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Rate Proposal Sections: Section 1 Abbreviations and Acronyms Section 2 Rate Table & Figure Index Section 3 Executive Summary Section 4 Proposed Wastewater Rates Section 5 Proposed Stormwater Funding Section 6 Customer Impact Section 7 Appendices Section 8 Glossary Section 9 Index Flash Drive – A flash drive accompanies the Rate Proposal to provide easier accessibility to this document. It also contains the District’s Direct Testimony, RFC rate design model used by the District and supplemental exhibits anticipated to be used during the Commission’s review. A summary of each section follows: SECTION 1 – Abbreviations and Acronyms This section contains a list of definitions of the abbreviations and acronyms frequently used in the Rate Proposal. SECTION 2 – Rate Table & Figure Index This section contains a listing of all the numeric tables and graphs. SECTION 3 -- Executive Summary This section provides an overview of the proposed WW rates and SW funding presented in this Rate Proposal. This section also outlines the basic construct and foundational assumptions underlying the District’s rate change request including the impact on its customers. RATE PROPOSAL ORGANIZATION Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL P.O.- 2 SECTION 4 -- Proposed Wastewater Rates This section provides the details of the District’s proposed change in its WW rates. The District proposes the use of a combination of issuing additional revenue bonds and increasing WW user charges to fund its WW operating and maintenance costs (O&M) as well as EPA Consent Decree (CD) requirements. The CD mandates the implementation of a multi-decade Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). The Rate Proposal reflects capital projects and related O&M needed over the next 4 years to comply with the CD. The explanation and basis for the proposed WW funding, its underlying assumptions, resulting rates and impact on MSD customers are contained in this Section. This Section also provides a 100% user charge (PAYGO) scenario as an alternative to incurring additional debt. Additional detail supporting the assumptions used to design the proposed change in WW rates may be found in the Appendices in Section 7. SECTION 5 -- Proposed Stormwater Funding This section provides the details of the District’s proposed plan to fund SW operations within its boundaries. This proposed funding plan replaces the SW impervious based fee structure, as approved by the Rate Commission in calendar year 2011. The SW impervious based fee structure was found by the Missouri Supreme Court to be a tax that required voter approval. MSD proposes the use of a District-wide tax structure to replace the flat rate charge and the multi-layered taxes now assessed on the real estate value of its customers’ property. This proposed funding is designed to cover the cost of SW maintenance services, limited capital projects and associated O&M. This section provides the basis for the District’s SW component of its Rate Proposal, its underlying assumptions, proposed tax structure and impact on MSD customers. Additional details supporting the assumptions can be found in the Appendices in Section 7. SECTION 6 – Customer Impact This section provides information on the impacts of the proposed rate adjustments on typical residential, commercial and industrial customers of the District. This section also discusses implications of the proposed rate adjustments relative to customer impacts within the District. SECTION 7 -- Appendices This section contains 7 appendices providing additional detail underlying the key assumptions used in the District’s rate design. SECTION 8 – Glossary SECTION 9 - Index SECTION 1 – ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Abbreviations and Acronyms- 1 ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS The following is a list of abbreviations and acronyms used through the Rate Proposal. Additional definitions are contained in the Rate Proposal Glossary in Section 8. AWWA American Water Works Association AWWARF American Water Works Association Research Foundation Board Metropolitan Sewer District Board of Trustees BOD Biochemical Oxygen Demand Ccf Hundred (100) cubic feet (about 748 gallons) per day CD Consent Decree CIRP Capital Improvement and Replacement Program City City of St. Louis CMOM Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance COD Chemical Oxygen Demand County St. Louis County CSO Combined Sewer Overflow CIP Capital Work In Progress District Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) EPA Environmental Protection Agency FY Fiscal Year (July 1 – June 30) gpd gallons per day HHS Health and Human Services I/I Infiltration/Inflow mg/l milligrams per liter mgd million gallons per day MDNR Missouri Department of Natural Resources MSD Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (District) SECTION 1 – ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Abbreviations and Acronyms- 2 MWWC Missouri Wastewater Coalition NACWA National Association of Clean Water Agencies NPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System O&M Operation and Maintenance OM&R Operation, Maintenance and Replacement OMCI Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement PAYGO Pay-As-You-Go PFM Public Financial Management, Inc. RFC Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc. SRF State Revolving Loan Fund SSO Sanitary Sewer Overflow SS Suspended Solids SW Stormwater TSS Total Suspended Solids WEF Water Environment Federation WW Wastewater WWTP Wastewater Treatment Plant SECTION 2 – RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Rate Table & Figure Index- 1 RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX The following is a numerical listing of the rate tables and informational figures referenced throughout the table. Rate Tables Page Table Name Table ES-1 ES-4 Wastewater Financial Plan Table ES-2 ES-5 Wastewater User Charges Table ES-3 ES-7 Stormwater Financial Plan Table ES-4 ES-8 Typical Monthly Wastewater Bills Table ES-5 ES-9 Typical Monthly Unmetered Wastewater Bills Table ES-6 ES-9 Stormwater Impacts Table 4-1 4-2 Wastewater Customer Accounts Table 4-2 4-4 Wastewater Customer Accounts Table 4-3 4-7 Wastewater Contributed Volumes Table 4-4 4-9 Wastewater User Charge Revenue Under Approved Rates Table 4-5 4-11 Other Wastewater Operating Revenue Table 4-6 4-14 Historical and Projected Operating Expenses Table 4-7 4-16 Wastewater Capital Improvement and Replacement Prog Table 4-8 4-16 CIRP Financing Plan Table 4-9 4-19 Projected Wastewater Debt Service Requirements Table 4-10 4-22 Wastewater Financial Plan Table 4-11 4-27 Test Year Cost Allocation Results Table 4-12 4-28 Test Year Cost Classification Summary SECTION 2 – RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Rate Table & Figure Index- 2 Rate Tables Page Table Name Table 4-13 4-29 District Cost of Service Summary: Operating v. Capital Table 4-14 4-30 District Cost of Service Summary: Wastewater v. Stormwater Table 4-15 4-32 Wastewater Units of Service Table 4-16 4-33 Development of Wastewater Unit Costs of Service Table 4-17 4-34 Allocation of Wastewater Costs of Service to Customer Classes Table 4-18 4-35 Comparison of Existing Revenue to Wastewater Cost of Service Table 4-19 4-36 Proposed Wastewater User Charges Table 4-20 4-37 CAP Poverty Guidelines Table 4-21 4-40 Comparison of Revenue under Proposed Rates to Cost of Service Table 4-22 4-41 CIRP Financing Plan: No Bonds Alternative Table 4-23 4-42 No Bonds Scenario Financial Plan Table 4-24 4-43 Alternative Wastewater Rates – No Bonds Table 4-25 4-44 Typical Wastewater Bills under No Bonds Alternative Table 5-1 5-2 Existing & Proposed Stormwater Charges Table 5-2 5-5 Stormwater Operating Expenses Table 5-3 5-8 Projected Stormwater Revenue Table 5-4 5-9 Projected Stormwater Other Operating Revenue Table 5-5 5-10 Stormwater Financial Plan Table 6-1 6-2 Existing and Proposed Wastewater & Stormwater Charges Table 6-2 6-3 Typical Wastewater Bills Table 6-3 6-4 Typical Unmetered Wastewater Bills Table 6-4 6-6 Stormwater Impacts SECTION 2 – RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Rate Table & Figure Index- 3 Figures Page Figure Name Figure ES-1 ES-2 Current Stormwater Service Level Map of MSD Figure 4-1 4-3 Wastewater Customer Accounts Metered/Unmetered Figure 4-2 4-6 Wastewater Contributed Volumes Figure 4-3 4-15 Projected CIRP Needs Figure 4-4 4-18 Outstanding & Projected Debt Principal Figure 4-5 4-19 Wastewater Operating Reserve Figure 4-6 4-20 Wastewater Financial Plan Figure 4-7 4-25 Cost of Service Process Diagramed Figure 4-8 4-37 Customer Assistance Program Participants Figure 4-9 4-41 Wastewater Bill Comparison: Bonds v/s No Bonds Figure 5-1 5-3 Current Stormwater Service Level Map Figure 5-2 5-6 Stormwater CIRP Needs Figure 5-3 5-7 Purposed Stormwater Service Level Map Figure 6-1 6-4 NACWA Rate Comparison Figure 6-2 6-5 RFC Bill Comparison -- Residential SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3.1 Existing WW and SW Billing Structures 3.1.1 Wastewater All customers pay a volume charge based on their water usage as provided by their respective water providers. The billing rate structure for customers varies depending on the method used to measure their water usage. Customers fall within two types, metered or unmetered. Single family and multi-family customers may be either metered or unmetered primarily based on where they live in the St. Louis area. For the most part, single family and multi-family customers residing in St. Louis County are metered with usage charged on a per Ccf basis. Single family and multi-family customers in the City of St. Louis are primarily unmetered with water usage charged on a per attribute basis. All non-residential customers are metered and billed monthly. All non-residential customers also pay a tiered compliance charge based on the amount of required environmental monitoring. Some non-residential customers also pay extra-strength charges where applicable. 