320.00 320.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESCollection System Facilities The 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.  221 Sulphur Collection System FacilityFY15 FY16 FY17 FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARY Actual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services $ 7,404,576 $ 9,122,853 $ 9,551,084$9,146,037$ 9,744,090$ 10,035,192 $ 10,372,55452000 Supplies 928,757 1,012,743 1,603,200 1,129,9351,199,5001,223,490 1,247,96053000 Usage 71,141 85,821 137,900 135,000110,000111,650 113,32554000 Contractual Services 748,250 1,011,803 1,107,560 1,366,8001,316,8601,292,197 1,318,04155000 Capital Outlay 46,578 17,955 6,500 04,5004,590 4,682TOTAL EXPENSES $ 9,199,303 $ 11,251,175 $ 12,406,244$11,777,772$ 12,374,950$ 12,667,119 $ 13,056,562ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative 6.00 9.00 8.00 8.007.007.00 7.00Professional 2.00 2.00 7.00 7.003.003.00 3.00Technical 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 66.00 65.00 79.00 79.0081.0081.00 81.00Service/Maintenance 17.00 16.00 18.00 18.0016.0016.00 16.00TOTAL POSITIONS 91.00 92.00 112.00 112.00107.00107.00 107.00222 Mintert Collection System Facility FY15 FY16 FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 8,904,726 $ 8,496,251 $ 9,351,464 $ 8,859,636$ 10,093,561$ 10,547,616 $ 10,897,17052000 Supplies922,722 772,739 926,422 907,898870,775884,825 902,52153000 Usage82,428 79,515 72,892 71,37273,61273,985 75,09554000 Contractual Services577,813 901,404 918,140 917,1401,072,6601,094,215 1,116,10055000 Capital Outlay00 59,200 59,200789,80047,124 48,066TOTAL EXPENSES $ 10,487,689 $ 10,249,908 $ 11,328,118 $ 10,815,246$ 12,900,408$ 12,647,765 $ 13,038,953ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative7.007.007.007.007.007.007.00Professional4.004.004.004.004.004.004.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft77.00 79.00 83.0083.0077.0077.0077.00Service/Maintenance18.00 15.00 15.0015.0023.0023.0023.00TOTAL POSITIONS 106.00 105.00 109.00 109.00111.00111.00 111.00223 Grand Glaize Collection System Facility FY15 FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 7,831,772 $ 8,180,028 $ 9,395,711 $ 8,355,667$ 9,551,679$ 9,843,782 $ 10,183,53852000 Supplies884,154 631,375 946,621 729,850786,011804,791 820,88753000 Usage38,460 47,309 50,044 46,84547,33648,046 48,76754000 Contractual Services737,371 863,170 1,023,520 1,102,9701,128,7201,175,294 1,047,30055000 Capital Outlay18,053 111,281 43,750 193,67154,00155,080 501,182TOTAL EXPENSES $ 9,509,810 $ 9,833,163 $ 11,459,645 $ 10,429,003$ 11,567,747$ 11,926,993 $ 12,601,673ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative7.008.007.007.007.007.007.00Professional4.004.005.005.004.004.004.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft71.00 66.00 87.0087.0071.0071.0071.00Service/Maintenance14.00 19.00 12.0012.0020.0020.0020.00TOTAL POSITIONS 96.00 97.00 111.00 111.00102.00102.00 102.00224 Treatment PlantsFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 16,197,445 $ 16,309,215 $ 17,386,974 $ 16,877,141$ 18,541,966$ 19,032,557 $ 19,645,66752000 Supplies6,538,879 6,645,358 7,073,509 6,647,4796,686,5526,859,959 7,003,43853000 Utilities12,157,667 11,424,845 12,447,922 12,268,50812,496,33412,641,117 12,829,98454000 Contractual Services6,760,802 7,606,927 8,518,033 8,711,5647,725,0738,033,416 8,142,53955000 Capital Outlay989,245 781,573 240,000 518,691319,500325,890 332,408TOTAL EXPENSES $ 42,644,037 $ 42,767,917 $ 45,666,438 $ 45,023,383$ 45,769,425$ 46,892,939 $ 47,954,035ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative16.0016.00 16.00 16.0016.0016.00 16.00Professional5.005.005.005.005.005.005.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft130.00 134.00 126.00 126.00129.00129.00 129.00Service/Maintenance31.0024.00 32.00 32.0035.0035.00 35.00TOTAL POSITIONS 182.00 179.00 179.00 179.00185.00185.00 185.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESTreatment Plants The seven treatment plants serve five watersheds and include two of the largest facilities 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.  225 Bissell Point Treatment PlantFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 5,201,741 $ 5,254,795 $ 5,752,500 $ 5,356,623$ 5,964,229$ 6,125,037$6,322,14952000 Supplies2,791,107 3,360,438 3,360,131 3,214,6383,264,9623,370,586 3,444,27753000 Usage5,237,184 4,959,100 5,200,315 5,064,4185,219,5045,296,750 5,375,45154000 Contractual Services1,904,822 2,060,419 2,462,622 2,442,0172,363,0682,571,229 2,567,86355000 Capital Outlay428,139 42,0510 239,941000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 15,562,993 $ 15,676,803 $ 16,775,568 $ 16,317,637$ 16,811,764$ 17,363,601$17,709,740ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.005.005.00 5.00Professional1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft41.0038.0041.0041.0041.0041.00 41.00Service/Maintenance14.0014.0015.0015.0016.0016.00 16.00TOTAL POSITIONS 61.0058.0062.0062.0063.0063.00 63.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESBissell Point is the largest wastewater treatment plant in Missouri.  Treating an aveage of 128 million gallons of wastewater per day and 89 dry tons of sludge per day, it handles the majority of St. Louis'  high strength industrial wastewater. The plant serves 88 square mile Bissell Watershed consisting of the northern half of the City of St. Louis as well as the northeastern portions of St. Louis County.   The plant's secondary treatment is a biologicaltreatment process consisting of trickling filters.  The  Disinfection Process uses sodium hypochlorate before discharging to the Mississippi River.  Sludge is thinckened and dewatered using belt filter presses.  Bissell Point incinerates all solids produced from its wastewater treatment processes as well as all solids from the Distirct's Coldwater Creek Plant.  The plant staff is also responsible for the operation and maintenance of the MSD incinerator ash  disposal site.  226 Lemay Treatment PlantFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 4,942,931 $ 4,804,008 $ 5,099,499 $ 5,055,053$ 5,405,579$ 5,601,655 $ 5,787,70052000 Supplies1,572,421 948,071 1,245,943 1,126,0011,188,6331,212,406 1,236,65453000 Usage2,694,541 2,513,405 2,966,525 2,919,7382,961,1073,005,524 3,050,60654000 Contractual Services1,720,088 1,659,081 2,015,637 2,108,1161,895,5591,936,620 1,978,59755000 Capital Outlay231,255 414,368 240,000 268,850269,000274,380 279,868TOTAL EXPENSES $ 11,161,236 $ 10,338,933 $ 11,567,604 $ 11,477,758$ 11,719,878$ 12,030,585 $ 12,333,425ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative5.005.005.005.005.005.005.00Professional1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft35.00 42.00 34.0034.0033.0033.00 33.00Service/Maintenance14.007.00 14.0014.0016.0016.00 16.00TOTAL POSITIONS 55.00 55.00 54.0054.0055.0055.00 55.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESLemay is the second largest treatment plant in Missouri treating an average flow of 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. 227 Coldwater Creek Treatment PlantFY15 FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,430,991 $ 1,489,164 $ 1,546,021 $ 1,546,808$ 1,707,747$ 1,756,815 $ 1,810,60052000 Supplies300,378 367,486 414,900 414,900400,970408,989 417,16953000 Usage919,021 906,599 938,640 938,640980,050994,751 1,009,67254000 Contractual Services492,406 467,750 534,411 534,411452,166461,209 470,43455000 Capital Outlay32,660000000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 3,175,456 $ 3,231,000 $ 3,433,972 $ 3,434,759$ 3,540,933$ 3,621,764 $ 3,707,875ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Professional1.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft14.00 12.00 12.00 12.0013.0013.0013.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 17.00 14.00 14.00 14.0015.0015.0015.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESColdwater Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant treats an average of 26 mgd.  It serves the Coldwater Watershed of northern St. Louis County utilizing activated sludge secondary treatment and sodium hypochlorate for disinfection and  discharges to the Coldwater Creek and ultimately the Missouri River. Solids are pumped to the Bissell Point Plant for processing.228 Missouri River Treatment PlantFY15 FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,671,128 $ 1,790,874 $ 1,801,727 $ 1,909,059$ 1,986,653$ 2,046,288 $ 2,111,75852000 Supplies864,659 1,019,214 1,003,600 993,700805,900822,018 838,45853000 Usage1,082,985 988,865 1,072,200 1,072,2001,086,0001,102,290 1,118,82454000 Contractual Services1,071,504 1,502,055 1,219,381 1,219,3811,192,4591,216,308 1,240,63455000 Capital Outlay13,970(270)0 9,900000TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,704,246 $ 5,300,738 $ 5,096,908 $ 5,204,240$ 5,071,012$ 5,186,904 $ 5,309,675ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative1.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Professional0.001.001.001.001.001.001.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft17.00 16.00 15.00 15.0016.0016.00 16.00Service/Maintenance1.001.002.002.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS 19.00 19.00 19.00 19.0019.0019.00 19.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe 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 process that produces methane gas which generates electricity to run plant equipment.  The digested sludge is dsposed or either by land application or in landfills. 229 Meramec Watershed Treatment PlantsFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,950,654 $ 2,970,374 $ 3,187,227 $ 3,009,598$ 3,477,757$ 3,502,762 $ 3,613,46152000 Supplies1,010,314 950,149 1,048,935 898,2401,026,0871,045,960 1,066,87953000 Usage2,223,936 2,056,875 2,270,242 2,273,5122,249,6732,241,803 2,275,43054000 Contractual Services1,571,981 1,917,622 2,285,982 2,407,6391,821,8211,848,049 1,885,01055000 Capital Outlay283,221 325,4240050,50051,510 52,540TOTAL EXPENSES $ 8,040,106 $ 8,220,444 $ 8,792,386 $ 8,588,989$ 8,625,838$ 8,690,085 $ 8,893,321ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative3.003.003.003.003.003.003.00Professional2.002.002.002.002.002.002.00Technical0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft23.0026.0024.0024.0026.0026.0026.00Service/Maintenance2.002.001.001.002.002.002.00TOTAL POSITIONS 30.0033.0030.0030.0033.0033.0033.00DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe 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  average 34 mgd with full secondary treatment and disinfection.  Sludge at all plants  is thickened and dewatered using belt filter presses and disposed of at landfills. 230 Pump StationsFY15FY16 FY17 FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 6,790,890 $ 5,740,653 $ 5,522,436 $ 5,463,758$ 5,786,455$ 5,930,328 $ 6,112,46052000 Supplies2,452,765 1,165,860 1,377,169 1,405,6151,031,6551,052,288 1,073,33453000 Usage3,148,599 3,591,205 3,299,910 3,275,5593,564,6003,618,069 3,672,34054000 Contractual Services3,169,024 3,092,058 2,674,027 2,861,4642,674,4922,727,982 2,782,54255000 Capital Outlay92,524 486,805 449,800 410,021615,000627,300 639,846TOTAL EXPENSES $ 15,653,803 $ 14,076,581 $ 13,323,342 $ 13,416,417$ 13,672,203$ 13,955,968 $ 14,280,522ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative6.006.005.005.005.005.005.00Professional7.006.004.004.005.005.005.00Technical0.003.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft47.00 45.00 39.00 39.0037.0037.00 37.00Service/Maintenance4.00 12.001.001.001.001.001.00TOTAL POSITIONS 64.00 72.00 49.00 49.0048.0048.00 48.00 DESCRIPTION OF SERVICESThe Pump Station Division operates and maintains 42 flood protection stations, 25 major interceptor stations, 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. 231 Bissell Pump StationFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,397,346 $ 1,459,443 $ 1,444,338 $ 1,407,457$ 1,455,588$ 1,489,977 $ 1,535,03152000 Supplies337,299 292,719 421,914 441,085381,941389,580 397,37153000 Usage402,037 426,122 392,915 377,333400,963406,978 413,08254000 Contractual Services696,337 835,688 743,085 797,522642,845655,702 668,81655000 Capital Outlay18,969 21,794 99,800 99,800220,000224,400 228,888TOTAL EXPENSES $ 2,851,989 $ 3,035,766 $ 3,102,052 $ 3,123,197$ 3,101,337$ 3,166,637 $ 3,243,189ALLOCATED 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 12.00 12.0012.0011.0011.00 11.00Service/Maintenance1.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 13.00 13.00 13.0013.0012.0012.00 12.00232 Lemay Pump StationFY15FY16 FY17FY17FY18FY19 FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,685,300 $ 1,616,844 $ 1,629,826 $ 1,640,587$ 1,750,361$ 1,792,775$1,848,67452000 Supplies 217,559 227,881 403,908 404,184206,908211,046 215,26753000 Usage 1,843,832 2,184,830 2,036,904 2,032,8522,252,4102,286,196 2,320,48954000 Contractual Services 773,435 742,412 522,747 562,624577,130588,673 600,44655000 Capital Outlay 9,455 164,397 20,000 20,00070,00071,400 72,828TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,529,581 $ 4,936,365 $ 4,613,385 $ 4,660,247$ 4,856,808$ 4,950,090$5,057,704ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.001.001.00 1.00Professional 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Technical 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Administrative Support 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00Skilled/Craft 12.00 13.00 13.00 13.0013.0013.00 13.00Service/Maintenance 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.001.001.00 1.00TOTAL POSITIONS 15.00 15.00 15.00 15.0015.0015.00 15.00233 County Pump StationsFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 1,529,211 $ 1,557,614 $ 1,588,253 $ 1,561,815$ 1,665,502$ 1,707,605 $ 1,760,41052000 Supplies597,641 394,526 446,159 455,920379,182386,766 394,50153000 Usage842,176 911,750 861,122 857,216897,667911,132 924,79954000 Contractual Services1,118,427 934,804 585,539 677,628564,991576,291 587,81755000 Capital Outlay0 309,615 205,000 164,421245,000249,900 254,898TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,087,455 $ 4,108,309 $ 3,686,073 $ 3,717,000$ 3,752,343$ 3,831,694 $ 3,922,425ALLOCATED 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/Craft12.0013.00 13.0013.0013.0013.00 13.00Service/Maintenance0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 13.0014.00 14.0014.0014.0014.00 14.00234 Technical ServicesFY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20EXPENDITURE SUMMARYActual Actual Budget ForecastBudget Projected Projected51000 Personnel Services$ 2,179,033 $ 1,106,753 $ 860,018 $ 853,900$ 915,004$ 939,971 $ 968,34552000 Supplies1,300,266 250,734 105,188 104,42663,62464,896 66,19453000 Usage60,554 68,502 8,970 8,15813,56013,763 13,97054000 Contractual Services580,824 579,154 822,656 823,691889,526907,317 925,46355000 Capital Outlay64,100 (9,001) 125,000 125,80080,00081,600 83,232TOTAL EXPENSES $ 4,184,777 $ 1,996,142 $ 1,921,832 $ 1,915,974$ 1,961,714$ 2,007,547 $ 2,057,204ALLOCATED STAFFING SUMMARYOfficials/Administrative3.003.002.002.002.002.002.00Professional7.006.004.004.005.005.005.00Technical0.003.000.000.000.000.000.00Administrative Support0.000.000.000.000.000.000.00Skilled/Craft12.007.001.001.000.000.000.00Service/Maintenance1.00 11.000.000.000.000.000.00TOTAL POSITIONS 23.00 30.007.007.007.007.007.00235 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T6000 - Operations Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 51010 Salaries & Wages $34,740,451 $35,667,540 $38,204,282 $36,357,539 $38,647,491 $39,903,876 $41,128,925 51020 Overtime 2,683,803 2,494,364 2,408,702 2,421,234 2,375,095 2,448,010 2,523,164 51030 Compensatory Pay Accrual 6,296 2,187 0 0 0 0 0 51060 Worker's Compensation Pay 62,500 135,030 0 116,049 0 0 0 51100 Emp Service & Incentive Awards 0 3,160 0 1,020 0 0 0 51120 Membership & Licensing Fees 139,812 145,905 58,549 58,536 57,576 58,898 60,072 51210 FICA Taxes 2,746,178 2,819,047 3,085,105 2,745,903 3,129,025 2,998,179 3,090,223 51220 Group Insurance 5,519,237 5,549,854 5,930,923 5,717,536 6,779,929 7,371,872 7,985,247 51230 Pension Contribution 6,562,040 5,788,131 7,194,934 5,965,313 8,858,751 8,729,000 8,734,922 51231 Pension Contributions-DC Plan 0 791,114 0 865,452 0 0 0 51234 EAP 8,929 9,073 0 0 0 0 0 51510 Temporary Help 40,500 1,943 0 0 0 0 0 Total Personnel Services $52,509,747 $53,407,346 $56,882,495 $54,248,583 $59,847,865 $61,509,835 $63,522,552 52010 Fuels,Lubricants,Gases $1,255,802 $993,196 $1,382,815 $1,195,234 $1,240,624 $1,265,437 $1,290,746 52020 Motor Vehicle Parts & Equip 423,869 422,757 450,328 453,346 461,035 470,256 479,661 52030 Machinery & Equipment Parts 3,705,706 3,538,054 3,781,287 3,516,634 3,556,441 3,663,570 3,736,121 52040 Machinery & Equipment - Non-Capital 116,220 (49,288) 192,175 36,033 29,275 29,861 30,458 52050 Construction & Bldg Supplies 2,138,030 2,006,891 2,392,143 2,416,856 2,354,303 2,401,389 2,449,417 52060 Building - Non-Capital 0 0 9,500 0 0 0 0 52070 Hardware 115,072 122,251 116,138 166,603 120,897 123,315 125,781 52080 Hose Supplies 219,999 264,972 263,852 263,630 245,610 250,522 263,533 52090 Electrical Supplies 944,407 1,405,536 1,061,130 1,080,101 1,093,630 1,115,503 1,137,813 52100 Instrument Supplies 1,499,512 539,682 886,481 524,645 686,587 700,319 714,325 52110 Chemical Supplies 3,787,944 3,462,436 4,067,406 3,873,495 3,666,586 3,744,242 3,818,127 52120 Laboratory Supplies 7,502 6,945 11,158 14,140 11,031 11,252 11,477 52150 Plumbing Supplies 378,671 309,732 543,712 511,855 516,512 526,842 537,379 52160 Paint Supplies 50,215 43,926 65,440 54,725 58,608 59,780 60,976 52170 Safety Supplies 396,793 342,607 374,242 366,059 330,929 337,548 344,299 52220 Janitorial Supplies 106,806 107,179 130,129 148,118 133,747 136,422 139,150 52240 Hand Tools 350,880 355,957 297,906 339,617 300,685 306,699 312,833 236 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T6000 - Operations Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 52280 Uniforms 230,925 299,541 314,534 318,516 320,936 324,156 330,639 52300 Safety Footwear 110,620 119,058 123,000 116,122 122,800 124,440 126,929 52310 Telephone/Communic Equip/Suppl 11,250 8,853 18,231 15,794 11,742 11,977 12,216 52320 Office Supplies 52,261 32,880 42,305 37,649 37,811 38,567 39,339 52330 Computer Supplies 134,455 124,797 98,128 107,689 67,065 68,406 69,774 52340 Computer Equipment - Non-Capital 56,992 40,526 77,215 47,104 38,079 43,431 44,299 52360 Grounds Supplies 19,411 12,708 26,324 24,504 20,586 20,998 21,418 52370 Photo & Video Supplies 11,279 9,620 7,798 9,245 7,938 8,097 8,259 52380 Publications/Training Supplies 6,778 1,263 8,234 9,180 9,360 9,547 9,738 52390 Administrative Supplies 5,077 8,950 14,053 12,048 11,704 11,938 12,177 52400 Furniture & Office Equipment - Non-Capital 39,627 45,116 22,400 35,543 23,600 24,072 24,553 52990 Inventory (I/D)140,509 (56,322)0 (349,982)0 0 0 52991 Inventory Obsolence (108,815) (198,055)0 0 0 0 0 52999 Inventory Expense Control Account 5,417 480 0 0 0 0 0 Total Supplies $16,213,214 $14,322,248 $16,778,065 $15,344,503 $15,478,121 $15,828,584 $16,151,435 53060 Electric Usage $12,742,310 $12,546,540 $13,066,496 $12,982,388 $13,495,376 $13,655,145 $13,859,222 53070 Natural Gas Usage 2,028,437 1,645,411 2,160,855 1,991,032 1,969,021 1,998,557 2,028,535 53080 Water Usage 579,595 816,149 604,795 657,877 692,004 702,384 712,920 53270 Telephone Usage 250,214 312,868 276,291 259,687 230,327 233,051 236,547 Total Usage $15,600,556 $15,320,968 $16,108,437 $15,890,985 $16,386,728 $16,589,136 $16,837,223 54010 Postage $58 $56 $326 $300 $306 $312 $318 54050 Office System Services 21,469 14,877 7,793 14,042 14,518 14,808 15,105 54060 Printing Services 4,552 2,731 9,465 10,739 6,114 6,236 6,361 54100 Travel Expenses 58,642 64,433 79,601 75,893 70,078 71,582 73,014 54120 Photo Services 0 39 0 0 0 0 0 54140 Training Programs/Seminar Fees 97,608 150,558 78,480 68,972 68,420 75,674 77,187 54141 Required Training Programs 1,150 3,881 0 0 0 0 0 54180 Courier And Freight 85,008 85,787 94,668 96,191 85,540 87,251 88,996 54190 Property & Other Space Rental 13,762 14,180 27,600 27,580 25,800 26,316 26,842 237 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T6000 - Operations Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 54520 Professional Service 1,698,440 1,001,649 1,097,000 1,399,953 1,112,900 1,285,158 1,157,861 54530 Building Repairs & Services 1,450,370 1,812,237 1,375,730 1,871,386 985,950 1,630,669 1,125,782 54540 Janitorial Services 840,055 825,116 884,437 864,946 890,659 908,472 926,642 54550 Grounds Services 558,436 584,627 757,373 753,921 816,982 758,322 774,988 54560 Motor Vehicle Services 356,275 313,862 334,783 328,615 377,300 384,846 392,543 54570 Machinery & Equipment Services 2,591,516 3,150,230 3,086,089 3,180,995 2,902,536 2,960,587 3,019,798 54580 Equipment Rental 243,947 487,202 419,486 425,455 404,364 412,451 420,700 54590 Sewer Rep & Structure Cleaning 1,480,852 1,470,452 1,451,629 1,379,131 1,253,833 1,278,910 1,304,488 54600 Electrical Repair Services 485,512 567,236 704,575 721,333 779,733 795,328 811,234 54610 Instrument Repair Services 268,500 405,641 313,715 304,414 312,401 318,649 325,022 54620 Plumbing Services 254,702 911,335 651,996 830,183 1,000,105 961,967 981,206 54630 HVAC Services 260,432 298,304 214,917 249,310 195,304 199,210 203,194 54640 Damage Repairs & Services 27,901 16,586 21,400 20,400 11,000 11,220 11,444 54650 Waste Hauling 1,358,675 1,289,952 1,545,106 1,285,544 1,305,491 1,321,392 1,347,820 54660 Ash Hauling 444,749 198,751 792,000 792,000 770,000 324,450 816,893 54670 Other Governmental Fees 863,835 896,388 1,162,540 1,141,986 1,199,091 1,223,073 1,247,534 54680 Laboratory Testing Services 309,414 558,004 316,850 359,716 315,550 321,861 328,298 54690 Safety Services 44,281 44,893 109,983 104,230 101,601 103,633 105,706 54700 Asbestos Removal Services 65,086 45,835 52,500 52,500 32,500 33,150 33,813 54720 Tree Removal/Weed Spraying 214,591 272,386 258,000 359,000 497,000 463,080 472,342 Total Contractual Services $14,099,818 $15,487,230 $15,848,041 $16,718,736 $15,535,076 $15,978,607 $16,095,133 55020 Building Purchases $0 $0 $0 $0 $743,600 $0 $0 55030 Structural Improvements 62,653 29,060 150,000 111,000 20,001 20,400 465,808 55040 Processing Equipment 598,412 568,414 240,000 453,797 270,500 275,910 281,428 55050 Auxiliary Equipment 13,970 34,475 0 32,435 49,000 49,980 50,980 55060 Motor Vehicles 2,766,895 2,494,874 3,665,000 3,494,792 3,250,000 3,315,000 3,381,300 55070 Machinery & Implements 337,649 1,127,323 225,000 430,194 544,000 554,880 565,978 55080 Instruments & Apparatus 293,336 131,258 190,500 251,338 138,700 141,474 144,303 55090 Furniture & Office Equipment 0 0 24,950 20,000 15,000 15,300 15,606 55110 Computer Equipment 9,455 55,620 11,800 27,819 2,000 2,040 2,081 238 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District FY18 General Fund Budget and Two Year Projection T6000 - Operations Department Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Projected Projected FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Total Capital Outlay $4,082,370 $4,441,024 $4,507,250 $4,821,375 $5,032,801 $4,374,984 $4,907,484 Total T6000 - Operations Department General Fund Operating Expense $102,505,706 $102,978,817 $110,124,289 $107,024,182 $112,280,592 $114,281,145 $117,513,827 239 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.240  $‐ $100,000 $200,000 $300,000 $400,000 $500,000REVENUE FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Stormwater User ChargeWW User Charge RevenueThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18 and projected for FY19 and FY20.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 relatedto 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.FY18 is the second 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 previous 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.   Rates for FY17 through FY20 were set by our Board of Trustees based on our current Rate Commission Report.   Rate increases in the 10% to 11% range were set for FY17 through FY20.  However, declines in volumes and customers have kept revenues from growing at the same pace as the rates.The stormwater user charge was eliminated in FY17 and replaced with a new Stormwater Operations and Maintenance Property Tax approved by the voters in April 2016.241 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 3000 - Revenue Funds FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Revenues: Wastewater User Charge 279,555,882 300,803,084 338,418,891 325,156,122 359,039,025 395,215,508 434,464,196 Stormwater User Charge 1,409,239 1,433,561 0 (5,853)0 - - Total Revenues 280,965,121 302,236,645 338,418,891 325,150,269 359,039,025 395,215,508 434,464,196 Expenditures: Total Expenditures 0 0 0 0 0 - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 280,965,121 302,236,645 338,418,891 325,150,269 359,039,025 395,215,508 434,464,196 Interfund Transfers (280,965,121) (302,236,645) (338,418,891) (325,150,269) (359,039,025) (395,215,508) (434,464,196) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 0 0 0 0 - - Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 242 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 3306 - Wastewater Revenue Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Revenues: Wastewater User Charge 279,555,882 300,803,084 338,418,891 325,156,122 359,039,025 395,215,508 434,464,196 Total Revenues 279,555,882 300,803,084 338,418,891 325,156,122 359,039,025 395,215,508 434,464,196 Expenditures: Total Expenditures - - - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 279,555,882 300,803,084 338,418,891 325,156,122 359,039,025 395,215,508 434,464,196 Interfund Transfers (279,555,882) (300,803,084) (338,418,891) (325,156,122) (359,039,025) (395,215,508) (434,464,196) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal. - - - - - - - Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 243 RESIDENTIALMetered Single Family 3,556,202 20,930,980 CCFs 21.52 3.97 $159,625,458Customer Assistance Program - Metered 31,414 178,862 CCFs 10.76 1.98 693,056Unmetered Single Family 663,019 21.52 14,268,169Rooms Single Family3,834,541 2.35 9,011,171Water Closets Single Family 962,845 8.76 8,434,522Baths Single Family746,853 7.30 5,452,027Separate Showers Single Family 131,861 7.30 962,585Customer Assistance Program - Unmetered 15,803 128,740438,620Metered MultiFamily 242,569 7,910,721 CCFs 21.52 3.97 36,625,647 Customer Assistance Program - Metered 726 4,858 10.76 1.98 17,455Unmetered Multifamily 245,088 21.52 5,274,294Rooms Multifamily2,473,711 2.35 5,813,221Water Closets Multifamily 626,084 8.76 5,484,496Baths Multifamily580,062 7.30 4,234,453Separate Showers Multifamily 25,998 7.30 189,785 Customer Assistance Program - Unmetered 5,352 68,772 10.76 200,121$256,725,080 71%NON-RESIDENTIALCompliance 1 and Base 264,132 21.52 2.95 6,463,310Compliance 2 and Base 2,232 21.52 58.94 179,587Compliance 3 and Base 6,492 21.52 129.67 981,525Compliance 4 and Base 1,920 21.52 191.56 409,114Compliance 5 and Base 1,140 21.52 250.50 310,103 Total Non-residential Tier Charges 275,916$8,343,639 Volume22,006,355 CCFs 3.97 87,365,229Extra Strength SurchargesSuspended Solids over 300 ppm 6,396 Tons 269.07 1,720,972BOD's over 300 ppm6,108 Tons 671.63 4,102,316COD's over 600 ppm2,328 Tons 335.82 781,789$102,313,945 29%$359,039,025100%Subtotal: NON-RESIDENTIALTOTAL WASTEWATER USER CHARGE REVENUEProjected Revenue Percent of TotalSubtotal: RESIDENTIALBase Charge $/serviceVolume Charge $/unitCompliance Charge $/serviceNumber of Accounts Billed (Annualized)Projected Annual VolumeMETROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTProjected User Charge RevenueWASTEWATER REVENUE FUND (3306)FY18 BUDGET244 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 3307 - Stormwater Revenue Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Revenues: Stormwater User Charge 1,409,239 1,433,561 -(5,853) - - - Total Revenues 1,409,239 1,433,561 -(5,853) - - - Expenditures: Total Expenditures - - - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 1,409,239 1,433,561 -(5,853)0 0 0 Interfund Transfers (1,409,239) (1,433,561) -5,853 - - - Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 245 CONSTRUCTION FUNDSThese funds were established to receive and disburse proceeds from revenue sources forconstruction 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.246  $‐ $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000 $350,000CONSTRUCTION FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.Revenue Bonds & Short‐term DebtThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18 and projected for FY19 and FY20.Since February 2004 the voters have approved the authorization to issue $2.62 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 $947.5 million of this authorization available, with plans to issue $200 million in FY18.   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 $58 million in FY18 for capital project expenditures.   Refered to as PAYGO funding, the wastewater user fees that will be allocated to the Construction Funds in FY18 and FY19 are expected to increase by an average of $18.5million each year.247 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20ActualActualBudget Forecast BudgetBudgetBudgetFUND BALANCE B.O.P.$231,088,241 $41,991,283 $71,242,680 $89,072,831 $142,916,647 $109,908,215 $68,927,894Revenues:Revenue Bonds - 251,727,475 232,496,079 263,178,054 220,000,000 275,000,000 282,000,000Interest on Investments2,103,320 3,256,949 1,808,233 1,595,066 1,705,568 1,739,679 1,416,441Connection and Other Fees269,50088,908 -257,758 - - -Miscellaneous1,6123,874 -(12,090) - - -Total Revenues 2,374,432 255,077,206 234,304,312 265,018,787 221,705,568 276,739,679 283,416,441Expenditures:Construction and Engineering 219,789,349 227,699,540 331,422,000 272,783,690 304,034,000 392,450,000 391,687,000Agency and Other Debt Expense -1,783,332 1,500,000 1,346,278 1,180,000 1,270,000 1,350,000Interfund Labor Transfers - -7,045,003 7,045,003 7,500,000 9,000,000 10,000,000Total Expenditures 219,789,349 229,482,873 339,967,003 281,174,971 312,714,000 402,720,000 403,037,000Net Operating Income (Loss) (217,414,918) 25,594,333 (105,662,691) (16,156,184) (91,008,432) (125,980,321) (119,620,559)Interfund Transfers 28,317,959 21,487,214 70,000,000 70,000,000 58,000,000 85,000,000 95,000,000Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal. (189,096,958) 47,081,548 (35,662,691) 53,843,816 (33,008,432) (40,980,321) (24,620,559)Percentage of Change-82%112%-50%60%-23%-37%-36%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$41,991,283 $89,072,831 $35,579,989 $142,916,647 $109,908,215 $68,927,894 $44,307,335METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCE6000 - Construction Funds248 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20ActualActualBudget Forecast BudgetBudgetBudgetFUND BALANCE B.O.P.$230,797,430 $41,671,281 $70,921,394 $88,752,828 $142,596,645 $109,588,213 $68,607,892Revenues:Revenue Bonds - 251,727,475 232,496,079 263,178,054 220,000,000 275,000,000 282,000,000Interest on Investments2,103,320 3,256,949 1,789,537 1,595,066 1,705,568 1,739,679 1,416,441Connection and Other Fees269,50088,908 -257,758 - - -Miscellaneous1,6123,874 -(12,090) - - -Total Revenues 2,374,432 255,077,206 234,285,616 265,018,787 221,705,568 276,739,679 283,416,441Expenditures:Construction and Engineering 219,818,540 227,699,540 331,422,000 272,783,690 304,034,000 392,450,000 391,687,000Agency and Other Debt Expense -1,783,332 1,500,000 1,346,278 1,180,000 1,270,000 1,350,000Interfund Labor Transfers - -7,045,003 7,045,003 7,500,000 9,000,000 10,000,000Total Expenditures 219,818,540 229,482,873 339,967,003 281,174,971 312,714,000 402,720,000 403,037,000Net Operating Income (Loss) (217,444,109) 25,594,333 (105,681,387) (16,156,184) (91,008,432) (125,980,321) (119,620,559)Interfund Transfers 28,317,959 21,487,214 70,000,000 70,000,000 58,000,000 85,000,000 95,000,000Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal. (189,126,149) 47,081,548 (35,681,387) 53,843,816 (33,008,432) (40,980,321) (24,620,559)Percentage of Change-82%113%-50%61%-23%-37%-36%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$41,671,281 $88,752,828 $35,240,007 $142,596,645 $109,588,213 $68,607,892 $43,987,333METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCE6660 - Sanitary Replacement Fund249 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR)Unincorporated$600,000 27FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR)Maryland Heights$6,590,000 109DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IBrentwood$4,000,000 96GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE)Various$50,000 41FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEFMaryland Heights$12,300,000 ContinuedNEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION (P-323) IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated$500,000 60NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated$400,000 61CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161)Various$5,370,000 93MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWERUnincorporated$310,000 59PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSIONVarious$1,000,000 140LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$320,000 51BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$1,150,000 4LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)Various$390,000 46CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESVarious$7,360,000 16CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESVarious$3,500,000 14DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551)Unincorporated$3,800,000 95WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATIONBrentwood$500,000 79MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)St. Louis City$29,000,000 134MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)St. Louis City$470,000 56STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALUnincorporated$400,000 145UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01, WC-02, & WC-03)Various$1,880,000 149ROXBURY I/I REDUCTIONClayton$517,000 142PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEFUnincorporated$441,000 ContinuedJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)Unincorporated$26,100,000 126JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)Unincorporated$410,000 44DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)Various$1,000,000 23DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)Various$50,000,000 101FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE)Various$800,000 26LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELVarious$1,000,000 133LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELVarious$1,800,000 53GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016)Various$250,000 29HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK)St. Louis City$6,500,000 118CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAINChesterfield$6,000,000 ContinuedCAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52)Maryland Heights$6,600,000 ContinuedUPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION BFerguson$200,000 76UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION BFerguson$7,000,000 150LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES)St. Louis City$520,000 50CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSVarious$7,500,000 15BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERSLadue$890,000 7PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAMVarious$500,000 139CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)Various$340,000 86PROJECT LISTINGSANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660FY18250 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTINGSANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660FY18UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR)Various $3,400,000 148UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT)University City$3,700,000 ContinuedHUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD)Ladue$550,000 120KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD)Kirkwood$400,000 128FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD)Des Peres$250,000 105DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD)Ladue$600,000 99INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018)Various$6,000,000 125INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT ASt. Louis City and County$2,500,000 122INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT BSt. Louis City and County$2,500,000 123BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT CVarious$88,000 3BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AVarious$81,000 2DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$6,500,000 100DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AVarious$70,000 22LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$1,835,000 130APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE)Bella Villa$930,000 81BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR)Bellefontaine Neighbors$322,000 1BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429) REPLACEMENTSunset Hills$500,000 82BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773) REPLACEMENTWildwood$500,000 84BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD)Brentwood$260,000 8BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR)Unincorporated$480,000 9CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR)Crestwood$260,000 10CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE)Bel-Ridge$300,000 11COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWEROlivette$1,100,000 91CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD)St. Louis County$215,000 92CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64)Town and Country$457,000 17CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD)Brentwood$175,000 19DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATIONUniversity City$230,000 20EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD)Various$65,000 24PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLM AVENUE)Pagedale$450,000 62ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR)Kirkwood$55,000 25GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTIONGlendale$2,305,000 115ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739) REPLACEMENTMaryland Heights$550,000 144STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST)Frontenac$90,000 68TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY)Unincorporated$110,000 71THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD)Ferguson$50,000 72TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD)Ladue$320,000 73TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN)Ballwin$129,000 74UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD)Unincorporated$260,000 147UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD)Ladue$175,000 75GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIG BEND RD)Ballwin$20,000 40WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD AND BIG BEND WOODS DR)Manchester$20,000 78HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270)Unincorporated$705,000 119251 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTINGSANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660FY18YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141)Unincorporated $25,000 80KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD)Various$1,361,000 127LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733) REPLACEMENTChesterfield$650,000 129LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07)Olivette$820,000 49MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE)Brentwood$420,000 57MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD)Kirkwood$40,000 58GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$50,000 32GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$50,000 33GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT CVarious$50,000 34GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$400,000 30GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT AVarious$50,000 35GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$50,000 36GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT CVarious$50,000 37GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT DVarious$50,000 38GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT EVarious$50,000 39UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELUniversity City$700,000 77RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELVarious$3,000,000 141RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELVarious$3,800,000 66FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774) REPLACEMENTChesterfield$550,000 104DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIVarious$17,000,000 97DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIVarious$300,000 21MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATIONSt. Louis City$2,000,000 135LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTSSt. Louis City$260,000 45GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRSValley Park$3,321,000 116LOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTSUnincorporated$500,000 54MISSOURI RIVER WWTF POWER FEEDER REPLACEMENTMaryland Heights$750,000 ContinuedCOLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENTUnincorporated$5,500,000 89GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD)Unincorporated$65,000 42MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL)Shrewsbury$70,000 55EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2018)Various$2,100,000 102ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE)Unincorporated$59,000 67NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEFSt. Louis City$1,630,000 137LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE IUnincorporated$480,000 131JAGUAR TO CAROLINE LOW PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM (LPSS)Maplewood$650,000 ContinuedBISSELL POINT WWTF REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A)St. Louis City$2,450,000 6CITYSHED MITIGATION PROGRAM DESIGN (CONTRACT A)St. Louis City$3,483,000 13PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A)Various$575,000 63MISSOURI RIVER WWTF FERRIC CHLORIDE STORAGE AND FEED FACILITYMaryland Heights$1,000,000 136LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICEUnincorporated$155,000 48CITY LAKES STORAGE MODIFICATIONS FOR CSO CONTROLSt. Louis City$625,000 88ODELL 6942 - 44 FLOOD MITIGATIONSt. Louis City$200,000 138FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTSFenton$1,530,000 108252 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)PROJECT LISTINGSANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND - 6660FY18SULPHUR YARD - VACTOR TRUCK DISPOSAL BUILDINGSt. Louis City $750,000 146ENGELHOLM RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ENGELHOLM AVENUE AND ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD)Pagedale$2,000,000 103HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATIONSunset Hills$160,000 43BRANCH FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATION REHABILITATIONSt. Louis City$500,000 83COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENTUnincorporated$2,090,000 90CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKS ROAD TO RIVER VALLEY)Maryland Heights$3,500,000 85GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT BVarious$400,000 31NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 132FUND TOTAL:$304,034,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix132253 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 6700 - Stormwater Replacement Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$290,811 $320,002 $321,286 $320,002 $320,002 $320,002 $320,002 Revenues: Interest on Investments - -18,696 - - - - Total Revenues - -18,696 - - - - Expenditures: Construction and Engineering (29,191) - - - - - - Total Expenditures (29,191) - - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 29,191 -18,696 -0 0 0 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.29,191 -18,696 -0 0 0 Percentage of Change 10%0%6%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$320,002 $320,002 $339,982 $320,002 $320,002 $320,002 $320,002 254 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET255 OMCIFUNDSThese funds were established to account for proceeds from tax levies. Expenditures areprimarily for stormwater sewer improvements and stormwater maintenance and operation.Taxes collected in the various subdistricts must be spent within the subdistrict. Effective in2016 all subdistrict tax rates were voluntarily set to zero. Fund balances will be spent oneither projects or maintenance and operation expense in the respective subdistricts.OPERATION, MAINTENANCE and CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS256  $‐ $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 $45,000 $50,000Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.TaxesOPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENT FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)This analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18 and projected for FY19 and FY20.The Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement (OMCI) funds acquired revenue through ad valorem taxes. Additionally, the Stormwater Regulatory Fund , Districtwide Stormwater Fund and the Stormwater Operations and Maintenance Funds are reported in this section and also receive property tax revenues.  These are primarily stormwater dedicated funds for projects and stormwater operations and maintenance.  There are currently 23 of these funds 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.  In FY17, the OMCI fund taxes rates were set to zero, and a new Stormwater Operations and Maintenance Property Tax, approved by voters in April 2016, will be collected in the Districtwide Stormwater Fund for the first time.  