3.1.2 Stormwater The SW user charge is assessed to all properties in the MSD service area. Single-family and non- residential customers are charged a monthly 24¢ fee. Multi-family accounts are charged 18¢ per unit per month. In addition a property tax is assessed to each taxable property in the MSD service area. The amount of the tax levy ranges from $.0197 to $.1879 per $100 of assessed value depending where the property is located. Figure ES-1 provides a summary of the various taxing districts: those properties in red pay a levy of $.0197 per $100 of assessed value, those in yellow pay levies of $.0682 and $.0197 per $100 of assessed value while those in the green areas pay levies totaling a minimum of $.0879 to a maximum of $.1879 per $100 of assessed value. SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 2 Figure ES-1 – Current Stormwater Service Level Map SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 3 3.2 WW Rate Proposal The District’s proposed WW rates are based on rate design application and analysis conducted by MSD’s rate consultant, RFC in conjunction with District staff. The principal assumptions used in the WW Rate Proposal are as follows: 1. RFC has relied on certain historical, financial and statistical data supplied by District staff. While such data is considered reliable, RFC has not independently verified or audited the detailed accuracy of such data. 2. Billed WW volume will decrease throughout the forecast period, consistent with historic District and industry trends, as analyzed by the Vertex Group and presented in Appendices 7.1.2 and 7.1.3. 3. The District’s WW O&M expense will have inflationary increases over the forecast period as shown in Section 4.5 of this Rate Proposal and discussed in more detail in Appendix 7.1.1. 4. The District’s estimates of content, scheduling and cost of the four-year WW CIRP totaling approximately $1.50 billion for FY17 through FY20 present a reasonable projection of the future construction program. More details about the District’s WW CIRP can be found in Section 4.6 of this Rate Proposal as well as Appendices 7.1.5 and 7.2.2. 5. The CIRP is primarily funded through a combination of WW service charges, WW revenue bonds and miscellaneous other customer fees. MSD's new rate plan, which runs from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2020, includes increases in WW charges, as well as $918.6 million in senior revenue bonds to help fund approximately $1.49 billion in needed improvements over the forecast period. MSD does not anticipate receiving financial support from the federal government for this construction program other than the $100 million in federally- funded and state-administered subordinate series of revenue bonds issued under the Missouri State Revolving Fund (SRF) financing shown in the CIRP financing plan. More details on the CIRP financing plan can be found in Section 4.6.1. 6. A Bond election will be held in calendar year 2016 and the District voters will authorize $900 million of additional WW revenue bonds. 7. If the District does not obtain additional revenue bond authority, the Board will approve the alternative WW rates presented in Table 4-24 of this report. 8. Debt service for the senior revenue bonds and SRF financing proposed to be issued during the study period will be approximately $477.2 million, as estimated. 9. The District will maintain a minimum operating reserve balance at all times that is at least equal to 60 days of operating expenditures. SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 4 Overall the analyses indicate that the District will require increases in revenues averaging 9.8% each year of the Rate Proposal period. The District’s complete financial forecast is presented in Table ES-1 and discussed in Section 4.8 of this Rate Proposal. Table ES-1 – Wastewater Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Wastewater Revenue Subtotal Subtotal 1. User Charge Revenue 280,817,877$ 313,591,980$ 341,628,032$ 376,598,004$ 414,941,775$ 457,442,232$ 1,590,610,042$ 2,185,019,899$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Other Operating Revenue 4,796,155$ 2,201,279$ 2,199,876$ 1,715,172$ 1,243,378$ 730,516$ 5,888,941$ 12,886,374$ 3. Non-Operating Revenue 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 888,000 1,332,000 4. Connection Fee Revenue 683,000 689,830 696,728 703,696 710,733 717,840 2,828,996 4,201,826 5.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 5,701,155$ 3,113,109$ 3,118,604$ 2,640,867$ 2,176,110$ 1,670,356$ 9,605,937$ 18,420,201$ 6.Total: Wastewater Revenue 286,519,032$ 316,705,089$ 344,746,636$ 379,238,871$ 417,117,885$ 459,112,587$ 1,600,215,979$ 2,203,440,100$ % Change 8.0% 10.5% 8.9% 10.0% 10.0% 10.1% Wastewater Expenditures 7. Operating Expenses (169,363,203)$ (178,481,265)$ (176,389,110)$ (180,102,367)$ (186,374,873)$ (193,091,871)$ (735,958,222)$ (1,083,802,690)$ 8.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 117,155,828$ 138,223,824$ 168,357,525$ 199,136,504$ 230,743,012$ 266,020,716$ 864,257,758$ 1,119,637,409$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 9. Existing (39,367,299)$ (44,851,007)$ (46,655,486)$ (46,468,892)$ (46,476,019)$ (46,535,144)$ (186,135,542)$ (270,353,847)$ 10. Proposed - (4,844,021) (15,547,229) (28,325,958) (43,336,844) (61,212,275) (148,422,306) (153,266,327) 11.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (39,367,299)$ (49,695,028)$ (62,202,715)$ (74,794,851)$ (89,812,863)$ (107,747,419)$ (334,557,848)$ (423,620,174)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 12. Existing (25,295,222)$ (27,674,382)$ (27,592,947)$ (27,627,707)$ (27,646,335)$ (27,664,083)$ (110,531,072)$ (163,500,676)$ 13. Proposed (835,678) (3,029,860) (5,345,304) (7,172,641) (8,922,975) (10,691,793) (32,132,712) (35,998,250) 14.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (26,130,899)$ (30,704,242)$ (32,938,251)$ (34,800,348)$ (36,569,310)$ (38,355,876)$ (142,663,785)$ (199,498,926)$ 15.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (65,498,198)$ (80,399,270)$ (95,140,966)$ (109,595,199)$ (126,382,173)$ (146,103,295)$ (477,221,633)$ (623,119,100)$ 16. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (43,771,640)$ (43,884,789)$ (73,958,600)$ (85,033,814)$ (103,114,490)$ (114,196,780)$ (376,303,683)$ (463,960,112)$ 17. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (4,489,587) (6,322,090) (6,034,848) (5,194,950) (5,101,732) (5,281,442) (21,612,972) (32,424,648) 18. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - 19.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (113,759,425)$ (130,606,149)$ (175,134,414)$ (199,823,962)$ (234,598,395)$ (265,581,516)$ (875,138,288)$ (1,119,503,861)$ 20.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (283,122,628)$ (309,087,414)$ (351,523,525)$ (379,926,329)$ (420,973,268)$ (458,673,387)$ (1,611,096,509)$ (2,203,306,551)$ % Change 12.7% 9.2% 13.7% 8.1% 10.8% 9.0% 21.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)3,396,404$ 7,617,675$ (6,776,889)$ (687,458)$ (3,855,383)$ 439,200$ (10,880,530)$ 133,548$ Combined Operating Reserve 22. Beginning Balance (3) 40,619,238$ 44,015,642$ 51,633,317$ 44,856,428$ 44,168,970$ 40,313,587$ 23. Ending Balance (3) 44,015,642 51,633,317 44,856,428 44,168,970 40,313,587 40,752,786 Actual Debt Service 24. Senior Revenue Bonds 38,344,215$ 48,292,590$ 61,058,590$ 73,328,590$ 88,174,340$ 105,720,178$ 25. SRF Loans 24,086,811 28,980,783 32,065,103 33,893,000 35,656,179 37,440,693 26.Total: Debt Service 62,431,026$ 77,273,373$ 93,123,693$ 107,221,590$ 123,830,519$ 143,160,871$ Debt Service Coverage 27. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.06 2.86 2.76 2.72 2.62 2.52 28. Total Debt (5)1.88 1.79 1.81 1.86 1.86 1.86 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 5 RFC performed a detailed cost of service analysis using industry standard principles endorsed by the WEF which allows the District to demonstrate that rates have not been set in an arbitrary manner and one class of customer is not subsidizing another to an unjustifiable extent, or in a manner that is not approved and supported by the District. The District’s existing, approved, and proposed user charges are shown in Table ES-2. Table ES-2 Wastewater User Charges These rates will provide the District with the necessary levels of revenue while recovering the District’s costs in a fair and equitable manner from its customers. Historical Approved Proposed #Type of Charge (a)FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Effective Date 7/1/2012 7/1/2013 7/1/2014 7/1/2015 7/1/2016 7/1/2017 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 3.25 $ 3.45 $ 3.55 $ 3.70 $ 5.47 $ 6.06 $ 6.72 $ 7.45 2. System Availability Charge $ 9.90 $ 11.40 $ 12.70 $ 14.55 $ 14.05 $ 15.57 $ 17.25 $ 19.11 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 13.15 $ 14.85 $ 16.25 $ 18.25 $ 19.52 $ 21.63 $ 23.97 $ 26.56 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (b) 4. Tier 1 $ 23.00 $ 16.00 $ 9.00 $ 2.15 $ 2.86 $ 2.95 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 5. Tier 2 $ 39.80 $ 41.85 $ 43.55 $ 44.50 $ 57.20 $ 58.94 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 6. Tier 3 $ 84.75 $ 89.15 $ 92.75 $ 94.80 $ 125.84 $ 129.67 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 7. Tier 4 $ 124.25 $ 130.70 $ 136.00 $ 139.00 $ 185.90 $ 191.56 $ 197.90 $ 203.49 8. Tier 5 $ 163.75 $ 172.25 $ 179.25 $ 183.15 $ 243.10 $ 250.50 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (c) $ 36.15 $ 30.85 $ 25.25 $ 20.40 $ 22.38 $ 24.58 $ 27.02 $ 29.70 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 2.28 $ 2.50 $ 2.82 $ 3.21 $ 3.60 $ 3.99 $ 4.42 $ 4.90 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 1.48 $ 1.63 $ 1.83 $ 2.09 $ 2.13 $ 2.36 $ 2.62 $ 2.91 12. Per Water Closet $ 5.56 $ 6.10 $ 6.88 $ 7.83 $ 7.94 $ 8.80 $ 9.75 $ 10.80 13. Per Bath $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 7.34 $ 8.13 $ 9.01 14. Per Separate Shower $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 7.34 $ 8.13 $ 9.01 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (b) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 244.03 $ 251.88 $ 262.00 $ 269.97 $ 278.90 $ 286.78 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 632.38 $ 658.00 $ 678.01 $ 700.43 $ 720.20 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 316.19 $ 329.00 $ 339.01 $ 350.22 $ 360.11 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) These rates were judged by courts to be user charges that are not subject to the requirements of the Hancock Amendment. Rates for qualified low-income customers were established at 50% of the general service charge. (b) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (c) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 6 3.3 SW Rate Proposal The District’s proposed SW rates are based on rate design application and analysis conducted by MSD’s rate consultant, RFC, in conjunction with District staff. The principal assumptions used in the SW Rate Proposal are as follows: 1. RFC has relied on certain historical, financial and statistical data supplied by District staff. While such data is considered reliable, RFC has not independently verified or audited the detailed accuracy of such data. 2. Total taxable assessed property value will increase slightly over the forecast period as projected by District staff. 3. The District’s SW O&M expense will have inflationary increases over the forecast period as shown in Section 5.3.1 of this Rate Proposal and discussed in more detail in Appendix 7.1.1. 4. The District’s estimates of content, scheduling and cost of the four-year SW CIRP totaling approximately $70.9 million for FY17 through FY20 present a reasonable projection of the future construction program. More details about the District’s SW CIRP can be found in Section 5.3.3 and Appendix 7.5.2 of this Rate Proposal. The SW CIRP is funded without the use of debt to fund SW capital improvements. The funding approach contained in this Rate Proposal for the District’s SW operations proposes to simplify the funding structure by replacing the patchwork of various tax levies discussed previously in Section 3.1.2 with a uniform levy of the existing $.0197 to recover the cost of providing regulatory compliance services throughout the District’s service area as well as a $.10 levy throughout the District’s service area (except for properties served by a levee district) to provide a more uniform level of service throughout the District. A more detailed discussion of the service levels to be provided by the District under this proposed funding is contained in Appendix 7.5.1. The overall financial plan for the District’s SW operations based on these assumptions and proposed revenues is shown in Table ES-3. SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 7 Table ES-3 – Stormwater Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Stormwater Revenue Subtotal Subtotal Stormwater Tax Revenue Ad Valorem Taxes 1. Regulatory Tax 4,918,216$ 4,942,807$ 4,967,521$ 4,992,359$ 5,017,320$ 5,042,407$ 20,019,607$ 29,880,629$ 2. Stormwater O&M 11,709,375 11,709,375 24,607,840 24,730,879 24,854,534 24,978,806 99,172,059 122,590,808 3. OMCI Districts 8,777,798 8,777,798 - - - - - 17,555,595 4. Stormwater Flat Fee Revenue 1,368,464 1,382,149 - - - - - 2,750,613 5.Subtotal: Tax Revenue 26,773,853$ 26,812,128$ 29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 119,191,665$ 172,777,646$ 6.Subtotal: Stormwater Tax Revenue 26,773,853$ 26,812,128$ 29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 119,191,665$ 172,777,646$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 7. Other Operating Revenue 1,550,493$ 1,744,009$ 1,352,667$ 1,340,895$ 1,265,886$ 1,169,879$ 5,129,326$ 8,423,829$ 8. Non-Operating Revenue 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 122,000 183,000 9. Connection Fee Revenue - - - - - - - - 10.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 1,580,993$ 1,774,509$ 1,383,167$ 1,371,395$ 1,296,386$ 1,200,379$ 5,251,326$ 8,606,829$ 11.Total: Stormwater Revenue 28,354,846$ 28,586,638$ 30,958,528$ 31,094,632$ 31,168,240$ 31,221,592$ 124,442,991$ 181,384,475$ % Change -16.5% 0.8% 8.3% 0.4% 0.2% 0.2% 0.0% 45.8% Stormwater Expenditures Operating Expenses 12. General Fund Operating Expenses (10,712,356)$ (11,523,212)$ (16,215,676)$ (19,134,929)$ (18,111,531)$ (18,724,683)$ (72,186,819)$ (94,422,387)$ 13. Regulatory Expenses (4,302,072) (4,431,134) (4,515,326) (4,601,117) (4,693,139) (4,787,002) (18,596,584) (27,329,790) 14.Subtotal: Operating Expenses (15,014,428)$ (15,954,346)$ (20,731,002)$ (23,736,046)$ (22,804,670)$ (23,511,686)$ (90,783,403)$ (121,752,177)$ 15.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 13,340,417$ 12,632,292$ 10,227,526$ 7,358,587$ 8,363,570$ 7,709,906$ 33,659,588$ 59,632,298$ Non-Operating Expenses 16. Debt Service and Other Indebtedness -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) 0$ 0$ (8,405,411)$ (6,956,151)$ (18,448,795)$ (13,134,502)$ (46,944,859)$ (46,944,859)$ 18. OMCI Capital Projects (9,245,471) (17,444,369) (12,226,829) (9,510,463) (2,139,985) (61,378) (23,938,655) (50,628,495) 19. Non-recurring Projects or Studies - - - - - - - - 20. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - 21.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (9,245,471)$ (17,444,369)$ (20,632,239)$ (16,466,614)$ (20,588,781)$ (13,195,880)$ (70,883,514)$ (97,573,354)$ 22.Total: Stormwater Expenditures (24,259,899)$ (33,398,715)$ (41,363,241)$ (40,202,660)$ (43,393,451)$ (36,707,565)$ (161,666,917)$ (219,325,531)$ % Change 13.3% 37.7% 23.8% -2.8% 7.9% -15.4% 23.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)4,094,947$ (4,812,077)$ (10,404,713)$ (9,108,028)$ (12,225,211)$ (5,485,974)$ (37,223,926)$ (37,941,056)$ Combined Operating Reserve 24. Beginning Balance (3) 20,859,440$ 27,850,916$ 34,330,087$ 35,700,008$ 35,711,202$ 25,301,795$ 25. Ending Balance (3) 27,850,916 34,330,087 35,700,008 35,711,202 25,301,795 19,621,794 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 240 days of operating expenses SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 8 3.4 Total Impact on Customer Bills Table ES-4 presents a comparison of typical WW service bills under existing rates, rates currently approved through FY16, and under the proposed FY17 through FY20 rates, for various billable WW volumes and customer classes. As indicated by this table, the monthly bill for a typical metered single family residential customer contributing 7 Ccf of WW each month to the sewer system is projected to increase $20.14 from FY16 to FY20 (about 10.6% on average in each year from FY17 through FY20). Table ES-4 Typical Monthly Wastewater Bills Billable WW volumes for unmetered customers are derived from volumes associated with certain household attributes. Based on a prior study of unmetered customers, the most common or typical unmetered customer was one with five rooms, one water closet and one bath. The volume associated with a customer with these housing attributes is very close to the billable volume of a typical metered residential customer. Table ES-5 presents sample unmetered bill impacts. The WW bill for a typical unmetered residential customer contributing 7.7 Ccf of WW each month would increase by $17.86 or by 9.1% on average each year from FY17 to FY20. Historical Approved Projected FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 15.43 $ 17.35 $ 19.07 $ 21.46 $ 23.12 $ 25.62 $ 28.39 $ 31.46 2. 5 ccf per month $ 24.55 $ 27.35 $ 30.35 $ 34.30 $ 37.52 $ 41.58 $ 46.07 $ 51.06 3. 7 ccf per month (Typical Customer) $ 29.11 $ 32.35 $ 35.99 $ 40.72 $ 44.72 $ 49.56 $ 54.91 $ 60.86 4. % Change 13.1% 9.8% 10.8% 10.8% 10.8% 5. 10 ccf per month $ 35.95 $ 39.85 $ 44.45 $ 50.35 $ 55.52 $ 61.53 $ 68.17 $ 75.56 6. 15 ccf per month $ 47.35 $ 52.35 $ 58.55 $ 66.40 $ 73.52 $ 81.48 $ 90.27 $ 100.06 7. 20 ccf per month $ 58.75 $ 64.85 $ 72.65 $ 82.45 $ 91.52 $ 101.43 $ 112.37 $ 124.56 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 8. 20 ccf per month $ 58.75 $ 64.85 $ 72.65 $ 82.45 $ 91.52 $ 101.43 $ 112.37 $ 124.56 9. 