As a result, tax revenues will increase 186% from FY16 to FY17 and then remain flat.  The Tax Ordinance and the Stormwater Funding Ordinance, both found at the back of this book, provide more detail about these funding changes.The reduction in fund balance in FY17 through FY19 is due to a planned spend down of balances in those funds where tax rates were set to zero. 257 FY15FY16FY17FY17FY18FY19FY20ActualActualBudget Forecast BudgetBudgetBudgetFUND BALANCE B.O.P.$69,066,834 $76,259,559 $70,789,948 $73,266,546 $61,129,163 $59,322,676 $56,998,449Revenues:Taxes8,706,287 8,952,964 25,551,774 30,526,719 31,378,166 31,378,166 31,378,166Interest on Investments462,599 764,086 377,717 568,337 468,722 441,753 411,600Connection and Other Fees -8,045 - - - - -Miscellaneous1,105 - - - - - -Total Revenues 9,169,991 9,725,094 25,929,491 31,095,056 31,846,888 31,819,919 31,789,766Expenditures:Contractual Services - -383,277 384,435 470,672 470,672 470,672Construction and Engineering 5,529,096 13,730,457 30,010,000 27,026,111 14,273,000 14,760,000 10,784,000Interfund Labor Transfers 14,383,900 17,036,162 21,812,478 16,151,520 18,909,703 18,913,474 19,388,796Total Expenditures 19,912,995 30,766,619 52,205,754 43,562,066 33,653,375 34,144,146 30,643,468Net Operating Income (Loss) (10,743,004) (21,041,525) (26,276,263) (12,467,010) (1,806,487) (2,324,227) 1,146,298Interfund Transfers 17,935,730 18,048,511 4,799,351 329,627 - - -Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.7,192,725 (2,993,014) (21,476,912) (12,137,383) (1,806,487) (2,324,227) 1,146,298Percentage of Change10%-4%-30%-17%-3%-4%2%FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$76,259,559 $73,266,546 $49,313,036 $61,129,163 $59,322,676 $56,998,449 $58,144,747METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICTCHANGES IN FUND BALANCE5000 - OMCI Funds258 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5110 - Stormwater Regulatory Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$8,388,316 $8,544,835 $7,670,429 $7,714,914 $9,084,622 $9,922,388 $10,676,257 Revenues: Taxes - - -5,126,936 5,210,757 5,210,757 5,210,757 Interest on Investments 49,754 77,993 40,892 77,113 53,112 54,175 55,258 Total Revenues 49,754 77,993 40,892 5,204,049 5,263,869 5,264,931 5,266,015 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - - -78,161 78,161 78,161 Construction and Engineering 40,585 -100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 Interfund Labor Transfers 6,457,353 7,539,096 4,092,408 4,092,408 4,247,942 4,332,901 4,419,559 Total Expenditures 6,497,938 7,539,096 4,192,408 4,192,408 4,426,103 4,511,062 4,597,720 Net Operating Income (Loss) (6,448,185) (7,461,103) (4,151,516) 1,011,641 837,766 753,869 668,295 Interfund Transfers 6,604,703 6,631,182 5,049,351 358,068 - - - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.156,518 (829,921) 897,835 1,369,708 837,766 753,869 668,295 Percentage of Change 2%-10%12%18%9%8%6% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$8,544,835 $7,714,914 $8,568,264 $9,084,622 $9,922,388 $10,676,257 $11,344,552 259 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - WATER QUALITY GENERAL SUPPORT (2017)Various$100,000 185NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$100,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix1PROJECT LISTINGSTORMWATER REGULATORY FUND - 5110FY18260 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5120 - Districtwide Stormwater Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $10,188,235 $22,798,781 $29,087,722 Revenues: Taxes - -25,551,774 25,494,602 26,167,409 26,167,409 26,167,409 Interest on Investments - -26,783 97,527 97,527 99,477 101,467 Total Revenues - -25,578,557 25,592,129 26,264,936 26,266,887 26,268,876 Expenditures: Contractual Services - -383,277 383,277 392,511 392,511 392,511 Construction and Engineering - -10,920,000 9,455,000 5,260,000 11,331,000 9,221,000 Interfund Labor Transfers - -8,741,844 5,315,618 8,001,879 8,254,435 8,716,704 Total Expenditures - -20,045,121 15,153,894 13,654,390 19,977,946 18,330,215 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 0 5,533,437 10,438,235 12,610,547 6,288,941 7,938,662 Interfund Transfers - -(250,000) (250,000) - - - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 0 5,283,437 10,188,235 12,610,547 6,288,941 7,938,662 Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%124%28%27% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $5,283,437 $10,188,235 $22,798,781 $29,087,722 $37,026,383 261 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)HUDSON RD. #1401 - #1405 BANK STABILIZATION (MCDW-120)Ferguson$500,000 193BIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE IWebster Groves$860,000 187COTTAGE #206 STORM IMPROVEMENTSWebster Groves$400,000 189STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - DISTRICTWIDE (2018)Various$2,500,000 198EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR STORMWATER PROJECTS (2018)Various$1,000,000 191NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 5FUND TOTAL:$5,260,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix5PROJECT LISTINGDISTRICTWIDE STORMWATER FUND - 5120FY18262 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5130 - Stormwater Operations and Maintenance Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$18,886,493 $24,937,493 $29,212,597 $29,731,052 $21,611,507 $16,105,550 $9,887,125 Revenues: Interest on Investments 125,051 249,741 59,443 181,158 111,445 113,674 115,947 Total Revenues 125,051 249,741 59,443 181,158 111,445 113,674 115,947 Expenditures: Construction and Engineering -220,000 2,500,000 2,500,000 -500,000 500,000 Interfund Labor Transfers 5,405,078 6,653,510 6,378,528 6,022,261 5,617,403 5,832,099 6,055,383 Total Expenditures 5,405,078 6,873,510 8,878,528 8,522,261 5,617,403 6,332,099 6,555,383 Net Operating Income (Loss) (5,280,026) (6,623,770) (8,819,085) (8,341,103) (5,505,958) (6,218,425) (6,439,435) Interfund Transfers 11,331,026 11,417,329 -221,559 - - - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.6,051,000 4,793,559 (8,819,085) (8,119,544) (5,505,958) (6,218,425) (6,439,435) Percentage of Change 32%19%-30%-27%-25%-39%-65% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$24,937,493 $29,731,052 $20,393,512 $21,611,507 $16,105,550 $9,887,125 $3,447,690 263 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5401 - Bond Place Special Taxing Subdistrict FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$14,114 $14,193 $14,198 $14,308 $14,419 $14,534 $14,651 Revenues: Interest on Investments 79 115 80 111 115 117 120 Total Revenues 79 115 80 111 115 117 120 Expenditures: Total Expenditures - - - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 79 115 80 111 115 117 120 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.79 115 80 111 115 117 120 Percentage of Change 1%1%1%1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$14,193 $14,308 $14,278 $14,419 $14,534 $14,651 $14,770 264 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5563 - Clayton Central OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$2,131,370 $2,102,620 $2,074,168 $2,209,345 $2,126,816 $2,129,456 $2,142,349 Revenues: Taxes (20,627) (6,772) -(1,396) - - - Interest on Investments 12,721 17,915 10,272 16,841 12,640 12,893 13,151 Total Revenues (7,906) 11,143 10,272 15,445 12,640 12,893 13,151 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -(25) - - - Construction and Engineering -(126,570) 250,000 98,000 - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 20,844 30,987 10,000 -10,000 - - Total Expenditures 20,844 (95,583) 260,000 97,975 10,000 - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (28,750) 106,726 (249,728) (82,530)2,640 12,893 13,151 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(28,750) 106,726 (249,728) (82,530)2,640 12,893 13,151 Percentage of Change -1%5%-12%-4%0%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$2,102,620 $2,209,345 $1,824,440 $2,126,816 $2,129,456 $2,142,349 $2,155,500 265 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5564 - Coldwater Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$6,820,892 $7,621,101 $4,027,926 $4,367,202 $673,500 $483,961 $494,630 Revenues: Taxes 1,813,497 1,994,950 -(25,093) - - - Interest on Investments 46,292 70,438 45,422 10,461 10,461 10,670 10,883 Miscellaneous 1,099 - - - - - - Total Revenues 1,860,887 2,065,388 45,422 (14,632) 10,461 10,670 10,883 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -387 - - - Construction and Engineering 612,538 4,697,596 3,460,000 3,551,678 - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 448,140 621,692 613,348 127,005 200,000 - - Total Expenditures 1,060,678 5,319,287 4,073,348 3,679,070 200,000 - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 800,209 (3,253,899) (4,027,926) (3,693,702) (189,539) 10,670 10,883 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.800,209 (3,253,899) (4,027,926) (3,693,702) (189,539) 10,670 10,883 Percentage of Change 12%-43%-100%-85%-28%2%2% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$7,621,101 $4,367,202 $0 $673,500 $483,961 $494,630 $505,514 266 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5565 - Creve Coeur Frontenac OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$1,602,634 $1,580,259 $1,413,939 $1,475,805 $265,616 $224,095 $132,744 Revenues: Taxes (6,570) (6,923) -(608) - - - Interest on Investments 8,830 12,172 10,774 7,606 8,479 8,649 4,602 Total Revenues 2,260 5,249 10,774 6,998 8,479 8,649 4,602 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -(8) - - - Construction and Engineering (50,088) -1,200,000 1,200,000 - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 74,724 109,703 224,713 17,195 50,000 100,000 - Total Expenditures 24,636 109,703 1,424,713 1,217,187 50,000 100,000 - Net Operating Income (Loss) (22,376) (104,454) (1,413,939) (1,210,189) (41,521) (91,351)4,602 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(22,376) (104,454) (1,413,939) (1,210,189) (41,521) (91,351)4,602 Percentage of Change -1%-7%-100%-82%-16%-41%3% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,580,259 $1,475,805 $0 $265,616 $224,095 $132,744 $137,346 267 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5566 - Deer Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$9,816,033 $10,467,197 $10,790,886 $10,603,725 $5,927,249 $1,222,534 $572,064 Revenues: Taxes 3,487,270 3,328,879 -(25,322) - - - Interest on Investments 71,618 117,070 48,980 60,717 62,284 63,530 64,801 Total Revenues 3,558,889 3,445,949 48,980 35,395 62,284 63,530 64,801 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -79 - - - Construction and Engineering 2,614,877 2,952,025 5,364,000 4,451,311 4,567,000 664,000 - Interfund Labor Transfers 292,847 357,396 1,000,000 260,481 200,000 50,000 - Total Expenditures 2,907,724 3,309,421 6,364,000 4,711,871 4,767,000 714,000 - Net Operating Income (Loss) 651,164 136,528 (6,315,020) (4,676,476) (4,704,716) (650,470) 64,801 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.651,164 136,528 (6,315,020) (4,676,476) (4,704,716) (650,470) 64,801 Percentage of Change 7%1%-59%-44%-79%-53%11% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$10,467,197 $10,603,725 $4,475,866 $5,927,249 $1,222,534 $572,064 $636,865 268 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)CHARLANE & HILLCHESTER STORM SEWERRock Hill$240,000 188LINDEN #1064 STORM SEWERRichmond Heights$1,300,000 195STONINGTON - GEORGIAN ACRES STORM SEWERFrontenac$370,000 ContinuedROXBURY I/I REDUCTIONClayton$700,000 143CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)Various$470,000 87GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTIONGlendale$1,032,000 114AVIGNON CT & BEAUCAIRE DR STORM SEWER (WARSON WOODS 3 - 04 05 09)Warson Woods$425,000 186DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIVarious$30,000 98NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 8FUND TOTAL:$4,567,000 8(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixPROJECT LISTINGDEER CREEK OMCI FUND - 5566FY18269 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5569 - Fountain Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$251,117 $211,438 $39,698 $63,109 $68,406 $70,165 $71,959 Revenues: Taxes (2,092)(15) -(18) - - - Interest on Investments 1,370 1,360 1,137 647 1,759 1,794 1,830 Total Revenues (722)1,345 1,137 629 1,759 1,794 1,830 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -0 - - - Construction and Engineering (34,112) 76,995 -(4,668) - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 73,068 72,680 40,835 - - - - Total Expenditures 38,956 149,674 40,835 (4,668) - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (39,679) (148,329) (39,698)5,297 1,759 1,794 1,830 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(39,679) (148,329) (39,698)5,297 1,759 1,794 1,830 Percentage of Change -16%-70%-100%8%3%3%3% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$211,438 $63,109 $0 $68,406 $70,165 $71,959 $73,789 270 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5571 - Gravois Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$4,890,500 $4,972,799 $1,827,218 $2,525,034 $1,352,274 $340,740 $0 Revenues: Taxes 1,355,200 1,400,537 -(23,351) - - - Interest on Investments 38,503 55,282 49,584 17,466 17,466 9,260 - Total Revenues 1,393,704 1,455,818 49,584 (5,885) 17,466 9,260 - Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -(51) - - - Construction and Engineering 950,000 3,468,920 1,476,000 1,038,221 829,000 350,000 - Interfund Labor Transfers 361,404 434,664 400,802 128,706 200,000 - - Total Expenditures 1,311,404 3,903,584 1,876,802 1,166,876 1,029,000 350,000 - Net Operating Income (Loss) 82,299 (2,447,765) (1,827,218) (1,172,760) (1,011,534) (340,740) - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.82,299 (2,447,765) (1,827,218) (1,172,760) (1,011,534) (340,740) - Percentage of Change 2%-49%-100%-46%-75%-100%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$4,972,799 $2,525,034 $0 $1,352,274 $340,740 $0 $0 271 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)ALTHEA - ASTER STORM SEWERUnincorporated$829,000 ContinuedNUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$829,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix1PROJECT LISTINGGRAVOIS CREEK OMCI FUND - 5571FY18272 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5574 - Loretta Joplin OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$384,222 $404,009 $417,331 $419,717 $423,243 $425,385 $427,569 Revenues: Taxes 23,299 22,284 -284 - - - Interest on Investments 2,182 3,348 1,560 3,258 2,141 2,184 2,228 Total Revenues 25,481 25,632 1,560 3,543 2,141 2,184 2,228 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -16 - - - Construction and Engineering - - - - - -240,000 Interfund Labor Transfers 5,694 9,924 - - - -25,000 Total Expenditures 5,694 9,924 -16 - -265,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) 19,787 15,708 1,560 3,527 2,141 2,184 (262,772) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.19,787 15,708 1,560 3,527 2,141 2,184 (262,772) Percentage of Change 5%4%0%1%1%1%-61% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$404,009 $419,717 $418,891 $423,243 $425,385 $427,569 $164,796 273 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5576 - Maline Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$2,942,353 $2,898,823 $2,371,558 $2,213,625 $725,310 $68,175 $0 Revenues: Taxes 662,775 580,610 -1,658 - - - Interest on Investments 16,439 24,980 12,622 10,549 5,345 864 - Total Revenues 679,214 605,590 12,622 12,207 5,345 864 - Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -522 - - - Construction and Engineering 350,000 881,000 1,475,000 1,400,000 540,000 - - Interfund Labor Transfers 372,744 409,788 100,000 100,000 122,480 69,039 - Total Expenditures 722,744 1,290,788 1,575,000 1,500,522 662,480 69,039 - Net Operating Income (Loss) (43,530) (685,198) (1,562,378) (1,488,315) (657,135) (68,175) - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(43,530) (685,198) (1,562,378) (1,488,315) (657,135) (68,175) - Percentage of Change -1%-24%-66%-67%-91%-100%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$2,898,823 $2,213,625 $809,180 $725,310 $68,175 $0 $0 274 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)JETT DRIVE #10129 STORM SEWERDellwood $170,000 194EDGEHILL DRIVE #1021 - 1029 STORM SEWER Ferguson $160,000 192DOANE DRIVE #1719 STORM SEWERDellwood $130,000 190MARKDALE DR. #8571 AND 8575 STORM SEWER St. John $80,000 196NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 4FUND TOTAL:$540,000 4(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixPROJECT LISTINGMALINE CREEK OMCI FUND - 5576FY18275 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5579 - North Affton OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$397,706 $4,027 $51,267 $53,601 $54,179 $55,468 $56,783 Revenues: Taxes 61,341 62,356 -140 - - - Interest on Investments 2,368 1,366 504 458 1,289 1,315 1,341 Total Revenues 63,709 63,722 504 598 1,289 1,315 1,341 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -20 - - - Construction and Engineering 446,000 - - - - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 11,388 14,148 25,000 - - - - Total Expenditures 457,388 14,148 25,000 20 - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (393,679) 49,574 (24,496)578 1,289 1,315 1,341 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(393,679) 49,574 (24,496)578 1,289 1,315 1,341 Percentage of Change -99%1,231%-48%1%2%2%2% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$4,027 $53,601 $26,771 $54,179 $55,468 $56,783 $58,124 276 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5580 - North Kinloch OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$20,021 $20,133 $20,217 $20,296 $20,454 $20,740 $21,031 Revenues: Interest on Investments 112 163 180 158 286 291 297 Total Revenues 112 163 180 158 286 291 297 Expenditures: Total Expenditures - - - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 112 163 180 158 286 291 297 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.112 163 180 158 286 291 297 Percentage of Change 1%1%1%1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$20,133 $20,296 $20,397 $20,454 $20,740 $21,031 $21,328 277 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5583 - Sugar Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$1,269,379 $1,469,924 $1,451,269 $1,461,236 $1,447,091 $549,148 $47,146 Revenues: Taxes 270,997 259,251 -(325) - - - Interest on Investments 7,690 12,978 4,541 11,200 7,057 3,998 842 Total Revenues 278,687 272,229 4,541 10,875 7,057 3,998 842 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -20 - - - Construction and Engineering -215,000 - -830,000 406,000 - Interfund Labor Transfers 78,141 65,917 25,000 25,000 75,000 100,000 47,988 Total Expenditures 78,141 280,917 25,000 25,020 905,000 506,000 47,988 Net Operating Income (Loss) 200,546 (8,688) (20,459) (14,145) (897,943) (502,002) (47,146) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.200,546 (8,688) (20,459) (14,145) (897,943) (502,002) (47,146) Percentage of Change 16%-1%-1%-1%-62%-91%-100% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,469,924 $1,461,236 $1,430,810 $1,447,091 $549,148 $47,146 $0 278 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)ROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWERKirkwood$830,000 197NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$830,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix1PROJECT LISTINGSUGAR CREEK OMCI FUND - 5583FY18279 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5584 - University City OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$4,734,182 $4,960,233 $5,326,842 $5,442,660 $2,254,953 $2,154,812 $621,168 Revenues: Taxes 816,366 926,523 -(5,258) - - - Interest on Investments 27,639 47,201 17,827 30,645 24,859 25,356 6,212 Total Revenues 844,005 973,723 17,827 25,388 24,859 25,356 6,212 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -249 - - - Construction and Engineering 350,000 220,000 3,150,000 3,150,000 -1,409,000 535,000 Interfund Labor Transfers 267,953 271,296 100,000 62,846 125,000 150,000 92,380 Total Expenditures 617,953 491,296 3,250,000 3,213,095 125,000 1,559,000 627,380 Net Operating Income (Loss) 226,052 482,427 (3,232,173) (3,187,707) (100,141) (1,533,644) (621,168) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.226,052 482,427 (3,232,173) (3,187,707) (100,141) (1,533,644) (621,168) Percentage of Change 5%10%-61%-59%-4%-71%-100% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$4,960,233 $5,442,660 $2,094,669 $2,254,953 $2,154,812 $621,168 $0 280 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5587 - Watkins Creek OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$726,949 $408,290 $230,303 $480,797 $368,205 $361,840 $365,548 Revenues: Taxes 156,596 134,245 -(1,353) - - - Interest on Investments 3,677 6,496 2,364 3,846 3,635 3,708 3,782 Total Revenues 160,273 140,742 2,364 2,493 3,635 3,708 3,782 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -86 - - - Construction and Engineering 360,000 3,194 115,000 115,000 - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 118,932 65,040 50,000 -10,000 - - Total Expenditures 478,932 68,234 165,000 115,086 10,000 - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (318,659) 72,507 (162,636) (112,592) (6,365)3,708 3,782 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(318,659) 72,507 (162,636) (112,592) (6,365)3,708 3,782 Percentage of Change -44%18%-71%-23%-2%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$408,290 $480,797 $67,667 $368,205 $361,840 $365,548 $369,330 281 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5589 - Wellston OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$155,821 $172,470 $192,157 $205,092 $205,451 $206,377 $207,322 Revenues: Taxes 32,507 43,299 -(1,193) - - - Interest on Investments 867 1,527 1,500 1,569 927 945 964 Total Revenues 33,374 44,826 1,500 377 927 945 964 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -18 - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 16,725 12,204 - - - - - Total Expenditures 16,725 12,204 -18 - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 16,649 32,622 1,500 359 927 945 964 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.16,649 32,622 1,500 359 927 945 964 Percentage of Change 11%19%1%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$172,470 $205,092 $193,657 $205,451 $206,377 $207,322 $208,286 282 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5590 - Mo River Bonfil Subd #448 OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$2,045,183 $2,191,585 $560,345 $602,016 $606,057 $619,441 $633,093 Revenues: Taxes (71,551) (7,646) -(2,495) - - - Interest on Investments 12,471 18,077 13,932 6,500 13,384 13,652 13,925 Total Revenues (59,080) 10,430 13,932 4,005 13,384 13,652 13,925 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -(37) - - - Construction and Engineering (205,482) 1,600,000 - - - - - Total Expenditures (205,482) 1,600,000 -(37) - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 146,402 (1,589,570) 13,932 4,042 13,384 13,652 13,925 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.146,402 (1,589,570) 13,932 4,042 13,384 13,652 13,925 Percentage of Change 7%-73%2%1%2%2%2% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$2,191,585 $602,016 $574,277 $606,057 $619,441 $633,093 $647,018 283 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5591 - Meramec River Basin Subd #449 OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$196,475 $128,875 $2,174,379 $2,191,235 $2,200,291 $24,676 $1,489 Revenues: Taxes (81,206) (9,878) -(8,259) - - - Interest on Investments 13,605 19,229 22,972 17,192 21,385 1,813 294 Connection and Other Fees -8,045 - - - - - Total Revenues (67,601) 17,396 22,972 8,933 21,385 1,813 294 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -(124) - - - Construction and Engineering -(2,044,964) - -2,147,000 - - Interfund Labor Transfers - - - -50,000 25,000 1,783 Total Expenditures -(2,044,964) -(124) 2,197,000 25,000 1,783 Net Operating Income (Loss) (67,601) 2,062,360 22,972 9,057 (2,175,615) (23,187) (1,489) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(67,601) 2,062,360 22,972 9,057 (2,175,615) (23,187) (1,489) Percentage of Change -34%1,600%1%0%-99%-94%-100% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$128,875 $2,191,235 $2,197,351 $2,200,291 $24,676 $1,489 $0 284 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)LOWER MERAMEC PUMP STATIONS FLOOD MITIGATIONVarious$277,000 132GRAND GLAIZE WWTF FLOOD PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTSValley Park$200,000 117FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTSFenton$1,370,000 107FENTON WWTF HEADWORKS GATE IMPROVEMENTSFenton$300,000 106NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 4FUND TOTAL:$2,147,000 4(1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement AppendixPROJECT LISTINGMERAMEC RIVER BASIN SUBD #449 OMCI FUND - 5591FY18285 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5592 - Shrewsbury Br Of River Des Per OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$173,917 $193,962 $212,655 $217,169 $218,847 $219,753 $220,678 Revenues: Taxes 19,958 21,868 -(4) - - - Interest on Investments 1,028 1,734 504 1,686 906 924 943 Total Revenues 20,986 23,602 504 1,681 906 924 943 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -3 - - - Construction and Engineering - - - - - -188,000 Interfund Labor Transfers 941 396 - - - -30,000 Total Expenditures 941 396 -3 - -218,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) 20,045 23,207 504 1,678 906 924 (217,057) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.20,045 23,207 504 1,678 906 924 (217,057) Percentage of Change 12%12%0%1%0%0%-98% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$193,962 $217,169 $213,159 $218,847 $219,753 $220,678 $3,621 286 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5593 - Sem Br Of River Des Peres OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$1,477,776 $1,555,223 $710,566 $729,634 $764,107 $770,883 $777,794 Revenues: Taxes 222,494 218,865 -(107) - - - Interest on Investments 8,668 11,088 5,845 6,186 6,775 6,911 7,049 Total Revenues 231,163 229,953 5,845 6,079 6,775 6,911 7,049 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -36 - - - Construction and Engineering 94,777 989,000 -(28,431) - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 58,938 66,543 10,000 - - - - Total Expenditures 153,716 1,055,543 10,000 (28,395) - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 77,447 (825,590) (4,155) 34,474 6,775 6,911 7,049 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.77,447 (825,590) (4,155) 34,474 6,775 6,911 7,049 Percentage of Change 5%-53%-1%5%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,555,223 $729,634 $706,411 $764,107 $770,883 $777,794 $784,843 287 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 5594 - Black Creek Subd #455 OMCI Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$1,741,381 $1,400,071 $0 $524,975 $528,330 $533,774 $539,327 Revenues: Taxes (33,967) (9,469) -(2,121) - - - Interest on Investments 11,635 13,813 -5,444 5,444 5,553 5,664 Miscellaneous 6 - - - - - - Total Revenues (22,326)4,344 0 3,323 5,444 5,553 5,664 Expenditures: Contractual Services - - -(32) - - - Construction and Engineering -578,262 - - - - - Interfund Labor Transfers 318,984 301,179 - - - - - Total Expenditures 318,984 879,440 -(32) - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (341,310) (875,097) -3,355 5,444 5,553 5,664 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(341,310) (875,097) -3,355 5,444 5,553 5,664 Percentage of Change -20%-63%0%1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,400,071 $524,975 $0 $528,330 $533,774 $539,327 $544,991 288 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET289 DEBTSERVICE FUNDSThese funds were established to account for and report principal and interestexpenditures and a portion of bond proceeds representing required reserve amounts.In 2004, 2008 and 2012 St. Louis voters authorized the sale of Wastewater RevenueBonds totaling $1,720 million to fund the District’s wastewater capital improvementprogram. InApril 2016 voters authorized an additional $900 million in revenue bonds.290  $(20,000) $‐ $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000DEBT SERVICE FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterestRevenue BondsThis analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18 and projected for FY19 and FY20.The issuance of District‐wide revenue bonds is used to fund wastewater capital improvement projects.  The increase in Revenue Bonds in FY16 represents the bond proceeds from a refunding issuance.  Approximately 10% of the proceeds from senior bonds issued were previously required to be placed in reserve in accordance with MSD’s bond covenants.   Future bond issuances are not expected to have this requirement, therefore  anticipated reserve revenue to the Debt Service is not projected.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. 291 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2000 - Principal and Interest Funds FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$71,843,246 $73,177,341 $63,453,133 $66,328,378 $66,843,073 $67,281,607 $67,729,413 Revenues: Revenue Bonds - 87,478,487 10,035,190 - - - - Interest on Investments 516,455 835,523 405,461 (138,237) 438,534 447,305 456,252 Total Revenues 516,455 88,314,010 10,440,651 (138,237) 438,534 447,305 456,252 Expenditures: Principal Payments 20,252,200 38,533,557 40,834,700 38,026,700 45,115,800 55,176,800 62,009,600 Interest Payments 39,890,402 41,857,479 52,512,240 49,112,524 59,231,550 68,598,316 78,811,972 Agency and Other Debt Expense 1,705,790 89,792,600 3,926,956 2,886,644 3,582,000 4,799,930 4,785,910 Total Expenditures 61,848,392 170,183,636 97,273,896 90,025,868 107,929,350 128,575,046 145,607,482 Net Operating Income (Loss) (61,331,937) (81,869,626) (86,833,245) (90,164,105) (107,490,816) (128,127,741) (145,151,230) Interfund Transfers 62,666,032 75,020,663 97,273,896 90,678,800 107,929,350 128,575,546 145,607,482 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.1,334,095 (6,848,963) 10,440,651 514,695 438,534 447,805 456,252 Percentage of Change 2%-9%16%1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$73,177,341 $66,328,378 $73,893,784 $66,843,073 $67,281,607 $67,729,413 $68,185,664 292 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2804 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2004A FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$11,049,660 $12,937,144 $12,986,260 $13,688,946 $13,780,136 $13,890,000 $14,002,062 Revenues: Interest on Investments 2,074 2,947 139,832 96,910 109,864 112,062 114,303 Total Revenues 2,074 2,947 139,832 96,910 109,864 112,062 114,303 Expenditures: Principal Payments 16,372,200 17,338,000 18,119,700 18,119,700 18,480,800 18,971,800 19,475,600 Interest Payments 5,146,426 4,855,108 4,538,300 4,544,069 4,201,500 3,845,900 3,483,200 Agency and Other Debt Expense 1,700,090 1,784,467 1,633,400 1,633,350 1,515,900 1,395,600 1,272,200 Total Expenditures 23,218,716 23,977,575 24,291,400 24,297,120 24,198,200 24,213,300 24,231,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) (23,216,641) (23,974,627) (24,151,568) (24,200,210) (24,088,336) (24,101,238) (24,116,697) Interfund Transfers 25,104,125 24,726,429 24,291,400 24,291,400 24,198,200 24,213,300 24,231,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.1,887,484 751,802 139,832 91,190 109,864 112,062 114,303 Percentage of Change 17%6%1%1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$12,937,144 $13,688,946 $13,126,092 $13,780,136 $13,890,000 $14,002,062 $14,116,364 293 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2808 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2006C FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$6,317,359 $6,361,760 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Revenues: Revenue Bonds - (6,149,000) - - - - - Interest on Investments 42,791 (20,013) - - - - - Total Revenues 42,791 (6,169,013) - - - - - Expenditures: Interest Payments 2,902,000 1,451,000 - - - - - Agency and Other Debt Expense 750 850 - - - - - Total Expenditures 2,902,750 1,451,850 - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (2,859,959) (7,620,863) - - - - - Interfund Transfers 2,904,360 1,259,103 - - - - - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.44,401 (6,361,760) - - - - - Percentage of Change 1%-100%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$6,361,760 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 294 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2810 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2008A FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$2,840,497 $3,266,697 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Revenues: Revenue Bonds - (3,236,000) - - - - - Interest on Investments 24,695 (7,318) - - - - - Total Revenues 24,695 (3,243,318) - - - - - Expenditures: Interest Payments 1,632,435 816,218 - - - - - Agency and Other Debt Expense 850 850 - - - - - Total Expenditures 1,633,285 817,068 - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (1,608,590) (4,060,386) - - - - - Interfund Transfers 2,034,790 793,689 - - - - - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.426,200 (3,266,697) - - - - - Percentage of Change 15%-100%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$3,266,697 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 295 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2812 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2010B FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$3,888,590 $3,422,403 $3,438,016 $3,133,524 $3,132,366 $3,165,042 $3,198,372 Revenues: Interest on Investments 33,940 75,002 30,116 591 32,676 33,330 33,996 Total Revenues 33,940 75,002 30,116 591 32,676 33,330 33,996 Expenditures: Interest Payments 3,362,618 3,353,907 3,353,900 3,355,649 3,353,900 3,353,900 3,353,900 Agency and Other Debt Expense 750 850 - - - - - Total Expenditures 3,363,368 3,354,757 3,353,900 3,355,649 3,353,900 3,353,900 3,353,900 Net Operating Income (Loss) (3,329,427) (3,279,755) (3,323,784) (3,355,058) (3,321,224) (3,320,570) (3,319,904) Interfund Transfers 2,863,240 2,990,876 3,353,900 3,353,900 3,353,900 3,353,900 3,353,900 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(466,187) (288,879) 30,116 (1,158) 32,676 33,330 33,996 Percentage of Change -12%-8%1%0%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$3,422,403 $3,133,524 $3,468,132 $3,132,366 $3,165,042 $3,198,372 $3,232,368 296 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2816 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2011B FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$2,334,602 $3,163,353 $3,172,737 $3,155,585 $3,121,304 $3,143,675 $3,166,994 Revenues: Interest on Investments 27,152 48,081 30,108 (34,281) 22,372 22,819 23,276 Total Revenues 27,152 48,081 30,108 (34,281) 22,372 22,819 23,276 Expenditures: Principal Payments 1,755,000 1,845,000 1,915,000 1,915,000 2,010,000 2,110,000 2,220,000 Interest Payments 2,123,300 2,035,550 1,943,300 1,943,300 1,847,600 1,747,100 1,641,600 Agency and Other Debt Expense 750 850 - - - - - Total Expenditures 3,879,050 3,881,400 3,858,300 3,858,300 3,857,600 3,857,100 3,861,600 Net Operating Income (Loss) (3,851,898) (3,833,319) (3,828,192) (3,892,581) (3,835,228) (3,834,281) (3,838,324) Interfund Transfers 4,680,650 3,825,550 3,858,300 3,858,300 3,857,600 3,857,600 3,861,600 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.828,752 (7,769) 30,108 (34,281) 22,372 23,319 23,276 Percentage of Change 35%0%1%-1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$3,163,353 $3,155,585 $3,202,845 $3,121,304 $3,143,675 $3,166,994 $3,190,270 297 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2817 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2012A FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$12,339,778 $12,658,326 $12,708,326 $12,746,612 $12,611,964 $12,671,463 $12,732,151 Revenues: Interest on Investments 165,452 158,586 68,383 (134,623) 59,499 60,689 61,903 Total Revenues 165,452 158,586 68,383 (134,623) 59,499 60,689 61,903 Expenditures: Principal Payments -5,000,000 5,300,000 5,300,000 5,300,000 5,300,000 5,300,000 Interest Payments 10,554,225 10,554,225 10,354,200 10,354,225 10,089,200 9,930,200 9,718,200 Agency and Other Debt Expense 2,200 300 - - - - - Total Expenditures 10,556,425 15,554,525 15,654,200 15,654,225 15,389,200 15,230,200 15,018,200 Net Operating Income (Loss) (10,390,973) (15,395,939) (15,585,817) (15,788,848) (15,329,701) (15,169,511) (14,956,297) Interfund Transfers 10,709,521 15,484,225 15,654,200 15,654,200 15,389,200 15,230,200 15,018,200 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.318,547 88,286 68,383 (134,648) 59,499 60,689 61,903 Percentage of Change 3%1%1%-1%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$12,658,326 $12,746,612 $12,776,709 $12,611,964 $12,671,463 $12,732,151 $12,794,054 298 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2818 - Wastewater Prinicipal and Interest Fund 2012B FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$19,882,118 $20,020,596 $20,108,808 $20,864,240 $20,772,723 $20,857,323 $20,943,616 Revenues: Revenue Bonds - 439,443 - - - - - Interest on Investments 136,325 388,515 31,498 (91,505) 84,601 86,293 88,019 Total Revenues 136,325 827,958 31,498 (91,505) 84,601 86,293 88,019 Expenditures: Principal Payments 2,125,000 2,325,000 2,570,000 2,570,000 2,775,000 3,095,000 3,390,000 Interest Payments 6,777,463 6,713,713 6,620,700 6,620,713 6,572,100 6,506,400 6,382,600 Agency and Other Debt Expense 200 300 - - - - - Total Expenditures 8,902,663 9,039,013 9,190,700 9,190,713 9,347,100 9,601,400 9,772,600 Net Operating Income (Loss) (8,766,338) (8,211,055) (9,159,202) (9,282,218) (9,262,499) (9,515,107) (9,684,581) Interfund Transfers 8,904,816 9,054,699 9,190,700 9,190,700 9,347,100 9,601,400 9,772,600 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.138,478 843,644 31,498 (91,518) 84,601 86,293 88,019 Percentage of Change 1%4%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$20,020,596 $20,864,240 $20,140,306 $20,772,723 $20,857,323 $20,943,616 $21,031,635 299 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2819 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013B FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$13,190,640 $9,868,682 $9,921,554 $9,813,934 $9,761,336 $9,826,521 $9,893,010 Revenues: Interest on Investments 75,887 185,551 31,953 (52,623) 65,185 66,489 67,819 Total Revenues 75,887 185,551 31,953 (52,623) 65,185 66,489 67,819 Expenditures: Principal Payments -1,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,250,000 Interest Payments 7,112,175 7,112,175 7,092,200 7,092,175 6,979,700 6,874,700 6,754,700 Agency and Other Debt Expense 200 300 - - - - - Total Expenditures 7,112,375 8,112,475 10,092,200 10,092,175 9,979,700 9,874,700 10,004,700 Net Operating Income (Loss) (7,036,488) (7,926,924) (10,060,247) (10,144,798) (9,914,515) (9,808,211) (9,936,881) Interfund Transfers 3,714,530 7,872,175 10,092,200 10,092,200 9,979,700 9,874,700 10,004,700 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(3,321,958) (54,749) 31,953 (52,598) 65,185 66,489 67,819 Percentage of Change -25%-1%0%-1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$9,868,682 $9,813,934 $9,953,507 $9,761,336 $9,826,521 $9,893,010 $9,960,829 300 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2820 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2013A FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $1,478,379 $1,117,432 $1,711,073 $1,722,008 $1,728,739 $1,735,605 Revenues: Interest on Investments 8,140 1,320 2,035 10,734 6,731 6,866 7,003 Total Revenues 8,140 1,320 2,035 10,734 6,731 6,866 7,003 Expenditures: Principal Payments -2,080,000 2,134,000 2,134,000 2,190,000 2,247,000 2,305,000 Interest Payments 279,761 747,688 765,500 765,273 732,300 698,100 663,000 Agency and Other Debt Expense -523,499 497,700 497,727 475,300 452,300 428,700 Total Expenditures 279,761 3,351,187 3,397,200 3,397,000 3,397,600 3,397,400 3,396,700 Net Operating Income (Loss) (271,621) (3,349,868) (3,395,165) (3,386,266) (3,390,869) (3,390,534) (3,389,697) Interfund Transfers 1,750,000 3,582,562 3,397,200 3,397,200 3,397,600 3,397,400 3,396,700 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.1,478,379 232,694 2,035 10,934 6,731 6,866 7,003 Percentage of Change 0%16%0%1%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,478,379 $1,711,073 $1,119,467 $1,722,008 $1,728,739 $1,735,605 $1,742,608 301 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2821 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2015A FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $1,211,530 $1,221,590 $1,228,962 $1,236,482 Revenues: Interest on Investments -4,686 2,035 10,059 7,373 7,520 7,671 Total Revenues -4,686 2,035 10,059 7,373 7,520 7,671 Expenditures: Principal Payments - -2,488,000 2,488,000 3,266,000 3,344,000 3,424,000 Interest Payments -47,664 758,400 758,433 874,700 834,700 793,600 Agency and Other Debt Expense -1,846 755,600 755,567 721,700 687,500 652,400 Total Expenditures -49,511 4,002,000 4,002,000 4,862,400 4,866,200 4,870,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 (44,825) (3,999,965) (3,991,941) (4,855,027) (4,858,680) (4,862,329) Interfund Transfers -1,256,355 4,002,000 4,002,000 4,862,400 4,866,200 4,870,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 1,211,530 2,035 10,059 7,373 7,520 7,671 Percentage of Change 0%0%0%1%1%1%1% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $1,211,530 $2,035 $1,221,590 $1,228,962 $1,236,482 $1,244,153 302 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2822 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2015B FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $2,934 $13,750 $18,217 $22,772 Revenues: Revenue Bonds - 96,424,044 - - - - - Interest on Investments -(1,834)4,500 10,767 4,466 4,556 4,647 Total Revenues -96,422,210 4,500 10,767 4,466 4,556 4,647 Expenditures: Principal Payments -8,945,557 2,500,000 2,500,000 2,575,000 2,675,000 2,785,000 Interest Payments -4,170,232 11,038,900 11,038,850 10,963,900 10,860,900 10,753,900 Agency and Other Debt Expense -87,478,487 - - - - - Total Expenditures -100,594,277 13,538,900 13,538,850 13,538,900 13,535,900 13,538,900 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 (4,172,066) (13,534,400) (13,528,083) (13,534,434) (13,531,344) (13,534,253) Interfund Transfers -4,175,000 13,538,900 13,538,900 13,538,900 13,535,900 13,538,900 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 2,934 4,500 10,817 4,466 4,556 4,647 Percentage of Change 0%0%0%369%32%25%20% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $2,934 $4,500 $13,750 $18,217 $22,772 $27,419 303 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2823 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2016A FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $128,840 $157,680 $187,097 Revenues: Interest on Investments - -32,500 28,840 28,840 29,417 30,005 Total Revenues - -32,500 28,840 28,840 29,417 30,005 Expenditures: Principal Payments - -2,808,000 -415,000 843,000 861,000 Interest Payments - -1,671,840 100,000 246,000 232,500 222,300 Agency and Other Debt Expense - -1,040,256 -203,900 195,200 186,400 Total Expenditures - -5,520,096 100,000 864,900 1,270,700 1,269,700 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 0 (5,487,596) (71,160) (836,060) (1,241,283) (1,239,695) Interfund Transfers - -5,520,096 200,000 864,900 1,270,700 1,269,700 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 0 32,500 128,840 28,840 29,417 30,005 Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%22%19%16% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $32,500 $128,840 $157,680 $187,097 $217,102 304 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2824 - Wastewater Principal and Interest Fund 2016B FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $65,301 $80,601 $96,208 Revenues: Revenue Bonds - - 10,035,190 - - - - Interest on Investments - -32,500 15,301 15,301 15,607 15,919 Total Revenues - -10,067,690 15,301 15,301 15,607 15,919 Expenditures: Principal Payments - - - - -3,147,000 3,217,000 Interest Payments - -4,375,000 50,000 928,700 896,600 858,600 Agency and Other Debt Expense - - - -400,200 753,400 720,400 Total Expenditures - -4,375,000 50,000 1,328,900 4,797,000 4,796,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 0 5,692,690 (34,699) (1,313,599) (4,781,393) (4,780,081) Interfund Transfers - -4,375,000 100,000 1,328,900 4,797,000 4,796,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 0 10,067,690 65,301 15,301 15,607 15,919 Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%23%19%17% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $10,067,690 $65,301 $80,601 $96,208 $112,127 305 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 2825 - Wastewater Principal and Interst Fund 2016C FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $511,757 $513,383 $515,042 Revenues: Interest on Investments - - -1,594 1,626 1,659 1,692 Total Revenues - - -1,594 1,626 1,659 1,692 Expenditures: Principal Payments - - - -2,705,000 2,760,000 2,840,000 Interest Payments - - -2,489,837 6,842,300 6,788,200 6,705,400 Total Expenditures - - -2,489,837 9,547,300 9,548,200 9,545,400 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 0 0 (2,488,243) (9,545,674) (9,546,541) (9,543,708) Interfund Transfers - - -3,000,000 9,547,300 9,548,200 9,545,400 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 0 0 511,757 1,626 1,659 1,692 Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $511,757 $513,383 $515,042 $516,734 306 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE Proposed Principal and Interest Bond 1 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Revenues: Total Revenues - - - - - - - Expenditures: Principal Payments - - - -2,399,000 7,684,000 12,942,000 Interest Payments - - - -5,599,650 16,029,116 27,480,972 Agency and Other Debt Expense - - - -265,000 1,315,930 1,525,810 Total Expenditures - - - -8,263,650 25,029,046 41,948,782 Net Operating Income (Loss) 0 0 0 0 (8,263,650) (25,029,046) (41,948,782) Interfund Transfers - - - -8,263,650 25,029,046 41,948,782 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.0 0 0 - - - - Percentage of Change 0%0%0%0%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 307 Net Interest         and FeesPrincipal Payments$0$20$40$60$80$100$120MillionsDebt Service On Existing DebtFY14 Principal Payments do not include the advanced refunding of Series 2004A bonds through the issuance of Series 2012B bonds.FY18‐$95,352,595308 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 1,056,509,464 298,855,000 119,620,359 47,162,548 166,782,907 2,266,705 (6,816,212) 162,233,4006/30/2017 1,161,889,105 35,559,873 46,842,919 82,402,792 2,886,677 (6,433,904) 78,855,5656/30/2018 1,123,624,233 42,880,807 55,775,521 98,656,329 2,708,265 (6,011,999) 95,352,5956/30/2019 1,083,808,425 47,612,663 54,252,314 101,864,977 2,532,098 (5,586,192) 98,810,8836/30/2020 1,042,865,762 49,138,763 52,594,911 101,733,674 2,351,468 (5,150,272) 98,934,8706/30/2021 1,000,530,000 50,654,100 50,740,388 101,394,488 2,167,039 (4,705,335) 98,856,1916/30/2022 956,881,900 52,385,300 48,941,176 101,326,476 1,979,698 (4,262,124) 99,044,0506/30/2023 911,698,600 53,915,500 46,939,086 100,854,586 1,786,977 (3,803,122) 98,838,4426/30/2024 865,199,100 55,385,300 44,898,414 100,283,714 1,590,845 (3,340,311) 98,534,2496/30/2025 817,454,800 57,213,000 42,846,299 100,059,299 1,390,007 (2,867,065) 98,582,2416/30/2026 768,098,800 58,865,500 40,673,074 99,538,574 1,184,614 (2,381,900) 98,341,2886/30/2027 717,290,300 53,942,900 38,369,558 92,312,458 993,485 (1,981,298) 91,324,6456/30/2028 671,675,400 52,655,200 36,427,463 89,082,663 849,831 (1,807,517) 88,124,9776/30/2029 627,637,200 53,573,400 34,479,012 88,052,412 709,933 (1,705,882) 87,056,4636/30/2030 582,966,800 52,995,500 32,476,201 85,471,701 566,750 (1,614,982) 84,423,4696/30/2031 539,181,300 53,373,800 30,600,657 83,974,457 438,591 (1,614,982) 82,798,0666/30/2032 495,342,500 52,606,200 28,640,427 81,246,627 328,677 (1,614,982) 79,960,3216/30/2033 452,589,300 50,148,000 26,616,125 76,764,125 224,366 (1,614,982) 75,373,5096/30/2034 412,650,300 51,958,300 24,762,757 76,721,057 117,749 (1,614,982) 75,223,8236/30/2035 371,253,000 42,880,000 22,847,317 65,727,317 36,775 (1,614,982) 64,149,1106/30/2036 339,305,000 38,270,000 21,127,305 59,397,305 - (1,386,985) 58,010,3206/30/2037 312,360,000 50,200,000 19,329,932 69,529,932 - (1,139,988) 68,389,9446/30/2038 273,940,000 48,530,000 17,037,991 65,567,991 - - 65,567,9916/30/2039 233,910,000 53,190,000 14,728,825 67,918,825 - - 67,918,8256/30/2040 187,105,000 54,770,000 12,190,650 66,960,650 - - 66,960,6506/30/2041 138,975,000 57,365,000 9,590,450 66,955,450 - - 66,955,4506/30/2042 88,510,000 60,095,000 6,866,000 66,961,000 - - 66,961,0006/30/2043 35,520,000 25,235,000 3,861,250 29,096,250 - - 29,096,2506/30/2044 17,750,000 16,490,000 2,599,500 19,089,500 - - 19,089,5006/30/20459,090,000 17,320,000 1,775,000 19,095,000 - - 19,095,0006/30/2046- 18,180,000 909,000 19,089,000 - - 19,089,000Totals$867,585,000 $1,747,259,001 $1,045,898,341 $2,798,951,177 $32,426,373 ($91,867,307) $2,740,440,828Includes DNR Fees and Trustee/Dissemination FeeDebt Service Reserve Fund EarningsBudgeted Debt Service Schedule for Existing DebtMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictExisting Wastewater System Debt Service Amortization Schedule309 SPECIAL FUNDSIMPROVEMENT FUND:A fund to pay the cost of any improvements or to purchase any special tax bills issued for any improvement. The fund can receivemonies from the General Fund, bond issues, collection of special benefit assessments or special tax bills, sale of special tax bills, or anyother 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:310  $‐ $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000SPECIAL FUNDS CONSOLIDATEDRevenue Trends($s in thousands)Fund BalanceInterest, Fees, Misc.This analysis of MSD’s revenue compares actual revenues received in FY15 and FY16, forecasted for FY17, budgeted for FY18 andprojected for FY19 and FY20.Budgeted and projected interest income is based on 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 FY16, the District experienced an historic flooding event which resulted in insurance recoveries in the General Insurance Fund.   As a result, fund balance in theGeneral Insurance fund increased by over $12 million that year.  In FY18, the District will not fund operating expenses in the General Insurance fund with sewer service charges, but will spend down the fund balance instead.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. 311 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 4000 - Special Funds FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$19,090,461 $19,682,953 $14,265,023 $28,241,460 $29,491,999 $25,058,930 $24,279,396 Revenues: Interest on Investments 122,650 204,756 85,378 213,585 176,731 180,266 183,871 Connection and Other Fees 1,440,668 1,242,332 1,038,000 1,391,778 1,217,000 1,217,000 1,217,000 Miscellaneous 132,403 11,091,200 -250,129 - - - Total Revenues 1,695,722 12,538,288 1,123,378 1,855,492 1,393,731 1,397,266 1,400,871 Expenditures: Personnel Services 706,432 995,170 675,000 448,558 670,000 670,000 690,500 Supplies -645,053 - - - - - Utilities -247,635 - - - - - Contractual Services 7,668,581 13,817,887 8,170,800 12,663,037 8,956,800 8,956,800 9,236,500 Capital Outlay -52,118 - - - - - Construction and Engineering 1,775,583 1,671,918 -550,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 Interfund Labor Transfers - -115,000 43,357 50,000 50,000 50,000 Total Expenditures 10,150,596 17,429,781 8,960,800 13,704,952 12,676,800 12,676,800 12,977,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) (8,454,874) (4,891,493) (7,837,422) (11,849,461) (11,283,069) (11,279,534) (11,576,129) Interfund Transfers 9,047,366 13,450,000 13,100,000 13,100,000 6,850,000 10,500,000 10,750,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.592,492 8,558,507 5,262,578 1,250,539 (4,433,069) (779,534) (826,129) Percentage of Change 3%43%37%4%-15%-3%-3% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$19,682,953 $28,241,460 $19,527,601 $29,491,999 $25,058,930 $24,279,396 $23,453,267 312 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 4102 - Improvement Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$3,986,619 $4,973,201 $5,426,753 $6,069,629 $7,485,700 $5,681,304 $3,877,479 Revenues: Interest on Investments 27,056 50,782 16,530 54,720 28,604 29,176 29,759 Connection and Other Fees 1,440,668 1,242,332 1,038,000 1,391,778 1,217,000 1,217,000 1,217,000 Miscellaneous 118,858 95,481 -(712) - - - Total Revenues 1,586,582 1,388,595 1,054,530 1,445,786 1,245,604 1,246,176 1,246,759 Expenditures: Construction and Engineering 600,000 292,167 - -3,000,000 3,000,000 3,000,000 Interfund Labor Transfers - -75,000 29,714 50,000 50,000 50,000 Total Expenditures 600,000 292,167 75,000 29,714 3,050,000 3,050,000 3,050,000 Net Operating Income (Loss) 986,582 1,096,428 979,530 1,416,072 (1,804,396) (1,803,824) (1,803,241) Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.986,582 1,096,428 979,530 1,416,072 (1,804,396) (1,803,824) (1,803,241) Percentage of Change 25%22%18%23%-24%-32%-47% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$4,973,201 $6,069,629 $6,406,283 $7,485,700 $5,681,304 $3,877,479 $2,074,239 313 PROJECT NAMEMUNICIPALITYCOST ESTIMATEPAGE (1)INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2018)Various$3,000,000 121NUMBER OF PROJECTS: 1FUND TOTAL:$3,000,000 (1)  The Page refers to the page number in the Budget Supplement Appendix1PROJECT LISTINGIMPROVEMENT FUND - 4102FY18314 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 4104 - Water Backup Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$5,872,912 $5,699,690 $2,532,678 $1,757,084 $2,883,639 $5,714,746 $5,946,501 Revenues: Interest on Investments 39,168 38,591 33,500 21,852 32,407 33,055 33,716 Total Revenues 39,168 38,591 33,500 21,852 32,407 33,055 33,716 Expenditures: Contractual Services 3,862,390 7,631,197 3,196,800 5,495,297 3,801,300 3,801,300 3,877,400 Total Expenditures 3,862,390 7,631,197 3,196,800 5,495,297 3,801,300 3,801,300 3,877,400 Net Operating Income (Loss) (3,823,222) (7,592,606) (3,163,300) (5,473,445) (3,768,893) (3,768,245) (3,843,684) Interfund Transfers 3,650,000 3,650,000 6,600,000 6,600,000 6,600,000 4,000,000 4,000,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(173,222) (3,942,606) 3,436,700 1,126,555 2,831,107 231,755 156,316 Percentage of Change -3%-69%136%64%98%4%3% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$5,699,690 $1,757,084 $5,969,378 $2,883,639 $5,714,746 $5,946,501 $6,102,818 315 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 4105 - General Insurance Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$1,121,402 $1,526,053 $1,148,305 $13,764,032 $12,493,374 $6,749,736 $7,257,736 Revenues: Interest on Investments 18,051 68,926 6,729 94,800 81,863 83,500 85,170 Miscellaneous 1,857 10,995,720 -250,841 - - - Total Revenues 19,908 11,064,645 6,729 345,641 81,863 83,500 85,170 Expenditures: Personnel Services 706,432 995,170 675,000 448,558 670,000 670,000 690,500 Supplies -645,053 - - - - - Utilities -247,635 - - - - - Contractual Services 3,806,191 6,186,690 4,974,000 7,167,741 5,155,500 5,155,500 5,359,100 Capital Outlay -52,118 - - - - - Total Expenditures 4,512,623 8,126,666 5,649,000 7,616,299 5,825,500 5,825,500 6,049,600 Net Operating Income (Loss) (4,492,715) 2,937,979 (5,642,271) (7,270,658) (5,743,637) (5,742,000) (5,964,430) Interfund Transfers 4,897,366 9,300,000 6,000,000 6,000,000 -6,250,000 6,500,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.404,651 12,237,979 357,729 (1,270,658) (5,743,637) 508,000 535,570 Percentage of Change 36%802%31%-9%-46%8%7% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,526,053 $13,764,032 $1,506,034 $12,493,374 $6,749,736 $7,257,736 $7,793,306 316 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 4122 - Wastewater Emergency Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$5,497,165 $4,601,431 $3,250,859 $3,503,263 $3,214,964 $3,490,542 $3,766,632 Revenues: Interest on Investments 29,848 31,583 24,136 25,344 25,578 26,090 26,612 Total Revenues 29,848 31,583 24,136 25,344 25,578 26,090 26,612 Expenditures: Construction and Engineering 1,175,583 1,379,751 -550,000 - - - Interfund Labor Transfers - -40,000 13,643 - - - Total Expenditures 1,175,583 1,379,751 40,000 563,643 - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) (1,145,734) (1,348,168) (15,864) (538,299) 25,578 26,090 26,612 Interfund Transfers 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.(895,734) (1,098,168) 234,136 (288,299) 275,578 276,090 276,612 Percentage of Change -16%-24%7%-8%9%8%7% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$4,601,431 $3,503,263 $3,484,995 $3,214,964 $3,490,542 $3,766,632 $4,043,243 317 METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 4123 - Stormwater Emergency Fund FY15 FY16 FY17 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 Actual Actual Budget Forecast Budget Budget Budget FUND BALANCE B.O.P.$1,391,325 $1,649,852 $1,906,428 $1,914,725 $2,181,595 $2,189,875 $2,198,320 Revenues: Interest on Investments 8,526 14,874 4,484 16,869 8,280 8,445 8,614 Total Revenues 8,526 14,874 4,484 16,869 8,280 8,445 8,614 Expenditures: Total Expenditures - - - - - - - Net Operating Income (Loss) 8,526 14,874 4,484 16,869 8,280 8,445 8,614 Interfund Transfers 250,000 250,000 250,000 250,000 - - - Increase (Decrease) in Fund Bal.258,526 264,874 254,484 266,869 8,280 8,445 8,614 Percentage of Change 19%16%13%14%0%0%0% FUND BALANCE E.O.P.$1,649,852 $1,914,725 $2,160,912 $2,181,595 $2,189,875 $2,198,320 $2,206,934 318 Fiscal Year 2018 BUDGET319 BUDGET ORDINANCEAn ordinance is a bill, resolution or order by means of which appropriations aregiven legal effect. It is the method by which the appropriation of the annualbudget is enacted into law by the Board of Trustees.FY18 Budget Ordinance #14683 and Reconciliation320 Revenue:Appropriations: Wastewater Revenue Fund359,039,025$ General Fund163,493,836$ Total Revenue Funds359,039,025$ Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund3,801,300 General Insurance Fund5,825,500 OMCI Funds (Tax Commission Fees)470,672 Fund Transfers: Interfund Labor Transfers26,459,703 Total Operating Budget200,051,011$ General Fund 186,259,675$ Sanitary Replacement Fund 58,000,000 Debt Service Funds 107,929,350$ Wastewater Emergency Fund 250,000 Construction Funds 1,180,000 Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund 6,600,000 Total Other Appropriations109,109,350$ Debt Service Funds 107,929,350 Total Fund Transfers359,039,025$ Total Appropriations309,160,361$ BUDGET ORDINANCE NO. 14683Fiscal Year 2018321 FY18 BUDGET ORDINANCE NO. 14683 AN ORDINANCE, repealing and superseding Ordinance No. 14392 adopted June 9, 2016, 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, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018, amounting in the aggregate to Three Hundred Nine Million One Hundred Sixty Thousand Three Hundred Sixty-one Dollars ($309,160,361) 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 11, 2017. 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 Fifty-nine Million Thirty-nine Thousand Twenty-five Dollars ($359,039,025) 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, 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, 2017, and ending June 30, 2018. WASTEWATER USER CHARGE REVENUE $359,039,025 EXPENSE APPROPRIATIONS Section Two – General Fund. There is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund the sum of One Hundred Eighty-six Million Two Hundred Fifty-nine Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-five Dollars ($186,259,675). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the General Fund of the District the sum of One Hundred Sixty-three Million Four Hundred Ninety-three Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty-six Dollars ($163,493,836) for the support, operation and maintenance of several departments, Board, Civil Service Commission, and other lawful activities of the District. SECTION TWO APPROPRIATIONS $163,493,836 Section Three – 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 Six Million Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($6,600,000) 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 Eight Hundred One Thousand Three Hundred Dollars ($3,801,300). SECTION THREE APPROPRIATIONS $3,801,300 Section Four – General Insurance Fund. For the purpose of providing workers’ compensation, property insurance, general liability insurance, auto liability insurance and flood insurance there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the General Insurance Fund the sum of Five Million Eight Hundred Twenty-five Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($5,825,500). SECTION FOUR APPROPRIATIONS $5,825,500 322 Section Five – Improvement Fund. For the purpose of providing for the cost of improvements there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Improvement Fund the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000). SECTION FIVE APPROPRIATIONS $50,000 Section Six – For the purpose of providing Stormwater Operations, Maintenance, Administration, and Construction Improvements, there is hereby appropriated Nineteen Million Three Hundred Eighty Thousand Three Hundred Seventy-five Dollars ($19,380,375). Appropriations will be executed through the Stormwater Operations, Maintenance, Administration and Construction Improvement Funds as follows: Section Six (1) – Stormwater Regulatory Fund (5110). For the purpose of providing for operations, maintenance, administration, and construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Stormwater Regulatory Fund the sum of Four Million Three Hundred Twenty-six Thousand One Hundred Three Dollars ($4,326,103) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (2) – Districtwide Stormwater Fund (5120). For the purpose of providing for operations, maintenance, administration, and construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Districtwide Stormwater Fund the sum of Eight Million Three Hundred Ninety-four Thousand Three Hundred Ninety Dollars ($8,394,390) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (3) – Stormwater and Maintenance, Operations and Construction Improvement Fund (5130). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Stormwater and Maintenance, Operations and Construction Improvement Fund the sum of Five Million Six Hundred Seventeen Thousand Four Hundred Three Dollars ($5,617,403) for use by the Executive Director. 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 Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) for use by the Executive Director. 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 Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) for use by the Executive Director. 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 Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) for use by the Executive Director. 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 Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (8) – 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 Two Hundred Thousand Dollars ($200,000) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (9) – 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 One Hundred Twenty-two Thousand Four Hundred Eighty Dollars ($122,480) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (10) – 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 Dollars ($75,000) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (11) – 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 One Hundred Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($125,000) for use by the Executive Director. 323 Section Six (12) – 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 Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) for use by the Executive Director. Section Six (13) – Meramec River Basin OMCI Fund (5591). For the purpose of providing for Operations, Maintenance, Administration, Construction Improvement, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Meramec River Basin OMCI Fund the sum of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) for use by the Executive Director. SECTION SIX APPROPRIATIONS $19,380,375 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 Zero Dollars ($0) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for emergency work or repairs. SECTION SEVEN APPROPRIATIONS $0 Section Eight – Stormwater Emergency Fund. For the purpose of providing for emergency work or repairs requiring prompt attention, there is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Stormwater Emergency Fund the sum of Zero Dollars ($0) for use by the Executive Director in contracting for emergency work or repairs. SECTION EIGHT APPROPRIATIONS $0 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, 2017 and ending June 30, 2018, there is hereby transferred from the Wastewater Revenue Fund to the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Funds the total sum of One Hundred Seven Million Nine Hundred Twenty-nine Thousand Three Hundred Fifty Dollars ($107,929,350). 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-four Million One Hundred Ninety-eight Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($24,198,200). Section Nine (2) – 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 Fifty-three Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($3,353,900). Section Nine (3) – 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 Fifty-seven Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($3,857,600). Section Nine (4) – 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 Three Hundred Eighty-nine Thousand Two Hundred Dollars ($15,389,200). Section Nine (5) – 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 Three Hundred Forty-seven Thousand One Hundred Dollars ($9,347,100). Section Nine (6) – 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 Nine Million Nine Hundred Seventy-nine Thousand Seven Hundred Dollars ($9,979,700). Section Nine (7) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2013A – Fund (2820) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of 324 the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Proposed Fund the sum of Three Million Three Hundred Ninety-seven Thousand Six Hundred Dollars ($3,397,600). Section Nine (8) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2015A – Fund (2821) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2821 the sum of Four Million Eight Hundred Sixty-two Thousand Four Hundred Dollars ($4,862,400). Section Nine (9) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2015B – Fund (2822) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2822 the sum of Thirteen Million Five Hundred Thirty-eight Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($13,538,900). Section Nine (10) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2016A – Fund (2823) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2823 the sum of Eight Hundred Sixty-four Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($864,900). Section Nine (11) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2016B – Fund (2824) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2824 the sum of One Million Three Hundred Twenty-eight Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($1,328,900). Section Nine (12) – Wastewater Principal and Interest Bond 2016C – Fund (2825) There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Wastewater Revenue Bond Service Fund Number 2825 the sum of Nine Million Five Hundred Forty-seven Thousand Three Hundred Dollars ($9,547,300). Section Nine (13) – 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 Eight Million Two Hundred Sixty-three Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Dollars ($8,263,650). SECTION NINE APPROPRIATIONS $107,929,350 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 Fifty-eight Million Dollars ($58,000,000). There is hereby appropriated and set apart out of the Sanitary Replacement Fund the sum of Eight Million Six Hundred Eighty Thousand Dollars ($8,680,000) for use by the Executive Director for internal labor costs associated with projects appropriated in this fund. SECTION TEN APPROPRIATIONS $8,680,000 TOTAL DISTRICT BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS $ 309,160,361 SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS FISCAL YEAR 2018 Fund(s) AppropriationGeneral Fund $163,493,836Water Backup Insurance and Reimbursement Fund 3,801,300General Insurance Fund 5,825,500Improvement Fund 50,000OMCI Funds 19,380,375Emergency Funds 0Debt Service Funds 107,929,350Sanitary Replacement Fund 8,680,000Total District Appropriations $309,160,361 The foregoing Ordinance was adopted June 8, 2017. 325 TAX ORDINANCEFY18 Tax Ordinance #14684Taxes are based on voter-approved rates that are included on the tax bills issuedby the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County. The tax bills are calculated basedon the tax assessment information provided by the governing authority and thecurrent tax rates. The tax revenue is realized in the first half of the fiscal year.326 TAX ORDINANCE NO. 14684 AN ORDINANCE repealing Ordinance No. 14523, adopted September 29, 2016, and enacting a new Ordinance in lieu thereof, adjusting the previously fixed taxes by determining the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed, and collected in the year 2017 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. 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 2017 to levy, assess, and 327 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, 2017, 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, 2017, the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed, and collected in the year 2017 on all taxable tangible property within the boundaries of The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District shall be Five Million Two Hundred Ten Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty-seven Dollars ($5,210,757), which will be produced by the rate of one point nine six cents (.0196) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for residential property, one point nine six cents (.0196) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for agricultural property, one point nine six cents (.0196) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for commercial property and one point nine six cents (.0196) per one hundred dollars assessed valuation for personal property, and of which Seven Hundred Ninety-five Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-one Dollars ($795,631), 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 Four Hundred Fifteen Thousand One Hundred Twenty-six Dollars ($4,415,126), shall be levied, assessed, and collected on taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within said District. These funds are to be allocated to the Stormwater Regulatory Fund. Section Three. In The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, for the purpose of providing revenue for the operations of 328 the District’s stormwater utility, including stormwater system operation and maintenance, rehabilitation and limited construction of infrastructure and other capital improvements, and an operating reserve, and for the anticipated tax delinquencies during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2017, the amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed, and collected in the year 2017 on all taxable tangible property in said District shall be Twenty-six Million One Hundred Sixty-seven Thousand Four Hundred Nine Dollars ($26,167,409), which total sum will be produced by the rate of ten cents (.100) 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, and of which total sum Four Million Fifty-nine Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-nine Dollars ($4,059,339), 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 Twenty-two Million One Hundred Eight Thousand Seventy Dollars ($22,108,070), shall be levied, assessed, and collected on taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within said District. These funds are to be allocated to the Districtwide Stormwater Fund. Section Four. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 329 commercial property and zero cents (.000) 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 2017 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 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 Six. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 330 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 Seven. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 Eight. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 2017 on all taxable 331 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 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 Ten. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 2017 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 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 332 personal property. Section Twelve. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 Thirteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 Fourteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 on all taxable 333 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 2017 on all taxable tangible property within that part of the corporate limits of St. Louis County lying within Subdistrict No. 449 (Meramec River Basin - 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 2017 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 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. 334 Section Seventeen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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 Eighteen. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 2017 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 335 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 2017 on all taxable 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 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-One. The amount of taxes which shall be levied, assessed and collected in the year 2017 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 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. 336 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. The foregoing Ordinance was adopted June 8, 2017. 337 GLOSSARIES338 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. 339 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. 340 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 341 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 342 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. 343 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, 344 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 345 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 346 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; 347 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. 348 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. 349 ACRONYMS WWTP: Wastewater Treatment Plant 350 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET SUPPLEMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 2018 PREFACE This annual Budget Supplement provides information about the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's intended Capital Improvement and Replacement Program during Fiscal Year 2018 (July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018). This document is divided into the following sections: • Program Summary (includes a glossary of terms used in the Budget Supplement) • Wastewater Engineering Projects • Wastewater Construction Projects • Wastewater Continued Projects • Wastewater Contingency Projects • Wastewater Program • Stormwater Engineering Projects • Stormwater Construction Projects • Stormwater Continued Projects • Stormwater Contingency Projects • Stormwater Program • Appendix The Wastewater Construction Projects and Stormwater Construction Projects sections list projects that have scheduled construction starts during Fiscal Year 2018. The Wastewater Engineering Projects and Stormwater Engineering Projects sections list projects that have scheduled engineering starts during Fiscal Year 2018 (which includes design, planning, and data collection/system investigation services). Due to the magnitude and complexity of these projects and the requirements for permitting and easement acquisition, their construction is scheduled in future years. The Contingency Projects sections detail projects that are currently scheduled for Fiscal Year 2019, but may be expedited and constructed during Fiscal Year 2018, if revenue becomes available and project schedules allow. The Wastewater and Stormwater Program sections summarize the capital program by fund. For each new project identified for funding in Fiscal Year 2018, this document provides information regarding the approximate project scope and estimated cost. For projects continued from previous fiscal years, only the estimated construction cost and reason for continuance are provided. Specific information regarding Continued Projects was included in previous Budget Supplement documents in the fiscal years in which the projects were initially identified. Lastly, a listing of all Fiscal Year 2018 projects sorted by municipality is provided in the Appendix. On the Cover: MSD Project Clear is the initiative to improve water quality and alleviate many wastewater concerns in the St. Louis region. It will invest billions of dollars over a generation in planning, designing, and building community rainscaping, new system improvements, and an ambitious program of maintenance and repair. 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ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR) 26 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) 27 FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) 28 FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017) 29 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016) 30 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT A 31 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT B 32 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT A 33 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT B 34 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT C 35 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT A 36 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT B 37 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT C 38 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT D 39 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT E 40 GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIG BEND RD) 41 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) 42 GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) 43 HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATION APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 3 of 8 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX - FY18 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 44 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) 45 LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTS 46 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 47 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 48 LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE 49 LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07) 50 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) 51 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 52 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 53 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL 54 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS 55 MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) 56 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) 57 MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE) 58 MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) 59 MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWER 60 NEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION (P-323) IMPROVEMENTS 61 NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTS 62 PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLM AVENUE) 63 PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) 64 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017) 65 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 4 of 8 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX - FY18 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 66 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL 67 ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE) 68 STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) 69 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) 70 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017) 71 TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) 72 THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) 73 TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD) 74 TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN) 75 UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD) 76 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B 77 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNEL 78 WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD AND BIG BEND WOODS DR) 79 WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATION 80 YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141) 81 APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE) 82 BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429) REPLACEMENT 83 BRANCH FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATION REHABILITATION 84 BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773) REPLACEMENT 85 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKS ROAD TO RIVER VALLEY) 86 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561) 87 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561) 88 CITY LAKES STORAGE MODIFICATIONS FOR CSO CONTROL APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 5 of 8 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX - FY18 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 89 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENT 90 COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT 91 COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWER 92 CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD) 93 CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161) 94 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE 95 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) 96 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I 97 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II 98 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II 99 DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD) 100 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A 101 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) 102 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2018) 103 ENGELHOLM RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ENGELHOLM AVENUE AND ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD) 104 FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774) REPLACEMENT 105 FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD) 106 FENTON WWTF HEADWORKS GATE IMPROVEMENTS 107 FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS 108 FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS 109 FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR) 110 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT A 111 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT B APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 6 of 8 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX - FY18 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 112 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT C 113 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT D 114 GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION 115 GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION 116 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRS 117 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF FLOOD PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTS 118 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK) 119 HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) 120 HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD) 121 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2018) 122 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT A 123 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT B 124 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) 125 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) 126 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) 127 KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD) 128 KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD) 129 LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733) REPLACEMENT 130 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A 131 LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE I 132 LOWER MERAMEC PUMP STATIONS FLOOD MITIGATION 133 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL 134 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 7 of 8 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX - FY18 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 135 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION 136 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF FERRIC CHLORIDE STORAGE AND FEED FACILITY 137 NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF 138 ODELL 6942 - 44 FLOOD MITIGATION 138 PADDOCK CREEK I/I REDUCTION (PRIVATE) 139 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM 140 PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSION 141 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL 142 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION 143 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION 144 ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739) REPLACEMENT 145 STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVAL 146 SULPHUR YARD - VACTOR TRUCK DISPOSAL BUILDING 147 UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) 148 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR) 149 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01, WC-02, & WC-03) 150 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B 185 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - WATER QUALITY GENERAL SUPPORT (2017) 186 AVIGNON CT & BEAUCAIRE DR STORM SEWER (WARSON WOODS 3 - 04 05 09) 187 BIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE I 188 CHARLANE & HILLCHESTER STORM SEWER 189 COTTAGE #206 STORM IMPROVEMENTS 190 DOANE DRIVE #1719 STORM SEWER 191 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR STORMWATER PROJECTS (2018) 192 EDGEHILL DRIVE #1021 - 1029 STORM SEWER APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 8 of 8 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX - FY18 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 193 HUDSON RD. #1401 - #1405 BANK STABILIZATION (MCDW-120) 194 JETT DRIVE #10129 STORM SEWER 195 LINDEN #1064 STORM SEWER 196 MARKDALE DR. #8571 AND 8575 STORM SEWER 197 ROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWER 198 STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR / REPLACEMENT - DISTRICTWIDE (2018) APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX CONTINGENCY PROJECTS - FY19 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 151 AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER, HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, AND HAMBURG) 152 BISSELL POINT WWTF REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEM 153 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) 154 CLARA 523 COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT 155 COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) STORAGE 156 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) 157 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II 158 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) 159 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) 160 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION 161 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION 162 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) 163 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF 164 FRONTENAC, WINDING RIDGE, DEER CREEK HILL I/I REDUCTION (S QUAD I-64 AND CLAYTON RD) 165 GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS 166 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) 167 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) 168 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) 169 HARMANN ESTATES PUMP STATION (P-709) ELIMINATION 170 HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND AVE TO W ROSE HILL AVE) 171 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2019) 172 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) 173 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 2 of 2 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM MAP INDEX CONTINGENCY PROJECTS - FY19 PAGE NUMBER PROJECT NAME 174 LAY RD - GALLERIA I/I REDUCTION (CLAYTON RD AND LAY RD) 175 LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE 176 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) 177 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) 178 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION 179 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION 180 OAKLAND COMBINED SEWER DETENTION AND STORAGE (CLAYTON AVE AND OAKLAND AVE) 181 OLIVE / WASHINGTON - GRAND TO VANDEVENTER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF 182 RIVERSIDE AND YARNELL SANITARY RELIEF REPLACEMENT 183 ROBYN I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND ROBYN RD) 184 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B 199 HALL STREET FROM RIVERVIEW TO GRAND STORM SEWERS 200 HALL STREET FROM RIVERVIEW TO GRAND STORM SEWERS 201 MAYWOOD-MYRON STORM SEWER APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 1 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY - FY18 TYPE OF PROJECT NUMBER OF PROJECTS PROJECT COST Wastewater Engineering 80 $58,274,000 Wastewater Construction 70 $240,503,000 Stormwater Engineering 1 $100,000 Stormwater Construction 13 $8,595,000 TOTAL:164 $307,472,000 Wastewater Continued 7 $30,441,000 Stormwater Continued 2 $1,199,000 TOTAL:9 $31,640,000 GRAND TOTAL:173 $339,112,000 APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 1 of 8 The identification and prioritization of projects to be included in the Capital Improvement and Replacement Program is a multi-step process, requiring 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. 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 with the goal that the highest priority projects are funded first. Project cost estimates used in the budget preparation process and shown in the Budget Supplement are usually based on the preliminary study stage of the process. At this stage there is typically a minimal amount of detailed information available regarding geotechnical conditions, utility relocation requirements, easement requirements, and other site-specific issues that have the potential to significantly affect the project’s construction cost. Preliminary study cost estimates are intended to be within thirty percent of the design engineer’s final estimates. Individual projects may vary to a greater degree than the average, due to unanticipated site- specific conditions that impact the project cost. 