40 ccf per month $ 104.35 $ 114.85 $ 129.05 $ 146.65 $ 163.52 $ 181.23 $ 200.77 $ 222.56 10. 60 ccf per month $ 149.95 $ 164.85 $ 185.45 $ 210.85 $ 235.52 $ 261.03 $ 289.17 $ 320.56 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 11. 70 ccf per month $ 195.75 $ 205.85 $ 222.65 $ 245.10 $ 274.38 $ 303.88 $ 336.42 $ 372.70 12. 100 ccf per month $ 264.15 $ 280.85 $ 307.25 $ 341.40 $ 382.38 $ 423.58 $ 469.02 $ 519.70 13. 160 ccf per month $ 400.95 $ 430.85 $ 476.45 $ 534.00 $ 598.38 $ 662.98 $ 734.22 $ 813.70 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) (1) 14. 70 ccf per month $ 321.36 $ 342.86 $ 371.21 $ 404.07 $ 466.36 $ 501.70 $ 540.78 $ 582.83 15. 100 ccf per month $ 411.05 $ 439.15 $ 477.42 $ 522.48 $ 597.36 $ 645.10 $ 697.86 $ 755.01 16. 160 ccf per month $ 569.14 $ 610.44 $ 668.22 $ 737.18 $ 836.36 $ 908.20 $ 987.55 $ 1,074.18 (1) The 70, 100, and 160 ccf bills assume excess strength of 150, 200, and 250 mg/l, respectively, of suspended solids and BOD. SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 9 Table ES-5. Typical Monthly Unmetered Wastewater Bills Table ES-6 presents a comparison of average SW tax burdens under the current and future tax structures. These comparisons are broken down by customer type and further broken down in the subsequent tables by area. Table ES-6. Stormwater Impacts Historical Information Approved Projected FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Unmetered Wastewater Bills 1. 3 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower $ 27.79 $ 30.92 $ 34.35 $ 38.88 $ 40.47 $ 44.85 $ 49.71 $ 55.10 2. 5 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower (Typical) $ 30.75 $ 34.18 $ 38.01 $ 43.06 $ 44.73 $ 49.57 $ 54.95 $ 60.92 3. % Change 13.3% 3.9% 10.8% 10.9% 10.9% 4. 6 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 1 Shower $ 36.87 $ 40.89 $ 45.57 $ 51.68 $ 53.48 $ 59.27 $ 65.70 $ 72.84 5. 8 Rooms, 2 WC, 2 Bath, 0 Shower $ 45.39 $ 50.25 $ 56.11 $ 63.69 $ 65.68 $ 72.79 $ 80.69 $ 89.46 6. 16 Rooms, 4 WC, 4 Bath, 0 Shower $ 77.63 $ 85.65 $ 95.97 $ 109.13 $ 111.84 $ 123.95 $ 137.41 $ 152.36 Total District MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 33.90$    2,976.75$    41.40$        2,984.25$     $ Change 7.50$         7.50$             % Change 22.1% 0.3% Low Income 17.51$    1,232.69$    15.45$        1,230.62$     $ Change (2.06)$        (2.06)$           % Change ‐11.8%‐0.2% Non‐Residential 188.55$ 17,149.98$ 222.45$     17,183.88$  $ Change 33.90$       33.90$          % Change 18.0% 0.2% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 10 City and Near County MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 12.50$    1,084.99$    16.10$        1,088.60$     $ Change 3.60$         3.60$             % Change 28.8% 0.3% Low Income 8.39$      728.35$        10.81$        730.77$         $ Change 2.42$         2.42$             % Change 28.8% 0.3% Non‐Residential 107.94$ 9,370.12$    139.04$     9,401.23$     $ Change 31.11$       31.11$          % Change 28.8% 0.3% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden OMCI Districts MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 61.67$    3,133.03$    41.92$        3,113.28$     $ Change (19.75)$     (19.75)$         % Change ‐32.0%‐0.6% Low Income 25.16$    1,475.04$    17.12$        1,467.00$     $ Change (8.04)$        (8.04)$           % Change ‐32.0%‐0.5% Non‐Residential 355.07$ 17,963.23$ 237.32$     17,845.48$  $ Change (117.75)$   (117.75)$      % Change ‐33.2%‐0.7% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES- 11 Annexed Area MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 10.52$    4,243.29$    60.60$        4,293.37$     $ Change 50.08$       50.08$          % Change 475.8% 1.2% Low Income 5.38$      2,324.59$    30.91$        2,350.12$     $ Change 25.53$       25.53$          % Change 474.8% 1.1% Non‐Residential 54.31$    23,087.99$ 278.50$     23,312.17$  $ Change 224.18$    224.18$        % Change 412.8% 1.0% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 1 PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES 4.1 Current Wastewater Rate Structure The District’s current WW rate structure consists of monthly service charges and volume charges applicable to all MSD customers. All non-residential customers are also assessed a compliance charge and extra strength charges where applicable. The monthly service charges include a billing and collection charge and a system availability charge. A volume charge is assessed to all customers based on their respective water usage. Water usage information is provided by customers’ respective water provider on either a metered or unmetered basis. Non-residential customers are also assessed one of five tiered compliance charges based on the amount of inspection and testing of WW needed to comply with current regulations. Extra strength surcharges are applied to monitored non-residential customers generating excess biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total suspended solids (TSS). The District’s historical and existing WW rates are presented in Table 4-1. The existing rates have been in effect since July 1, 2014 and the approved rates for FY16 will go into effect on July 1, 2015. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 2 Table 4-1 – Historical and Existing Wastewater Rates #Type of ChargeFY 1998FY 2004FY 2005FY 2006FY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011 (c)FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016Ordinance10177 11553 11692 12019 12561 12754 13021 13578 13578 13578 13578Adopted Date9/11/1997 7/24/2003 3/11/2004 7/14/2005 12/13/2007 10/7/2008 1/14/2010Rate Commission Approved Rates for FY13 thru FY16Effective Date10/1/1997 8/1/2003 7/1/2004 7/1/2005 1/1/2008 7/1/2009 7/1/2010 7/1/2011 7/1/2012 7/1/2013 7/1/2014 7/1/2015Base Charge ($/Bill)1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 0.74 $ 0.85 $ 0.85 $ 0.85 $ 0.85 $ 2.30 $ 2.30 $ 2.30 $ 2.60 $ 2.65 $ 3.25 $ 3.45 $ 3.55 $ 3.702. System Availability Charge $ 4.83 $ 5.30 $ 6.45 $ 7.05 $ 7.05 $ 8.40 $ 8.40 $ 8.60 $ 8.80 $ 9.20 $ 9.90 $ 11.40 $ 12.70 $ 14.55 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 5.57 $ 6.15 $ 7.30 $ 7.90 $ 7.90 $ 10.70 $ 10.70 $ 10.90 $ 11.40 $ 11.85 $ 13.15 $ 14.85 $ 16.25 $ 18.25Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (b)4. Tier 1 $ 8.56 $ 11.80 $ 12.15 $ 12.55 $ 12.55 $ 27.40 $ 27.40 $ 29.65 $ 30.85 $ 31.95 $ 23.00 $ 16.00 $ 9.00 $ 2.155. Tier 2 $ 8.56 $ 11.80 $ 12.15 $ 12.55 $ 12.55 $ 27.40 $ 27.40 $ 29.65 $ 30.85 $ 31.95 $ 39.80 $ 41.85 $ 43.55 $ 44.506. Tier 3 $ 8.56 $ 11.80 $ 12.15 $ 12.55 $ 12.55 $ 27.40 $ 27.40 $ 29.65 $ 30.85 $ 31.95 $ 84.75 $ 89.15 $ 92.75 $ 94.807. Tier 4 $ 8.56 $ 11.80 $ 12.15 $ 12.55 $ 12.55 $ 27.40 $ 27.40 $ 29.65 $ 30.85 $ 31.95 $ 124.25 $ 130.70 $ 136.00 $ 139.008. Tier 5 $ 8.56 $ 11.80 $ 12.15 $ 12.55 $ 12.55 $ 27.40 $ 27.40 $ 29.65 $ 30.85 $ 31.95 $ 163.75 $ 172.25 $ 179.25 $ 183.159. Total Nonresidential Service Charge $ 14.13 $ 17.95 $ 19.45 $ 20.45 $ 20.45 $ 38.10 $ 38.10 $ 40.55 $ 42.25 $ 43.80 $ 36.15 $ 30.85 $ 25.25 $ 20.40Volume Charge10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 1.05 $ 1.34 $ 1.66 $ 1.81 $ 1.81 $ 1.88 $ 1.88 $ 1.92 $ 2.02 $ 2.11 $ 2.28 $ 2.50 $ 2.82 $ 3.21Unmetered ($/Bill)11. Per Room $ 0.69 $ 0.88 $ 1.08 $ 1.18 $ 1.18 $ 1.23 $ 1.23 $ 1.25 $ 1.32 $ 1.38 $ 1.48 $ 1.63 $ 1.83 $ 2.0912. Per Water Closet $ 2.58 $ 3.28 $ 4.04 $ 4.42 $ 4.42 $ 4.59 $ 4.59 $ 4.69 $ 4.93 $ 5.15 $ 5.56 $ 6.10 $ 6.88 $ 7.8313. Per Bath $ 2.15 $ 2.74 $ 3.37 $ 3.69 $ 3.69 $ 3.83 $ 3.83 $ 3.91 $ 4.11 $ 4.30 $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.5314. Per Separate Shower $ 2.15 $ 2.74 $ 3.37 $ 3.69 $ 3.69 $ 3.83 $ 3.83 $ 3.91 $ 4.11 $ 4.30 $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (b)15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 87.20 $ 162.88 $ 200.15 $ 218.90 $ 218.90 $ 218.90 $ 218.90 $ 218.90 $ 222.62 $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 244.03 $ 251.8816. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 217.90 $ 319.24 $ 412.58 $ 461.44 $ 461.44 $ 529.56 $ 529.56 $ 551.52 $ 596.72 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 632.3817. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 108.95 $ 159.62 $ 206.29 $ 230.72 $ 230.72 $ 264.78 $ 264.78 $ 275.76 $ 298.36 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 316.19ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons)mg/l = milligram per liter(a) These rates were judged by courts to be user charges that are not subject to the requirements of the Hancock Amendment. Rates for qualified low-income customers were established at 50% of the general service charge.(b) Applicable only to non-residential customers. SECTI 4.2 Cu The Dist its WW c revenue customer served by The histo provided based on methodo average o customer detail on Figure 4 ION 4 – stomer Ac trict’s ratepa charges. Th reflects the r class as ap y the Distric orical and p d in Figure 4- n a 10 yea logy. As ind of 0.26% an r accounts is the develop 4-1 – Wast PROPO ccount Pro ayers are cla ese classes a e assessmen pplicable. 