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 stormwater or wastewater problems, remedy deficiencies identified through planning studies and hydraulic APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 2 of 8 analysis of the system, and implement required collection system and wastewater treatment plant maintenance and upgrades. Upon the initial identification of regulatory issues, localized problems, or system deficiencies, a conceptual solution is developed, which includes a project scope, cost estimate, and priority ranking of the project relative to similar projects. This solution and associated cost estimate are general, based on a single site visit and a “table-top” analysis of the problem. The project may then be incorporated into the Capital Improvement and Replacement Program in a specific fiscal year, based on the availability of funds and priority of the project. 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 to ensure that the conceptual solution is still viable, given current conditions, regulatory requirements, and updated project cost estimate and priority ranking. In performing this preliminary study, the District may make multiple site visits to inspect the problem area and estimate alignment of the sewer or channel to be constructed. Preliminary survey information may be obtained and a more detailed hydraulic analysis performed than was done at the conceptual solution level. Preliminary studies are typically performed by the Engineering Department. However, the District may use engineering consultants to perform preliminary studies during periods of heavy workload, or for large, complex projects such as new treatment plants, upgrades to existing treatment plants, tunnel projects, or major sewer upgrades. Upon completion of a preliminary study, the project’s priority ranking is reevaluated relative to other, similar projects. A project may be rescheduled to a later fiscal year within the APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 3 of 8 Capital Improvement and Replacement Program, should its priority ranking be reduced due to increased project cost estimate or modification of its scope. The final design of a project is performed by either the District’s Engineering Department staff or via engineering consultant services. As part of the final design process, topographic and geotechnical information is collected, utility conflicts are identified, construction plans and specifications are prepared, and easement plats are drafted. In FY 2018, 55 engineering budget items have been procured using the Watershed Consultant approach, retaining firms for multi-year efforts on a related suite of projects, in order to increase efficiency, expedite the program and meet Consent Decree requirements and schedule. Following is a listing of the Watershed Consultant related engineering projects and associated professional service firms: Project Number Project Name Page Number Budget Watershed Program Consultant - 11151 - Construction Management Services - Tank/Treatment/Pump Station Facilities. Consultant: Kennedy Associates / Architects, Inc. 11151 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES 16 7,360,000 Watershed Program Consultant - 11152 - Construction Management Services - Lower and Middle RDP Tunnel Facilities. Consultant: Shannon & Wilson, Inc. 11152 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES 14 3,500,000 Watershed Program Consultant - 11826 - Construction Management Services - Lower Meramec and Deer Creek Tunnels. Consultant: Black & Veatch Corporation 11826 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS 15 7,500,000 Watershed Program Design Consultant - 11109 - Lower & Middle RDP CSO Controls System Improvements. Consultant: Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. 11711 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) 44 410,000 12721 LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE 48 155,000 11820 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) 50 520,000 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 51 320,000 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 52 500,000 APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 4 of 8 11656 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) 56 470,000 Watershed Program Design Consultant - 11110 - Deer Creek Sanitary System Improvements. Consultant: Parsons Water & Infrastructure, Inc. 12471 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II 21 300,000 11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) 23 1,000,000 Watershed Program Design Consultant - 11144 - Bissell - Coldwater - Missouri - Meramec Sanitary System Improvements. Consultant: AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc. 12092 BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR) 1 322,000 12029 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A 2 81,000 12026 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT C 3 88,000 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 4 1,150,000 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 5 650,000 12104 BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR) 9 480,000 12112 CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE) 11 300,000 12131 CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) 17 457,000 12160 EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD) 24 65,000 12164 ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR) 25 55,000 10012 FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) 27 600,000 12269 GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIG BEND RD) 40 20,000 12530 ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE) 67 59,000 12229 THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) 72 50,000 12238 TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN) 74 129,000 12273 WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD AND BIG BEND WOODS DR) 78 20,000 12309 YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141) 80 25,000 Watershed Program Design Consultant - 11145 - Lemay Sanitary System Improvements. Consultant: Burns & McDonnell Engineering Co. Inc. 11847 BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERS 7 890,000 12100 BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD) 8 260,000 12111 CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR) 10 260,000 12138 CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD) 19 175,000 12042 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A 22 70,000 11737 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) 26 800,000 10496 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) 41 50,000 12510 GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) 42 65,000 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 46 390,000 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 47 650,000 12329 LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07) 49 820,000 12511 MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) 55 70,000 12342 MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE) 57 420,000 APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 5 of 8 12348 MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) 58 40,000 12163 PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLM AVENUE) 62 450,000 12218 STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) 68 90,000 12228 TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) 71 110,000 12230 TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD) 73 320,000 12244 UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD) 75 175,000 Watershed Program Design Consultant - 11153 - RDP Tributaries (Deer Creek) Controls System Improvements. Consultant: HDR Engineering, Inc. 12144 DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION 20 230,000 12846 HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATION 43 160,000 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL 53 1,800,000 10869 MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWER 59 310,000 11153 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) 65 750,000 12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL 66 3,800,000 12440 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNEL 77 700,000 11212 WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATION 79 500,000 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 neighborhood meetings hosted by the District. For smaller projects, property owners are individually contacted during the design of the project. Many projects require that new easements be acquired to enable the project to be constructed. The time required to acquire these easements is lengthy and may result in delays in the planned construction schedule. When necessary, the District may condemn for easements in order to ensure that a project is constructed. Any required condemnation proceedings are performed in full compliance with state and federal law. Some projects may additionally require specific permitting from other government agencies, such as the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, prior to bidding. APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 6 of 8 A project is advertised for public bidding a minimum of 30 days, followed by a formal bid opening. Bids are evaluated to determine the lowest responsive, responsible bidder. Appropriation and contract ordinances are submitted to the Board of Trustees for their approval. Upon ordinance passage, contracts are executed and notices to proceed are issued. In addition to wastewater and stormwater projects, the District may construct sanitary sewer sub-district projects at the request of property owners currently served by private systems or individual septic tank systems. These sub-districts are financed by the benefiting property owners, using special benefit assessments. The affected property owners initiate the projects by submitting a petition to the District, which provides design and construction management assistance. Because of the uncertainty of the viability and/or schedule of sub-district projects, they are not always listed in the Budget Supplement. 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. Generally, Fund 6660, the Sanitary Replacement Fund, is used to pay for capital wastewater work, while Fund 1101, 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 Districtwide Stormwater Fund, the Stormwater Regulatory Fund, the Improvement Fund, or from various Operation, Maintenance, APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 7 of 8 Construction, and Improvement (OMCI) funds. These OMCI funds are established in certain areas of the District, are supported by property tax collection, and must be spent only within their specific areas of tax collection. The sections included in this Budget Supplement document are: • Program Summary – summary of budget, and number and type of projects. Includes general description of the capital program and budgeting process, and a glossary of terms. • Wastewater Engineering Projects – summary and details on wastewater engineering consulting services and other professional services necessary to implement the wastewater program. • Wastewater Construction Projects – summary and details on wastewater construction projects and other expenses such as property rights acquisition necessary to implement the wastewater program. • Wastewater Continued Projects – summary of wastewater projects continued from previous fiscal years, due to difficulties in easement acquisition, permitting process or coordination with other agencies, design revisions or status, or other special issues. • Wastewater Contingency Projects – summary and details on wastewater projects currently budgeted in the next fiscal year, but having the chance to be expedited into the current fiscal year, if scheduling or budget allow. • Wastewater Program – annual alphabetical listing of wastewater projects by fund, including the type of service (task) budgeted. • Stormwater Engineering Projects - summary and details on stormwater engineering consulting services and other professional services necessary to implement the stormwater program. • Stormwater Construction Projects - summary and details on stormwater construction projects and other expenses such as property rights acquisition necessary to implement the stormwater program. • Stormwater Continued Projects - summary of stormwater projects continued from previous fiscal years, due to difficulties in easement acquisition, permitting process or coordination with other agencies, design revisions or status, or other special issues. APPENDIX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY 8 of 8 • Stormwater Contingency Projects - summary and details on stormwater projects currently budgeted in the next fiscal year, but having the chance to be expedited into the current fiscal year, if scheduling or budget allow. • Stormwater Program - annual alphabetical listing of stormwater projects by fund, including the type of service (task) budgeted. • Appendix – list of projects by municipality. Please note that the detail sheets for each project in this document include approximate locations and quantities of work to be performed. These maps and quantities are approximate only, and final location and extent of work may vary depending on final design and/or field conditions during construction. APPENDIX GLOSSARY BIORETENTION A concave landscape feature which stores, filters, and infiltrates stormwater runoff. BIOSTABILIZATION A method of repairing eroding streams by utilizing the structural properties of live plants to rebuild eroded streambanks and incised channels. BIOSWALE A sloped open drainage channel with landscape elements designed to store, filter, and infiltrate stormwater runoff. CD The Federal Consent Decree, entered on April 27, 2012 and all appendices and all modifications or amendments thereto, between MSD, United States of America, and the Missouri Coalition for the Environment Foundation designed to eliminate or reduce overflows from the Combined and Separate Sewer Systems in order to improve water quality and protect human health and the environment. CIPP Cured in Place Pipe, a construction method to rehabilitate a sewer pipe by lining it with a new pipe. This work does not require excavating the pipe and replacing it in total. CIRP Capital Improvement and Replacement Program, the ongoing system improvement efforts by MSD. CMOM Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance program. COE United States Army Corps of Engineers. COMBINED SEWER The portion of MSD's sewer system designed to convey municipal sewage (i.e. domestic, commercial and industrial wastewaters) and stormwater runoff through a single-pipe system to a wastewater treatment facility and/or to a CSO outfall. CONSENT DECREE See “CD”. CSO Combined Sewer Overflow, any discharge from the combined sewer system at a point prior to the headworks of a wastewater treatment facility. FORCE MAIN A pressurized sewer pipe that can carry wastewater. Sewer force mains are necessary when topography, or other system characteristics, do not allow wastewater to move through the line by the influence of gravity alone. Force mains are the pipes that convey wastewater under pressure through the work of pumps located in pump stations or lift stations. GI Green Infrastructure, environmentally friendly and sustainable stormwater management practices that reduce runoff by using infiltration, such as bioretention and bioswales. GRADE CONTROL STRUCTURE A structure constructed in a creek or stream to control erosion. The structure allows water to pass to a lower elevation while directing the energy and velocity of the water in a manner that minimizes erosion that would otherwise change the shape of the stream. APPENDIX GLOSSARY I/I Inflow and Infiltration; inflow refers to direct connections of rainwater sources to the sanitary sewer system; infiltration refers to groundwater sources of flows into sewer pipes. Inflow sources can include roof downspouts, yard and area drains, foundation drains, manhole covers, cross connections from storm sewers, or inlets. Infiltration sources can include defective building laterals, sewer pipes, pipe joints, connections, or manhole walls. INFILTRATION Infiltration refers to groundwater sources of flows into sewer pipes. Infiltration sources can include defective building laterals, sewer pipes, pipe joints, connections, or manhole walls. INFLOW Inflow refers to direct connections of rainwater sources to the sanitary sewer system. Inflow sources can include roof downspouts, yard and area drains, foundation drains, manhole covers, cross connections from storm sewers, or inlets. LATERAL A sewer connecting a building with the publicly owned sanitary sewer main. LIFT STATION Lift stations are used for pumping wastewater or stormwater from a point of lower elevation to a point of higher elevation. Lift stations utilize pumps to lift the wastewater from the lower elevation to the higher elevation. Wastewater then flows by gravity to the next location in the system. LMRDP Lower and Middle River Des Peres, generally the river from University City south to the Mississippi River. LTCP Long Term Control Plan, a long duration plan to manage/improve the combined sewer system and abate combined sewer overflows, through the identification of a capital improvement plan tailored to receiving stream water quality and the community's financial capability. MAIN A smaller public sewer collecting flows from buildings via lateral connections. MGD Million Gallons per Day, a measure of flow over time. 1 MGD is equivalent to 700 gallons per minute of flow. MSD Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, district formed in 1954 via vote of the people, with responsibility for wastewater and stormwater services in St. Louis City and most of St. Louis County. OMCI Operation Maintenance Construction Improvement district, funds generated by tax payments in certain districts can be used for capital improvements in those districts. Funds can be used for capital projects or maintenance. OUTFALL The point of discharge to the environment from a constructed SSO or CSO. PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION Reduction of inflow and infiltration sources on private property, from private sources, such as downspout and driveway drain connections to the sanitary sewer system (inflow) or deteriorated service laterals or broken connections (infiltration). PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION Reduction of public inflow and infiltration sources such as cracked and broken sewer pipes or deteriorated manholes. APPENDIX GLOSSARY PUMP STATION Pump stations are facilities which include pumps and ancillary equipment, for pumping fluids from one place to another. A pump is a mechanical device that converts mechanical energy to pressure, in order to convey wastewater or stormwater. Pumping results in pressurized sewer pipes that are called force mains. RAIN GARDEN A landscaped shallow swale or depression that temporarily holds water and reduces stormwater runoff as the water infiltrates into the soil. The water is absorbed by plants and is filtered as it percolates through the soil. RAINSCAPING Any combination of plantings, water features, catch basins, permeable pavement and other activities that manage stormwater as close as possible to where it falls, rather than moving it someplace else. RDP River Des Peres, a river in the central and south portions of the metropolitan area, which was enlarged in the early 1900s to provide conveyance to the Mississippi River of stormwater runoff in order to reduce surface flooding. RFP Request for Proposals. RFQ Request for Qualifications. SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM The portion of the sewer system designed to convey only sewage, and not stormwater, from residences, commercial buildings, industrial plants and institutions for treatment at a wastewater treatment facility SKME Sverdrup Kwame Metcalf Eddy - a planning team that identified system needs in the early 2000s. SSO Sanitary Sewer Overflow, any overflow, spill, diversion, or release of wastewater from or caused by MSD's sanitary sewer system. This CD term shall include: (i) discharges to surface waters of the State or United States from MSD's sanitary sewer system and (ii) any release of wastewater from MSD's sanitary sewer system to public or private property that does not reach waters of the United States or the State. SSO MP Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan, a capital improvement plan which describes the results of system evaluations and the specific measures that will result in the Elimination of all Constructed SSOs Outfalls, all known SSOs, and Building Backups, and/or that are necessary to ensure that there is adequate capacity in the Sanitary Sewer System to collect, convey, and treat anticipated peak wet weather flows under current and projected future conditions as defined in Paragraphs 21(e) and (g) of the CD. SUBTRUNK A sewer that serves a smaller or sub-watershed area, which brings flow to a trunk sewer. TRUNK SEWER A major sewer which serves a large area. A trunk sewer typically is centrally located within a watershed to which subtrunks and other sewers are tributary. USGS United States Geological Survey. APPENDIX GLOSSARY WASTEWATER Wastewater, also written as waste water, is any water that has been adversely affected in quality by human influence. Wastewater can originate from a combination of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities, and from sewer inflow or infiltration. WATERSHED An area of land which drains to a specific creek, river, or other body of water. WATERSHED CONSULTANT A consulting firm retained for a multi-year design effort on a related suite of projects in a specific watershed. WWTF Wastewater Treatment Facility, any facility, method or process which removes, reduces or renders less obnoxious pollutants or water contaminants released from any source. WWTP Wastewater Treatment Plant, a municipal facility that removes, reduces or renders less obnoxious pollutants or water contaminants from wastewater before releasing it to the environment. APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 5 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12092 BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR) $322,000 1 12029 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A $81,000 2 12026 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT C $88,000 3 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $1,150,000 4 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $650,000 5 12691 BISSELL POINT WWTF REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) $2,450,000 6 11847 BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERS $890,000 7 12100 BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD) $260,000 8 12104 BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR) $480,000 9 12111 CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR) $260,000 10 12112 CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE) $300,000 11 11999 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017) $2,500,000 12 12693 CITYSHED MITIGATION PROGRAM DESIGN (CONTRACT A) $3,483,000 13 11152 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES $3,500,000 14 11826 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS $7,500,000 15 11151 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES $7,360,000 16 12131 CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) $457,000 17 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 2 of 5 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12720 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2017) $1,500,000 18 12138 CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD) $175,000 19 12144 DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION $230,000 20 12471 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II $300,000 21 12042 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A $70,000 22 11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) $1,000,000 23 12160 EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD) $65,000 24 12164 ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR) $55,000 25 11737 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) $800,000 26 10012 FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) $600,000 27 12759 FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017)$2,500,000 28 11752 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016) $250,000 29 12396 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT A $400,000 30 12894 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT B $400,000 31 12388 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT A $50,000 32 12389 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT B $50,000 33 12390 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT C $50,000 34 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 3 of 5 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12408 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT A $50,000 35 12409 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT B $50,000 36 12410 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT C $50,000 37 12411 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT D $50,000 38 12412 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT E $50,000 39 12269 GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIG BEND RD) $20,000 40 10496 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) $50,000 41 12510 GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) $65,000 42 12846 HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATION $160,000 43 11711 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) $410,000 44 12488 LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTS $260,000 45 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $390,000 46 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $650,000 47 12721 LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE $155,000 48 12329 LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07) $820,000 49 11820 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) $520,000 50 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $320,000 51 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 4 of 5 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $500,000 52 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL $1,800,000 53 12499 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS $500,000 54 12511 MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) $70,000 55 11656 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) $470,000 56 12342 MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE) $420,000 57 12348 MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I- 44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) $40,000 58 10869 MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWER $310,000 59 10715 NEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION (P-323) IMPROVEMENTS $500,000 60 10716 NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTS $400,000 61 12163 PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLM AVENUE) $450,000 62 12697 PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) $575,000 63 12005 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)$140,000 64 11153 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) $750,000 65 12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL $3,800,000 66 12530 ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE) $59,000 67 12218 STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) $90,000 68 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 5 of 5 WASTEWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) $605,000 69 12003 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017) $270,000 70 12228 TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) $110,000 71 12229 THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) $50,000 72 12230 TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD) $320,000 73 12238 TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN) $129,000 74 12244 UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD) $175,000 75 11791 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B $200,000 76 12440 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNEL $700,000 77 12273 WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD AND BIG BEND WOODS DR) $20,000 78 11212 WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATION $500,000 79 12309 YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141) $25,000 80 TOTAL:$58,274,000 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF(CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-287 REQUIRES REMOVAL. CONSTRUCT 3,340 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATECONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-287. KILGORE C A B O T BLISSAVANT COBURGLANDSBAKEWELL ASHBROOKADDISON ATTICA A SHFORDDWIGHTAKRON C O M ET TAPPANLAIRE CRETEBALLARD BOSWORTH G O L D E N JEPSONGABRIEL C O R INTH NEWBOLDDELHIFONDAHAVILAND GRENSHAWHEDGEODESSA SEATONEWELLLANCESURFNORBRIDGEFATHOM NORWICHM A R ALDOU NIC ORN CADORA L OCHIELBLACKHURST NORTHAMPTONFARRINGTONEV E R GLADE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12092 Wastewater 11 $322,000 Bellefontaine Neighbors Bissell Maline Creek Capital 1Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMECPUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 97,115 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECTS 12164, 12160, 12309,12226, 12238, AND 12530. §¨¦44 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12029 Wastewater 11 $81,000 Various Various Various Capital 2Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMECPUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT C Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 76,025 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECTS 12235, 12265, 12283,AND 12293. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12026 Wastewater 11 $88,000 Various Various Various Capital 3Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMECSANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHEDCONSULTANT) Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATINGCONSTRUCTED SSOS. PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS,AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER,MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREEREQUIREMENTS. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦44 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11144 Wastewater 16 $1,150,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 4Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMECSANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHEDCONSULTANT) Professional Services 1101 - General Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATINGCONSTRUCTED SSOS. PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS,AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER,MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREEREQUIREMENTS. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦44 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11144 Wastewater 16 $650,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 5Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BISSELL POINT WWTF REPAIR ANDIMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund AGING FACILITIES AT THE BISSELL POINT WWTF ARE IN NEED OFREPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT. DESIGN REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS AT THE BISSELL POINT WWTF,TO INCLUDE FACILITIES SUCH AS SLUICE GATES, MOTOR CONTROLCENTERS, BELT CONVEYORS, SUBSTATION SWITCHGEAR, ASH LAGOONFLOORS, AND SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEM. CONSTRUCTION WILL BE IMPLEMENTED IN PHASES UNDER VARIOUSPROJECT NUMBERS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO 12492, 12493,12494, AND 12828. §¨¦70 2N D FERRYH A L L TERMINAL 1S T ANGELIC APRARIEGRANDNORF O L K S O U T H E R NMAY B U R LI NGTONNORTHERNSANTAFEDOUGLASSCORNELIATERMINAL TERMINAL §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12691 Wastewater 16 $2,450,000 St. Louis City Bissell Bissell Asset Management 6Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks BP-583 WILL ALSO BE ABLE TO BE REMOVED UPON COMPLETION OF THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL PROJECT. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEFSEWERS Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS, OVERCHARGED SEWERS, ANDCONSTRUCTED SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS. CONSTRUCT 8,350 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-013, BP-017, BP-018, AND BP-151.PRICEDELMAR CLAYTON GAYLAYLADUE BRENTWOODMCKNIGHTFORSYTHMERAMEC DAVIS GANNON LAFON FR A NC I S MARYLAND ME T RO L I N KTOPTONLOUWENFOREST PARK CENTRALH U NT ERSHAWPARKRIO VISTATE AS D ALE BEMISTONP O L O BARBY P R IVA T E WARDERDRO M A R ALANGTONLITTLE WATKINSBERKLEYSTANDREWSPOINTERKINGSBURY STRATFORD WASHINGTON DAYTONAWESTBLACK CREEKDELCREST HALIF A X DONNESHERATON NORTHNSOUTHEDGEW O O D EXMOORRIDGEWOOD VENETIANLORENZOPERSHING ORLANDO AMES ROSILINE SUNNINGDALE CHERRY HILL PAXTON UNIVERSITY PARKSIDEWALINCA ROXBURGH BURROUGHS LAYTON SEMINOLE CHER EL PRIVATE PRIV ATE MCKNIGHTKINGSBURY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11847 Wastewater 11 $890,000 Ladue Lemay/RDP Black Creek Capital 7Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/IREDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 665 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I AT 46 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12042. §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 PINE CLAYTON LAYBRENTWOODMCKNIGHTWHITE LINDENME TROLI N K LAWNSWANMCCUTCHEON B U C K LITZSINGER WRENWOOD ST CLAIRURBAN ROSE GODWIN Y O R KPARKRIDGEHIGH SCHOOLMORITZ E A G E R ELLSWORTH BRYAN SONORA EVERETTFRANCISWATKINS P R IVATESUSSEXEVANS WILD ROSE STRASSNER DAYTONA LINDWORTHGALLERIA HALIFAX PARKSID E MONM OUTHEXMOORN O RTHC OTE BE R K SHIREWHITEHALL AGNES HATTONDEER CREEK WOODS B R ID G E P O R TRIDGETOPORIOLEWHITBURNROBINSEMINOLEREDBIRDBRIDGEPORT EAGER WHITE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12100 Wastewater 11 $260,000 Brentwood Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 8Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIREDR TO COUGAR DR) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. N EW H A L L S F E R R Y AVON BALTIC W E D G W O OD WELLINGT O N A BERDEEN WINTERGREEN COUGAR C HURCHILL B R U N S WIC K HEATHERTONDR E SDEN D O VERRAN C H O GREENWAY CHASE MORRISRETFORD INDIANCUP W ESTMINSTER CANTERBUR Y SHOREHAM SOME R SETSUNCRESTGREENHEATH WINDSOR HUNTINGTO NBROOKSHIREBRAD WELL M O ULEES PACEJOST ESTATESWOODSAG ECH ESHIR E COTTONTAIL CHELSEA SPRINGTIME CAMBRIDGE CRICKETLAVIN B UCKINGHA MDOMENIQUE ED I N B U R G FARNHAMLINDBERGHLINDBERGH§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12104 Wastewater 11 $480,000 Unincorporated Coldwater Coldwater Creek Capital 9Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TOCAPILIA DR) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-370 AND BP-581 REQUIRE REMOVAL. CONSTRUCT 2,630 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER,REHABILITATE 1,600 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER, ABANDON 1,900FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLSBP-370 AND BP-581. GR A N T PRI V A TE SU N R A Y ZINZERBU L L R U N WHITEHAVENFERNALDRALEIGHROCKFORESTGRANT PARKG RA NBURY GRANTWOODGR A N T V I E W CAP I L I ACONSER NAVARREHIB BARDBRA C KEN PARAGON MISS Y FORT DONELSONCLOVER LEA APPOMATTOXPRIVATE CA P I L I A PRIVATEMISSY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12111 Wastewater 11 $260,000 Crestwood Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 10Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVEAND WALES AVE) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 78 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12030. §¨¦170 §¨¦170 HANLEYWESTWHEATONRAMONA AUDRAINLYNDHURST OLD HANLEYCLER GLENECHO B E LLERI VELINK ARLMONTLADAE ASTDELAVANANDOVERMAYBELLEKENDALE MARCELLALACKLAND TR U M B E L L BOS T O N JANE HORATIOST HENRYMO NITEAU A LVA ELAIN E SPUR JOH N AR D S L E YSARGENTALGER PRIV A T ENORDICTOD D Y CARSONRACQUE T J E N N YME TROLINK HARRYSWALES THE LM ARANCH ROANO K EMALINE KNO LLWOOD NORMANDYWAKONDA M EDO R A C R A NBERRY KATHERINE WESTMEDORALACKLANDCLER §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12112 Wastewater 11 $300,000 Bel-Ridge Bissell Maline Creek Capital 11Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OFSEWERS (2017) Vendor Services 1101 - General Fund FIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMSAND QUANTIFY REQUIRED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS AND CLEANING. PERFORM CCTV OR PHYSICAL INSPECTION AND CLEANING OFSELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019BASED ON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11999 Wastewater 16 $2,500,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 12Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CITYSHED MITIGATION PROGRAM DESIGN(CONTRACT A) Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INADEQUATE CITYSHED COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM CAUSINGSURFACE FLOODING AND BUILDING BACKUPS. DESIGN CITYSHED SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDEINFRASTRUCTURE SUCH AS SOFT SEPARATION, GREENINFRASTRUCTURE, SEWERS, STRUCTURES, AND DETENTION BASINS. CONSTRUCTION IMPLEMENTED IN PHASES UNDER VARIOUS PROJECTS.FY2018 APPROPRIATION IS FOR DESIGN OF PROJECT 12847, WHICH IS ACOMBINATION OF 4 PROJECTS. §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12693 Wastewater 16 $3,483,000 St. Louis City Various Various Asset Management 13Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES -LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIATUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICESFOR THE LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES),AND THE JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TOMARTIGNEY PS). SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦44 §¨¦255 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11152 Wastewater 16 $3,500,000 Various Lemay/RDP Various Asset Management 14Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES -LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIATUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICESFOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL, MALINE CREEK STORAGE FACILITY,RDP TRIBUTARIES CSO TUNNEL, UPPER RDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL,AND THE LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM BAUMGARTNER TO FENTONWWTF TUNNEL. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70§¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11826 Wastewater 16 $7,500,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 15Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES -TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIATHE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANKS AND PUMP STATIONS, ANDTREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS. PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICESFOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUTTHE DISTRICT. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11151 Wastewater 16 $7,360,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 16Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAYRD TO I-64) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING SEWER IS DETERIORATED AND LACKS CAPACITY, CAUSINGBUILDING BACKUPS. CONSTRUCT 4,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. §¨¦64SOUTHOUTERFORTY NORTHOUTERFORTY TECUMSEHCONWAY V I LLAGEPRIVATEMERTZM A R Y VILLECENTREPINETREELAKE BROOMSTICKPINE CREEKFAIRFIELDLAKE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12131 Wastewater 11 $457,000 Town and Country Missouri Creve Coeur Creek Capital 17Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2017) Vendor Services 1101 - General Fund INVESTIGATION NEEDED TO DETERMINE SEWER CONDITIONS ANDSYSTEM DEFECTS TO PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR PREVENTATIVEMAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES. PERFORM SERVICES SUCH AS PROJECT INSPECTION, RECONNAISSANCE,INSPECTION PRIORITIZATION, PROJECT SET-UP, FIELD VERIFICATION,MAP UPDATES, WORK ORDER MANAGEMENT, AND CCTV VIDEOREVIEW. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ONPERFORMANCE. THIS PROJECT WILL PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR THE OPERATIONSDEPARTMENT, DESIGN AND PLANNING ACTIVITIES, AND UPDATES TOASSET INFORMATION PROGRAMS. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12720 Wastewater 16 $1,500,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 18Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGEREAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGEDSANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 18 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12042. §¨¦64 §¨¦170 HANLEYPINE ME T R O L I N K DALE FOLKLACLEDE STATIONBRUNO WHITE BREDELLROSALIE LAWN EULALIE MARYBRENTWOODSWAN DOROTHYLOUISHIGHSCHOOLWEAVER MADGE SALEMBOLANDB U C K HICKSWRENWOOD ST CLAIRURBAN CECELIALIL E ELINOR EAGER ROSE PARKRIDGEJEROME BREMERTONMORITZ ARCHSOUTHLINDENBRYANEVERETT RANNELLS ANNALEERANKEN WISE STRASSNER BENNETTCOLLINSHARRISON EVANS JONESMCCUTCHEON MELVINWESTON SNOWDON RUTHJOSEPH ELLIS LITZSINGER ST ALBANS KENTLANDLOVELLA ALICIA HANLEYINDUSTRIAL HELENCOLLIERHILL S IDEHENRIETTA BRIDGEPORT BLANDHERMELINANTLER REDBIRDDOUGLASALICIA MARYMET RO LI N K WHITE M A N C H E STER RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12138 Wastewater 11 $175,000 Brentwood Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 19Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund COMBINED SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS ALONGDARTMOUTH AVENUE AND YALE AVENUE. CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER. VERNON HARVARDTRINITYCORN E L LPENNSYLVANIADARTMOUTH R ADCLIFF E AMHERST COLUMBIA PRIVATEFERGUSON TULANE STANFORD AMHERST CORNELL DARTMOUTH PRIVATE OLIVE BLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12144 Wastewater 11 $230,000 University City Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 20Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOODBLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWERACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 7,900 FEET OF 66-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER TOALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND TO FACILITATE THE FUTURE REMOVALOF CONSTRUCTED SSOS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $33,130,000. OMCI FUNDINGIS FOR PARK LANE STORM SEWER. PINE MCKNIGHTWHITE ODAYOLD WARSON HUDSONGILBERT ST CLAIRLITZSINGER MCKINLEYDANIELROCK HILLROCKF O R DPARKRIDGEBREMERTONKORTWRIGHTROCKMANPARK SONORA OVERBROOKPRIV A T E STANLEY REMINGTONOAK BENDMERRITTLINDWORTHPOCAHONTAS LAWN RUSSE L L BERRY WHITEHALL W ARSONCHARLEVILLESUTTON RARITAN HATTONDANFIELD DEER CREEK WOODS D U N K I R KCHARLANEOAK LEAFGOLDEN GATE S A N TAFEBLUESTONEOAK BEND R A R I T A N M A N C H E S T E R R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12471 Wastewater 11 $300,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 21Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019)CONTRACT A Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 73,510 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECTS 12244, 12230, 12218,12342, 12138, AND 12100. §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 C L A Y T ON M E T R OLINKGEYERDELMAR BRENTWOODPRICESPOEDELADUE LAYELMFORSYTH OLD WARSON MCKNIGHTGRAESERGAYNEWPORT MARSHALL DALE LEE FOLK CLARKWOODLAWNDIELMANCORNELL FOREST P A R KBEMISTON TR ENTRUTHWARSONHANLEYPURDUEODAYDAVIS WHITE BELLBISMARK BOLANDBARNESLITZSINGER WYDOWN GLENLAFON JACKSONSWAN PAR KDANIELSQUIRES CELLAVOUGA LOUISMADGE ANDREWFLORA BU C KBEAVER MCKINLEYRIO VISTABARTOLDRUSSELL URBAN MAPLE DENNY ROCK HILLCECELIAC L E R MON T ROSEDA R YLEVANSOXFOR DAMHERST YORK BARBY C H IP PER ALDEN DROM A R A ENNISHICKORY INDIAN BALSON JOANNA LISA BENNETTSUSSEXGREELEYDWYER BERRYLITZSINGER GREELEY AMHERST RUTH§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12042 Wastewater 11 $70,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 22Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TORDP) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS ANDACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 22,800 FEET OF 19 FOOT DIAMETER STORAGE TUNNEL ANDDIVERSION STRUCTURES. PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL BUDGET IS $155,000,000.PUMP STATION CONSTRUCTED UNDER 12615. §¨¦44 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 DALE ME T R O LIN K CLAYTON UNIONPACIFICPINE ELMLAYFOLKMCKNIGHT NEWPORT MARSHALL YALECLARK McCAUSLANDLITZSINGER LACLEDESTATIONIVANHOEBELLEVUEPERNOD KIRKHAMETHEL WHITE BELLBREDELLBOLANDSUTTONLAWN OLEATHALINDENEULALIE LINDENWOODGLENGOR E FYLERCLAYTONIA LEE ARUNDEL EUCLID SW AN PAR KLITHIA PACIFIC HANLEYFORESTLOUISDELNORTEPLATEAU WILL IA MS ALAMO MARDEL MADGE HANCOCKMCCUTCHEONWISE C A M BRIDGEARSENALFLORASALEMB U C KHICKS ST CLAIRMARYG R EENWOODBRUNO FAIRVIEW M A NHATTANPRATHERBARTOLDRUSSELL YEATMANROCK HILLEAGER ROSE FLORENCE MARTINIOXFORD GODWI N C O M M ONWEALTHMOORLANDSY ORKBACON MORITZ LYLEDESPERESPRIVATEARLINGTON ANNA WAYMIRE ELLSWORTH WELLINGTON JAMES MAPLECIRCLECOLLINS GREELEY ECOFFBLENDONCORONAEAST PORTEREXETERHORNER BERRY RICHERTHATTONSANBONITA UNIONPACIFIC FORESTMARYWHITE IVANHOEELMMANCHESTERRD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11731 Wastewater 11 $1,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 23Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVETO BIG BEND BLVD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARYSEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 26 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12029. §¨¦270 §¨¦270 BALLASU N I O N P A C IF IC BOAZ ANN EDNALARK CRAIG HIGHLAND NELDABACH M A RSHALLB U R L IN G T O N N O R T H E R N S A N T A F E WESTVIEW THURSBYGLEN WOO D P ONCA OL D B IG B E N D WOODBINE BRIARGATE VIRGINIA S H A RIJOESIGNALHILLSCULLODEN F R IAR SO MMETWI LDWOOD BARBYSWEETBRIAR GR ANDVIEW WINDY HILL CHARMWOOD GLENFORDTIMBER B R O O K HORSES H O E D U BO ISMEYERGREENGLEN HOFFMAN EMMERSONST GIL E S HUNTINGLAKE REPETTOBRIAR GREENBALLASU N IO N P A C IF I C BACH §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12160 Wastewater 11 $65,000 Various Meramec Grand Glaize Creek Capital 24Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGARCREEK RIDGE DR) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARYSEWERS IN THE ESSEX STUDY AREA. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 16 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12029.GEYERADAMS BALLASCLAYESSEX U N IO NPACIFIC TAYLORHARRISONCOUCHCRAIGANN ROSE HILL WOODBINE NIRK D O U G H E R TY FERRYBOAZ LARK EVANSWOODEDNAWAY PEEKE JEFFERSONSIMMONSWILSON LEEVAN BURENCRESTSARAH FILLMOREIRISMONROEHIG H L A NDBODLEY FRIEDATWIN PINEALTUSQUAN NELDANANABAC H TALLIERAYNE R LINWOOD MAPLE JEWEL ARGONNE LINDGATE ROSE GRAND KIRKSHIRE CURRANGOETHEJANET WESTVIEW GRUPPLINDEMANSUNNY GILL GLENWOODCLUBOLDB IGBEN D CAROLINEMADISON COULTERKNIERIM GRANDVIEWBRIARGATE ANDREWSLINDEMANNM CL AIN NORTONWINSLOW SWANWOODGATEBROOKCREEK MOZARTGRASSY RIDGE HAVERSHAMCLINTON MERMOD MAGNOLIAERBEROHLMANIDLEWILD PRIVATE WASHINGTON KINYONBRYANSUNNY MONROEBALLAS FILLMOREMANCHEST E R R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12164 Wastewater 11 $55,000 Kirkwood Meramec Grand Glaize Creek Capital 25Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGEFACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. SSO OUTFALLSMUST BE ELIMINATED. CONSTRUCT A 2 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE TANK, PUMPSTATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. PAG E TERMINAL PURDUEPENNSYLVANIAQUENDOCANTON MALLA R D PARTRIDGETEAL RAYMONDNIXON ROBBINS WALDRONFARISDUSKY LEROYRAFTFERGUSONCOLBYDOVERVERLBALFO U R HAZELWOOD BUCKNERRUDDY PURCELLJACKSONIONAMEYERROBERTSMILFORD WATTSGEORGEEAGLEGRIEFIELDBACKERCAMDEN MIDLANDLYNN MELROSEPRIVATEOWENMILAN A LLEN GREEN LARCHARDEE TRENTON CANTON ROBERTS RAYMOND MALLARD FARIS§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11737 Wastewater 11 $800,000 Various Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 26Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF(MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-069. FF-16 MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION OF THISPROJECT. SCHUETZ WILLOWBROOKGANDY DUNSTONMEADOWSIDEGRA E L E R PORT DIANEGUELBRETHQUEENSWAY MED IAPR IVA T ECR E S T E D VIE WMONTAUK RISHON HILLTENNANTCRICKETT HILL FORESTBROOKDAUTELRAEMEA D O WL A R KFAIRBOROUGHS H ERWOODOAK PEBBLEBROOKP INEROWP O RTROYALPOOL GLACIER YELLOWSTONE PRIVATE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10012 Wastewater 11 $600,000 Unincorporated Missouri Fee Fee Creek Capital 27Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017) Vendor Services 1101 - General Fund COMPUTER MODELING OF THE SEWER SYSTEM REQUIRES FLOW DATAIN ORDER TO BE ACCURATELY CALIBRATED TO FIELD CONDITIONS. CONDUCT FLOW METERING AND MONITORING OF THE WASTEWATERSYSTEM TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE DATA ON FLOWS AND SYSTEMRESPONSE DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. THIS INFORMATION WILLBE USED TO CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC MODELS TO DETERMINE IFPROJECTS ARE REQUIRED. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ONPERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12759 Wastewater 16 $2,500,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 28Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT -CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016) General Services -Construction Inspection 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTSTHROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNALSTAFF. RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDEDSERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ONPERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11752 Wastewater 14 $250,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 29Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY &SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT A GSA - (Design) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGNSERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ONPERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12396 Wastewater 11 $400,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 30Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY &SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT B GSA - (Design) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGNSERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ONPERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12894 Wastewater 11 $400,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 31Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT -GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT A GSA - GeotechnicalCIRP Funds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITALPROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OFINTERNAL STAFF. RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12388 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 32Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT -GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT B GSA - GeotechnicalCIRP Funds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITALPROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OFINTERNAL STAFF. RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12389 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 33Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT -GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT C GSA - GeotechnicalCIRP Funds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITALPROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OFINTERNAL STAFF. RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12390 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 34Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEYSERVICES (2018) CONTRACT A GSA - (Survey) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12408 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 35Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEYSERVICES (2018) CONTRACT B GSA - (Survey) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12409 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 36Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEYSERVICES (2018) CONTRACT C GSA - (Survey) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12410 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 37Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEYSERVICES (2018) CONTRACT D GSA - (Survey) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12411 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 38Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEYSERVICES (2018) CONTRACT E GSA - (Survey) CIRPFunds 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THEDISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICESMAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. APORTION OF CONTRACT MAY BE FUNDED OUT OF FUND 5120 FORSTORMWATER SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12412 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 39Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIGBEND RD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 2 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12030.RIESREINKE TWIGWOODRAMSEY PARMABARKER NANCY C A STLE PIN ES WESTRUN GOLFW OODB U SH O L D BALLWINVIL L AGEC R E EK WOODRU N GOLDWOOD CLET A WINDCLIFFE T U RFWOOD D E N NISONRIESBENDLEMONWOOD MADRINA C ASTLE RI D GEBROOKSIDELESLIESOLON TALBERT BRIGH T F IE L D PALERMO PINE HOLLOW SORRENTO PALM BAY O A K R U N RUNNINGCREEK BELL E STRI WYNN WESTGLENVILLAGE BR I ARHI L LSHADOWOAKHOWARDSTATEWOODWALNU TPO IN T SHADYOAK V IS T A O A KTORT U N A F O R E S T V IL L A G E CASTLEGLEN NASSAU H O L L Y G ARDENFOXDENJ B HUNT TRAGOCREEK NANCEEN BU S H§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12269 Wastewater 11 $20,000 Ballwin Meramec Fishpot Creek Capital 40Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARYREHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 37,000 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWERAND REHABILITATE 95 MANHOLES. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALCONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATION IN FY 20. TOTAL CONSTRUCTIONBUDGET IS $30,000,000. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 UNIONMACKENZIEROCKHILL PARDEEMUSICKELMGREGGGR A N T REAVISBARRAC KS WIL L GERMANIA RIVERVALCOURMORGANFORDWACHTELBAY L E S S ZEISSH ALE SEIBERT CCCGREENPARK PARDELLAIO NELACLEDE STATIONCH ESHIRE RIVER DESPERES BAPTIST CHURCHTELFORDMA T T I S ELTONCORDESBLO W ARLEE TULIP LIT TIE GENTRYMATHILDAFAIN IVY SHERMAN JOPLINREAVIS RADIOSHARPP R IV A TE ALICETON MOHEGAN ELIS E NEW HAMPSHIREKAYEDGAR RIPASELMA MUELLERHEI D E L B E R G KITWEBER GRANDCLIFFRUSTYDIERSVAUK LUCIABUXTONLARKFORMAN OUTE RWELLSSUN R A Y ACORNTESCORDGATESBURY SUN S H I N E SEDANALTHEAVASELFLORIJEFFLEIGHCAMINOMAYOLANZINZER HALS EYVIRGOBUF F T O N LINCORDAFFTON JAMIEJAN PECANASHBURY PICKWICKREGINABUCKLEYLAK E S I D E LARKINSIGS B E E HEE G E VIC T O R Y PHILOHEA L Y FATIM A CECI L JOELOLEDELKOERBER SONATAEIFF E L ALL E N WANDARAYPINOAKJUBIL PEARHEEGE GRANT WEBER GRANTLEMAYFERRYRDTESSONFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10496 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Various Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 41Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/IREDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARKRD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 44,000 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECT 12372. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 UNIONMUSICKGR A N T WIL L CONCORD H ALEGRE E N P A R K IONEP R IV A TE BAPTIST CHURCHWEBER PARDEELITTIE IVY REAVIS RADIOALICETON ELIS E CORDESRIPA TH E I S S MUELLERRADIOMKITLUCIA FORMANVAUK FAINTESCORDTIBERLEMONAALTHEA DO R S I E VARGAS VASEL RUSTYALIX JEFFLEIGHCAMINOMAYOBONNIE LANZINZER M ULLALLYZENITHFARADAY BRENDABUFF T O N LINCORDAFFTONGARBEREDEN SAKURA JOSSEJAN PECANYUMA MEA T H PICKWICKBUCKLEYDANALARKINEVANDALEMCNARY FIVEOAKSBUL L R U N PAPOOSEWIL BESSTOLZ KOERBER B ELLEWOOD PANCHO EIFF E L BANISTERGENELMAL U S ARVIN SOL A R SEQUOIA MADAFORDFLORINDA WAYNEJU E N G E L OPA L LOIS LETA SAX O N GENEL A R KSPUR WEBER BUCKLEY§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12510 Wastewater 11 $65,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 42Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATION Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION ELIMINATION POSSIBLE WITH GRAVITY SEWERCONSTRUCTION UPON COMPLETION OF THE LOWER MERAMEC PHASEII TUNNEL. CONSTRUCT 2,190 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER, INCLUDING 2,010 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND ELIMINATE EXISTING PUMP STATION. §¨¦55 §¨¦55 HAWKINSMERAMEC B O T T O MPRIVATE HAWKS L E Y R U N MEADOWGREENESTATES KASSEBAUMCLOVER G R E E N BROOKFIELDCOURTHEIMOS INDUSTRIAL PARKBERKS H I R E E S T A T E S WHITMEERE HAWKINS FARMPRIVATEHAWKINS§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12846 Wastewater 11 $160,000 Unincorporated Meramec Meramec Tributary Areas Capital 43Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTPTO MARTIGNEY PS) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENTCONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TODAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS. CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL,ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS(P-305) PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$70,000,000. §¨¦255 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦55 KOCHKINSWOOD GREGGREAVIS B A R R ACK SFOR D E R CCCGRANTLIND TELFO R D HOFFM EIS TE R ARLEE SHERMAN MILDGENTRYFAIN IONE PRIVATEJOPLINCLIFFRINGER SHER ID A NPOT T L E ORIE N T RIP A LUNAPOP L A R GARK WILL LARKCLAGEROUTE R VICTORY AVENUE HBOUNDARYHOR N JEFFERSONIAN PAU L E HAL S EYFIRSTPECAN A SHROCK JACI N T O SOUTHSHIRE ARRAS J E FFERSONBLUE RIDGEBANISTERALL E N LI S I E U X KASKEBUNKERBIRCHPR IVATETELEGRAPHR DLEMAYFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11711 Wastewater 11 $410,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 44Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTS Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund AGING AND FAILING SYSTEMS IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT ANDUPGRADE TO ENSURE CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. CONSTRUCT MECHANICAL GATE REPLACEMENT, UPGRADEELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND SWITCH GEAR, AND UPGRADE PUMPS. FY16 CONSTRUCTION BUDGET WAS FOR EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT,WITH THE BALANCE OF CONSTRUCTION WORK FUNDED IN FY17. MA R C E A U HU R C K DA V I SVIRGINIA CAT A L A NMINNESOTANEL L I E ESP E N S C H I E DIDAHOADE L I A PENNSYLVANIAFAN N I E WEBERMICHIGANLUX E M B U R G MICHIGANMICHIGANLEMAY FERRY RD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12488 Wastewater 11 $260,000 St. Louis City Lemay/RDP River Des Peres Capital 45Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS(WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATINGCONSTRUCTED SSOS. PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS,AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED TO MEET CONSENTDECREE REQUIREMENTS. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11145 Wastewater 16 $390,000 Various Lemay/RDP Various Asset Management 46Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS(WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Professional Services 1101 - General Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATINGCONSTRUCTED SSOS. PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS,AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED TO MEET CONSENTDECREE REQUIREMENTS. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11145 Wastewater 16 $650,000 Various Lemay/RDP Various Asset Management 47Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund WATER MAIN BREAKS AND LOSS OF WATER SERVICE DISRUPT FACILITYOPERATIONS. INSTALL SECONDARY WATER SERVICE FROM THE SOUTH, TO PROVIDEA REDUNDANT FEED TO THE FACILITY. PR I V A T E ETTA H O F F M E I S T E R WEI S S UNION PACIFICMANN RUBYHOR N CARTWRIGHT UNION PACIFICUNION PACIFICP R I V A T E UNIONPACIFICUNIONPACIFICPRIVATEP R I V A T E §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12721 Wastewater 11 $155,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Lemay Creek Capital 48Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TOASHMONT DR) (UR-07) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. FOURCONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476REQUIRE REMOVAL. CONSTRUCT 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, ANDBP-476 AND WET WEATHER PUMP STATION P-790. §¨¦170 §¨¦170 PRICEDIELMANOLD BONHOM M E ENGEL LE PEREHILLTOPENFIELDBON AIREHIGHGATEALICE ARBORBELL SPOONELBRINGGE O F F RYRYEDIELMANINDU ST R IALLAG U NAVILLA LADUE HILLSWHITE ROSEPRICEWOO DSPRIVATEHARVESTMAGNETCOLLINGWOODDOLORESELKINGTONH IGH ACRES WATSONIA GLENMARYCORDELLLOCUST ALDANBONHOMME W O O D S BEAUWOODL LE WELLYNPUTTERPLANTERSBON P RICEINDIAN TRAILSFRIESELONGACRESENGELTONBIRNAW OODSWAYFIELDF A IR W INDSBERRY HILLWOODMOORBRISCOEJACKLYNNCIMARRON BERKLEY PLACEHILLTOP MANOR MARBROOKE HARVEST VILLA OLIVE BLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12329 Wastewater 11 $820,000 Olivette Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 49Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TORDP TUBES) Miscellaneous Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIREDBY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEPSTORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. CONSTRUCT A 30 FOOT FINISHED DIAMETER, 9 MILE LONG, 200 - 250FOOT DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL WHICH FOLLOWS APPROXIMATELY THERIVER DES PERES ALIGNMENT, INCLUDING SEVERAL CONNECTINGTUNNELS, ACCESS SHAFTS AND INTAKE STRUCTURES, IN THE LEMAYWATERSHED. §¨¦64 §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦170§¨¦64 GRAVOISRDMA N CHE S T E R R D W A T S O NRDCHIPPEWABLVD LEMAYFERRYRDTESSONFERRYRDCHIPPEWA BLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11820 Wastewater 11 $520,000 St. Louis City Lemay/RDP River Des Peres Capital 50Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEMIMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIREDBY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEPSTORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATIONSEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSOINCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS ANDPRELIMINARY STUDIES. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦255 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11109 Wastewater 16 $320,000 Various Lemay/RDP Various Asset Management 51Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEMIMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Professional Services 1101 - General Fund MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIREDBY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEPSTORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATIONSEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSOINCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS ANDPRELIMINARY STUDIES. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦255 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11109 Wastewater 16 $500,000 Various Lemay/RDP Various Asset Management 52Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEMIMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTONWWTF TUNNEL Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION ISPART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATERQUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. CONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THEFENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT ATTHE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THIS PROJECT ALSO ELIMINATES MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION489 AND FORCEMAIN, PER THE CAPACITY ASSURANCE EVALUATIONREPORT. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 KERTHMA T T I S G R A V O ISWELLSKELLERMERAMECBOTTO M AMBSKENNERLY T H EI SSEA S T CONCORD ALL E N ALSWELLSC H U E S SLERMENTZHILL RI N G ERBA UERBUTL E R HILL GREENTONS USONHILLS POI N T E CARIBEEHAWKINSGE R A L D KE M P F H AGEMANNOLSENGREGORY DIERSPRIVATE MAIN RIVERCURVE VALMEYERTESCORDMAN GOWA T S O N GATESBURY DANTONAIREGRIFFINA C O RN LANGTREEVALLEYSIDEFUCHSFIJIBAHNFYREFERN BEACHED LOUCLAYRIDGESTARLITATLNTIC LARKINLITTLEROCKTIOGA COYLE TOWNE SO UTHPRIVATEPRIVATE AMBS BAUER PRIVATEPR I V A T E T ES S ONFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11746 Wastewater 11 $1,800,000 Various Meramec Meramec Tributary Areas Capital 53Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION ANDHUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INEFFICIENT HVAC SYSTEMS, EXCESSIVE HUMIDITY IN SOME AREAS,AND CORRODED COMPONENTS. CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO REDUCE HUMIDITY, AND REPLACECORRODED ELEMENTS.FINE PRIVATEPINETO P BECKER KI NGSRI DGE MA N O R S IL V ERPINEPINETOP §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12499 Wastewater 11 $500,000 Unincorporated Meramec Meramec Tributary Areas Capital 54Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION(RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK,KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 46,500 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECT 12336. §¨¦44 §¨¦44ELM HEEGE WEIL EDGARLACLEDE STATIONCHESHIRELANSDOWNELOCKWOOD MAPLEMURDOCH LILACRIV E R D E S PERESFLETAJACKSON STAELY MCC A U SLANDSELMAGRAMOND OAK TREEPLANTGLENDALE JOYBURLINGTONNORTHERNSANTAFEWINONA SYLVESTERGENESTABANCROFT WELLSGLEN ROSE S UTHERLAND CIRCLEVIEW ROCKHILL VALCOURRIDGE BELTONPARK GARDEN PLAINVIEW COLLEENSUMMITALBANYSOUTHSIDE P RIVATE FOREST LANVALEINNISFAIL SAVIO BRUNSWICK RHODESCHAPELFORDCEDARLENOX SOUTHERN YALE JOELBOMPARTHARLANKAINMATHILDAGENERAL S H ERIDAN SWONHAZEL CHESTNUT LARKHILL BUSCH CHIVVISHURSTGREEN KENRIDGE LA BELLECARM E L PONTIACCATALPA NORMALAMBERGATE KIRKY PI L G R IM FRISCO KENORA CHESHIRESELMAPRIVATEPLANTMAPLEWA TSONRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12511 Wastewater 11 $70,000 Shrewsbury Lemay/RDP Mackenzie Creek Capital 55Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGEFACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW IS REQUIRED BY THECONSENT DECREE. CONSTRUCT A 28-FOOT DIAMETER UNDERGROUND COMBINED SEWERSTORAGE FACILITY 3,000 FEET IN LENGTH, A 12.5 MGD PUMP STATION,AND ASSOCIATED COLLECTOR SEWERS. SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING FOR A PROJECTED FIVE YEARCONSTRUCTION PROJECT. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$86,200,000.HALLELIAS FONTAINE MELVINNEWBYHARLAN MARIAS JORDANWALDORFLEBON ORAN GUSTAVDONNELL LOWELLNASSAU CHAINOFROCKS JENNINGSSTATION RAFORD G A S T JACKSON TROY FILIBERTDUENKE RIVERRUNRIVER TRAIL P O R T L A N D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11656 Wastewater 11 $470,000 St. Louis City Bissell Maline Creek EXPENSE TYPE: Capital 56Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RDAND BOMPART AVE) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 2,030 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 250FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I AT 31PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12042. INCLUDES SCOPEOF WORK FROM PROJECT 12097.HANLEYME T R O L I N K BRENTWOODMARSHALL WHITE UNION P A C I F I C ROSALIE EULALIE FOLK GLENDOROTHYPACIFIC FOREST LOUISLACLEDESTATIONSALEMMARYBARTOLDCECELIAALICIA FLORENCE SUMMITMADGE WEAVER COLEMANEUNICE ATALANTA PENDLETONANNALEE PRIVATE HARRISON MELVINOXFORDRUTHJ AGUARHILLJOSEPH LITZSINGER KENTLANDRUSSELLCOLLIER SUNNENHELEN MASON BRIDGEPORT HENRIETTA MAGDALEN J E R OME HERMELINPATTONWESTPOINTBARTO L OJAMESONMARI KAYGENEVIEVE GLENM E T R O LI NKWHITE MARYBARTOLDLITZ SINGER U N IO N P A CIFIC LITZSINGER H ELENMANCHESTER RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12342 Wastewater 11 $420,000 Brentwood Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 57Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44AND S KIRKWOOD RD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGEDSANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12054. §¨¦44 GEYERWATSONROTT RAYBURN ROSE HILL LEE DEANEMONICA S A M O A APEX RECOMAEBERN BURLINGTON N O R T H E R N S A N T A F E TAHITIORLEANSMILWAUKEERICHVIEW FLORALEAMARYHURSTNEW YORK RE D O A K S U N S ETH ILLSMANDAPRIVATE GAYLELODG E STU R DYRU S DONB ALI CREST OAKM CLAIN KA T HY LYNNACORN FOXP ARKPINELLAS CAPRIMIDWAY C R AGWOLDWINDSOR OAKSHIREASPEN HOLMESSTARLING CRESTWOOD FOX CREEK M ARET WOODARD FOREST GLEN CL A Y GEYER FOREST EGGELINGF E R N GLENMELSHIRE OHLMANTAYLORFILLMOREASHWOOD RYEGATEBOXWOOD SESSIONS STURDYCLAYPRIVATEH O LMESWATSON RDS KIRKWOOD RD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12348 Wastewater 11 $40,000 Kirkwood Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 58Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489)INTERCEPTOR SEWER Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION FAILURES AND INADEQUATE CAPACITY FOR CURRENTSERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. CONSTRUCT 3,400 FEET OF 6-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, ANDDECOMMISSION EXISTING PUMP STATION AND FORCEMAIN. §¨¦55 §¨¦55 KERTHWELLSKRUMMMERAMECBOTTOM HAWKINSOLSENSOUTHCREST PRIVAT EHAWKINSFUCHSK A S SEBAUMLILAC RID G E EDGEWOODBEACHBENDERBR IARMISTBISSONNETHAWKS L E Y R U N GASTEVERG R E E N LA CHATEAUGREEN G R O V E HAWKINSPRIVATE PR IVAT E PR IVATE LEMAYFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10869 Wastewater 11 $310,000 Unincorporated Meramec Meramec Tributary Areas Capital 59Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: NEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION(P-323) IMPROVEMENTS Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION IS AT THE END OF ITS LIFE CYCLE. CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH GRAVITY SEWER, 1,600FEET OF 6-INCH FORCEMAIN, AND REPLACE SANITARY PUMP STATIONP-323.BUSSENBLUFFCLI FF CAVEHEMPLINECHATPORTDOBERENGLAND T O W NHUNTSPORTWINCANTON GLENRICH PIERPORTSTEELE RIDGEPIERWOODASHTON CIRCLEREMINGTON VILLASHALYARD ROCK HARBOR §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10715 Wastewater 11 $500,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 60Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION(P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTS Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION IS AT THE END OF ITS LIFE CYCLE, AND IS RECEIVINGADDITIONAL FLOW DUE TO ELIMINATION OF A PUMP STATION. CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 1,200FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY FORCEMAIN, AND REPLACE SANITARYPUMP STATION P-307. §¨¦255KOCH UNIONPACIFICMAGOF F IN BUSSENPRIVATEB U S S ENQUARRYROBERT K OCH H O S PITA L BORDEAUXSNELSONPOTTLE KI NSWOOD BERTRAN D MALONE DONALDSO NOAKWOODAMEND WORTHINGTON PLACEPRIVATE PRIV A TE PRIVATE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10716 Wastewater 11 $400,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 61Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLMAVENUE) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATINGCONSTRUCTED SSOS. SSO BP-451 AND SSO BP-621 MUST BEELIMINATED. CONSTRUCT 5,100 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-451 AND BP-621.METRO L INK MARKET LEADALE PENNSYLVANIASALERNOLEROYPAR K 70THPRI VA T E FERGUSONCOLFAXMAINGRA N D ENGELHOLMDONCASTERAUSTIN CURTIS EA S T H I L LMETRO L INKFERGUSONSALERNOST C H A R L E S R O C K R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12163 Wastewater 11 $450,000 Pagedale Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 62Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENTDESIGN (CONTRACT A) Professional Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund AGING PUMP STATION FACILITIES ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR,IMPROVEMENT, REPLACEMENT, OR ELIMINATION. DESIGN PUMP STATION FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDE NEEDEDREPAIR, RENOVATION, RECONSTRUCTION, OR ELIMINATION. CONSTRUCTION WILL BE IMPLEMENTED IN PHASES UNDER VARIOUSPROJECT NUMBERS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO 12583, 12207 AND12188. §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦70 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12697 Wastewater 16 $575,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 63Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017) Vendor Services 1101 - General Fund Description of Problem/Issue SEWER SYSTEM FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC MODELS. INTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING,FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING,INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODELCALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASEDON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12005 Wastewater 16 $140,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 64Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS& LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS(WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Professional Services 1101 - General Fund MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAINCONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS,AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS,TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION FOR ONGOING SERVICES. MAYINCLUDE CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦270 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦255 §¨¦64 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11153 Wastewater 16 $750,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 65Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, ANDCLAYTONIA WATERSHEDS REQUIRE MAJOR SYSTEM CONTROLS TOOBTAIN CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. CONSTRUCT 16,300 FEET OF 17-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS. §¨¦44 §¨¦64§¨¦170 §¨¦64 §¨¦44 §¨¦170 DALE CLAYTON ME T R OLIN KELMUNIONPACIFICPINE PERNOD FYLER FOLK WATSONOLEATHA TAMMNEWPORT MARSHALL YALECLARK McCAUSLANDARSENAL W ELLS LACLEDESTATIONBELLEVUESOUT HWEST ODELLBRENTWOODHANLEY LINDENWOOD SCANLAN ETHEL BRADLEY KIRKHAMWHITE BELLBREDELLBOLANDSUTTONLAWN WEST PARK EULALIE GLEN SWAN PAR K SMILEYPACIFICFORESTLOUIS MARQUETTEDELNORTE WINONA WIL L IA MS ALAMO HIGHSCHOOLMARDEL C A M BRIDGEGARNER FLORA ARTHUR BERTHOLD SALEMB U C K HICKSWRENWOOD ST CLAIRMARYG R E E NWOODBRUNO GLADES POTOMAC MARMADUKE WISE FAIRVIEW M A NHATTANSUMMITPRATHERHANCOCK RUSSEL L YEATMANEA G ER ROSE SPRINGFLORENCE MARTINIOXFORD PRIVATEBREMERTONC O M M O NWEALTHMOORLANDSTHOLOZANLYLEYORK ARLINGT O N VILLA WAYMIRE SOUTHSARAH JAMES MAPLEANNALEE CUTTERGREELEY JAMIESONECOFFSOUTHWOOD VINE ARBOR NORTHWOOD PORTERMITCHELL PLATEAU RICHERTHATTONARLINGTON PARK TAMMTAMMMARYFLORA GLENYALEELM EAGER THOLOZANYALEARTHUR §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12441 Wastewater 11 $3,800,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 66Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINEDRIVE TO MAKIN AVE) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW MUST BE ELIMINATED. CONSTRUCT 200 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER AND PERFORMPRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTEDSSO OUTFALL BP-640. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12029. JUNE DUNN CLAUDINE EDMAR MACKIN MURIEL RUESTALARIMORE SURF SIDE MONTICELLO MAJORCABAYONNE RIAZAESTRADAMUNICIPALOAKPARK W A YBAVON AROSARYPHILMARWITHERSFIELDFRANCETTASHERRINGTON RIAZARIAZACLAUDINE ESTRADA§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12530 Wastewater 11 $59,000 Unincorporated Bissell Watkins Creek Capital 67Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTONRD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Scope of Project CONSTRUCT 238 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12042. CLAYTONSPOEDESOUTHFORTY COUN T R Y E S TATES STONINGTONG E O R G IA N ACRES CLAYTON DOWNS §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12218 Wastewater 11 $90,000 Frontenac Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 68Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION ANDMAINTENANCE (USGS) Vendor Services 1101 - General Fund DATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN RAINFALL/RUNOFFRESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND IS UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITYAND QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS. CONTINUE THE STREAM GAUGE DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM INCONJUNCTION WITH WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER PLANNING ANDDESIGN EFFORTS, AND TO SUPPORT REPORTING WHICH IS REQUIREDPURSUANT TO THE CONSENT DECREE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10766 Unallocated 16 $605,000 St. Louis City and County Various Various Asset Management 69Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017) Vendor Services 1101 - General Fund STREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITYCHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSO LTCP, SSOELIMINATIONS, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITYWITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGHFY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12003 Unallocated 16 $270,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 70Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRYRD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND PERFORMPRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 8 PROPERTIES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12059.MACKENZIEREAVIS ELIS ELENOR TESSHIRESTO N E L L JEFFLEIGHBUF F T O N BURLI NGTONNORTHERNSANTAFEW OLFFLAK E S I D E PUTT I N G T O N GRE E N P A R K WIL BESANTONIAUPLAND KOERBER PANCHO JAD E FORE S T DORISANN ARVELLEN TESSONCREEKESTATES P A R K MANLINDHALL SEQUOIA MADAFORDCASAROSA BONTONWILL D A N MARLENE JACHURST L A KESHIRE SONTAG GREENPA RK INDUSTRIALMARKHALL SHUFFLEE U CALYPTUS GRANT M EADOW WAGER APLEYAFFT O N V I E W MARBLE ARCHT E SSONFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12228 Wastewater 11 $110,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 71Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND NFLORISSANT RD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 21 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12030. FROST 5TH JANUARY DADEFAYCARSON DARST REASOR POWELL HARVEYCLARKNORFOLK S O U T H E R N ZOE ROBERT WESLEY THURSTONOLYMPIA COURTNEY CHURCH E LIZ A B E T H HENTSCHELBUCKE Y E FORDCADYMABLEPACKAR D YOUNGCLAYROYAL EATONWITTADAMS WOOSTERGRETHER MARGUERITECALV E R TONMARIETESTONMONROEGA RDNER SPRINGTHOROUGHMANHOLLINSMIDWOOD MILLMANNI E SCHOOLWAY LAR K I NTORLINA SUPERIORH U D S O N THATCHER BALLMANJONESMAN O R CAROL LEEWULFFNEWELLBUSIEK PLANTMORE NANCYEVELYNGERALDHENQ UINMOUNDALERECTOR ADELLESCOTT BEACONABBOTTAVILAC A R DIG A N D E R IN D A LOMOND GEORGIAROLWES WABASHMARYWALTERS ALLENNAPIERCOLCHEST E R MAYMEDUNWOLDBEAVER TRAILNEV IS CALDWELLMELCHERHIGH KINGS CLAYMI LLMANDADEFORDROYAL ROYALTORLINA WESLEY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12229 Wastewater 11 $50,000 Ferguson Bissell Maline Creek Capital 72Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/IREDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHTRD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 1,055 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I AT 24 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12042. §¨¦64§¨¦64 LITZSINGER MCKNIGHTPINE OLD WARSON WHITEDANIELLAYTRENT ST CLAIRGODWIN SW A N R OCKF O R DPARKRIDGEBREMERTONY O R KSOUTH FORTY LADUECRES T PRIVATE ELLSWORTH SONORA MCCUTCHEONEAGER GILBERTSUSSEXROLLINGROCK WILD ROSE WAT E R B URYRAUSC H E R DES PERESLAWN OAK BENDMERRITTLINDWORTHPOCAHONTASROCK HILLGREENRIDGEOVERHILLSSARANAC MONM OUTHN O R THC OTE WHITEHALL LOG C ABIN W A RSONS U T T O N TILLES DEER CREEK WOODSDANFIELD CANARYPRIVATE LOGC ABIN§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12230 Wastewater 11 $320,000 Ladue Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 73Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD ANDBROOKSIDE LN) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I AT 32 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12029. RIES RAMSEYHOLLOWAYOLD BALLWINES S E N TIMKAREINKE VLASIS LARKHILLBARKER NANCYIVYSKYLINECORAL SPRINGOAKS PAR K WINDCLIFFE B U SHSHIRLEY SEVENTRAILS QUAILREDSTART PORTWINDJEFFERSON DE N NISONLESLIESOLONGOLFW O ODSTREIF F COUNTRYCREEK B R EEZEVIEWFAIRVIEWBARTONBIRCHWOODCRESTLANDAPPLEGATEMONROEMILLHOWARDSPRAGUESMILLVAIL BOLTON SEAWIND RAUSCHER ORCHARDGLENN BLAZEDWOOD PRIVATEF O XBRIARPINETREEARMSTRONGFOXDENHAPPYRASCH WATFORD TEMPLE BU S HQUAILMANCHESTER RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12238 Wastewater 11 $129,000 Ballwin Meramec Fishpot Creek Capital 74Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUADOF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 44 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12042. §¨¦64 §¨¦64 LADUE CLAYTONSPOEDE WARSONDIELMANBARNESSOUTHFORTY CELLAKENTOVERHILLS G L E N EAG L E S B RAEBURN RIO VISTAGRANADAC LERM ON T GRAYBRIDGEOAKPARKCONWAYALDE N MAGNOLIAARTHUR DONOHO INDIANLOG CABINPRIVATE WHITEBRIDGE ANZEIGER TWINSPRINGS ENFIELDWARRIDGELYLEWOOD SHERWYN RAUSC H E R FIE L D IN G TIRRILL FARMSCOUNTRY FAIRM A R Y HILL CLERBROOK DWYERTERRYQUA IL W A Y S BRIAROAK BRAZILLIANOAK GATE CAPITOLNOTRE DAMEL Y N N B R O O K SUFFIELD PRIVATEPRIVATE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12244 Wastewater 11 $175,000 Ladue Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 75Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASEIV SECTION B Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWER,INCLUDING PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLBP-597. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $13,000,000. §¨¦70 HERNH A N L E Y SUBURBA N ENIDKINGSPRINGDALE MABLEHUGO PLAZAHILLMARTINLUTHERKINGDADE EVANS GR O V E COOLIDGE SMITHMUELLEREL S I E OAK ANITABROTHERTONROCKINGHA MWALLINGFORD BRYA N RAMONAL A K E LY O N S SMITH HUGO C O O L I D GEKI N G §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11791 Wastewater 11 $200,000 Ferguson Bissell Maline Creek Capital 76Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGETUNNEL Pre-Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE UPPER RIVER DES PERES ANDTHE UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED IS REQUIRED BY THE CONSENTDECREE. CONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERINGPUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGEVOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS. DELMAR PAGE FORSYTH C A NTON METROLINK ETZELHANLEY FORESTPARK VERNONPURDUETERMINALFERGUSON MARYLAND JULIAN TULANE PENNSYLVANIASUTTERCENTRALBEMISTONMETRO L INK SHAFTESBURY81ST MERAMECLYNN PERSHING YALEBARTMER COR N E LLNORTHNSOUTH TRINITYWASHINGTONPARTRIDGESTANFORDWARDERLAFONTEASDALE WAYNE TOPTONPRI VATEGANNON AHERN QUENDOLAMBBRENTWOODWILSON LINDEN78THWILLIAMSWATTSHOYTDREXEL KINGSLANDNORTHMOORGROBYDORSETGAYLINDELL LELANDCHAMBERLAINMEYERMILAN WELLINGTON COLGATE 66THCATE S M O N A NIXONMENDELLSNOW WESTMORELAND AMHERST FARISBALSONFAIRVIEW NORTHBELRUELEROY LEECARLETON COLBYCORBITTRABEBRADFORD CRESTVERLHAFNER VANDERBILTWARRENHOW MELROSE BLANDMELVILLEWATERMANOVERHILL ENRIGHT PRINCETON MISSIONKINGSBURY HAYSWOODRUFFMALLARD MAPLEMILFORDNOELGRUNER LYLECENTERMARYLAND TRINITYPRIVATE WASHINGTONKINGSLAND KINGSLANDGAYLINDELL KINGSBURY FORESTPARKPURDUEWAYNE CORNELL OLIVE BLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12440 Wastewater 11 $700,000 University City Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 77Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD ANDBIG BEND WOODS DR) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12030.HANNALABONNECARMAN DORNE CONNIE MAUTENNE LAFEILPARKFIELDHOLGATEJOYCE ANN BOLYANNWINDINGPA T H BRO O KVALEBRIARHURS T BIG BENDWOODS GLYNCAGNYDUN LOE BURWICKPLO MA BOLEYN BR OM FIELD DINARDGERVA SSHERWICKWREN GARON NELOMBEZROCKRIDGE PONTOISONLEM A NNS ENCHANTED QU E E NSBRIDGEFOREST NANDALE 1STPAS PRIESTMONT DOREWICKLOWWESTLEIGH P HAE TON COUNTRY HEIGHTSHOBBS MILL SHALLOWFORD H A N N A FIE L D FORESTS M O141H W Y NMO141HWY§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12273 Wastewater 11 $20,000 Manchester Meramec Fishpot Creek Capital 78Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWERIMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATION Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund STREET FLOODING AND BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO INADEQUATECOMBINED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 1,900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER, 1,400FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REMOVE PRIVATEI/I AT 7 PROPERTIES. WHITE MARYEULALIE ROSALIE DOROTHYBRENTWOODMORITZ GARDEN HARRISON BRIDGEPORT HILTONLITZSINGERPATTONANNALEEKENTLAN D LITZSINGER MARYWHITE BRIDGEPORT LITZSINGER ANNALEE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11212 Wastewater 11 $500,000 Brentwood Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 79Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLESAVE AND 141) Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 3 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12029. §¨¦44 §¨¦44 BOWLESNORTH HIGH W A YELAM S O U T H HIGHWAY SMIZERSTATIONGLAD IATORO UTERP R AIS EMAJESTIC SMIZERMILL FENWAY PRIVATE PINC IANCENTURION GUEBERTVALLEY BRANCHHORAN C H ARI O T L U CIE A L CAROL LEGACYVIMINAL LOCKSMILL VILLAGRANDIMUSMERAMEC KRUEGERME RAMECSTATION QUIRINALBURLINGTON NO R T H E R N SANTAFESETTLERCLAIRFIELDDENLO GEN T L E MARITZ OV E R P A SSEAGLEROCK MAJE STI CS M O 1 4 1 HWY N M O 141 H W Y §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12309 Wastewater 11 $25,000 Unincorporated Meramec Fenton Creek Capital 80Page 2018 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 5 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12078 APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE) $930,000 81 12098 BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429) REPLACEMENT $500,000 82 12858 BRANCH FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATION REHABILITATION $500,000 83 12099 BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773) REPLACEMENT $500,000 84 12892 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKS ROAD TO RIVER VALLEY) $3,500,000 85 11884 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME- 561) $340,000 86 11884 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME- 561) $470,000 87 12794 CITY LAKES STORAGE MODIFICATIONS FOR CSO CONTROL $625,000 88 12504 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENT $5,500,000 89 12882 COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P- 180) FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT $2,090,000 90 12127 COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWER $1,100,000 91 12128 CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD) $215,000 92 10851 CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161) $5,370,000 93 11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE $5,000,000 94 11155 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) $3,800,000 95 10021 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I $4,000,000 96 12471 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II $17,000,000 97 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 2 of 5 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12471 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II $30,000 98 11997 DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD) $600,000 99 12039 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A $6,500,000 100 11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) $50,000,000 101 12514 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2018) $2,100,000 102 12841 ENGELHOLM RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ENGELHOLM AVENUE AND ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD) $2,000,000 103 12457 FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774) REPLACEMENT $550,000 104 11996 FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD) $250,000 105 12833 FENTON WWTF HEADWORKS GATE IMPROVEMENTS $300,000 106 12832 FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS $1,370,000 107 12832 FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS $1,530,000 108 10018 FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR) $6,590,000 109 12382 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT A $60,000 110 12383 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT B $60,000 111 12384 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT C $60,000 112 12385 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT D $60,000 113 12177 GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION $1,032,000 114 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 3 of 5 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12177 GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION $2,305,000 115 12495 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRS $3,321,000 116 12830 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF FLOOD PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTS $200,000 117 11770 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK) $6,500,000 118 12304 HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) $705,000 119 11994 HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD) $550,000 120 12893 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2018) $3,000,000 121 12014 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT A $2,500,000 122 12015 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT B $2,500,000 123 12008 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) $2,500,000 124 12008 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) $6,000,000 125 11711 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) $26,100,000 126 12317 KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD) $1,361,000 127 11995 KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD) $400,000 128 12320 LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733) REPLACEMENT $650,000 129 12051 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A $1,835,000 130 12545 LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE I $480,000 131 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 4 of 5 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12785 LOWER MERAMEC PUMP STATIONS FLOOD MITIGATION $277,000 132 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL $1,000,000 133 11656 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) $29,000,000 134 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION $2,000,000 135 12708 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF FERRIC CHLORIDE STORAGE AND FEED FACILITY $1,000,000 136 12536 NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF $1,630,000 137 12799 ODELL 6942 - 44 FLOOD MITIGATION $200,000 138 11877 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM $500,000 139 11094 PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSION $1,000,000 140 12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL $3,000,000 141 11680 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION $517,000 142 11680 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION $700,000 143 12193 ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739) REPLACEMENT $550,000 144 11667 STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVAL $400,000 145 12835 SULPHUR YARD - VACTOR TRUCK DISPOSAL BUILDING $750,000 146 12240 UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) $260,000 147 11991 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR) $3,400,000 148 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 5 of 5 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 11671 UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC- 01, WC-02, & WC-03) $1,880,000 149 11791 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B $7,000,000 150 TOTAL:$240,503,000 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACEI/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESSAVE) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 800 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12048. §¨¦55 UNIONKOE L N DA V I S REAVISBARRAC KS WACHTELBAY L E S S WIL L H ALEGREGGGR ANTCCCMINNESOTAPARDELLAWEBER I O NEVIRGINIAREEDTELFORDFAN N I E ARLEEKAMMERER MILITARYGENTRYFAIN PRIV ATEJOPLINRADIOMA R C E A U UNIONPACIFICGR E E N PARK MOHEGAN PAULE LINNORI E N T RIPA RADIOMKIT LUNAGARKLUCIALARK WATERFORMANKAY OUTER RAINBOWHOFFMEISTER REILLYVA SEL SPRI N GTIBER L EMONA ETTA PRIM M PERRINAVENUE HSPOKANEBOUNDARYCAT A L A N CAMINOHOR N MARCHIJEFFERSONIANLANZENITH GOETZ SOUTHSHIRE REGINABUCKLEYDANAPILOTCYEMEADOWPHILOHEA L Y MANN FATI M A COL V I N BLUE RIDGEEIFF E L BANISTERGRA S S O TES S O N ARVIN CISCOHOLDENPA R K C R E S T TIFFANYBREUERKASKEWINSTONSCHI R M E R REESRISC H BOXWEBER AVENUEHDANABUCKLEYPR IVAT E REILLY§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12078 Wastewater 15 $930,000 Bella Villa Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 81Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429)REPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION B-429 HAS EXCEEDED ITS DESIGN LIFE AND REQUIRESREPLACEMENT. REPLACE PUMP STATION P-429.WATSONLAUMEIE R PAR K MIDDLEWO O DBRADFORDWOODS MARET CHRISANN §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12098 Wastewater 15 $500,000 Sunset Hills Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 82Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BRANCH FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONREHABILITATION Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund DETERIORATED GATE STRUCTURE AT THE BRANCH ORS PUMP STATIONIS INOPERABLE. REPLACE EXISTING GATE AND ACTUATOR WITHIN THE BRANCH PUMPSTATION.WHARFTERMINALBRANCH DOCK BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FENOR FO LK SOU TH ERN T ERM IN A L T E RM IN A L §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12858 Wastewater 15 $500,000 St. Louis City Bissell MISSISSIPPI RIVER (CITY) Capital 83Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773)REPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION P-773 HAS DETERIORATED AND REQUIRESREPLACEMENT. REPLACE PUMP STATION P-773.PEPPERMILLRIDGEPEPPERMILLP E PPER VIEW PEPPERFIELDSILVERMILL§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12099 Wastewater 15 $500,000 Wildwood Missouri Caulks Creek Capital 84Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKSROAD TO RIVER VALLEY) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING DETERIORATING FORCEMAIN IS 24-INCH DIAMETER. NEWPARALLEL MAIN IS REQUIRED, WITH EXISTING FORCEMAIN TO BEREHABILITATED IN THE FUTURE. CONSTRUCT 3,070 FEET OF 30-INCH DIAMETER FORCEMAIN. CENTRAL MI DLA ND HOG HOLLOWWATER W OR KS WHITE PRI V A T E UNIONPACIFICWEST ERNMILLUNIO NPACIFICSPUR GLEN COVEC Y P R ESSH IL LKENDALLBLUFFT IE N D A MILLBR IARMILLCHESTERRIAL TOS H A R O N PRIVATE WHI T E PRIVATE OLIVE BLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12892 Wastewater 15 $3,500,000 Maryland Heights Missouri Missouri River Tributary Areas Capital 85Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)PART 3 Construction, Phase III 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS,OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 11 PROPERTIES. PROJECT WAS ORIGINALLY PART OF THE SCOPE OF 11722. OMCI BUDGETFUNDS STORM SEWERS TO BE BUILT AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT. §¨¦170 PRICELADUEWARSONDIELMAN CLAYTON O L D B O N H O M M E DELMAR GAYMCKNIGHTWE N N E K E R LAYENGEL BARNESCELLAKENTGANNON B A L SON H U NTERBERICKRIO VISTAGRANADAGRAYBRIDGEGROBY PR IV A TE BARBYENFIELD LANGTONP IC A R DY BON AIREFO R D Y CESPOON A L A NSON HI GHDOWNLITTLE MANSFIELD LISA BERKLEYMAYFAIRHASTINGS BON HILLS FIE L D IN G RADFORDAPPLE TREEBLACK CREEKDELCREST BRIAROAK CRIXDALE VILLA LORENZOELKINGTONCHERRI WATSONIA LOCUST P R I V A T E VILLA PRIVATEPRIVATEPRIVATE MCKNIGHTMCKNIGHTOLI V E B L V D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11884 Wastewater 15 $340,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 86Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)PART 3 Construction, Phase III 5566 - Deer CreekOMCI Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS,OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 11 PROPERTIES. PROJECT WAS ORIGINALLY PART OF THE SCOPE OF 11722. OMCI BUDGETFUNDS STORM SEWERS TO BE BUILT AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT. §¨¦170 PRICELADUEWARSONDIELMAN CLAYTON O L D B O N H O M M E DELMAR GAYMCKNIGHTWE N N E K E R LAYENGEL BARNESCELLAKENTGANNON B A L SON H U NTERBERICKRIO VISTAGRANADAGRAYBRIDGEGROBY PR IV A TE BARBYENFIELD LANGTONP IC A R DY BON AIREFO R D Y CESPOON A L A NSON HI GHDOWNLITTLE MANSFIELD LISA BERKLEYMAYFAIRHASTINGS BON HILLS FIE L D IN G RADFORDAPPLE TREEBLACK CREEKDELCREST BRIAROAK CRIXDALE VILLA LORENZOELKINGTONCHERRI WATSONIA LOCUST P R I V A T E VILLA PRIVATEPRIVATEPRIVATE MCKNIGHTMCKNIGHTOLI V E B L V D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11884 Wastewater 15 $470,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 87Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CITY LAKES STORAGE MODIFICATIONS FOR CSOCONTROL Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund LAKES IN CITY PARKS ARE MAINTAINED FULL FROM TAP WATERSUPPLY. A WATER CONSERVATION CSO CONTROL SOLUTION IS SOUGHT. MODIFY LAKES AND BASINS WITHIN ST. LOUIS CITY PARKS AND CSOLOCATIONS TO PROVIDE WET WEATHER STORAGE AND REDUCECOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS. §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12794 Wastewater 15 $625,000 St. Louis City Various Various Non-recurring 88Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERSREPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING FOUR SQUARE FINAL CLARIFIERS ARE 50 YEARS OLD, ANDPAST THEIR USEFUL LIFE. DEMOLISH EXISTING FOUR SQUARE CLARIFIERS AND CONSTRUCT NEWFOURTH CIRCULAR CLARIFIER. ENLARGE FEED CHANNEL AND PIPINGTO THE EXISTING THREE CIRCULAR CLARIFIERS.PRIVATERICHMONDFORESTROBBINSGROVE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12504 Wastewater 15 $5,500,000 Unincorporated Coldwater Coldwater Creek Capital 89Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180)FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund DETERIORATED FORCE MAIN EXPERIENCING FAILURES. CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 10-INCH REPLACEMENT FORCE MAIN. JANET OLDJAMESTOWNSILVER FOX JAMEST O WNEP P IN G HAMPRIVATEMADLARD U N S TO N E H IDD EN COVE LOST FOXCLEDLAHILLS FOX CHASEFOXFORDP R IVATELINDBERGH §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12882 Wastewater 15 $2,090,000 Unincorporated Coldwater Coldwater Creek Capital 90Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWER Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 1,750 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. §¨¦170 §¨¦170 PRICESPOON VILLA PRIVATEREAR LOCUST ALDANPUTTERHILLTOPSTONELEIGHTOWERS BRISCOEBONPRIC EVILLA CAPRIPRICE MEADOWS VILLA OLIVE BLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12127 Wastewater 15 $1,100,000 Olivette Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 91Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD ANDE CONCORD RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12023. §¨¦270 §¨¦270 TH E I S S MA T T I S GE R A L D MUELLERVON TALGETESCORDGATESBURYTHEISSC O R DDIERSDO R S I ETWILIGHTLAVINIAGREGORYLINCORDSAKURA JAMIEJOSSEJAN CHERYLCONCORDLARKINCON C O R D V ILLAG E R EVEREWI N K E L W ORTHIN GTO N F I V EOAKSBIMINI BEHRSUNNY VIEWMARLEYCAROLYNNE ACTONSLE V I N ME A D O W F I E L D LEONARDKRAMPERS T G E MM E EDGECLIFFE BRIDLEW O O D VALLEY CREST FAWNWOODJU E N G E LCOURTWICK SOUTHFIELD WOODWORTHCOUWELSROUNDHILLADAMS CONG ER PRIVATE CONCORDOA K S OLDTESSONHUE G E L SUANISMERITOCO N C O R D SLINDBERGHBLVD SLINDBERGHBLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12128 Wastewater 15 $215,000 St. Louis County Meramec Mattese Creek Capital 92Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR(I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DISTRICT'S LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN TO ADDRESS COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED. CONSTRUCT 4,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND 2,300 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS, AND REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-298 AND CSO OVERFLOW L-160. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 11851. STORM PROJECT 10167 TO BE CONSTRUCTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS PROJECT.ODAYOLD WARSON MCKNIGHTLITHIA HUDSONGILBERT MCKINLEYLITZSINGER ROCK HILLKORTWRIGHTELDRIDGE MADISONDES PERESENNISROCKMANPARK ROCKFORDR ID GELINEMAN I TO U B LO S S OM T A V A LO N STANLEY LEONARDPLAINFIELDREMINGTONTHORNT O NMONIERFA I RD A L E OVERBROOK MUECK ALMENTOR BAHIANORTH SALEMHILLSBERRY DUNWOODYWILD D E E R W ARSONCHARLEVILLES U T T O N C O P P E R HILL RARITAN D U N KIRK BROWNBERTCHARLANEBARCIALONE OAK S A N TAFEGREENWOODTWINBROOK C R E V E C O E U R HARDITH HILLBLUESTONEROCK HILLDES PERESROCK HILLMADISONBE RR YR A R I T A N §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10851 Wastewater 15 $5,370,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 93Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREENINFRASTRUCTURE Construction 1101 - General Fund CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS AREREQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCESTORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. THIS PROJECT TO BE IMPLEMENTED IN COOPERATION WITH THE CITYOF ST. LOUIS AND OTHER AGENCIES. MAY INCLUDE CAPITAL ANDNON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦44 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11146 Wastewater 15 $5,000,000 Various Bissell Various Non-recurring 94Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF(SKME-551) PART 2 Construction, Phase II 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund TWO SSOS AND A PUMP STATION MUST BE ELIMINATED. CONSTRUCT 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-515 AND BP-624, ANDPUMP STATION P-327. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $6,900,000. PUBLIC I/IREDUCTION IN PROJECT 11927.WACHTELZEISSPARDELLAHOF F M E I S T E R REEDBAY L E S S MILITARYGENTRYFAN N I E ORI E N T GRANDERSKINEETTA HU R C K HOR NAVENUE HNAE R TVIRGODALLAS GOE T Z MA R C E A U PAU L EVEGAS REGINAPRIV ATE LAG R O DA V I S KAY S E R WEI S S PLA C I D MANNCORMAR VELMARUPRECHT CLYDELANDORUNION PACIFICCLE V E S CAT A L A N RAU H U T BOBRING ALL E G H A N Y CATSKILL WAL L E R NEL L I E MOU N T O L I V E DEG E N H A R D T RIS C H CARTWRIGHTBELLAVILLA AD E L I A JEF F O R D S LEN H A R D T VIKI N G SUSAN BAUMANNDAMMERTBAR T O L E T ELI A S BAY L E S S DAMMERTETTA P RIV A T EPAU L E WAL L E R WEI S S WEI S S REGINAFAN N I E WEI S S HOR N LAGRO KAY S E R VELMA §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11155 Wastewater 15 $3,800,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 95Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOODBLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWERACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 7,900 FEET OF 6-INCH TO 78-INCH SANITARY SEWER TOALLEVIATE SYSTEM SURCHARGING. FACILITATE FUTURE REMOVAL OFCONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-545, BP-170, BP-198, BP-348, BP-349,BP-155, AND BP-591. THIS PROJECT RECEIVED PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN PRIOR YEARS. TOTAL BUDGET IS $21,750,000.GLENBELLBRENTWOODELMMADGE MARYTHORNTON MARSHALL WAYMIRE FLORENCE CORNELLUNIONPACIFICPENDLETONPRIVATEBRAZEAU ATALANTA RUTHLITHIA MERRITT MANDERLYPOWELL CRAWFOR D HILLDALECOLLIERR O CKF OR D JOSEPH MASON HOLLANDLAWNDELL ALMENTOR ALLISONREASNOR MAGDALEN WILLIS BOMPARTKIRKHAMBREMERTONC R E V E C O E U R KEYSTONE ATALANTA GLENBOMPARTGLENMARYCOLLIERWILLIS MANCHESTER RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10021 Wastewater 15 $4,000,000 Brentwood Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 96Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOODBLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWERACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 7,900 FEET OF 66-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER TOALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND TO FACILITATE THE FUTURE REMOVALOF CONSTRUCTED SSOS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $33,130,000. OMCI FUNDINGIS FOR PARK LANE STORM SEWER. PINE MCKNIGHTWHITE ODAYOLD WARSON HUDSONGILBERT ST CLAIRLITZSINGER MCKINLEYDANIELROCK HILLROCKF O R DPARKRIDGEBREMERTONKORTWRIGHTROCKMANPARK SONORA OVERBROOKPRIV A T E STANLEY REMINGTONOAK BENDMERRITTLINDWORTHPOCAHONTAS LAWN RUSSE L L BERRY WHITEHALL W ARSONCHARLEVILLESUTTON RARITAN HATTONDANFIELD DEER CREEK WOODS D U N K I R KCHARLANEOAK LEAFGOLDEN GATE S A N TAFEBLUESTONEOAK BEND R A R I T A N M A N C H E S T E R R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12471 Wastewater 15 $17,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 97Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOODBLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Construction 5566 - Deer CreekOMCI Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWERACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 7,900 FEET OF 66-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER TOALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND TO FACILITATE THE FUTURE REMOVALOF CONSTRUCTED SSOS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $33,130,000. OMCI FUNDINGIS FOR PARK LANE STORM SEWER. PINE MCKNIGHTWHITE ODAYOLD WARSON HUDSONGILBERT ST CLAIRLITZSINGER MCKINLEYDANIELROCK HILLROCKF O R DPARKRIDGEBREMERTONKORTWRIGHTROCKMANPARK SONORA OVERBROOKPRIV A T E STANLEY REMINGTONOAK BENDMERRITTLINDWORTHPOCAHONTAS LAWN RUSSE L L BERRY WHITEHALL W ARSONCHARLEVILLESUTTON RARITAN HATTONDANFIELD DEER CREEK WOODS D U N K I R KCHARLANEOAK LEAFGOLDEN GATE S A N TAFEBLUESTONEOAK BEND R A R I T A N M A N C H E S T E R R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12471 Wastewater 15 $30,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 98Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVDAND LADUE RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 505 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12036. §¨¦64§¨¦64 LADUE WARSONSPOEDEGRAESERCLAYTONMOSLEY BARNESVOUGANORTH FOR T Y T E A L W OOD BEAVE R ST ACY LOG CABINSTONEYSIDEOAKPARKOLDBONHOMME RONDELAY P R IVATEALDE N B R O OKTRAIL HEATHER HILLMAGNOLIAARTHUR P IC A RDY FO R D Y CEMOR WOODTUREEN HIGHDOWNTUCKERLADUEESTATESANZEIGER LISA MAYFAIRA L L E G ROSHERWYNTRILANE APPLE TREERANDELAYOAK GATE CHERRI COUNTR YVIEW NOTRE DAMED O G W O O D L Y N N B R O O K LEELASUNDOWN PRIVATE PRIVATE PRIVATENLINDBERGHBLVD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11997 Wastewater 15 $600,000 Ladue Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 99Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018)CONTRACT A Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 78,000 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECTS 12186, 12327, 12362,AND 12363. §¨¦64 §¨¦44 §¨¦170 §¨¦170 GEYERM E TROLIN K CLAYTON LAYPINESPOEDE LOCKWOOD UN I O N PACIFICKIRKHAM PRICEDALELADUEFORSYTH OLD WARSON FOLK DICKSONMCKNIGHTLEE GRAYFORES T P A R K GO R E CLARK ESSEX BRUNO ELMTR ENTRUTHEVANSWOODWARSONMAPLEWAY ODAYDAVIS SAPPINGTONWYDOWN SHREWSBURYWHITE SELMASIMMONSBISMARK BOLANDBARNESWILSON LITZSINGE R OXFORDEUCLID SWAN CLAYPAR KBODLEY EDGARTAYLORSQUIRES CELLAHANLEYFOREST PAR LOUISANDREWJEFFERSONOAKFLORAMEDINA JEROME IOLABARTOLDST AND REWSDENNY CECELIAELINORROSEDA R YLSPRINGWEIL GODWINDWYER YORKCONWAYDROM A R A DANBURYHILLARD INDIAN ELLISHILL DORA L JOANNAHIGHDOWNBENNETT SUSSEXROMINEBERRYRUSSEL L EVANSOAKCLAYELMPARKWHITE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12039 Wastewater 15 $6,500,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 100Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TORDP) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS ANDACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 22,800 FEET OF 19 FOOT DIAMETER STORAGE TUNNEL ANDDIVERSION STRUCTURES. PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL BUDGET IS $155,000,000.PUMP STATION CONSTRUCTED UNDER 12615. §¨¦44 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 DALE ME T R O LIN K CLAYTON UNIONPACIFICPINE ELMLAYFOLKMCKNIGHT NEWPORT MARSHALL YALECLARK McCAUSLANDLITZSINGER LACLEDESTATIONIVANHOEBELLEVUEPERNOD KIRKHAMETHEL WHITE BELLBREDELLBOLANDSUTTONLAWN OLEATHALINDENEULALIE LINDENWOODGLENGOR E FYLERCLAYTONIA LEE ARUNDEL EUCLID SW AN PAR KLITHIA PACIFIC HANLEYFORESTLOUISDELNORTEPLATEAU WILL IA MS ALAMO MARDEL MADGE HANCOCKMCCUTCHEONWISE C A M BRIDGEARSENALFLORASALEMB U C KHICKS ST CLAIRMARYG R EENWOODBRUNO FAIRVIEW M A NHATTANPRATHERBARTOLDRUSSELL YEATMANROCK HILLEAGER ROSE FLORENCE MARTINIOXFORD GODWI N C O M M ONWEALTHMOORLANDSY ORKBACON MORITZ LYLEDESPERESPRIVATEARLINGTON ANNA WAYMIRE ELLSWORTH WELLINGTON JAMES MAPLECIRCLECOLLINS GREELEY ECOFFBLENDONCORONAEAST PORTEREXETERHORNER BERRY RICHERTHATTONSANBONITA UNIONPACIFIC FORESTMARYWHITE IVANHOEELMMANCHESTERRD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11731 Wastewater 15 $50,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 101Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATERPROJECTS (2018) Property RightsAcquisition 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENTPROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTSACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES. PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITALIMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATERPROJECTS. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12514 Wastewater 13 $2,100,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 102Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ENGELHOLM RELIEF SANITARY STORAGEFACILITY (ENGELHOLM AVENUE AND ST.CHARLES ROCK ROAD) Land Purchase 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT A 1 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY.70THMETRO L INK FERGUSONLEROYKINGSLAN DENGELHOLM MAINWELLS PAR K SALERNOENGELCRES TFERGUSONENGELHOLM METRO L INKSALERNOST C H A R L E S R O C K R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12841 Wastewater 13 $2,000,000 Pagedale Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 103Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774)REPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION P-774 HAS DETERIORATED AND REQUIRESREPLACEMENT. REPLACE PUMP STATION P-774. HIC K O R Y FA R M E RS MILL WILSONCREEK KEHRSWO ODB RANDSFORDWI L SO N F A RMWHEATON PO INT §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12457 Wastewater 15 $550,000 Chesterfield Missouri Caulks Creek Capital 104Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/IREDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYERRD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12036.GEYERBALLASBOPPRUTHWOODGATESIMMONSOAK VALLEY TWINPINENANAJEWELTALLIELINWOOD CLEVELANDTWIN FAWNS LINDGATE MEIERKIRKSHIRE GRUPPKEN DONMISSOURIDUNMORR LILLIAN CREEKHAVEN SUN NY FOLGERL OCKETTLINDEMANN PAMELA KINSTERNSERAMA VINETTALAVENDELHARWOODBAMBURY TIMBER FE D ERAL WILSON ROCHDALEMANHATTAN C H O PINB A Y BER R Y BROOKCREEK SCOTTSDALE BORCHERDING WHIT ECLIFFBRIAR RIDGE LYNKIRK TIMBERWYCK HAVERSHAMPLAZATRAIL C R E S T A PPLEWOODPINEGATEST CLEMENT WEDGETON MIDDLEVIEW DES PERESJASMIN BELVA IRENEBALLAS SUNNY SIMMONSJEWELBOPPLYNKIRK MANCHEST E R R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11996 Wastewater 15 $250,000 Des Peres Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 105Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FENTON WWTF HEADWORKS GATEIMPROVEMENTS Construction 5591 - Meramec RiverBasin Subd #449 OMCIFund COLLECTION SYSTEM FLOODING INDUCES FLOODING IN THETREATMENT PLANT. RELOCATE AND REPLACE EXISTING PLANT INFLUENT GATE.GRAVOISOP P S MAI N OLD H I G H W A Y 1 4 1 PRIVA T EGRAVEWAREWATER C ENTERMOUNDG R A V OIS BLUF FS §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12833 Wastewater 15 $300,000 Fenton Meramec Fenton Creek Capital 106Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS Construction 5591 - Meramec RiverBasin Subd #449 OMCIFund FLOOD DAMAGE AT THE PLANT DUE TO RECORD FLOODING. CONSTRUCT LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS TO RAISE THE CREST ELEVATIONOF THE LEVEE, INCLUDING GATE AND FENCING, AND HIGH WATERPUMP STATION MODIFICATIONS. OP P SGRAVOIS OLD H I G H W A Y 1 4 1GRAVEMAI N PRIVA T E WATERWARE PRIV ATE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12832 Wastewater 15 $1,370,000 Fenton Meramec Fenton Creek Capital 107Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund FLOOD DAMAGE AT THE PLANT DUE TO RECORD FLOODING. CONSTRUCT LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS TO RAISE THE CREST ELEVATIONOF THE LEVEE, INCLUDING GATE AND FENCING, AND HIGH WATERPUMP STATION MODIFICATIONS. OP P SGRAVOIS OLD H I G H W A Y 1 4 1GRAVEMAI N PRIVA T E WATERWARE PRIV ATE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12832 Wastewater 15 $1,530,000 Fenton Meramec Fenton Creek Capital 108Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGESANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADODR) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 2,093 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND2,683 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 24-INCH PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATECONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-087. PAGE SCHUETZLACKLAND CRAIGBALLB O RMAN GRA E L E RFEE FEEVI L L A D O R A D O W E L DONGRISSOMTIVOLICONCOURSEWESTLINEINDUSTRIAL PRIVATECHAFFEE FRO N TIER MONTA U KWE S T P ORTPLAZAWESTPORTCENTERARC PAGESERVICE ALTOMSHALLOWBR O O KLIMETREECONGRESSIONALFEATHERWO O D BRONCO LAKESIDE C R OS S IN G LILBURN PARKC R E S T A VERDECRAIG PARKPAGE PRIVATEP RIVATEPRIVATE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10018 Wastewater 15 $6,590,000 Maryland Heights Missouri Fee Fee Creek Capital 109Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTYAPPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT A Appraisal Services 1101 - General Fund APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'SCAPITAL PROGRAM. PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THEDISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020BASED ON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12382 Unallocated 12 $60,000 Various Various Various Non-recurring 110Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTYAPPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT B Appraisal Services 1101 - General Fund APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'SCAPITAL PROGRAM. PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THEDISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020BASED ON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12383 Unallocated 12 $60,000 Various Various Various Non-recurring 111Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTYAPPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT C Appraisal Services 1101 - General Fund APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'SCAPITAL PROGRAM. PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THEDISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020BASED ON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12384 Unallocated 12 $60,000 Various Various Various Non-recurring 112Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTYAPPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT D Appraisal Services 1101 - General Fund APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'SCAPITAL PROGRAM. PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THEDISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020BASED ON PERFORMANCE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12385 Unallocated 12 $60,000 Various Various Various Non-recurring 113Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V(SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION Construction 5566 - Deer CreekOMCI Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 1,675 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER ANDREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. OMCI BUDGET FUNDS STORM SEWERS TO BE BUILT AS A PART OF THISPROJECT. KIRKHAM GRAYDICKSONSWON OLD WARSON GORELOCKWOOD LEE ELMESSEX UNIONPACIF IC JACKSONSAPPINGTONWOOD MAPLEODAYTAYLORBELLBISMARK BROWNELL QUAN FOOTE EDWINEUCLID LITHIABENNETT BACON GILL PAR HUDSON ANDREWBODLEY JEFFERSONOA KGILBERT CORNELLHILLDEACON AUSTINM E D I N A MCKINLEYADAMS PARKLANDM ADISONIOLANORTH LONGVIE W ROCK HILLMARK RENDERERPAPINKORTWRIGHTPARKFLANDERSCURRANPACIFIC DWYER WILDDEER D E S PERESHILLARD ROCKMANCOPP E R H ILL JOANNARIDGE LINED E VONCHELSEA P RIV A T E BREMERTONHIGHHAMPT O NJULIAN VICTORIA WARWICK WATE R BURYMOODY OAKSFOX GLENMOOR HULLWINGFIELD PARKWOODSMCDONALDHARTGREENVIEWCOLL E G E ALGO N Q U I N CEDAR BERRY HI L LS IDEWOODLAWN BELLEVIEW BEAUFORD RARIT A N GASLITE NOLAN RUSSELL ALDEN IOLAALGONQUIN LOCKWOOD ELMB E R R Y ROCK HILLCEDAR §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12177 Wastewater 15 $1,032,000 Glendale Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 114Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V(SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 1,675 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER ANDREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. OMCI BUDGET FUNDS STORM SEWERS TO BE BUILT AS A PART OF THISPROJECT. KIRKHAM GRAYDICKSONSWON OLD WARSON GORELOCKWOOD LEE ELMESSEX UNIONPACIF IC JACKSONSAPPINGTONWOOD MAPLEODAYTAYLORBELLBISMARK BROWNELL QUAN FOOTE EDWINEUCLID LITHIABENNETT BACON GILL PAR HUDSON ANDREWBODLEY JEFFERSONOA KGILBERT CORNELLHILLDEACON AUSTINM E D I N A MCKINLEYADAMS PARKLANDM ADISONIOLANORTH LONGVIE W ROCK HILLMARK RENDERERPAPINKORTWRIGHTPARKFLANDERSCURRANPACIFIC DWYER WILDDEER D E S PERESHILLARD ROCKMANCOPP E R H ILL JOANNARIDGE LINED E VONCHELSEA P RIV A T E BREMERTONHIGHHAMPT O NJULIAN VICTORIA WARWICK WATE R BURYMOODY OAKSFOX GLENMOOR HULLWINGFIELD PARKWOODSMCDONALDHARTGREENVIEWCOLL E G E ALGO N Q U I N CEDAR BERRY HI L LS IDEWOODLAWN BELLEVIEW BEAUFORD RARIT A N GASLITE NOLAN RUSSELL ALDEN IOLAALGONQUIN LOCKWOOD ELMB E R R Y ROCK HILLCEDAR §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12177 Wastewater 15 $2,305,000 Glendale Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 115Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR,TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRS Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING AND TANK DETERIORATION, AND SWITCHGEAR AND SCREENRELIABILITY ISSUES. CONSTRUCT REPAIRS TO ADDRESS BUILDING SETTLING, TANKDETERIORATION, SWITCHGEAR PROBLEMS, AND INFLUENT PUMPINGSTATION SCREEN ISSUES. PRIVATE TWIN LAKES UNION PACIFICWESTERMAN APPLE TREEBURLINGTONNORTHERNSANTAFESPINDLE GRAND GLAIZEUNIONPACIFIC§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12495 Wastewater 15 $3,321,000 Valley Park Meramec Grand Glaize Creek Capital 116Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GRAND GLAIZE WWTF FLOOD PROTECTIONIMPROVEMENTS Construction 5591 - Meramec RiverBasin Subd #449 OMCIFund FLOOD DAMAGE AT THE PLANT DUE TO RECORD FLOODING. INSTALL 2 GATE STRUCTURES ON WWTF PROPERTY AND 5 GATESTRUCTURES IN THE VALLEY PARK COLLECTION SYSTEM. INCLUDES INSTALLATION OF 5 GATES IN THE VALLEY PARKCOLLECTION SYSTEM TRIBUTARY TO THE PLANT. VEST BENTON 8THFOREST7TH9TH6THST LOUISUNIONPACIFICLEONARD5THGLOVER4TH 10THMARSHALL PRIVATE 3RDBURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FEGRAND GLAIZEO AK LAKEHIL L WYNSTAY HIGHLAND PA LM UNION PA CI FI C BURLINGTONNORTHERNSANTAFEP R IVATE WYNSTAY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12830 Wastewater 15 $200,000 Valley Park Meramec Grand Glaize Creek Capital 117Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT)(IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTONTRUNK) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund STREET FLOODING AND BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGEDCOMBINED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 5,550 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 108-INCH STORM SEWERS, 540FEET OF SANITARY SEWERS, AND 3,240 FEET OF SEWER LINING IN THECITY OF ST. LOUIS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 18. TOTAL BUDGET IS $9,700,000. ST LO U I S TERR Y TERMINAL CLARAGREER LABA D I E ROOS E V E L T GOODFELLOWMAFFI T T ASHL A N DHERBERT BURDSELBER HAMILTONKENNERLY ST ED W A R DROWANBLACKSTONEGREE R §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11770 Wastewater 15 $6,500,000 St. Louis City Bissell Harlem Capital 118Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/IREDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER, ANDREMOVE PRIVATE I/I AT 65 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12023. §¨¦270 KENNERLY MA T T I SALSWELLSAPPINGTONSCHUESSLER HILLTO P MENTZHILLLE E B U R LITTIE ROXANNASUNSETBAPTIST CHURCHGE R A L DGEYER TH E I S S GREGORY DIERSGRAVOISAN T O N TESCORDPRIVAT E LANGTREEWEBER H I LLDANDRIDGEELNORETWILIGHTHELTA VARGAS MAPLELINCORDEIMEREYNOSA SAKURA JOSSEFAWNHAVEN CHERYLCONCORDC H A P ELHILL W ORTH IN G T O NBIRDHAVENROANNA DAVANA ARTHURDOVERHILL VALDA M E R E TIOGA J O A N CHAR WICKMUGAN KRAMPERALLPINE BRIDLE W O O D GLENCROFTEDDINGH AM M IL L HILLREBECCACEDARQUAIL RUN OLD TESSONTAMARA PRIVATEGRAVOISRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12304 Wastewater 15 $705,000 Unincorporated Meramec Mattese Creek Capital 119Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON,TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGHBLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS,OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12037. §¨¦64 §¨¦64 GEYERCLAYTON KIRKHAMWOODLAWN OLDWARSON LEE T R ENTRUTHWOODWARSONODAYBROWNELL BISMARK TAYLORWILSON LITZSINGER NORTH F ORTY DANIELBENNETTS QUIRES DICKSONBACON SOUTHFORTY ANDREWROANOVE RHILLS GILBERTEVANSBRIDLEHARRISONO A KNANAMCKINLEYTALLIENORTH PORTLAND LINWOODFIRETHORN D E N NY MARKEAST MEIERBERNICEGASCONY C H IP PE R MISSOURICLAYFOLGERWINDI N G R ID GE IOLAJOANNA PAMELA TREGARON HIGHHAM PTO NMANITOU JULIANHARWOOD VICTORIA WARWICK PRIVATE SWAN HUNTLEIGH LINDWORTHLOCKETTHOCHCLAYOAKSLINDBERGHBLVD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11994 Wastewater 15 $550,000 Ladue Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 120Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2018) Work Order Repair Costs(Capital) 4102 - ImprovementFund FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSEMAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FORCAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. CONSTRUCT NEEDED REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENTPROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENTPLANTS, PUMP STATIONS, AND FORCE MAINS. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12893 Wastewater 17 $3,000,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 121Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION)(2018) CONTRACT A Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCHIN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, ANDBUILDING BACKUPS. AS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED IN PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12014 Wastewater 15 $2,500,000 St. Louis City and County Various Various Capital 122Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION)(2018) CONTRACT B Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCHIN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, ANDBUILDING BACKUPS. AS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED IN PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12015 Wastewater 15 $2,500,000 St. Louis City and County Various Various Capital 123Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) Work Order Repair Costs(Non-Capital) 1101 - General Fund DAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS ANDOTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. CONSTRUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF WASTEWATERINFRASTRUCTURE DISTRICTWIDE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12008 Wastewater 17 $2,500,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 124Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) Work Order Repair Costs(Capital) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund DAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS ANDOTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. CONSTRUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF WASTEWATERINFRASTRUCTURE DISTRICTWIDE. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12008 Wastewater 17 $6,000,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 125Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTPTO MARTIGNEY PS) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENTCONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TODAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS. CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL,ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS(P-305) PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$70,000,000. §¨¦255 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦55 KOCHKINSWOOD GREGGREAVIS B A R R ACK SFOR D E R CCCGRANTLIND TELFO R D HOFFM EIS TE R ARLEE SHERMAN MILDGENTRYFAIN IONE PRIVATEJOPLINCLIFFRINGER SHER ID A NPOT T L E ORIE N T RIP A LUNAPOP L A R GARK WILL LARKCLAGEROUTE R VICTORY AVENUE HBOUNDARYHOR N JEFFERSONIAN PAU L E HAL S EYFIRSTPECAN A SHROCK JACI N T O SOUTHSHIRE ARRAS J E FFERSONBLUE RIDGEBANISTERALL E N LI S I E U X KASKEBUNKERBIRCHPR IVATETELEGRAPHR DLEMAYFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11711 Wastewater 15 $26,100,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 126Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND SKIRKWOOD RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS. CONSTRUCT 900 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12049. §¨¦44 §¨¦44GEYERADAMSCLAY TAYLORHARRISONCOUCHU N IONPACIFIC CRAIGANN ROSE HILL WOODBINE JEFFERSON NIRK RAYBURN ESSEX MADISON FORESTH O L MESLARK BALLASWOODLAWNWAY DICKSONB U R L IN G T O N N O R T H E R N S A N T A F E L EM P WILTONLEE BODLEY CRESTORCHARDFILLMOREGILLIRIS CLARKMONROE MONICAFRIEDA SAMOAALTUSHILL APEX CENTRAL RECO TAHITILONGVIEW JEWEL ORLEANSARGONNE ELLIO T TROSEGOETHESMITH FLORALEA LINDEMAN PRIVATECAROLINEPARKCOULTERKNIERIMBRENTALICELODGEEVANSB ALI CLINTON MIDWAY MARCO OAKSHIREHEEGE FOREST GLEN SPEARS C A M E R A SAPPINGTONMERMOD MAGNOLIAERBERMEMPHIS COMMERCE MINTURNFUHRMANN HARVEYDUBOISWASHINGTONBRYAN TOLSTOIBODLEY PRIVATE CL A Y ESSEX CLINTON MONROE P RIVATE §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12317 Wastewater 15 $1,361,000 Various Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 127Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON,W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD ANDKIRKWOOD RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12037.GEYERWOODLAWNDICKSONBOPPESSEXRUTHEVANSWOOD WAY CLAYPEEKESIMMONSHARRISONWILSONWOODGATE DOUGHERTYFE R R Y BODLEY BENNETTOAKSQUIRES SARAH OAK V ALLEY PAR IRISTRENT TAYLORHILLNANAMEDINA G RAYCENTRALTALLIE OLD WARSON MAPLEFIRETHORN LONGVIE W DE N NY MARK J EWEL RENDERERTWIN FAWN S LINDGATE FLA N D E R S CURRANCLA YC HESTER GOETHEKEND ONBOGEYMISSOURIFOLGERHICKORY B R O W NELLLINDEMANNPAMELA HIGHHAMPT O N SERAMA JULIANVINETTA CHELSEA LAVEN DELVICTORIA W ARWICK PRIV A TETIMBER CHRISTINEPEARLMOZARTBEAUFORD LYNKIRK HAVERSHAMGASLITELANYARDSYLVANFUHRMANN LINDEMANEARLSTURGISLERNER JEWEL CLAYBOPPPRIVATEHICKOR Y PAR BODLEY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11995 Wastewater 15 $400,000 Kirkwood Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 128Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733)REPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION P-733 HAS DETERIORATED AND REQUIRESREPLACEMENT. REPLACE PUMP STATION P-733. LAD U E LADUEFARM PRIVAT E BABLERCEDARB R I D GE C ON WAYHILLMAP L E R I D G E PRIVATE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12320 Wastewater 15 $650,000 Chesterfield Missouri Creve Coeur Creek Capital 129Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 12,710 FEET OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THECURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INCLUDES PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION FROM PROJECT 12190. §¨¦270§¨¦270 ROBYN ROTT WATSONEDDIE N PARKMANDA GEYERCRESTOAKDENNYRUSDONCINEMA REDOAK LINCOLN RICHVIEW HA RW ICH MARE TROOSEV ELT ST U RDYFOX PARKN ANELL SUNLINDLOWILLKATH Y LYNNM ATTH E WSPRIVATE G L ENFIELD FAIRLIND S U NSETS U N S E TH ILLSBET H TIMBER C R EEKGAYLECOURT RICHTERWOODFOX CHAVEZWOODPARKEGGELINGBLACK OAK DREW TRENTMORE LA U RELCRESTLARCHWOODMIDDLEWOOD RYEGATEHEDGEFIELD OAKWOOD MANORWATSON PRIVATEPRIVATE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12051 Wastewater 15 $1,835,000 Various Lemay/RDP Various Capital 130Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE I Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund DETERIORATING CONCRETE PAVEMENT. REPLACE 30,000 SQUARE FEET OF DETERIORATED PAVEMENT. ETTA PR I V A T E H O F F M E I S T E R WEI S S UNION PACIFICMANN RUBYHOR N CARTWRIGHT UNION PACIFICUNION PACIFICP R I V A T E UNIONPACIFICUNIONPACIFICPRIVATEP R I V A T E §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12545 Wastewater 15 $480,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP River Des Peres Capital 131Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LOWER MERAMEC PUMP STATIONS FLOODMITIGATION Construction 5591 - Meramec RiverBasin Subd #449 OMCIFund VARIOUS PUMP STATIONS DAMAGED AND DISRUPTED BY THEDECEMBER 2015 RAIN AND FLOOD EVENT. CONSTRUCT FLOOD MITIGATION MEASURES AT 4 PUMP STATIONSIMPACTED BY THE DECEMBER 2015 RAIN AND FLOOD EVENT (KIEFERCREEK, VANCE ROAD, FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE, AND FOREST VIEW PUMPSTATIONS). §¨¦44 §¨¦270§¨¦44 S MO141HWY N MO141HWY E MO30 H W Y WMO30HW Y S KIRKWOOD RDW A T S O N RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12785 Wastewater 15 $277,000 Various Meramec Various Asset Management 132Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEMIMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTONWWTF TUNNEL Property RightsAcquisition 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION ISPART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATERQUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. CONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THEFENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT ATTHE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THIS PROJECT ALSO ELIMINATES MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION489 AND FORCEMAIN, PER THE CAPACITY ASSURANCE EVALUATIONREPORT. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 §¨¦55 KERTHMA T T I S G R A V O ISWELLSKELLERMERAMECBOTTO M AMBSKENNERLY T H EI SSEA S T CONCORD ALL E N ALSWELLSC H U E S SLERMENTZHILL RI N G ERBA UERBUTL E R HILL GREENTONS USONHILLS POI N T E CARIBEEHAWKINSGE R A L D KE M P F H AGEMANNOLSENGREGORY DIERSPRIVATE MAIN RIVERCURVE VALMEYERTESCORDMAN GOWA T S O N GATESBURY DANTONAIREGRIFFINA C O RN LANGTREEVALLEYSIDEFUCHSFIJIBAHNFYREFERN BEACHED LOUCLAYRIDGESTARLITATLNTIC LARKINLITTLEROCKTIOGA COYLE TOWNE SO UTHPRIVATEPRIVATE AMBS BAUER PRIVATEPR I V A T E T ES S ONFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11746 Wastewater 13 $1,000,000 Various Meramec Meramec Tributary Areas Capital 133Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGEFACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. CONSTRUCT A 28-FOOT DIAMETER UNDERGROUND COMBINED SEWERSTORAGE FACILITY 3,000 FEET IN LENGTH, A 12.5 MGD PUMP STATION,AND ASSOCIATED COLLECTOR SEWERS. SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING FOR A PROJECTED FIVE YEARCONSTRUCTION PROJECT. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$86,200,000.HALLELIAS FONTAINE MELVINNEWBYHARLAN MARIAS JORDANWALDORFLEBON ORAN GUSTAVDONNELL LOWELLNASSAU CHAINOFROCKS JENNINGSSTATION RAFORD G A S T JACKSON TROY FILIBERTDUENKE RIVERRUNRIVER TRAIL P O R T L A N D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11656 Wastewater 15 $29,000,000 St. Louis City Bissell Maline Creek EXPENSE TYPE: Capital 134Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONSREHABILITATION Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS $5,000,000. §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12483 Wastewater 15 $2,000,000 St. Louis City Various Various Capital 135Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MISSOURI RIVER WWTF FERRIC CHLORIDESTORAGE AND FEED FACILITY Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund TREATMENT FACILITY CHEMICAL ISSUE WITH STRUVITEACCUMULATION CAUSING PROBLEMS WITH PUMPS, PIPING, ANDCENTRIFUGES. CONSTRUCT FERRIC CHLORIDE STORAGE FACILITY, AND RELATEDPUMPS AND PIPING. PRIVATE PRI VATEPRIVATE P R I VA T E §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12708 Wastewater 15 $1,000,000 Maryland Heights Missouri Missouri River Tributary Areas Capital 136Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLETCOMBINED SEWER RELIEF Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWER MAINS RESULTING IN BUILDINGAND OVERLAND FLOODING. REPLACE 1,100 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 42-INCH COMBINED SEWER WITH54-INCH COMBINED SEWER, AND REPLACE 10 SINGLE INLETS WITHDOUBLE INLETS. FERRIS GOODFELLOWHAMILTONDARBYM C A R THURKIENLEND R E SSELL BRENNAN GR I M S H A WDARDENNE NAYL O R LEXINGTON HAMILTONNAT U R A L B R I D G E R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12536 Wastewater 15 $1,630,000 St. Louis City Bissell Harlem Capital 137Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: ODELL 6942 - 44 FLOOD MITIGATION Land Purchase 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund CHRONIC BASEMENT FLOODING. BUYOUT FLOOD PRONE PROPERTY AS PART OF THE CITYSHED EFFORT. SOUTHWEST ARSE N A LMcCAUSLANDEMILIE ELLENDALELIMITUNION PACIFICQUEENCANTERBURYFERN HERMITAGETR E M O N T ODELL BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FEHUDLERRABENBERG MCCAUSLANDJAMIESONLOWERYUNION PACIFICARSENAL §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12799 Wastewater 13 $200,000 St. Louis City Lemay/RDP McCausland EXPENSE TYPE: Capital 138Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTIONPROGRAM Work Order Repair Costs(Capital) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGINGSANITARY SEWERS. Scope of ProjectCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES FROM THE SANITARY SYSTEM. PROJECT MAY INCLUDE BOTH CAPITAL AND NON-CAPITAL SERVICES. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11877 Wastewater 17 $500,000 Various Various Various Non-recurring 139Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSIONPART 2 Construction, Phase II 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund LANDFILL THAT MSD UTILIZES TO DISPOSE OF INCINERATOR ASH ISNEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO ENABLE FULL UTILIZATION OFPERMITTED LANDFILL CAPACITY. THIS PROJECT WILL HELP FACILITATE FULL UTILIZATION OF THECURRENT PERMITTED CAPACITY OF THE LANDFILL, AND DOES NOTCHANGE LANDFILL PERMIT PARAMETERS. BLUFF ADRIANLILAC SCRANTON BURLINGTONNORTHERNSANTAFEP RIVATE LOOKOUT DIAMONDLEETON §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11094 Wastewater 15 $1,000,000 Various Bissell MISSISSIPPI RIVER (CITY) Capital 140Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL Land Purchase 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, ANDCLAYTONIA WATERSHEDS REQUIRE MAJOR SYSTEM CONTROLS TOOBTAIN CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. CONSTRUCT 16,300 FEET OF 17-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS. §¨¦44 §¨¦64§¨¦170 §¨¦64 §¨¦44 §¨¦170 DALE CLAYTON ME T R OLIN KELMUNIONPACIFICPINE PERNOD FYLER FOLK WATSONOLEATHA TAMMNEWPORT MARSHALL YALECLARK McCAUSLANDARSENAL W ELLS LACLEDESTATIONBELLEVUESOUT HWEST ODELLBRENTWOODHANLEY LINDENWOOD SCANLAN ETHEL BRADLEY KIRKHAMWHITE BELLBREDELLBOLANDSUTTONLAWN WEST PARK EULALIE GLEN SWAN PAR K SMILEYPACIFICFORESTLOUIS MARQUETTEDELNORTE WINONA WIL L IA MS ALAMO HIGHSCHOOLMARDEL C A M BRIDGEGARNER FLORA ARTHUR BERTHOLD SALEMB U C K HICKSWRENWOOD ST CLAIRMARYG R E E NWOODBRUNO GLADES POTOMAC MARMADUKE WISE FAIRVIEW M A NHATTANSUMMITPRATHERHANCOCK RUSSEL L YEATMANEA G ER ROSE SPRINGFLORENCE MARTINIOXFORD PRIVATEBREMERTONC O M M O NWEALTHMOORLANDSTHOLOZANLYLEYORK ARLINGT O N VILLA WAYMIRE SOUTHSARAH JAMES MAPLEANNALEE CUTTERGREELEY JAMIESONECOFFSOUTHWOOD VINE ARBOR NORTHWOOD PORTERMITCHELL PLATEAU RICHERTHATTONARLINGTON PARK TAMMTAMMMARYFLORA GLENYALEELM EAGER THOLOZANYALEARTHUR §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12441 Wastewater 13 $3,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 141Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION PART 2 Construction, Phase II 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS,OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 1,600 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 15 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 11849. OMCI BUDGETFUNDS STORM SEWERS TO BE BUILT AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT. §¨¦170 §¨¦170 HANLEYCLAYTON BRENTWOODME T R O L IN K DAVIS FORSYTH WENNEKERF O R E S T P A R K MARYLAND F RA N C I S SHAWPAR K CENTRALLOUWENMERAMECBEMISTONPOLOHUNTER WESTWOODTOP T ON GA Y WATKINS DR O M A R A BERKSHIRECARONDELET LINDENP A RK T A N G L EW O O D WYDOWNCARSWOLD MCCUTCHEONDAYTONA EDGEWOODRE AR GALLERIA HALI F A XPOINTER YORKBRIG HTON VENETIAN COLMAR CRESC E N T BYRONOAKLEYORLANDO BLACKCREEK ROSILINE LAKEFO R E S TSUDBURYPR IVAT E LYLEWALINCA WHITBURN MOHAWK BILTMORE METROLI N KCENTRALWALINCA §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11680 Wastewater 15 $517,000 Clayton Lemay/RDP Black Creek Capital 142Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION PART 2 Construction, Phase II 5566 - Deer CreekOMCI Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS,OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 1,600 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 15 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 11849. OMCI BUDGETFUNDS STORM SEWERS TO BE BUILT AS A PART OF THIS PROJECT. §¨¦170 §¨¦170 HANLEYCLAYTON BRENTWOODME T R O L IN K DAVIS FORSYTH WENNEKERF O R E S T P A R K MARYLAND F RA N C I S SHAWPAR K CENTRALLOUWENMERAMECBEMISTONPOLOHUNTER WESTWOODTOP T ON GA Y WATKINS DR O M A R A BERKSHIRECARONDELET LINDENP A RK T A N G L EW O O D WYDOWNCARSWOLD MCCUTCHEONDAYTONA EDGEWOODRE AR GALLERIA HALI F A XPOINTER YORKBRIG HTON VENETIAN COLMAR CRESC E N T BYRONOAKLEYORLANDO BLACKCREEK ROSILINE LAKEFO R E S TSUDBURYPR IVAT E LYLEWALINCA WHITBURN MOHAWK BILTMORE METROLI N KCENTRALWALINCA §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11680 Wastewater 15 $700,000 Clayton Lemay/RDP Black Creek Capital 143Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739)REPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION P-739 HAS DETERIORATED AND REQUIRESREPLACEMENT. REPLACE PUMP STATION P-739. ROYALPINES PRIVATE SEVENP IN ES W MO364 HWYE MO364 HWY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12193 Wastewater 15 $550,000 Maryland Heights Missouri Creve Coeur Creek Capital 144Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVALPART 2 Construction, Phase II 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS,OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 3,900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER, ANDREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PART 2 SCOPEIS TO CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVEPRIVATE I/I SOURCES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12061 AND PROJECT11927. §¨¦55 §¨¦55MACKENZIEHEEGE WEBER UNIONVALCOURROCKHILL HALEIONELACLEDE STATIONSETH MATHILDAIVY REAVIS RADIOALICETON STAELY ELIS E GRAMOND MOHEGAN RADIOMKITLUCIAFLETA FORMANVITA CHESHIRE LENORACORNSPR I N GTIBER MEATH ALTHEAVASEL STO N E L L RIP AMAYOPILOTBONNIE NEMOZINZER ZENITHBRENDAHIL D A BUFF T O N ELSAAFFTON GENESTALANGLEYDELMA W OLFFDANANEIERP R I VA T E KIDDERTALMASEIBER TNAVAJOE PHILOLAWNSIDE WIL BESANTONIAUPLA NDJOELBE RW ICK KOERBEREDGARPANCHO NAVA RREDORISANN HARLANWEBER TRAILARVIN V IRGILLINDHALL OLDEENGLISHHOSMER HOWERTONSEQUOIA D AR L E NECA S A R O S A B L A C K P O O LCHIVVISWILL D A N BREUERMENOLAPINTOBIXBYNORMALASHWELLMARVALEPI LG R I M RABETHHERITAGE VASEL PILOTHEEGE PRIVATEWEBERVASEL G R A V O IS R D WATSON RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11667 Wastewater 15 $400,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 145Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: SULPHUR YARD - VACTOR TRUCK DISPOSALBUILDING Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund CONSTRUCTION OF A VACTOR WASTE DUMP BUILDING AT THESULPHUR YARD WILL INCREASE OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY. CONSTRUCT A 2,600 SQUARE FOOT PREFABRICATED METAL BUILDING. §¨¦44 §¨¦44 UNION PACIFIC AMANDA SULPHURLLOYD B U R L I N G T O N N O R T H E R N S A N T A F E PIERCE EVELINE LLOYD UNION PACIFIC MANCHESTER RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12835 Unallocated 15 $750,000 St. Louis City Lemay/RDP January-Macklind Capital 146Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN SLINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 90 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND REMOVE PRIVATEI/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12038. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 §¨¦255§¨¦55 §¨¦255 UNIONWIL L GRE E N P A R K VO NTALGECORDESKINSWOOD CLIFFFAIN T H E I S S MUELLERPOP L A RRUSTYMUSI C K CONCORD ANTIGO ELILINVAL L E ALIX SPOKANESEDANTIMM BARRA C K S V I E W JAN DILLONPECANCHEVRON JACI N T O LAURABUCKLEYPE A LPEACE HAVENJEFFLEIGHHAWKSTONE MCCORRY REVEREVICT O R YFIVEOAKSBEHRSUNNYVIEW H U BERTBELLEWOOD SLE V I N MANOR EIFF E L BANISTERMAL U S SOLAR CRESCENTANDORACALEF GUEHRING DOLPHGLORIAOPA L BIRCHGR A D IENT LOIS SAX O N GAPSC H GENEFITE BOXVICTORY BUCKLEY LEMAY FERRY RD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12240 Wastewater 15 $260,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 147Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEYHILLS AND BEL-NOR) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 3,920 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER, ANDREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12435 AND PROJECT12436. §¨¦170 PAGE HANLEYTERMINAL ETZEL METRO LINK CA NTONNORTH N SOUTHLUCASNHUNTFERGUSONPURDUE82NDWALTONLACKLAND GROBY JULIANBROWNEASTMYRON SHAFTESBURY81STOLDEN EDIS O N LYNN MARK E T HUME ARGYLE WEL L S BARTMERPRIVATEBURTONWHEATON KINGSLANDRAFTPARTRIDGEB A LSON MONRO E COLONIALWAYNE DERBYQUENDO AHERN ST LO U I S LAMBAUGUSTA HU N T E R AUDRAIN BLOO M WILSONMALLA R D KEMPA L E R T WATTSMORTONGRANTANN EADS CLER BELTWA Y DORSET SPENCERMEYERMILAN G ULFMOUN T TULANE ARLMONTVALLEKENDALE BRENNER FAIRVIEWOGDENSALERNOASHLANDLULUCARLETON ROLAND RAISHERRABEJOH N VERLHAFNERBUCKNERRUDDY MOUNT OLIVEWARWICKWALES CRYSTALMILLET TABE R GRIEFIELDNOEL CO R Y FROWMILAN KINGSLANDTERMINALPRIVATE STCHARLESROCKRD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11991 Wastewater 15 $3,400,000 Various Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 148Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01,WC-02, & WC-03) PART 2 Construction, Phase II 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 3,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER, ANDREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12062 AND PROJECT12063. §¨¦70§¨¦170 PAG E T E RMINALHANLEY DELMAR ETZEL GOODFELLOWUNIONMETRO L INK RIDG E WEL L SBELTNORTH N SOUTHKIENLENMINERVA CANTON LUCASNHUNTFERGUSONPURDUEPENNSYLVANIAARLINGTONLILLI A N MYRON WABA D A BARTMER BURDCLARATULANE HELENLA C K L ANDSUTTERCATESEASTCLEMENS EDIS O N SHAFTESBURY PAS A DE N ALYNN MARKET HAMILTONWALTONWESTCORNELL AMHERST BEGGW HEATONKINGSLANDRAFTGREE R PARTRIDGEENRIGHT NELSONOAKWOODWARDERDARBYHODIAMONTMELBAHILLSEDGEWOODCOLONIALSNOW TEASDALE WAYNE JULI A N70THDERBYQUENDO G A NNON AHERN LAMBAUGUSTA LYNDHURSTRAYMOND LOTU S AUDRAIN WILSONPRIVATENOL A ALBIN MAPLE MADISONBRISTOW ROM A I N E PEYTONEADS 67THVERN ONMANOLA BEULAH ROLANDELWA R D MEYERMILAN WELLINGTON TRINITYDAWS O N GULF66THNIXONVIN ITA ERICKBALSONFAIRVIEW OGDENLEROYROTHLULUCOLBYBRADFORDAR D S L E Y ARDENPATTO NELCOWALES MAPLE JULIAN MAPLE BELTVERNON CATESHAMILTONWESTOLIVEBLVD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11671 Wastewater 15 $1,880,000 Various Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 149Page 2018 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASEIV SECTION B Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWER,INCLUDING PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLBP-597. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $13,000,000. §¨¦70 HERNH A N L E Y SUBURBA N ENIDKINGSPRINGDALE MABLEHUGO PLAZAHILLMARTINLUTHERKINGDADE EVANS GR O V E COOLIDGE SMITHMUELLEREL S I E OAK ANITABROTHERTONROCKINGHA MWALLINGFORD BRYA N RAMONAL A K E LY O N S SMITH HUGO C O O L I D GEKI N G §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11791 Wastewater 15 $7,000,000 Ferguson Bissell Maline Creek Capital 150Page 2018 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 1 WASTEWATER CONTINUED PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME REASON PROJECT CONTINUED COST ESTIMATE 11790 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN FEBRUARY, 2018. $6,600,000 11788 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAIN PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO REBIDDING REQUIRED AFTER LOW BID WITHDRAWL. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN SEPTEMBER, 2017. $6,000,000 10601 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO MAJOR SCOPE REVISION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN JULY, 2017. $12,300,000 12635 JAGUAR TO CAROLINE LOW PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM (LPSS) PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN MAY, 2018. $650,000 12502 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF POWER FEEDER REPLACEMENT PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO MAJOR SCOPE REVISION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN FEBRUARY, 2018. $750,000 11698 PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEF PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO DESIGN REVISIONS. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN NOVEMBER, 2017. $441,000 11992 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) PROJECT CONTINUED DUE TO EASEMENT ACQUISITION. ANTICIPATE BOARD INTRODUCTION IN DECEMBER, 2017. $3,700,000 TOTAL: $30,441,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 3 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12075 AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER, HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, AND HAMBURG) $510,000 151 12828 BISSELL POINT WWTF REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEM $3,000,000 152 11790 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) $8,400,000 153 12836 CLARA 523 COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT $80,000 154 12126 COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P- 180) STORAGE $1,670,000 155 11155 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) $3,100,000 156 12471 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II $16,100,000 157 11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) $1,000,000 158 11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) $50,000,000 159 12615 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION $1,000,000 160 12615 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION $15,000,000 161 11737 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) $10,000,000 162 10601 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF $12,200,000 163 12186 FRONTENAC, WINDING RIDGE, DEER CREEK HILL I/I REDUCTION (S QUAD I-64 AND CLAYTON RD) $190,000 164 11137 GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS $7,500,000 165 10496 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) $15,000,000 166 12569 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) $20,000,000 167 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 2 of 3 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12569 GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) $700,000 168 12297 HARMANN ESTATES PUMP STATION (P-709) ELIMINATION $1,340,000 169 12298 HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND AVE TO W ROSE HILL AVE) $463,000 170 12896 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2019) $3,000,000 171 11711 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) $20,000,000 172 11711 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) $485,000 173 12327 LAY RD - GALLERIA I/I REDUCTION (CLAYTON RD AND LAY RD) $198,000 174 12721 LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE $470,000 175 11656 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) $485,000 176 11656 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) $9,000,000 177 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION $1,000,000 178 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION $3,000,000 179 12460 OAKLAND COMBINED SEWER DETENTION AND STORAGE (CLAYTON AVE AND OAKLAND AVE) $1,000,000 180 12702 OLIVE / WASHINGTON - GRAND TO VANDEVENTER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF $1,200,000 181 12840 RIVERSIDE AND YARNELL SANITARY RELIEF REPLACEMENT $5,000,000 182 12190 ROBYN I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND ROBYN RD) $78,000 183 11791 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B $6,000,000 184 APPENDIX 10 May 2017 3 of 3 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 11769 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (GOODFELLOW TO HAMILTON) $4,430,000 184A TOTAL:$222,599,000 WASTEWATER CONSTRUCTION CONTINGENCY PROJECTS - FY19 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER,HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, ANDHAMBURG) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. §¨¦55 UNIONWEBER SEIB E R T DANAGERMANIA KAMMERERMORGAN FORDMOHEGAN RIVER DESPERES PRI V A T E FAN N I E HEIDELBERGMATHILDA BAY L E S SFORMANFABER LANGLEY KAYACORN OLDENBURGPILOT P R I M M HIL D AVINE HA M B U R G HA N N O V E R AVENUE HUNIONP A C I F IC WALDO LODE HEE G E STOLLEPHILOHEA L Y PAPOOSEFATIMA COL V I NGENESTA STEI N S ALLEY BIGCHIEFHILDESHEIMDAVIS KOE L N SAN T E NHARLANTIE M A N N CA R O N D E L E T WEBER TRAILKRA M E R GRA S S O PARKWOODADKINSCARLSBADRAYTIFFANYTE S S O N BLACKHAWK WANDAPINTOHUMMELSHEIMWOLZ WILMA SUN S H I N E MAJE S TYMACKINAWARONIAWHI P P O O R W I L LSTEFFENAUTUMN GAR D E N P A R K HERSHEY GARLYNJONMARHAMPSHIR E FORMAN WANDAHE E G E PRIVATE PILOTHE E G E FATIMA HA N N O V E R LODE TIEMANNGRAVOIS RD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12075 Wastewater 15 $510,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Mackenzie Creek Capital 151Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: BISSELL POINT WWTF REDUNDANT SLUDGEACCEPTANCE SYSTEM Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund SLUDGE FROM COUNTY PLANTS MAY HAVE TO BE PROCESSED AT THEBISSELL WWTF, BUT BISSELL LACKS A REDUNDANT SYSTEM TOACCOMMODATE MAINTENANCE AND BREAKDOWN. CONSTRUCT REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEM AT THEBISSELL PLANT. H A L L GRANDTERMINAL NORFOLKSOUTHERN N O R FOLKSOUTHERN §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12828 Wastewater 15 $3,000,000 St. Louis City Bissell Bissell Capital 152Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RDTO L-52) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING FORCEMAIN IS UNDERSIZED AND THIRTY YEARS OLD. CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 30-INCH FORCEMAIN AND 1,000 FEET OF36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $15,000,000.RIVER VALLEYCENTRAL MIDLANDCRE V E COE UR MILLHOG HOLLOWAMIOTW ATER W O R K S G L EN COVEWATERWORKSPRIVATE W HITERIDGECR E S T R ID G E TRAIL HIGHVA LLEYWOODSMILLLAKERIVER B E N D TOREADOR H IG H L A NDPARKWESTER NMILLC O L IS E U M PRIVATEPRIVATE OLIVEBLVD E MO364 HWY WMO364HWY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11790 Wastewater 15 $8,400,000 Maryland Heights Missouri Missouri River Tributary Areas Capital 153Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: CLARA 523 COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund COMBINED SEWER SURCHARGING AND BACKUPS. CONSTRUCT 186 FEET OF 15-INCH COMBINED SEWER.CLARAWATERMAN DELMAR DEBALIVIEREKINGSBURY WASHINGTON KINGSBURY KINGSBURY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12836 Wastewater 15 $80,000 St. Louis City Lemay/RDP Blackstone- Clarendon Capital 154Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180)STORAGE Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION P-180 HAS INSUFFICIENT CAPACITY AND NO PROVISIONSFOR EMERGENCY STORAGE. CONSTRUCT 500 FEET OF 96-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 180,000GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. SILVER FOX E PPINGHAMWILD FOXSEDGEMOOR DUN S TON E §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12126 Wastewater 15 $1,670,000 Unincorporated Coldwater Coldwater Creek Capital 155Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF(SKME-551) PART 2 Construction, Phase II(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund TWO SSOS AND A PUMP STATION MUST BE ELIMINATED. CONSTRUCT 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-515 AND BP-624, ANDPUMP STATION P-327. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $6,900,000. PUBLIC I/IREDUCTION IN PROJECT 11927.WACHTELZEISSPARDELLAHOF F M E I S T E R REEDBAY L E S S MILITARYGENTRYFAN N I E ORI E N T GRANDERSKINEETTA HU R C K HOR NAVENUE HNAE R TVIRGODALLAS GOE T Z MA R C E A U PAU L EVEGAS REGINAPRIV ATE LAG R O DA V I S KAY S E R WEI S S PLA C I D MANNCORMAR VELMARUPRECHT CLYDELANDORUNION PACIFICCLE V E S CAT A L A N RAU H U T BOBRING ALL E G H A N Y CATSKILL WAL L E R NEL L I E MOU N T O L I V E DEG E N H A R D T RIS C H CARTWRIGHTBELLAVILLA AD E L I A JEF F O R D S LEN H A R D T VIKI N G SUSAN BAUMANNDAMMERTBAR T O L E T ELI A S BAY L E S S DAMMERTETTA P RIV A T EPAU L E WAL L E R WEI S S WEI S S REGINAFAN N I E WEI S S HOR N LAGRO KAY S E R VELMA §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11155 Wastewater 15 $3,100,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 156Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOODBLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWERACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 7,900 FEET OF 66-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER TOALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND TO FACILITATE THE FUTURE REMOVALOF CONSTRUCTED SSOS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $33,130,000. OMCI FUNDINGIS FOR PARK LANE STORM SEWER. PINE MCKNIGHTWHITE ODAYOLD WARSON HUDSONGILBERT ST CLAIRLITZSINGER MCKINLEYDANIELROCK HILLROCKF O R DPARKRIDGEBREMERTONKORTWRIGHTROCKMANPARK SONORA OVERBROOKPRIV A T E STANLEY REMINGTONOAK BENDMERRITTLINDWORTHPOCAHONTAS LAWN RUSSE L L BERRY WHITEHALL W ARSONCHARLEVILLESUTTON RARITAN HATTONDANFIELD DEER CREEK WOODS D U N K I R KCHARLANEOAK LEAFGOLDEN GATE S A N TAFEBLUESTONEOAK BEND R A R I T A N M A N C H E S T E R R D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12471 Wastewater 15 $16,100,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 157Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TORDP) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS ANDACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 22,800 FEET OF 19 FOOT DIAMETER STORAGE TUNNEL ANDDIVERSION STRUCTURES. PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL BUDGET IS $155,000,000.PUMP STATION CONSTRUCTED UNDER 12615. §¨¦44 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 DALE ME T R O LIN K CLAYTON UNIONPACIFICPINE ELMLAYFOLKMCKNIGHT NEWPORT MARSHALL YALECLARK McCAUSLANDLITZSINGER LACLEDESTATIONIVANHOEBELLEVUEPERNOD KIRKHAMETHEL WHITE BELLBREDELLBOLANDSUTTONLAWN OLEATHALINDENEULALIE LINDENWOODGLENGOR E FYLERCLAYTONIA LEE ARUNDEL EUCLID SW AN PAR KLITHIA PACIFIC HANLEYFORESTLOUISDELNORTEPLATEAU WILL IA MS ALAMO MARDEL MADGE HANCOCKMCCUTCHEONWISE C A M BRIDGEARSENALFLORASALEMB U C KHICKS ST CLAIRMARYG R EENWOODBRUNO FAIRVIEW M A NHATTANPRATHERBARTOLDRUSSELL YEATMANROCK HILLEAGER ROSE FLORENCE MARTINIOXFORD GODWI N C O M M ONWEALTHMOORLANDSY ORKBACON MORITZ LYLEDESPERESPRIVATEARLINGTON ANNA WAYMIRE ELLSWORTH WELLINGTON JAMES MAPLECIRCLECOLLINS GREELEY ECOFFBLENDONCORONAEAST PORTEREXETERHORNER BERRY RICHERTHATTONSANBONITA UNIONPACIFIC FORESTMARYWHITE IVANHOEELMMANCHESTERRD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11731 Wastewater 11 $1,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 158Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TORDP) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS ANDACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT 22,800 FEET OF 19 FOOT DIAMETER STORAGE TUNNEL ANDDIVERSION STRUCTURES. PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL BUDGET IS $155,000,000.PUMP STATION CONSTRUCTED UNDER 12615. §¨¦44 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 DALE ME T R O LIN K CLAYTON UNIONPACIFICPINE ELMLAYFOLKMCKNIGHT NEWPORT MARSHALL YALECLARK McCAUSLANDLITZSINGER LACLEDESTATIONIVANHOEBELLEVUEPERNOD KIRKHAMETHEL WHITE BELLBREDELLBOLANDSUTTONLAWN OLEATHALINDENEULALIE LINDENWOODGLENGOR E FYLERCLAYTONIA LEE ARUNDEL EUCLID SW AN PAR KLITHIA PACIFIC HANLEYFORESTLOUISDELNORTEPLATEAU WILL IA MS ALAMO MARDEL MADGE HANCOCKMCCUTCHEONWISE C A M BRIDGEARSENALFLORASALEMB U C KHICKS ST CLAIRMARYG R EENWOODBRUNO FAIRVIEW M A NHATTANPRATHERBARTOLDRUSSELL YEATMANROCK HILLEAGER ROSE FLORENCE MARTINIOXFORD GODWI N C O M M ONWEALTHMOORLANDSY ORKBACON MORITZ LYLEDESPERESPRIVATEARLINGTON ANNA WAYMIRE ELLSWORTH WELLINGTON JAMES MAPLECIRCLECOLLINS GREELEY ECOFFBLENDONCORONAEAST PORTEREXETERHORNER BERRY RICHERTHATTONSANBONITA UNIONPACIFIC FORESTMARYWHITE IVANHOEELMMANCHESTERRD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11731 Wastewater 15 $50,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 159Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TORDP) - PUMP STATION Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING INEXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT PUMP STATION FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL PROJECT. PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$37,200,000. §¨¦44 §¨¦44 METROLINKSHREWSBURYBURLINGT O N N O RT H E R N S A NT A F ESUFFOLK MELBOURNE SUTHERLAND WINONA CARR LA N E LINDENWOOD MARDEL A R LIN G T O N BURLINGTONNORTHERNSANTAFE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12615 Wastewater 11 $1,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 160Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TORDP) - PUMP STATION Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING INEXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. CONSTRUCT PUMP STATION FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL PROJECT. PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$37,200,000. §¨¦44 §¨¦44 METROLINKSHREWSBURYBURLINGT O N N O RT H E R N S A NT A F ESUFFOLK MELBOURNE SUTHERLAND WINONA CARR LA N E LINDENWOOD MARDEL A R LIN G T O N BURLINGTONNORTHERNSANTAFE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12615 Wastewater 15 $15,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 161Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGEFACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. SSO OUTFALLSMUST BE ELIMINATED. CONSTRUCT A 2 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE TANK, PUMPSTATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. PAG E TERMINAL PURDUEPENNSYLVANIAQUENDOCANTON MALLA R D PARTRIDGETEAL RAYMONDNIXON ROBBINS WALDRONFARISDUSKY LEROYRAFTFERGUSONCOLBYDOVERVERLBALFO U R HAZELWOOD BUCKNERRUDDY PURCELLJACKSONIONAMEYERROBERTSMILFORD WATTSGEORGEEAGLEGRIEFIELDBACKERCAMDEN MIDLANDLYNN MELROSEPRIVATEOWENMILAN A LLEN GREEN LARCHARDEE TRENTON CANTON ROBERTS RAYMOND MALLARD FARIS§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11737 Wastewater 15 $10,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP University City Branch Capital 162Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGESANITARY RELIEF Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 6,114 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND5,735 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 42-INCH PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATECONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-076. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $24,500,000. PAGE ADIE SCHUETZLACKLAND B A L L B O RM ANC E N T R A L M ID LAND W E L DONFEE FEESCHAEFERGRISSOM GRA E L E R MI LLPARK C H IE F T A I N VI L L A D O R A D OCHAFFEE GAND YT IV OLI SCHULTECONCOURSEDECORAH PRI VATE W E S T L IN E I N DUSTRIAL MONT A UKNORFOL K S O U THERNME DIAGOLDLEAFLIMETREE D O R SETTARC C H A N DELLAY PAGESERVICE ALTOMS H A LLOWB R O O KCONGRESSIONAL MUELLER LINFREDVERNABRO NCO PINERO WWOODLANDHAMMER LACKLAND HILL CRAIG PARKPAGEPRIVATEPAGESERVICE MEDIAPRIVATEPRIVATE§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10601 Wastewater 15 $12,200,000 Maryland Heights Missouri Fee Fee Creek Capital 163Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: FRONTENAC, WINDING RIDGE, DEER CREEK HILLI/I REDUCTION (S QUAD I-64 AND CLAYTON RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 30 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12039. CLAYTON GEYERSPOEDEOLD WARSON T R ENTWARSONSOUTHFORTY LITZSINGER DANIELCELLAKENTBARNESROANOVERHILLS D E N NY HICKO R Y CH IPPE R MAGNOLIACONWAYSPRINGWOOD ARTHUR P IC A RDY WIND I N GR I D GE INDIANLOG CABINOVERBROOKHIGHDOWN P RIV AT E TREGARON ANZEIGER TWINSPRINGSMAYFAIRWARRIDGELYLEWOOD TIRRILL FARMSOAK BENDDWYERWOO DACREOAK GATE CAPITOL D E E R CREEK L Y N N B R O O KPRIVATE PRIVATEPRIVATE PRIVATE LITZSINGER S LINDBERGH BLVD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12186 Wastewater 15 $190,000 Ladue Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 164Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS CAUSING WET WEATHERBUILDING BACKUPS. CONSTRUCT 6,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER ANDONE PUBLIC WET WEATHER PUMP STATION. Comments/RemarksTHIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION IN FY 20. TOTAL BUDGET IS $14,500,000. OLIVE BOYLESARAHWHITTIERMCPH E R S O N WEST M I N S T E R WASH I N G T O N LINDELL DELM A R MARYLAND MCPH E R S O N WEST M I N S T E R MARYLAND §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11137 Wastewater 15 $7,500,000 St. Louis City Bissell Western Mill Creek Capital 165Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARYREHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REHABILITATE 37,000 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWERAND REHABILITATE 95 MANHOLES. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALCONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATION IN FY 20. TOTAL CONSTRUCTIONBUDGET IS $30,000,000. §¨¦55 §¨¦270 UNIONMACKENZIEROCKHILL PARDEEMUSICKELMGREGGGR A N T REAVISBARRAC KS WIL L GERMANIA RIVERVALCOURMORGANFORDWACHTELBAY L E S S ZEISSH ALE SEIBERT CCCGREENPARK PARDELLAIO NELACLEDE STATIONCH ESHIRE RIVER DESPERES BAPTIST CHURCHTELFORDMA T T I S ELTONCORDESBLO W ARLEE TULIP LIT TIE GENTRYMATHILDAFAIN IVY SHERMAN JOPLINREAVIS RADIOSHARPP R IV A TE ALICETON MOHEGAN ELIS E NEW HAMPSHIREKAYEDGAR RIPASELMA MUELLERHEI D E L B E R G KITWEBER GRANDCLIFFRUSTYDIERSVAUK LUCIABUXTONLARKFORMAN OUTE RWELLSSUN R A Y ACORNTESCORDGATESBURY SUN S H I N E SEDANALTHEAVASELFLORIJEFFLEIGHCAMINOMAYOLANZINZER HALS EYVIRGOBUF F T O N LINCORDAFFTON JAMIEJAN PECANASHBURY PICKWICKREGINABUCKLEYLAK E S I D E LARKINSIGS B E E HEE G E VIC T O R Y PHILOHEA L Y FATIM A CECI L JOELOLEDELKOERBER SONATAEIFF E L ALL E N WANDARAYPINOAKJUBIL PEARHEEGE GRANT WEBER GRANTLEMAYFERRYRDTESSONFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 10496 Wastewater 15 $15,000,000 Various Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 166Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY(PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS ANDACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSOOUTFALLS REQUIRED. CONSTRUCT A 7.8 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY TOSTORE WET WEATHER SANITARY FLOW TO MITIGATE SURCHARGING.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSOS BP-588 AND BP-599. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 20. TOTAL BUDGET IS $40,000,000. PAR D E E GRA N T ARBAN BR O O K V I E W PRIVATEWH IT E C LIFFPARK LODGE POLELURLINE SILVERCRE ST SI G N A T U R E PRIVATEPRIV A T E PRIVATEWATSON RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12569 Wastewater 15 $20,000,000 Crestwood Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 167Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY(PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS ANDACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSOOUTFALLS REQUIRED. CONSTRUCT A 7.8 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY TOSTORE WET WEATHER SANITARY FLOW TO MITIGATE SURCHARGING.ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSOS BP-588 AND BP-599. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 20. TOTAL BUDGET IS $40,000,000. PAR D E E GRA N T ARBAN BR O O K V I E W PRIVATEWH IT E C LIFFPARK LODGE POLELURLINE SILVERCRE ST SI G N A T U R E PRIVATEPRIV A T E PRIVATEWATSON RD §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12569 Wastewater 11 $700,000 Crestwood Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 168Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HARMANN ESTATES PUMP STATION (P-709)ELIMINATION Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PUMP STATION P-709 HAS DETERIORATED AND REQUIRESREPLACEMENT OR ELIMINATION. ELIMINATE PUMP STATION P-709. §¨¦70§¨¦70 BEAVERTON ARCHERTONBROOKINGTONPAUL M A Y E R BIRMINGTONHARMANNESTATESMARK TWAIN BUDDINGTO N §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12297 Wastewater 15 $1,340,000 Bridgeton Missouri Bonfils Capital 169Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND AVE TO WROSE HILL AVE) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. LEE ROSE HILL GRANDHARRISONCLAYMIDWAY BURLINGTON N O R T H E R N S A N T A F E PROSPECT ASHWOOD MINNIECLAYBINE BO X E L D ERCOLLEGE ROLLINGWOOD MIDWAY HARRISONBURLINGTON N O R T H E R N S A N T A F E §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12298 Wastewater 15 $463,000 Kirkwood Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 170Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2019) Work Order Repair Costs(Capital) 4102 - ImprovementFund FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSEMAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FORCAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. CONSTRUCT NEEDED REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENTPROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENTPLANTS, PUMP STATIONS, AND FORCE MAINS. §¨¦44 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12896 Wastewater 17 $3,000,000 Various Various Various Asset Management 171Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTPTO MARTIGNEY PS) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENTCONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TODAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS. CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL,ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS(P-305) PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$70,000,000. §¨¦255 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦55 KOCHKINSWOOD GREGGREAVIS B A R R ACK SFOR D E R CCCGRANTLIND TELFO R D HOFFM EIS TE R ARLEE SHERMAN MILDGENTRYFAIN IONE PRIVATEJOPLINCLIFFRINGER SHER ID A NPOT T L E ORIE N T RIP A LUNAPOP L A R GARK WILL LARKCLAGEROUTE R VICTORY AVENUE HBOUNDARYHOR N JEFFERSONIAN PAU L E HAL S EYFIRSTPECAN A SHROCK JACI N T O SOUTHSHIRE ARRAS J E FFERSONBLUE RIDGEBANISTERALL E N LI S I E U X KASKEBUNKERBIRCHPR IVATETELEGRAPHR DLEMAYFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11711 Wastewater 15 $20,000,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 172Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTPTO MARTIGNEY PS) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund EXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENTCONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TODAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS. CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL,ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS(P-305) PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FUTURE YEARS. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$70,000,000. §¨¦255 §¨¦55 §¨¦255 §¨¦55 KOCHKINSWOOD GREGGREAVIS B A R R ACK SFOR D E R CCCGRANTLIND TELFO R D HOFFM EIS TE R ARLEE SHERMAN MILDGENTRYFAIN IONE PRIVATEJOPLINCLIFFRINGER SHER ID A NPOT T L E ORIE N T RIP A LUNAPOP L A R GARK WILL LARKCLAGEROUTE R VICTORY AVENUE HBOUNDARYHOR N JEFFERSONIAN PAU L E HAL S EYFIRSTPECAN A SHROCK JACI N T O SOUTHSHIRE ARRAS J E FFERSONBLUE RIDGEBANISTERALL E N LI S I E U X KASKEBUNKERBIRCHPR IVATETELEGRAPHR DLEMAYFERRYRD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11711 Wastewater 11 $485,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Martigney Creek Capital 173Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LAY RD - GALLERIA I/I REDUCTION (CLAYTON RDAND LAY RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 37 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12039. §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦64 LAYCLAYTON MCKNIGHTBRENTWOODEAGER SWANMCCUTCHEON F R A N C I SLOUWEN GODWIN YORKPRICELADUECREST LIN D WORTH WILD ROSE SUSSEXLANGTONTHORNDELL BLACK CREEK HAL I F A X MONM O U T HFA IROAKSN ORTH C OTE B ERKSHIREWR E N W O O D COL M A RTWIN OAKS R ID G ETO P SUDBURY CRICKETSCARSDALE ORIOLEWHITBURNLAYTON PEACOCKFLAMINGO EAG E R§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12327 Wastewater 15 $198,000 Richmond Heights Lemay/RDP Deer Creek Capital 174Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund WATER MAIN BREAKS AND LOSS OF WATER SERVICE DISRUPT FACILITYOPERATIONS. INSTALL SECONDARY WATER SERVICE FROM THE SOUTH, TO PROVIDEA REDUNDANT FEED TO THE FACILITY. PR I V A T E ETTA H O F F M E I S T E R WEI S S UNION PACIFICMANN RUBYHOR N CARTWRIGHT UNION PACIFICUNION PACIFICP R I V A T E UNIONPACIFICUNIONPACIFICPRIVATEP R I V A T E §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12721 Wastewater 15 $470,000 Unincorporated Lemay/RDP Lemay Creek Capital 175Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGEFACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) Engineering DuringConstruction Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. CONSTRUCT A 28-FOOT DIAMETER UNDERGROUND COMBINED SEWERSTORAGE FACILITY 3,000 FEET IN LENGTH, A 12.5 MGD PUMP STATION,AND ASSOCIATED COLLECTOR SEWERS. SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING FOR A PROJECTED FIVE YEARCONSTRUCTION PROJECT. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$86,200,000.HALLELIAS FONTAINE MELVINNEWBYHARLAN MARIAS JORDANWALDORFLEBON ORAN GUSTAVDONNELL LOWELLNASSAU CHAINOFROCKS JENNINGSSTATION RAFORD G A S T JACKSON TROY FILIBERTDUENKE RIVERRUNRIVER TRAIL P O R T L A N D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11656 Wastewater 11 $485,000 St. Louis City Bissell Maline Creek EXPENSE TYPE: Capital 176Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGEFACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. CONSTRUCT A 28-FOOT DIAMETER UNDERGROUND COMBINED SEWERSTORAGE FACILITY 3,000 FEET IN LENGTH, A 12.5 MGD PUMP STATION,AND ASSOCIATED COLLECTOR SEWERS. SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING FOR A PROJECTED FIVE YEARCONSTRUCTION PROJECT. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS$86,200,000.HALLELIAS FONTAINE MELVINNEWBYHARLAN MARIAS JORDANWALDORFLEBON ORAN GUSTAVDONNELL LOWELLNASSAU CHAINOFROCKS JENNINGSSTATION RAFORD G A S T JACKSON TROY FILIBERTDUENKE RIVERRUNRIVER TRAIL P O R T L A N D §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11656 Wastewater 15 $9,000,000 St. Louis City Bissell Maline Creek EXPENSE TYPE: Capital 177Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONSREHABILITATION Design Services 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS $5,000,000. §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12483 Wastewater 11 $1,000,000 St. Louis City Various Various Capital 178Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONSREHABILITATION Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL CONSTRUCTION BUDGET IS $5,000,000. §¨¦44 §¨¦70 §¨¦55 §¨¦64 §¨¦170 §¨¦70 §¨¦170 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12483 Wastewater 15 $3,000,000 St. Louis City Various Various Capital 179Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: OAKLAND COMBINED SEWER DETENTION ANDSTORAGE (CLAYTON AVE AND OAKLAND AVE) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund Description of Problem/Issue IMPERVIOUS AREA CONTRIBUTING TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS AND BUILDING BACKUPS. DETENTION AND STORAGE IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE INCONJUNCTION WITH REDEVELOPMENT OF THE FOREST PARK HOSPITALGROUNDS. NEEDED DETENTION AND STORAGE IMPROVEMENTS TO BECONSTRUCTED BY THE ST. LOUIS ZOO AND REIMBURSED BY THEDISTRICT. §¨¦64§¨¦64 TAMMCLAYTON OAKLAND BERTHOLD VICTORIA WISE OAKVIEWCRESCENTGRAHAM HALFWEST PARK RAMP I64VICTORIAGRAHAM §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12460 Wastewater 15 $1,000,000 St. Louis City Lemay/RDP Oakland Capital 180Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: OLIVE / WASHINGTON - GRAND TO VANDEVENTERCOMBINED SEWER RELIEF Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AT COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES DUE TOOVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 3,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER. OLIVE LINDELL SPRINGWASH I N G T O N DELM A R WEST M I N S T E RVANDEVENTER FRAN K L I N GRAN D E L S Q U A R E MCP H E R S O N §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12702 Wastewater 15 $1,200,000 St. Louis City Bissell Western Mill Creek Capital 181Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: RIVERSIDE AND YARNELL SANITARY RELIEFREPLACEMENT Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund PREVIOUS CONSTRUCTION RESULTED IN DROPPED JOINTS, EXPOSEDGASKETS, AND FRACTURED RCP. REPLACE SANITARY RCP REACHES BASED ON CCTV ANALYSIS.GRAVOISLARKIN WILLIAMS WATSONMAI N GREEN ACRES PRIVATE DART WAT E R NEWSMIZERMILL FABICK OLDSMIZERMILL FURY ROCK ALVAPEFFER OP P SYARNELLSOUTHVALIANTRIVERSIDEFORESTKNOLLSENNAWOODSWEANEY R I V E RHILLS CHRYSLER OLDGRAVOIS HA Y S HILLRAINTREEFR I N G E WEST FR E D E GRAVES U M ME RT OPWOODWAYFE N T O N V I E W S K I N K E R FENTONPARK WA T S O N PRIVATEE MO30 HWYW MO30 HWY §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12840 Wastewater 15 $5,000,000 Fenton Meramec Fenton Creek Capital 182Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: ROBYN I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD ANDROBYN RD) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS ANDOVERCHARGED SEWERS. REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES AT 12 PROPERTIES. PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION INCLUDED IN PROJECT 12051. §¨¦270 §¨¦44 §¨¦270 §¨¦44 ROBYN EDDIE N PARK RAYBURN WATSONGARBER ROTT A RB A N DENNY DEANE MANDAGEYERSAPPIN G TON CRESTOAKBUXTONMONICA REDOAK SAMO A VAUK EMILAPEX R USDO N CINEMA RECO P A RDEE MAEBERN TAHITIPRIVATEEWERSGL E N W O O D LINCOLN LAVANT RICHVIEW LITT I E FLORALEA ORLEANSNE WS A P PI NGTONMARET TRELAN E CIN NABAR L I GGETT MILWAUKEEB R IARSTONEDEVESTEALRIDGESTURDYFOX PARKCRAIGWOOD LODGE B ALI FOX GLENLYNNM ATTHEW SSUNSET WATSONINDUSTRIAL BET H SKY CRESTLARKRIDGEOAKSHIRECOURT SPITZRICHTER DREW TRENTMORE CRAIN PRIVATEWATSON WATSON RD GRAVOIS RDS KIRKWOOD RD§¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 12190 Wastewater 15 $78,000 Various Lemay/RDP Gravois Creek Capital 183Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASEIV SECTION B Construction(SupplementalAppropriation) 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWER,INCLUDING PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLBP-597. THIS PROJECT RECEIVES PARTIAL FUNDING / SUPPLEMENTALAPPROPRIATION IN FY 19. TOTAL BUDGET IS $13,000,000. §¨¦70 HERNH A N L E Y SUBURBA N ENIDKINGSPRINGDALE MABLEHUGO PLAZAHILLMARTINLUTHERKINGDADE EVANS GR O V E COOLIDGE SMITHMUELLEREL S I E OAK ANITABROTHERTONROCKINGHA MWALLINGFORD BRYA N RAMONAL A K E LY O N S SMITH HUGO C O O L I D GEKI N G §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11791 Wastewater 15 $6,000,000 Ferguson Bissell Maline Creek Capital 184Page 2019 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District TASK NO: TASK NAME: BUDGET: FUND: MUNICIPALITY: MAJOR SERVICE AREA: WATERSHED: PROJECT TYPE: EXPENSE TYPE: HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT)(GOODFELLOW TO HAMILTON) Construction 6660 - SanitaryReplacement Fund STREET FLOODING AND BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGEDCOMBINED SEWERS. CONSTRUCT 7,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 48-INCH SEWER, AND 3,000 FEETOF SEWER LINING IN THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS. THIS PROJECT MAY BE BID AND CONSTRUCTED BY THE CORPS OFENGINEERS UNDER A COOPERTIVE AGREEMENT. TERMINA L CLARAST LOUI S TERR Y LOTU S GOODFELLOWHAMILTONMAFFI T T BURDKIENLENGREE R LABA D I E BELTROOS E V E L T WAB A D A HIGH L A N D KENN E R L Y COT E B R I L L I A N T E THE O D O S I AHODIAMONT SEL BER ASHL A N DHERBERTDARVERIDAD A L E JAMES A HARVEYELMB A N K GREE R MAFFI T T TERR Y WAB A D A LOTU S HIGH L A N D KENN E R L Y §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 55 §¨¦ 64 §¨¦ 70 §¨¦270 §¨¦170 §¨¦255§¨¦ 44 §¨¦ 70 PROJECT NO: 11769 Wastewater 15 $4,430,000 St. Louis City Bissell Harlem Capital Page 184A 2019 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 1 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 1101 - GENERAL FUND 11144 Professional Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $650,000 11999 Vendor Services CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017) Various $2,500,000 12720 Vendor Services CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2017) Various $1,500,000 11146 Construction CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE Various $5,000,000 12759 Vendor Services FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017) Various $2,500,000 12382 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT A Various $60,000 12383 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT B Various $60,000 12384 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT C Various $60,000 12385 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT D Various $60,000 12008 Work Order Repair Costs (Non-Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) Various $2,500,000 11145 Professional Services LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $650,000 11109 Professional Services LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $500,000 12005 Vendor Services RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)Various $140,000 11153 Professional Services RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $750,000 10766 Vendor Services STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) St. Louis City And County $605,000 12003 Vendor Services STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017) Various $270,000 FUND TOTAL: $17,805,000 4102 - IMPROVEMENT FUND 12893 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2018) Various $3,000,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 2 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE FUND TOTAL: $3,000,000 5566 - DEER CREEK OMCI FUND 11884 Construction, Phase III CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561) Various $470,000 12471 Construction DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Various $30,000 12177 Construction GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION Glendale $1,032,000 11680 Construction, Phase II ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION Clayton $700,000 FUND TOTAL: $2,232,000 5591 - MERAMEC RIVER BASIN SUBD #449 OMCI FUND 12833 Construction FENTON WWTF HEADWORKS GATE IMPROVEMENTS Fenton $300,000 12832 Construction FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS Fenton $1,370,000 12830 Construction GRAND GLAIZE WWTF FLOOD PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTS Valley Park $200,000 12785 Construction LOWER MERAMEC PUMP STATIONS FLOOD MITIGATION Various $277,000 FUND TOTAL: $2,147,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND 12078 Construction APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE) Bella Villa $930,000 12092 Design Services BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR) Bellefontaine Neighbors $322,000 12029 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A Various $81,000 12026 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT C Various $88,000 11144 Professional Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $1,150,000 12691 Professional Services BISSELL POINT WWTF REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) St. Louis City $2,450,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 3 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11847 Design Services BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERS Ladue $890,000 12098 Construction BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429) REPLACEMENT Sunset Hills $500,000 12858 Construction BRANCH FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATION REHABILITATION St. Louis City $500,000 12099 Construction BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773) REPLACEMENT Wildwood $500,000 12100 Design Services BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD) Brentwood $260,000 12104 Design Services BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR) Unincorporated $480,000 12111 Design Services CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR) Crestwood $260,000 12112 Design Services CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE) Bel-Ridge $300,000 11790 Construction CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) Maryland Heights $6,600,000 12892 Construction CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (WATERWORKS ROAD TO RIVER VALLEY) Maryland Heights $3,500,000 11788 Construction CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B FORCEMAIN Chesterfield $6,000,000 11884 Construction, Phase III CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561) Various $340,000 12794 Construction CITY LAKES STORAGE MODIFICATIONS FOR CSO CONTROL St. Louis City $625,000 12693 Professional Services CITYSHED MITIGATION PROGRAM DESIGN (CONTRACT A) St. Louis City $3,483,000 12504 Construction COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENT Unincorporated $5,500,000 12882 Construction COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P- 180) FORCE MAIN REPLACEMENT Unincorporated $2,090,000 12127 Construction COLLINGWOOD DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWER Olivette $1,100,000 12128 Construction CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD) St. Louis County $215,000 11152 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES Various $3,500,000 11826 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS Various $7,500,000 11151 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES Various $7,360,000 12131 Design Services CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) Town And Country $457,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 4 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12138 Design Services CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD) Brentwood $175,000 10851 Construction CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161) Various $5,370,000 11155 Construction, Phase II DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) Unincorporated $3,800,000 12144 Design Services DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION University City $230,000 10021 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE I Brentwood $4,000,000 12471 Construction DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Various $17,000,000 12471 Engineering During Construction Services DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Various $300,000 11997 Construction DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD) Ladue $600,000 12039 Construction DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A Various $6,500,000 12042 Design Services DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A Various $70,000 11731 Engineering During Construction Services DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) Various $1,000,000 11731 Construction DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) Various $50,000,000 12514 Property Rights Acquisition EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2018) Various $2,100,000 12160 Design Services EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD) Various $65,000 12841 Land Purchase ENGELHOLM RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ENGELHOLM AVENUE AND ST. CHARLES ROCK ROAD) Pagedale $2,000,000 12164 Design Services ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR) Kirkwood $55,000 12457 Construction FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774) REPLACEMENT Chesterfield $550,000 11996 Construction FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD) Des Peres $250,000 12832 Construction FENTON WWTF LEVEE IMPROVEMENTS Fenton $1,530,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 5 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11737 Design Services FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) Various $800,000 10012 Design Services FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) Unincorporated $600,000 10601 Construction FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF Maryland Heights $12,300,000 10018 Construction FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR) Maryland Heights $6,590,000 11752 General Services - Construction Inspection GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016) Various $250,000 12396 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT A Various $400,000 12894 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT B Various $400,000 12388 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT A Various $50,000 12389 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT B Various $50,000 12390 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT C Various $50,000 12408 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT A Various $50,000 12409 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT B Various $50,000 12410 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT C Various $50,000 12411 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT D Various $50,000 12412 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT E Various $50,000 12177 Construction GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTION Glendale $2,305,000 12269 Design Services GOLFWOOD REHABILITATION (RIES RD AND BIG BEND RD) Ballwin $20,000 12495 Construction GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRS Valley Park $3,321,000 10496 Design Services GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) Various $50,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 6 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12510 Design Services GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) Unincorporated $65,000 11770 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK) St. Louis City $6,500,000 12846 Design Services HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) ELIMINATION Unincorporated $160,000 12304 Construction HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270) Unincorporated $705,000 11994 Construction HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYCK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD) Ladue $550,000 12014 Construction INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT A St. Louis City And County $2,500,000 12015 Construction INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT B St. Louis City And County $2,500,000 12008 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018) Various $6,000,000 12635 Construction JAGUAR TO CAROLINE LOW PRESSURE SEWER SYSTEM (LPSS) Maplewood $650,000 11711 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated $26,100,000 11711 Engineering During Construction Services JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated $410,000 12317 Construction KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD) Various $1,361,000 11995 Construction KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD) Kirkwood $400,000 12320 Construction LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733) REPLACEMENT Chesterfield $650,000 12051 Construction LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT A Various $1,835,000 12488 Engineering During Construction Services LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTS St. Louis City $260,000 11145 Professional Services LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $390,000 12721 Design Services LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE Unincorporated $155,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 7 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12545 Construction LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE I Unincorporated $480,000 12329 Design Services LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07) Olivette $820,000 11820 Miscellaneous Services LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) St. Louis City $520,000 11109 Professional Services LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $320,000 11746 Property Rights Acquisition LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL Various $1,000,000 11746 Design Services LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL Various $1,800,000 12499 Design Services LOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated $500,000 12511 Design Services MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) Shrewsbury $70,000 11656 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City $29,000,000 11656 Engineering During Construction Services MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City $470,000 12342 Design Services MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE) Brentwood $420,000 12348 Design Services MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) Kirkwood $40,000 10869 Design Services MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWER Unincorporated $310,000 12483 Construction MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION St. Louis City $2,000,000 12708 Construction MISSOURI RIVER WWTF FERRIC CHLORIDE STORAGE AND FEED FACILITY Maryland Heights $1,000,000 12502 Construction MISSOURI RIVER WWTF POWER FEEDER REPLACEMENT Maryland Heights $750,000 12536 Construction NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City $1,630,000 10715 Design Services NEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION (P-323) IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated $500,000 10716 Design Services NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated $400,000 12799 Land Purchase ODELL 6942 - 44 FLOOD MITIGATION St. Louis City $200,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 8 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12163 Design Services PARK DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (ENGELHOLM AVENUE) Pagedale $450,000 11698 Construction, Phase II PICKWICK - BERNADINE - BIMINI SANITARY RELIEF Unincorporated $441,000 11877 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM Various $500,000 11094 Construction, Phase II PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSION Various $1,000,000 12697 Professional Services PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) Various $575,000 12441 Land Purchase RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL Various $3,000,000 12441 Design Services RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL Various $3,800,000 12530 Design Services ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE) Unincorporated $59,000 11680 Construction, Phase II ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION Clayton $517,000 12193 Construction ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739) REPLACEMENT Maryland Heights $550,000 11667 Construction, Phase II STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVAL Unincorporated $400,000 12218 Design Services STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) Frontenac $90,000 12835 Construction SULPHUR YARD - VACTOR TRUCK DISPOSAL BUILDING St. Louis City $750,000 12228 Design Services TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) Unincorporated $110,000 12229 Design Services THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) Ferguson $50,000 12230 Design Services TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD) Ladue $320,000 12238 Design Services TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN) Ballwin $129,000 12240 Construction UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) Unincorporated $260,000 11991 Construction UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR) Various $3,400,000 11671 Construction, Phase II UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01, WC-02, & WC-03) Various $1,880,000 11992 Land Purchase UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) University City $3,700,000 12244 Design Services UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD) Ladue $175,000 APPENDIX 24 April 2017 Page 9 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11791 Engineering During Construction Services UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B Ferguson $200,000 11791 Construction UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B Ferguson $7,000,000 12440 Pre-Design Services UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNEL University City $700,000 12273 Design Services WAYFARER EAST I/I REDUCTION (HANNA RD AND BIG BEND WOODS DR) Manchester $20,000 11212 Design Services WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATION Brentwood $500,000 12309 Design Services YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141) Unincorporated $25,000 FUND TOTAL: $304,034,000 GRAND TOTAL:$329,218,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 1101 - GENERAL FUND 11144 Professional Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $650,000 11999 Vendor Services CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017) Various $2,500,000 12720 Vendor Services CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2017) Various $1,400,000 11146 Construction CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE Various $5,000,000 12759 Vendor Services FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017) Various $2,500,000 12382 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT A Various $60,000 12383 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT B Various $60,000 12384 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT C Various $60,000 12385 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT D Various $60,000 12009 Work Order Repair Costs (Non-Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2019) Various $2,500,000 11145 Professional Services LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $650,000 11109 Professional Services LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $365,000 12005 Vendor Services RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)Various $145,000 11153 Professional Services RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $600,000 10766 Vendor Services STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) St. Louis City And County $615,000 12003 Vendor Services STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017) Various $280,000 FUND TOTAL: $17,445,000 4102 - IMPROVEMENT FUND 12896 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2019) Various $3,000,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 2 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE FUND TOTAL: $3,000,000 5566 - DEER CREEK OMCI FUND 11678 Construction, Phase III WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IV Webster Groves $100,000 FUND TOTAL: $100,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND 12073 Construction ADAMS I/I REDUCTION (SOUTHEAST OF I- 270 AND DOUGHERTY FERRY RD) Kirkwood $570,000 12075 Construction AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER, HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, AND HAMBURG) Unincorporated $510,000 11862 Design Services ASHLAND AVENUE - CLARA TO BELT COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City $500,000 11863 Design Services ASHLAND AVENUE - SEMPLE TO UNION COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City $500,000 12478 Construction BISCHOFF - EDWARDS TO MARCONI COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City $1,500,000 12029 Construction BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A Various $8,671,000 12027 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT B Various $83,000 12026 Construction BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT C Various $6,195,000 12033 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT A Various $55,000 12030 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT B Various $204,000 12095 Design Services BISSELL HILLS SANITARY REHAB PHASE III (SERVICE LATERAL CONNECTIONS) (CHAMBERS RD AND COBURG LANDS DR) Bellefontaine Neighbors $200,000 12096 Design Services BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF (ST CYR RD TO LEETON AVE) Bellefontaine Neighbors $280,000 12494 Construction BISSELL POINT WWTF MAIN SUBSTATION SWITCHGEAR REPLACEMENT St. Louis City $2,750,000 12828 Construction BISSELL POINT WWTF REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEM St. Louis City $3,000,000 12248 Design Services CAULKS CREEK A PUMP STATION (P-750) REPLACEMENT Chesterfield $3,770,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 3 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11790 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) Maryland Heights $8,400,000 11789 Construction CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION Chesterfield $9,000,000 12836 Construction CLARA 523 COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT St. Louis City $80,000 11724 Design Services COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D - SECTION B REHABILITATION Unincorporated $500,000 12125 Construction COLDWATER SOUTHWEST SUBWATERSHED I/I REDUCTION (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD AND ASHBY RD) Various $3,105,000 12126 Construction COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P- 180) STORAGE Unincorporated $1,670,000 11152 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES Various $5,000,000 11826 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS Various $7,500,000 11151 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES Various $7,300,000 12629 Design Services CREVE COEUR CREEK (L-52) FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION (P-718 TO MO RIVER WWTF) Maryland Heights $500,000 11729 Construction CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY TRUNK SEWER RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-021) Chesterfield $9,470,000 12142 Design Services DACEY BRANCH SANITARY RELIEF (BELLA CLARE DR TO PRIOR DR) Unincorporated $410,000 11155 Construction, Phase II (Supplemental Appropriation) DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551) Unincorporated $3,100,000 12471 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE II Various $16,100,000 12472 Engineering During Construction Services DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III AND PHASE IV Various $1,000,000 12472 Construction DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III AND PHASE IV Various $10,000,000 12042 Construction DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT A Various $5,745,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 4 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11731 Engineering During Construction Services DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) Various $1,000,000 11731 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) Various $50,000,000 12615 Engineering During Construction Services DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION Various $1,000,000 12615 Construction DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION Various $15,000,000 11136 Construction DEGIVERVILLE COMBINED SEWER RELOCATION St. Louis City $3,000,000 12152 Design Services E. WATSON SANITARY RELIEF (RUDSON LN TO RICHVIEW DR) Crestwood $210,000 12154 Construction EARTH CITY LAKE FRONT NORTH PUMP STATION (P-711) REPLACEMENT Unincorporated $500,000 12155 Construction EARTH CITY SHORELINE PUMP STATION (P- 704) REPLACEMENT Unincorporated $500,000 12515 Property Rights Acquisition EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2019) Various $1,000,000 12158 Design Services ED LOU LANE I/I REDUCTION (BROOKTON WAY AND GREENTON WAY) Unincorporated $20,000 11786 Design Services ESSEX PLACE COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City $500,000 11737 Construction FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) Various $10,000,000 10601 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF Maryland Heights $12,200,000 12179 Design Services FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (N. LINDBERGH BLVD TO MANRESA LN) Florissant $315,000 12180 Construction FORDER SANITARY INTERCONNECTION (FORDER RD TO RINGER RD) Unincorporated $237,000 12186 Construction FRONTENAC, WINDING RIDGE, DEER CREEK HILL I/I REDUCTION (S QUAD I-64 AND CLAYTON RD) Ladue $190,000 11137 Construction GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS St. Louis City $7,500,000 12386 General Services - Construction Inspection GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2019) Various $250,000 12396 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT A Various $400,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 5 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12894 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT B Various $400,000 12388 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT A Various $50,000 12389 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT B Various $50,000 12390 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2018) CONTRACT C Various $50,000 12398 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER AND CHANNEL DESIGN (2019) CONTRACT A Various $150,000 12408 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT A Various $50,000 12409 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT B Various $50,000 12410 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT C Various $50,000 12411 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT D Various $50,000 12412 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT E Various $50,000 10496 Construction GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) Various $15,000,000 11766 Construction GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELOCATION PHASE VI (BUCKLEY RD TO UNION RD) Unincorporated $3,720,000 12569 Construction GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood $20,000,000 12569 Engineering During Construction Services GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood $700,000 12372 Construction GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) Unincorporated $231,000 12510 Construction GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) Unincorporated $5,340,000 11769 Construction HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (GOODFELLOW TO HAMILTON) St. Louis City $4,430,000 11797 Design Services HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - DARVER TO 69TH STREET TRUNK SEWER Various $670,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 6 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11800 Construction HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - TRUNK SEWER REHABILITATION Various $6,500,000 12695 Professional Services HARLEM BADEN RELIEF SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) St. Louis City $50,000 12297 Construction HARMANN ESTATES PUMP STATION (P-709) ELIMINATION Bridgeton $1,340,000 12298 Construction HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND AVE TO W ROSE HILL AVE) Kirkwood $463,000 10863 Construction HERMITAGE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-615) Frontenac $2,065,000 12017 Construction INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2019) CONTRACT A St. Louis City And County $2,500,000 12018 Construction INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2019) CONTRACT B St. Louis City And County $2,500,000 12009 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2019) Various $6,000,000 11711 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated $20,000,000 11711 Engineering During Construction Services JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated $485,000 11142 Construction JENNINGS STATION ROAD / NORTH BADEN BASIN St. Louis City $1,900,000 12323 Design Services LAKE FOREST DR SEWER SEPARATION Richmond Heights $497,000 12325 Design Services LANG ROYCE SANITARY RELIEF (FARGO DR TO FLORIDALE CT) Dellwood $80,000 12327 Construction LAY RD - GALLERIA I/I REDUCTION (CLAYTON RD AND LAY RD) Richmond Heights $198,000 12038 Construction LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT D Various $4,020,000 12057 Design Services LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT A Various $155,000 12054 Design Services LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT B Various $77,000 11145 Professional Services LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $160,000 12721 Construction LEMAY WWTF REDUNDANT WATER SERVICE Unincorporated $470,000 11820 Miscellaneous Services LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) St. Louis City $365,000 12479 Construction LOWELL STREET - GIMBLIN TO DODDRIDGE COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT St. Louis City $525,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 7 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11109 Professional Services LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $320,000 12499 Construction LOWER MERAMEC WWTF CORROSION AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated $2,500,000 12255 Design Services LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II Unincorporated $2,000,000 12511 Construction MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) Shrewsbury $6,840,000 11656 Engineering During Construction Services MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City $485,000 11656 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City $9,000,000 12341 Design Services MARIETTA SANITARY RELIEF (CIRCLE DR TO FLORISSANT RD) Normandy $80,000 12349 Design Services MEAD SANITARY RELIEF (LANDWEHR LN TO HEMLOCK DR) Bellefontaine Neighbors $91,000 12483 Design Services MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION St. Louis City $1,000,000 12483 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION St. Louis City $3,000,000 12362 Construction NORTH FOREST AND BROOKSIDE I/I REDUCTION (SUMMIT AVE AND MARSHALL AVE) Webster Groves $333,000 12363 Construction NORTH WEBSTER CC, POCAHONTAS, SOUTH BRENTWOOD I/I REDUCTION (S BRENTWOOD BLVD AND MANCHESTER) Brentwood $691,000 12460 Construction OAKLAND COMBINED SEWER DETENTION AND STORAGE (CLAYTON AVE AND OAKLAND AVE) St. Louis City $1,000,000 12702 Construction OLIVE / WASHINGTON - GRAND TO VANDEVENTER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF St. Louis City $1,200,000 11701 Construction, Phase II PUMP STATION REPLACEMENT PROJECTS (PHASE I) Various $1,300,000 12441 Design Services RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL Various $4,000,000 12840 Construction RIVERSIDE AND YARNELL SANITARY RELIEF REPLACEMENT Fenton $5,000,000 12190 Construction ROBYN I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND ROBYN RD) Various $78,000 12201 Design Services SHREWSBURY SANITARY RELIEF SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION (WEIL AVE AND I-44) Shrewsbury $1,300,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 8 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 10756 Design Services SOUTH BROADWAY AT MERAMEC COMBINED SEWER REPLACEMENT St. Louis City $150,000 12208 Design Services SPRING AVE SANITARY RELIEF (YEATMAN AVE TO DALE AVE) Webster Groves $240,000 12213 Design Services ST. JACQUES SANITARY RELIEF (ST. JACQUES ST TO N LAFAYETTE ST) Florissant $130,000 12221 Design Services SUB-TRUNK #2 SANITARY RELIEF (BIRMINGHAM CT TO COVE LN) Unincorporated $260,000 11669 Design Services SUB-TRUNK #3 SANITARY RELIEF (MURIEL DR TO JENNER LN) Unincorporated $457,000 12223 Construction SUGAR CREEK I/I REDUCTION (W ADAMS AVE AND COUCH AVE) Kirkwood $590,000 12235 Construction TOWNE SOUTH AND BRUNSTON I/I REDUCTION (AMBS RD AND TOWNE CENTRE DR) Unincorporated $60,000 12239 Design Services TULANE-WILBUR OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEF SEWER (WEBER RD TO HILDESHEIM AVE) Unincorporated $680,000 11984 Construction UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (UR-08 AND UR-09) Various $5,506,000 11791 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B Ferguson $6,000,000 12440 Pre-Design Services UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNEL University City $4,000,000 12253 Construction VALCOUR AND BURLINGTON RR SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (VALCOUR RD AND WATSON RD) Unincorporated $3,000,000 12490 Design Services VANCE RD PUMP STATION (P-472) UPGRADES Valley Park $1,000,000 12491 Construction WATKINS CREEK PUMP STATION (P-101) UPGRADES Unincorporated $2,300,000 12271 Design Services WATKINS-SPANISH SANITARY RELIEF (MALAGA ST TO TRAMPE AVE) Unincorporated $290,000 11677 Construction WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE III Webster Groves $1,000,000 11678 Construction, Phase III WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IV Webster Groves $1,803,000 11679 Design Services WEST LOCKWOOD SANITARY RELIEF Webster Groves $250,000 12278 Construction WESTBOROUGH - LUTHER - MERMOD PLACE I/I REDUCTION (N KIRKWOOD RD TO I-44 AND BERRY RD) Kirkwood $220,000 12296 Construction WOODS MILL SANITARY RELIEF (I-64 TO BROOK MILL LN) Town And Country $1,415,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 9 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY19 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE FUND TOTAL: $392,450,000 GRAND TOTAL:$412,995,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 1101 - GENERAL FUND 11144 Professional Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $650,000 12000 Vendor Services CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020) Various $2,500,000 11146 Construction CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE Various $5,000,000 12759 Vendor Services FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017) Various $2,500,000 12382 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT A Various $60,000 12383 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT B Various $60,000 12384 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT C Various $60,000 12385 Appraisal Services GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT D Various $60,000 12010 Work Order Repair Costs (Non-Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2020) Various $1,500,000 11145 Professional Services LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $650,000 11109 Professional Services LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $375,000 12006 Vendor Services RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2020)Various $150,000 11153 Professional Services RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $800,000 10766 Vendor Services STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) St. Louis City And County $625,000 12004 Vendor Services STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2020) Various $300,000 FUND TOTAL: $15,290,000 4102 - IMPROVEMENT FUND 12897 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2020) Various $3,000,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 2 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE FUND TOTAL: $3,000,000 6660 - SANITARY REPLACEMENT FUND 11993 Construction 82ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09) University City $4,000,000 12847 Construction BADEN CITYSHED MITIGATION BASINS (CALVARY, FREDERIK, PARTRIDGE AND TILLIE) St. Louis City $10,000,000 12092 Construction BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR) Bellefontaine Neighbors $2,465,000 12027 Construction BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT B Various $7,869,000 12033 Construction BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT A Various $1,815,000 12030 Construction BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT B Various $6,826,000 12508 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT A Various $190,000 12509 Design Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT B Various $340,000 11144 Professional Services BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $1,040,000 12492 Construction BISSELL POINT WWTF BELT FILTER PRESS CONVEYOR REPLACEMENT St. Louis City $3,400,000 12493 Construction BISSELL POINT WWTF SOUTH ASH LAGOON FLOOR REPLACEMENT St. Louis City $3,200,000 12100 Construction BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD) Brentwood $493,000 12103 Design Services BRINWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (SHARON DR TO CORTEZ DR AND SHACKELFORD RD TO DANNELLE DR) Florissant $500,000 12104 Construction BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR) Unincorporated $3,821,000 12110 Design Services CANTERBURY DRIVE LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (NELSON DR TO CANTERBURY DR) Northwoods $370,000 12111 Construction CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR) Crestwood $1,463,000 12112 Construction CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE) Bel-Ridge $1,000,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 3 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11789 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION Chesterfield $8,000,000 11917 Construction CELLA - ROLLING ROCK - GLEN CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION Ladue $2,170,000 12851 Design Services CHATHAM MANOR PUMP STATION (P-520) ELIMINATION Unincorporated $250,000 12121 Design Services CHRISTOPHER DR I/I REDUCTION (ENGLAND TOWN RD TO BECKER RD) Unincorporated $20,000 11152 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES Various $5,000,000 11826 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS Various $7,500,000 11151 Professional Services CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES Various $7,300,000 12131 Construction CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) Town And Country $2,710,000 12432 Construction CREVE COEUR CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION SOUTH Various $5,280,000 12138 Construction CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD) Brentwood $206,000 12139 Design Services CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATION Richmond Heights $2,000,000 12144 Construction DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION University City $1,600,000 12472 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III AND PHASE IV Various $20,000,000 11731 Engineering During Construction Services DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) Various $1,000,000 11731 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) Various $20,000,000 12615 Engineering During Construction Services DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION Various $1,000,000 12615 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION Various $15,000,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 4 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12146 Design Services DENNIS HILLS I/I REDUCTION (MAY VALLEY LN AND GREENMAR DR) Unincorporated $20,000 12148 Design Services DIX SANITARY RELIEF (DIX AVE TO AIRWAY AVE) Breckenridge Hills $290,000 12516 Property Rights Acquisition EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2020) Various $1,000,000 12160 Construction EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD) Various $95,000 12161 Construction ELINOR AVE. TEMPORARY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY Richmond Heights $770,000 12164 Construction ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR) Kirkwood $147,000 12376 Design Services EVA WABASH I/I REDUCTION (I-170 AND FROST AVE) Various $2,000,000 12166 Design Services FENTON CREEK PUMP STATION (P-425) ELIMINATION Unincorporated $200,000 12173 Design Services FISHPOT TRUNK WEST I/I REDUCTION (SMITH DR AND VLASIS DR) Ballwin $110,000 12843 Pre-Design Services FOREST VIEW SANITARY TRUNK SEWER Sunset Hills $250,000 12183 Design Services FOX CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HOLLOWAY RD TO CLAYMONT DR) Ballwin $270,000 12184 Design Services FRANCES I/I REDUCTION (NORTHEAST OF I- 270 AND DOUGHERTY FERRY RD) Kirkwood $30,000 12845 Design Services FRIENDSHIP VILLAGE PUMP STATION (P- 516) ELIMINATION Sunset Hills $350,000 11137 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS St. Louis City $7,000,000 12386 General Services - Construction Inspection GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2019) Various $250,000 12397 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2020) Various $300,000 12391 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2020) CONTRACT A Various $50,000 12392 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2020) CONTRACT B Various $50,000 12393 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2020) CONTRACT C Various $50,000 12398 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER AND CHANNEL DESIGN (2019) CONTRACT A Various $150,000 12413 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT A Various $50,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 5 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12416 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT B Various $50,000 12417 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT C Various $50,000 12418 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT D Various $50,000 12419 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT E Various $50,000 12175 Construction GEYER SANITARY RELIEF AND WINDSOR SPRINGS P-521 STORAGE (BIG BEND BLVD TO WINDSOR SPRINGS DR) Kirkwood $2,680,000 12272 Design Services GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (BALLWIN GOLF CLUB TO CLAYMONT COVE CT) Ballwin $140,000 12844 Design Services GRAND MARINER PUMP STATION (P-446) ELIMINATION Sunset Hills $65,000 10496 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY REHABILITATION (FANNIE AVE TO PARDEE LANE) Various $15,000,000 12569 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood $20,000,000 12569 Engineering During Construction Services GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD) Crestwood $500,000 11798 Design Services HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HODIAMONT TO CHERRY TRUNK SEWER B Various $800,000 12301 Design Services HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) FORCEMAIN REPLACEMENT Unincorporated $130,000 12311 Design Services HUNTERS FIELD I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD TO MANCHESTER RD NEAR I-270) Des Peres $150,000 12020 Construction INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2020) CONTRACT A St. Louis City And County $2,500,000 12021 Construction INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2020) CONTRACT B St. Louis City And County $2,500,000 12010 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2020) Various $5,500,000 11711 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS) Unincorporated $5,000,000 11957 Construction JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERS Various $1,825,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 6 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11957 Engineering During Construction Services JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERS Various $40,000 12319 Design Services LADUE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO S LADUE ESTATES DR) Westwood $60,000 12322 Design Services LAFAYETTE SANITARY RELIEF (STRECKER RD TO DURANGO PASS CT) Wildwood $516,000 11817 Construction LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN Unincorporated $12,170,000 11817 Engineering During Construction Services LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN Unincorporated $190,000 12057 Construction LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT A Various $5,050,000 12054 Construction LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT B Various $2,579,000 12059 Design Services LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT A Various $230,000 12328 Design Services LINDBERGH PARK COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BREDELL AVE TO PRINCETON PL) Maplewood $650,000 11820 Engineering During Construction Services LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) St. Louis City $1,215,000 11820 Miscellaneous Services LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) St. Louis City $310,000 11820 Construction LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) St. Louis City $66,755,000 12333 Design Services LOHMEYER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BENTLEY DR TO BREDELL AVE) Maplewood $170,000 12489 Design Services LOUISA AND ARSENAL PUMP STATIONS (P- 112 AND P-113) UPGRADES St. Louis City $1,000,000 11109 Professional Services LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) Various $320,000 12255 Design Services LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II Unincorporated $3,000,000 12336 Construction MACKENZIE I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) Shrewsbury $441,000 11656 Engineering During Construction Services MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City $500,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 7 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 11656 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) St. Louis City $8,200,000 12339 Design Services MANCHESTER RD AND S BIG BEND BLVD COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (HAMPTON CREEK TO LYNDOVER PL) Maplewood $930,000 12342 Construction MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE) Brentwood $1,935,000 10024 Design Services MC-02 WATSON TO EDGAR RD SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-580A) Various $1,100,000 12348 Construction MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) Kirkwood $29,000 12850 Design Services MERAMEC BLUFFS (RIVER RIDGE P-501, PINE TREE ESTATES P-466, AND SUNSET RIDGE P-504) PUMP STATION ELIMINATIONS Unincorporated $245,000 12352 Design Services MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF (MIDLAND BLVD TO SIMS AVE) Overland $320,000 12484 Construction MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE II St. Louis City $2,600,000 10715 Construction NEW ENGLAND TOWN CLIFF CAVE PUMP STATION (P-323) IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated $4,500,000 10716 Construction NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTS Unincorporated $3,500,000 12364 Design Services OAKWOOD FARMS PUMP STATION (P-470) ELIMINATION Ballwin $60,000 11877 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM Various $500,000 12698 Professional Services PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT B) Various $50,000 12441 Design Services RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNEL Various $4,000,000 12188 Construction RIVERPORT 6 PUMP STATION (P-781) REPLACEMENT Maryland Heights $655,000 12530 Construction ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE) Unincorporated $501,000 12192 Design Services ROSEDALE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (NEWPORT AVE TO ARBOR LN) Webster Groves $30,000 12196 Design Services S GORE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (GRAY AVE TO OAK TERR) Webster Groves $140,000 12200 Design Services SAYLESVILLE SANITARY RELIEF (SAYLESVILLE DR TO S GREENTRAILS DR) Chesterfield $430,000 10161 Design Services SCHUETZ ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (FOREST BROOK LN TO SUNNY WOOD CT) Creve Coeur $70,000 12205 Construction SOUTH COUNTY SANITARY RELIEF (P-419 TO CRIPPLE CREEK DR) Unincorporated $3,845,000 12207 Construction SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 2 PUMP STATION (P- 736) REPLACEMENT Chesterfield $754,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 8 of 9 WASTEWATER PROJECTS - FY20 PROJECT NUMBER TASK DESC PROJECT NAME MUNICIPALITY COST ESTIMATE 12212 Design Services ST. GEORGE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DAISY LN TO GRAVOIS RD TO NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE) Unincorporated $560,000 12218 Construction STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) Frontenac $1,252,000 12228 Construction TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) Unincorporated $270,000 12229 Construction THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) Ferguson $62,000 12230 Construction TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD) Ladue $597,000 12232 Design Services TM-03 TWO MILE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE TRUNK TO FIRETHORN DR) Des Peres $30,000 12238 Construction TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN) Ballwin $153,000 11992 Construction UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) University City $20,000,000 12244 Construction UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD) Ladue $375,000 12247 Construction UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION C PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION Berkeley $4,100,000 12249 Design Services UPPER MATTESE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (THEISS RD TO LIBERTY TRAIL RD) St. Louis County $1,433,000 12440 Design Services UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNEL University City $4,000,000 12252 Design Services UR-11 BALSON AVENUE SANITARY RELIEF University City $1,000,000 12507 Design Services VALLEY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND KEHRS MILL RD) Clarkson Valley $110,000 12490 Construction VANCE RD PUMP STATION (P-472) UPGRADES Valley Park $4,000,000 11676 Design Services VILLA COUBLAY SANITARY RELIEF Creve Coeur $80,000 10794 Design Services WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) Brentwood $1,000,000 11212 Construction WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWER SEPARATION Brentwood $2,733,000 12583 Construction WHITE BIRCH PUMP STATION (P-725) REHABILITATION OR ELIMINATION Hazelwood $1,160,000 12289 Design Services WINCHESTER DRIVE LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (ROLAND BLVD TO COLONIAL AVE) Northwoods $140,000 12302 Design Services WW-2 AND WW-3 WARSON WOODS SANITARY RELIEF Warson Woods $760,000 12309 Construction YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141) Unincorporated $32,000 FUND TOTAL: $391,687,000 GRAND TOTAL:$409,977,000 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 9 of 9 APPENDIX 11 April 2017 Page 1 of 1 STORMWATER ENGINEERING PROJECTS - FY18 PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT NAME COST ESTIMATE PAGE 12716 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - WATER QUALITY GENERAL SUPPORT (2017) $100,000 185 TOTAL:$100,000 APPENDIX FISCAL YEAR: Description of Problem/Issue Scope of Project Comments/Remarks Metropolitan St. Louis