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Addit District POSAL gning WW each omers ct are mers is onent by an ber of tional SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 4 Table 4-2 – Wastewater Customer Accounts Historical InformationProjectedProjected#Customer ClassFY 2006FY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020Metered Customers1. Single Family 301,122 302,582 302,694 302,843 303,096 302,300 302,100 300,200 301,900 301,296 300,934 300,573 300,212 299,852 299,492 2. Multi-Family 20,825 20,816 20,824 20,862 20,787 20,800 20,700 20,500 20,300 20,259 20,235 20,211 20,187 20,163 20,139 3. Non-Residential 25,712 25,620 25,583 25,387 25,165 25,100 24,600 24,500 24,300 24,251 24,222 24,077 23,933 23,789 23,646 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers347,659 349,018 349,101 349,092 349,048 348,200 347,400 345,200 346,500 345,806 345,391 344,861 344,332 343,804 343,277 Unmetered Customers5. Single Family 60,010 59,977 59,733 58,757 58,034 57,400 56,800 57,200 57,600 57,485 57,416 57,347 57,278 57,209 57,140 6. Multi-Family 19,757 19,818 19,780 20,437 19,938 20,000 19,700 20,700 20,400 20,359 20,335 20,311 20,287 20,263 20,239 7. Non-Residential - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Custome79,767 79,795 79,513 79,194 77,972 77,400 76,500 77,900 78,000 77,844 77,751 77,658 77,565 77,472 77,379 Total Customer Accounts9. Single Family 361,132 362,559 362,427 361,600 361,130 359,700 358,900 357,400 359,500 358,781 358,350 357,920 357,490 357,061 356,632 10. Multi-Family 40,582 40,634 40,604 41,299 40,725 40,800 40,400 41,200 40,700 40,618 40,570 40,522 40,474 40,426 40,378 11. Non-Residential 25,712 25,620 25,583 25,387 25,165 25,100 24,600 24,500 24,300 24,251 24,222 24,077 23,933 23,789 23,646 12.Total: Customer Accounts427,426 428,813 428,614 428,286 427,020 425,600 423,900 423,100 424,500 423,650 423,142 422,519 421,897 421,276 420,656 13.% Change0.32% -0.05% -0.08% -0.30% -0.33% -0.40% -0.19% 0.33% -0.2% -0.1% -0.1% -0.1% -0.1% -0.1% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 5 4.3 Contributed Volumes and Wastewater Flows Billed WW volume is the estimated amount of water volume contributed to the sewer system by MSD customers. This volume is measured on either a metered or unmetered basis. The amount of contributed WW volume from metered customers is measured in Ccf’s (one hundred (100) cubic feet, which equates to approximately 748 gallons). The volume from unmetered residential customers is determined based upon estimates of indoor water usage per fixture and the number of rooms within these properties, referred to as attributes throughout the Proposal. Billable WW volumes for all metered residential customers are determined based on water used during the period best equated to contributed WW volume. MSD defines its best equated period as a 90 to 92 day period of water usage between November and April of the preceding winter period. This period most closely reflects the water entering the MSD WW system by avoiding spring and summer water usage for activities such as lawn sprinkling and the filling of swimming pools. The District engaged Vertex Business Services to assist in analyzing the relationship of water usage between metered and unmetered residential customers. This analysis was performed by members of Vertex’s Analytics and Consulting practice using a combination of actual District data and multivariate analytics. The analysis determined the demographic drivers of water volume among metered customers, then applied those drivers to unmetered customers with identical matching demographic profiles. Based on this analysis, the unit water consumption estimates of gallons per day (gpd) was used to recalibrate billable WW volumes based on property attributes applicable to unmetered single family and multi-family customers. Additional detail regarding this analysis can be found in Appendix 7.1.4. Attribute Assumed Volume Contributions Rooms 14.5 gpd Water Closet 54.2 gpd Baths 45.2 gpd Separate Showers 45.2 gpd SECTI The cont billed ba does not actual an period, d billing ba of histori Figure 4 ION 4 – ributed WW ased on actu enter the s nnual water u depending on asis is perm ical and proj 4-2 – Wast PROPO W volume of al quarterly sewer system usage or the n the billing anent and ca ected contrib tewater Co SED WA WA all non-resid usage less a m. Metered average ann g method se annot be cha buted, or bil ntributed V ASTEWA ASTEWATER 4- 6 dential custo applicable e d multi-fami nual water u lected by ea anged. Figur lled, WW vo Volumes ATER RA M & STORMWA omers is mea exemption al ily customer usage establi ach multi-fa re 4-2 and T olume. ATES Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH asured on a m llowances fo rs are either ished during amily custom Table 4-3 pr . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP metered basi or any water r billed base g the best equ mer. The sel resent a sum District POSAL is and r that ed on uated lected mmary SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 7 Table 4-3 – Wastewater Contributed Volumes (1) Unmetered WW volume is determined by multiplying the number of fixtures by their respective unit usage values. Historical InformationProjectedProjected#Customer Class (ccf)FY 2006FY 2007FY 2008FY 2009FY 2010FY 2011FY 2012FY 2013FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020Metered Customers1. Single Family 27,279,412 26,131,078 26,192,807 25,619,466 24,796,692 24,457,671 23,696,217 23,002,156 22,769,661 22,689,967 22,633,242 22,574,396 22,513,445 22,450,407 22,387,546 2. Multi-Family 9,763,965 9,625,609 9,419,644 9,160,576 8,904,095 8,619,763 8,557,204 8,389,306 8,071,571 8,394,434 8,373,448 8,351,677 8,329,127 8,305,805 8,282,549 3. Non-Residential 34,323,221 33,081,692 32,608,882 29,222,342 26,690,763 25,427,320 24,967,007 24,846,372 21,026,447 23,969,488 23,609,946 23,363,880 23,120,520 22,879,837 22,641,802 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers71,366,598 68,838,379 68,221,333 64,002,384 60,391,550 58,504,754 57,220,428 56,237,834 51,867,679 55,053,889 54,616,636 54,289,953 53,963,092 53,636,049 53,311,897 Unmetered Customers (1)5. Single Family 6,899,871 7,046,265 7,066,647 7,025,329 7,149,165 7,442,267 6,895,720 6,845,309 6,902,619 6,878,458 6,861,264 6,190,641 6,173,927 6,156,639 6,139,400 6. Multi-Family 5,044,805 5,038,213 5,008,880 4,928,578 4,823,684 4,823,681 4,625,501 4,553,820 4,489,957 4,669,555 4,657,882 4,202,551 4,191,204 4,179,468 4,167,766 7. Non-Residential - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers11,944,676 12,084,478 12,075,527 11,953,907 11,972,849 12,265,948 11,521,221 11,399,129 11,392,576 11,548,013 11,519,146 10,393,192 10,365,131 10,336,107 10,307,166 Total Wastewater Volume8. Single Family 34,179,283 33,177,343 33,259,454 32,644,795 31,945,857 31,899,938 30,591,937 29,847,465 29,672,280 29,568,425 29,494,506 28,765,037 28,687,372 28,607,046 28,526,946 9. Multi-Family 14,808,770 14,663,822 14,428,524 14,089,154 13,727,779 13,443,444 13,182,705 12,943,126 12,561,528 13,063,989 13,031,330 12,554,228 12,520,331 12,485,273 12,450,315 10. Non-Residential 34,323,221 33,081,692 32,608,882 29,222,342 26,690,763 25,427,320 24,967,007 24,846,372 21,026,447 23,969,488 23,609,946 23,363,880 23,120,520 22,879,837 22,641,802 11.Total: Wastewater Volume83,311,274 80,922,857 80,296,860 75,956,291 72,364,399 70,770,702 68,741,649 67,636,963 63,260,255 66,601,902 66,135,782 64,683,145 64,328,223 63,972,156 63,619,063 12.% Change -2.9% -0.8% -5.4% -4.7% -2.2% -2.9% -1.6% -6.5% 5.3% -0.7% -2.2% -0.5% -0.6% -0.6% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 8 The projections of contributed volumes are based on the historical trends in billed volumes and number of customers per customer class. Since FY06, the District has experienced annual reductions in total billed volumes of approximately 3.0%, which is a cumulative 24% reduction. The decrease in billed WW volume is due in part to conservation measures, increased efficiency of appliances and fixtures and the impact of the national economy. Future billable WW volumes are expected to gradually decrease from FY15 volumes by an overall average of 0.91% annually. Additional information related to this assumption can be found in Appendix 7.1.3. The FY14 reduction was partially impacted by discontinuities in data that were experienced by Missouri American Water during implementation of a new customer information system. This has been reconciled and is anticipated to return to typical levels in FY15 and beyond. 4.4 Historical and Projected Wastewater Revenue from Existing Rates WW revenue under the approved rates for the period FY13 through FY20 is presented in Table 4-4 on the next page. Estimated revenues for FY17 through FY20 use FY16 approved rates. The District’s historical WW revenue for FY13 and FY14 is based on actual rates, customer account and usage data. Projected revenue from WW user charges are based on projected customer demands and the rates approved through FY16 (revenue in FY17-FY20 assumes no changes in the approved rates for FY16). Projected billed WW revenue does not include allowances for bad debt, refunds or billing adjustments. These billing adjustments are included with other operating revenues in Table 4-5. The WW user charge revenue under existing rates increased from $236.1 million in FY13 to a projected $313.6 million in FY16. This change is due to a combination of key factors: approved rate increases, the impact of economic conditions, projected fluctuations in excess strength WW revenue due to more extensive pre-treatment programs and projected decreases in WW volume consistent with historical trends. As customer volumes continue to decline over the projection period, the revenue would be expected to decline as well. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 9 Table 4-4 – Wastewater User Charge Revenue Under Approved Rates (1) (1) The approved FY16 rates are used to estimate revenue in FY17 through FY20. Historical InformationProjectedProjectedFY 2013FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20User Charge RevenueSubtotal SubtotalBase Charge RevenueMetered Accounts 54,661,447$ 61,969,510$ 67,726,848$ 76,038,643$ 76,002,271$ 75,981,357$ 75,978,783$ 75,997,964$ 303,960,375$ 447,725,866$ Unmetered Accounts 12,424,081 14,026,701 15,350,416 17,261,617 17,291,601 17,331,186 17,382,194 17,446,781 69,451,762 102,063,795 Subtotal: Base Charges67,085,527$ 75,996,212$ 83,077,264$ 93,300,260$ 93,293,872$ 93,312,542$ 93,360,978$ 93,444,745$ 373,412,137$ 549,789,660$ Non-Residential Compliance Charge Revenue 7,611,609$ 5,665,977$ 3,759,829$ 1,883,204$ 1,871,801$ 1,860,602$ 1,849,654$ 1,838,316$ 7,420,373$ 13,063,406$ Extra Strength Surcharges 7,646,317$ 6,667,008$ 6,755,989$ 6,910,690$ 6,910,690$ 6,910,690$ 6,910,690$ 6,910,690$ 27,642,761$ 41,309,440$ Metered Volume Charge RevenueSingle Family 52,444,916$ 56,924,153$ 63,985,707$ 72,652,707$ 72,463,811$ 72,268,158$ 72,065,806$ 71,864,023$ 288,661,799$ 425,300,213$ Multi-Family 19,127,618 20,178,928 23,672,304 26,878,768 26,808,883 26,736,498 26,661,634 26,586,982 106,793,997 157,345,069 Non-Residential 56,649,728 52,566,118 67,593,956 75,787,927 74,998,055 74,216,869 73,444,277 72,680,184 295,339,385 438,721,268 Subtotal: Metered Volume Charges128,222,262$ 129,669,198$ 155,251,967$ 175,319,402$ 174,270,749$ 173,221,525$ 172,171,717$ 171,131,189$ 690,795,181$ 1,021,366,550$ Unmetered Charge Revenue 25,990,015$ 28,481,438$ 32,565,398$ 36,976,456$ 36,880,312$ 36,780,735$ 36,677,748$ 36,575,050$ 146,913,845$ 216,455,699$ Low Income Credits (421,993)$ (447,333)$ (592,570)$ (798,032)$ (949,654)$ (1,130,091)$ (1,344,812)$ (1,600,326)$ (5,024,884)$ (6,415,485)$ Total: User Charge Revenue236,133,737$ 246,032,499$ 280,817,877$ 313,591,980$ 312,277,771$ 310,956,003$ 309,625,974$ 308,299,664$ 1,241,159,413$ 1,835,569,270$ 6.6% 4.2% 14.1% 11.7% -0.4% -0.4% -0.4% -0.4% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 10 The projection of other WW revenue is presented in Table 4-5. WW billing adjustments are determined based on current budget estimates and projected based on historical trends. These adjustments include late charges, refunds and other adjustments. The provision for bad debt has steadily declined over the last several years and is projected at 1.5% of total WW user charge revenue throughout the forecast. This projection is based on predicting the propensity to pay for all MSD customers with account balances delinquent greater than 30 days. The methodology used in the Rate Proposal matches that used to determine the provision for bad debt in the District’s audited statements ending June 30, 2014. The change to this calculation resulted in a net revenue, rather than expense, for bad debt in FY14 of $7.2 million as shown in Table 4-5, line 2. Additional detail on this propensity-to-pay analysis may be found in Appendix 7.3.1. Revenue from inspection and plan review fees are projected to remain stable throughout the forecast. Waste hauler permit revenue is projected to decline dramatically from FY14 levels when the Bridgeton landfill begins treating and piping leachate rather than trucking it to MSD for treatment. Other non-operating revenue in FY14 is negative $4.9 million due to demolition of assets in the trickling filter and secondary clarifier areas at the Missouri River WWTP. These assets, with a combined book value of $5.1 million, were removed as part of a project to expand the treatment plant and add disinfection facilities. All other miscellaneous revenue is projected to also remain stable at currently budgeted levels. Based on these projections, total other operating WW revenue is forecasted to decline from a budgeted amount of $5.7 million in FY15 to $1.6 million in FY20. The reduction is primarily due to the increases in the bad debt provision as WW user charge revenue increases. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 11 Table 4-5 – Other Wastewater Operating Revenue Historical InformationProjectedProjectedFY 2013FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20Actual Actual Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Subtotal SubtotalOther Operating Revenue1. Billing Adjustments (1) 2,876,364$ 5,872,438$ 2,879,850$ 2,908,649$ 2,937,735$ 2,967,112$ 2,996,783$ 3,026,751$ 11,928,382$ 17,716,881$ 2. Bad Debt Provision (2,636,454) 7,230,389 (4,250,000) (4,855,380) (5,277,435) (5,803,515) (6,380,217) (7,019,285) (24,480,453) (33,585,833) Other Fees3. Construction Inspection Fees 200,655$ 498,543$ 355,500$ 355,500$ 355,500$ 355,500$ 355,500$ 355,500$ 1,422,000$ 2,133,000$ 4. Waste Hauler Permits 660,798 4,360,679 2,500,000 675,000 675,000 675,000 675,000 675,000 2,700,000 5,875,000 5. All Other Fees (2) 667,898 653,726 338,300 338,300 338,300 338,300 338,300 338,300 1,353,200 2,029,800 6.Subtotal: Other Fees1,529,352$ 5,512,948$ 3,193,800$ 1,368,800$ 1,368,800$ 1,368,800$ 1,368,800$ 1,368,800$ 5,475,200$ 10,037,800$ 7. Miscellaneous Revenues (3) 4,656,729$ 4,585,523$ 2,972,505$ 2,779,210$ 3,170,776$ 3,182,774$ 3,258,012$ 3,354,249$ 12,965,812$ 18,717,526$ 8.Subtotal: Other Operating Revenue6,425,991$ 23,201,298$ 4,796,155$ 2,201,279$ 2,199,876$ 1,715,172$ 1,243,378$ 730,516$ 5,888,941$ 12,886,374$ 9. Other Non-Operating Revenue (4) 23,050$ (4,900,812)$ 222,000$ 222,000$ 222,000$ 222,000$ 222,000$ 222,000$ 888,000$ 1,332,000$ 10. Connection Fee Revenue 704,262 968,084 683,000 689,830 696,728 703,696 710,733 717,840 2,828,996 4,201,826 11.Total: Other Miscellaneous Revenue7,153,303$ 19,268,570$ 5,701,155$ 3,113,109$ 3,118,604$ 2,640,867$ 2,176,110$ 1,670,356$ 9,605,937$ 18,420,201$ % Change -229.0% 169.4% -70.4% -45.4% 0.2% -15.3% -17.6% -23.2%(1) Includes late charges, refunds, adjustments, lien interest and fees, and other adjustments, including revenue from Arnold.(2) Includes plan review fees, submittal fees, monitoring cost fees, pretreatment discharge permits, and all other fees.(3) Includes interest, reimbursements, reimbursable engineering and maintenance, and all other miscellaneous revenue.(4) Includes rental income, clean water surcharge, and sale of fixed assets. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 12 4.5 Wastewater Operating Expenses The revenue needed to support the O&M of the District’s WW system must be sufficient to meet its cash requirements. MSD’s operating revenue requirements consist of the following: 1. Total WW system O&M expenses 2. Expenditures for routine capital improvements 3. Components of the CIRP funded directly from revenues (i.e., PAYGO) 4. WW revenue bond debt service 5. A minimum 60 day operating reserve 4.5.1 Wastewater Operation and Maintenance Expense A summary of projected WW O&M for FY15 through FY20 is presented in Table 4-6. These projections are based on the principle financial assumptions listed below. 1. Customer and Water Usage Growth/Decline 2. Customer Impacts 3. Inflation Rates 4. Bad Debt and Collection Efforts 5. Customer Assistance Program 6. Overhead Rates 7. Basis for cost of service indirect/direct cost allocation 8. Average Water/ Wastewater Utility Bill Comparison 9. Salary Projection 10. Wastewater/Stormwater Segmentation 11. Infiltration/Inflow Assumptions These assumptions have been applied to the District’s O&M from its FY15 budget estimates through the proposed 4-year rate cycle ending in FY20. Inflation percentages vary by expense type. Salary expenses and other related lines are inflated annually at rates between 3.1% and 3.2% for the years FY17 to FY20. Health Insurance expense is projected to increase annually at rates between 8.1% and 9.6%, while general supplies and contractual services are expected to increase annually between 1.9% and 2.0% over the same four-year period. More detailed information regarding inflation rates is provided in Appendix 7.1.1. Incremental and additional one-time O&M costs are presented on line 22 of Table 4-6. Future WW O&M expense is projected to increase from $169.4 million in FY15 to $193.1 in FY20. 4.5.2 Wastewater Routine Capital Improvements Expenditures for routine annual capital improvements include those costs that tend to be routinely incurred each year for normal replacements such as vehicles, office equipment and SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 13 minor improvement or repairs (Line 25 of Table 4-6). Since the costs of these improvements are a continuing expense to be met each year, the District appropriately finances these expenditures from current WW revenues. These expenses are included in the District’s annual budgets as capital outlay costs. 4.5.3 Wastewater Capital Projects Capital projects funded in the O&M budget typically consist of expenditures that do not result in a new District asset. In general these projects include infrastructure repairs, watershed planning, rainfall data gathering and streamflow sampling which are all required to maintain existing assets. The District also funds capital improvements to computer software and hardware out of the O&M budget. Due to the nature of these projects, they are ineligible for bond or SRF funding; therefore they are budgeted as operating expenses. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 14 Table 4-6 Historical and Projected Operating Expenses Historical InformationProjectedProjectedWastewater Revenue Requirements FY 2013FY 2014FY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20General Fund Operating ExpensesSubtotal Subtotal1. Board of Trustees 2,175$ 2,075$ 5,466$ 5,668$ 5,631$ 5,668$ 5,832$ 5,952$ 23,083$ 34,216$ 2. Rate Commission (30,281) (11) 458,926 67,160 - - 482,290 70,671 552,960 1,079,046 3. Civil Service Commission 1,105 6,189 8,960 9,290 9,231 9,290 9,559 9,757 37,837 56,087 4. Secretary - Treasurer 1,379,671 1,407,972 1,473,297 1,530,234 1,528,595 1,547,126 1,599,613 1,641,006 6,316,341 9,319,872 6. Executive Director 1,402,577 991,336 1,151,540 1,193,207 1,191,483 1,205,532 1,245,985 1,277,749 4,920,750 7,265,496 7. General Counsel 1,652,666 2,800,898 2,291,230 2,381,524 2,375,177 2,399,988 2,477,811 2,538,127 9,791,102 14,463,856 8. Office of Human Resources 8,255,407 9,480,727 8,884,809 9,271,062 9,401,315 9,660,129 10,132,075 10,548,414 39,741,932 57,897,803 9. Engineering 21,846,221 22,372,436 21,782,721 22,504,904 23,918,233 24,632,720 25,430,214 26,229,414 100,210,581 144,498,206 10. Finance 15,882,782 19,548,342 21,658,069 22,578,245 22,990,810 23,465,366 24,048,717 24,614,604 95,119,497 139,355,811 11. Information Systems 10,171,024 11,390,239 11,776,483 12,187,963 12,200,395 12,375,737 12,820,088 13,176,625 50,572,844 74,537,291 Operations12. Collection System 30,423,192$ 32,047,934$ 27,401,637$ 28,346,312$ 28,099,126$ 28,969,800$ 29,849,967$ 30,764,637$ 117,683,529$ 173,431,479$ 13. Pump Stations 8,629,770 10,039,320 9,642,088 10,036,631 10,432,698 10,802,080 11,185,455 11,585,068 44,005,301 63,684,020 14. Wastewater Treatment 31,750,236 38,297,954 41,523,547 43,186,784 44,674,098 46,231,357 47,846,910 49,530,323 188,282,689 272,993,019 15. Support 9,819,302 10,955,060 11,542,192 11,934,220 10,512,805 10,779,984 11,055,933 11,340,030 43,688,752 67,165,164 16.Subtotal: Operations80,622,500$ 91,340,268$ 90,109,465$ 93,503,946$ 93,718,726$ 96,783,222$ 99,938,264$ 103,220,058$ 393,660,271$ 577,273,682$ 17.Subtotal: General Fund Operating Expenses141,185,847$ 159,340,472$ 159,600,965$ 165,233,203$ 167,339,596$ 172,084,777$ 178,190,448$ 183,332,377$ 700,947,199$ 1,025,781,367$ Other Operating Expenses18. Water Backup Program 3,503,220$ 2,713,168$ 3,600,248$ 3,762,259$ 3,833,742$ 3,906,583$ 3,984,715$ 4,064,409$ 15,789,449$ 23,151,956$ 19. General Insurance Fund 2,908,141 3,934,313 4,050,110 4,234,550 4,310,144 4,443,087 4,675,790 4,883,627 18,312,648 26,597,309 20. Capital Funded in O&M Budget - - 11,588,407 10,084,149 7,778,282 8,323,618 8,728,029 9,117,869 33,947,798 55,620,354 21. Capitalized Internal Labor - - (11,986,382) (12,465,837) (12,964,471) (13,483,049) (14,022,371) (14,583,266) (55,053,157) (79,505,376) 22. Additional O&M - - 2,509,855 7,632,941 6,091,816 4,827,352 4,818,262 6,276,854 22,014,285 32,157,080 23.Subtotal: Other Operating Expenses6,411,361$ 6,647,481$ 9,762,239$ 13,248,062$ 9,049,514$ 8,017,590$ 8,184,425$ 9,759,494$ 35,011,023$ 58,021,324$ 24.Subtotal: General Fund Operating Expenses147,597,208$ 165,987,954$ 169,363,203$ 178,481,265$ 176,389,110$ 180,102,367$ 186,374,873$ 193,091,871$ 735,958,222$ 1,083,802,690$ 25. Routine Annual Capital Improvements 179,509$ (401,814)$ 3,771,640$ 3,884,789$ 3,958,600$ 4,033,814$ 4,114,490$ 4,196,780$ 16,303,683$ 23,960,112$ Total: Operating Expenses & Capital Outlay147,776,717$ 165,586,139$ 173,134,843$ 182,366,054$ 180,347,711$ 184,136,181$ 190,489,363$ 197,288,651$ 752,261,905$ 1,107,762,803$ SECTI 4.6 Wa The prim multi-dec for the E WW syst help redu regularly estimated total CIR compone SSOs thr regulator system a $158.3 m proposed Figure 4 ION 4 – stewater M mary cost dri cade, $4.7 b Environment tem to elimi uce the risk y updates the d CIRP need RP project c ent of the CI roughout the ry requireme assets. CSO million in FY d rate cycle. A 4-3 Project PROPO Major Cap ver for the D billion (2010 Foundation nate sanitary k of floodin e scheduling ds are presen cost for this IRP over the e WW system ents outside projects beg Y20. Table Additional d ted CIRP N SED WA WA pital Impr District’s fin 0 dollars) CD n. This progr y sewer over ng customer of CIRP pro nted in Figu six-year pe e next six ye m. Additiona of the CD gin to substa e 4-7 presen detail on the Needs ASTEWA ASTEWATER 4- 15 rovement & nancial plan D program w ram requires rflows (SSO properties. ojects to ensu ure 4-3 and eriod is proj ears will be al needs incl and the reh antially impa nts the summ long-term C ATER RA M & STORMWA & Replace is the CIRP with the US s the Distric O), combined The Distric ure complian Table 4-7 fo jected to be capital inve lude other im habilitation act the CIRP mary CIRP CIRP is prese ATES Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH ement Pro . The Distric EPA and M ct to make in d sewer over ct’s Enginee nce with the for FY15 thr e $1.975 bil estments rela mprovement and replace P as this co needs throu ented in App . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP ogram ct has agreed Missouri Coa nvestments i rflows (CSO ering depart e CD. The cu rough FY20 llion. The la ated to mitig ts to comply ement of exi omponent rea ughout the 4 pendix 7.2.2 District POSAL d to a alition in the O) and tment urrent . The argest gating y with isting aches 4-year . SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 16 Table 4-7 – Wastewater Capital Improvement and Replacement Program 4.6.1 Wastewater Capital Program Financing MSD’s CIRP projects are primarily funded by the issuance of senior revenue bonds and SRF loans with the smaller remaining work funded by the PAYGO revenue stream. Debt financing of the majority of the CIRP allows the financing burden to be appropriately shared by both present and future users benefiting from the WW system improvements. Capital improvements routinely incurred each year as determined by the District’s comprehensive asset management program (Table 4-7, line 10) are more appropriately financed with PAYGO revenue generated from annual WW service revenue. District staff, together with their financial advisor, Public Financial Management, Inc (PFM), has developed a proposed capital improvement financing plan to fund the CIRP. This plan, presented in Table 4-8, anticipates the proposed capital improvements will be financed from a combination of WW user charge revenues, available fund balances, senior revenue bonds, Missouri SRF loans, grants and contributions, and interest income. Table 4-8 – Capital Improvement and Replacement Program Financing Plan Projected Projected Capital Improvement and Replacement Progam Needs FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Major Capital Improvements Subtotal Subtotal 1. Asset Management - Capacity 29,011,500$ 58,309,720$ 57,501,982$ 67,050,796$ 67,559,237$ 61,672,657$ 253,784,672$ 341,105,892$ 2. Asset Management - Renewal 27,622,000 19,672,680 21,108,335 19,316,419 21,659,802 28,435,997 90,520,553 137,815,233 3. Cityshed 3,700,000 5,148,000 11,042,265 13,138,342 18,109,541 8,863,662 51,153,810 60,001,810 4. Combined Sewer Overflow 23,714,333 15,010,900 50,872,235 40,580,166 43,306,065 158,329,862 293,088,328 331,813,561 5. Districtwide 7,027,975 4,510,500 5,540,816 5,431,201 5,666,009 5,808,204 22,446,230 33,984,705 6. Other - - (40,000) - - - (40,000) (40,000) 7. Sanitary Sewer Overflow 139,874,323 127,274,763 175,713,165 184,194,266 199,992,543 170,559,357 730,459,329 997,608,415 8. Treatment Plants 17,702,612 11,648,940 11,621,550 17,621,799 17,178,284 5,545,102 51,966,734 81,318,286 9.Subtotal: Major Capital Improvements 248,652,743$ 241,575,503$ 333,360,347$ 347,332,989$ 373,471,480$ 439,214,841$ 1,493,379,657$ 1,983,607,903$ 10. Less: Capital Funded in O&M Budget (11,588,407) (10,084,149) (7,778,282) (8,323,618) (8,728,029) (9,117,869) (33,947,798)$ (55,620,354)$ 11. Less: Non-Recurring Projects & Studies (4,489,587) (6,322,090) (6,034,848) (5,194,950) (5,101,732) (5,281,442) (21,612,972) (32,424,648) 12. Plus: Capitalized Internal Labor 11,986,382 12,465,837 12,964,471 13,483,049 14,022,371 14,583,266 55,053,157 79,505,376 13.Total: CIRP Needs 244,561,131$ 237,635,101$ 332,511,688$ 347,297,471$ 373,664,090$ 439,398,796$ 1,492,872,045$ 1,975,068,276$ Projected Projected Wastewater Construction Fund Cashflow FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Subtotal Subtotal 1.Beginning Year Balance (1)233,053,202$ 91,440,861$ 98,709,136$ 56,204,221$ 52,527,910$ 56,287,179$ Sources of Funds 2. Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Par Amount - 150,000,000 174,055,000 216,210,000 235,070,000 293,310,000 918,645,000 1,068,645,000 3. Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Premium - 21,526,268 20,342,700 23,544,232 21,779,440 24,062,250 89,728,622 111,254,890 4. Cash Financing of Construction (PAYGO) 40,000,000 40,000,000 70,000,000 81,000,000 99,000,000 110,000,000 360,000,000 440,000,000 5. Capitalized Internal Labor 11,986,382 12,465,837 12,964,471 13,483,049 14,022,371 14,583,266 55,053,157 79,505,376 6. State Revolving Loan Proceeds 50,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 100,000,000 180,000,000 7. Grants & Contributions 502,407 524,621 577,556 602,919 629,397 657,040 2,466,912 3,493,940 8. Interest Income 860,000 810,000 470,000 380,000 270,000 270,000 1,390,000 3,060,000 9.Subtotal: Available Funds 336,401,991$ 346,767,587$ 402,118,863$ 416,424,421$ 448,299,119$ 524,169,735$ 1,527,283,692$ 1,885,959,207$ Uses of Funds 10. Major Capital Improvements (244,561,131)$ (237,635,101)$ (332,511,688)$ (347,297,471)$ (373,664,090)$ (439,398,796)$ (1,492,872,045)$ (1,975,068,276)$ 11. Issuance Costs (400,000) (1,695,000) (1,907,454) (2,327,291) (2,513,975) (3,099,804) (9,848,523) (11,943,523) 12. Debt Service Reserve Fund Deposits - (8,728,350) (11,495,500) (14,271,750) (15,833,875) (20,036,150) (61,637,275) (70,365,625) 13.Subtotal: Uses of Funds (244,961,131)$ (248,058,451)$ (345,914,642)$ (363,896,511)$ (392,011,940)$ (462,534,750)$ (1,564,357,843)$ (2,057,377,424)$ 14.End of Year Balance 91,440,861$ 98,709,136$ 56,204,221$ 52,527,910$ 56,287,179$ 61,634,985$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 17 New senior revenue bonds totaling par value of $1.07 billion and $180 million in additional SRF loans are expected to be issued between FY15 and FY20 to provide this funding. At the end of FY16, it is estimated the District will have issued approximately 70% of its current debt authorization of $945 million. This will require the District to obtain voter approval for authorization of $900 million of additional debt financing prior to FY18. As indicated by Line 6 of Table 4-8, the District plans to take advantage of the SRF loan program but expects to be limited to $25 million each year from FY17 through FY20. Total senior revenue bonds and SRF loans are expected to finance approximately 69% of the six-year major capital improvement program costs. The amount and timing for each of these issues was developed by PFM taking into consideration the CIRP capital funding needs, current policies, other sources of capital improvement program financing, and debt service coverage requirements. The cash financing of capital improvements from annual revenues is expected to total $440.0 million between FY15 and FY20, as indicated on Line 4 of Table 4-8. A portion of the total CIRP expenditures reflects associated internal labor costs (line 12 in Table 4-7 and line 5 in Table 4-8). This cost is also expected to be covered by annual PAYGO revenues. In total, cash financing is expected to fund 26.3% of the total CIRP between FY15 and FY20. The District anticipates receiving grants and contributions of $3.5 million between FY15 and FY20. These sources are expected to fund various improvement projects scheduled to be constructed during the proposed rate cycle. The majority of Line 7 of Table 4-8 represents a capital contribution from the City of Arnold (Arnold) as repayment of a District loan to fund the share of the capacity provided by the Lower Meramec River Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant which started operation in 2007. Interest earnings are projected to yield an average 0.5% in annual interest income from FY15 to FY20. Line 8 of Table 4-8 provides the estimated interest income earned on all available CIRP fund balances. Total revenues obtained from grants, contributions, and interest income along with use of fund balance will provide approximately 4.7% of the total CIRP funding. 4.6.2 Existing and Projected Wastewater Debt The District issued its first District-wide revenue bonds in April 2004. Additional senior revenue bonds have been issued in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. The principal remaining on all of the District’s senior revenue bonds issued to date is $740.7 million as of December 31, 2014. The District has also participated in multiple subordinate series of revenue bonds issued under the Missouri SRF loan program. The total amount of principal remaining on all of the District’s SRF Loans issued to date is approximately $315.4 million as of December 31, 2014. SECTI Figure 4 The proj based on Generally rates betw to have 2 year. 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Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP d by PFM a market condit nd annual co ram are exp t of about 3% ce costs with vice reserve estimated at 0.65% of the qual to the l fiscal year o ce on outstan of the outstan eriod for exi FY15 to $ District POSAL and is tions. oupon pected % per h each e fund 1.0% e total lesser on all nding nding isting 146.1 Ann To SECTI Table 4- 4.7 Wa The oper and expe operating minimum provides provide operating Figure 4- period. Figure 4 nual Wastewater Debt S Senior Revenue Bond Existing Bonds Proposed Bonds Subtotal: Senior Rev SRF & Direct Loan Deb Existing Bonds Proposed Bonds Subtotal: SRF & Dir otal: Wastewater Debt ION 4 – -9 – Projec stewater O rating reserv enditures. Th g expenses. m balance e a buffer to increased o g reserve is -5 presents t 4-5 Wast Service Debt Service (Accrued venue Bond Debt Servi bt Service (Accrued) rect Loan Debt Service Service PROPO cted Waste Operating ve is a balan he District ha The existin equal to 45 o allow for operational f projected to the estimate tewater Op Proje FY 2015 d) 39,367,299$ - ice 39,367,299$ 25,295,222$ 835,678 e 26,130,899$ 65,498,198$ SED WA WA ewater Deb g Reserve nce maintain as a minimum ng revenue days of O& potential t flexibility, a o exceed the ed balance in perating Re ected FY 2016 F 44,851,007$ $ 4,844,021 49,695,028$ $ 27,674,382$ $ 3,029,860 30,704,242$ $ 80,399,270$ $ ASTEWA ASTEWATER 4- 19 bt Service R ned to accom m operating bond coven &M expens timing issue and helps s e minimum n the WW o eserve FY 2017 FY 20 46,655,486 46,46$ 15,547,229 28,32 62,202,715 74,79$ 27,592,947 27,62$ 5,345,304 7,17 32,938,251 34,80$ 95,140,966 109,59$ ATER RA M & STORMWA Requireme mmodate flu reserve targ nants require se. The self es involved support futu balance thr operating res Projected 18 FY 2019 68,892 46,476,019$ 25,958 43,336,844 94,851 89,812,863$ 27,707 27,646,335$ 72,641 8,922,975 00,348 36,569,310$ 95,199 126,382,173$ ATES Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH ents uctuations in get equal to 6 e the Distri f-imposed 6 with fundin ure bond ra roughout the serve throug FY 2020 9 46,535,144$ 4 61,212,275 3 107,747,419$ 5 27,664,083$ 5 10,691,793 0 38,355,876$ 3 146,103,295$ . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP n annual reve 60 days of an ict to maint 60 day mini ng requirem atings. The e forecast pe ghout the for FY 17 - FY 20 FY Subtotal 186,135,542$ $ 148,422,306 334,557,848$ $ 110,531,072$ $ 32,132,712 142,663,785$ $ 477,221,633$ $ District POSAL enues nnual tain a imum ments, WW eriod. recast Y 15 - FY 20 Subtotal 270,353,847 153,266,327 423,620,174 163,500,676 35,998,250 199,498,926 623,119,100 SECTI 4.8 Sum WW rev annual c bonds an revenue b also be u presents revenues utility du Figure 4 ION 4 – mmary of W venues must apital impro nd SRF loan bond debt se used to finan the estimat under existi uring the fore 4-6 Wastew PROPO Wastewat be at least ovements an ns while mai ervice covera nce the WW ted financia ing rates are ecast period water Finan SED WA WA ter Revenu sufficient to nd debt serv intaining an age requirem utility’s ma l plan of th e not sufficie without futu ncial Plan ASTEWA ASTEWATER 4- 20 ue and Rev o finance th vice costs on adequate op ments. Annu ajor capital i he WW ent ent to meet th ure revenue i ATER RA M & STORMWA venue Req he WW utili n existing a perating res ual revenues improvemen terprise whi he total reve increases. ATES Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH quirement ity’s O&M and proposed serve and co or existing r nt program. F ich shows t enue requirem . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP ts expense, ro d senior rev omplying wi reserve fund Figure 4-6 b that annual ments of the District POSAL outine venue th all ds can below WW WW SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 21 A summary of the financial plan showing projected WW revenues and WW revenue requirements for the District during the forecast period is presented in Table 4-10. Line 1 of Table 4-10 shows projected WW user charge revenue that is required in order to balance the revenue requirements through FY20. The magnitude of the increase shown for each year was selected based on consideration of three principal criteria: (1) Total revenue necessary to meet cash requirements for normal WW operations. This includes consideration of a one-month lag in the receipt of additional user charge revenue from increased rates, (2) Annual increases in WW revenues available to cash finance a portion of the WW utility related major capital improvements, and (3) WW revenue required to meet certain financial metrics, based on comments from the District’s rating agencies, including debt service coverage levels and strong liquidity position over the Rate Proposal period. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 22 Table 4-10 – Wastewater Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Wastewater Revenue Subtotal Subtotal 1. User Charge Revenue 280,817,877$ 313,591,980$ 341,628,032$ 376,598,004$ 414,941,775$ 457,442,232$ 1,590,610,042$ 2,185,019,899$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Other Operating Revenue 4,796,155$ 2,201,279$ 2,199,876$ 1,715,172$ 1,243,378$ 730,516$ 5,888,941$ 12,886,374$ 3. Non-Operating Revenue 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 888,000 1,332,000 4. Connection Fee Revenue 683,000 689,830 696,728 703,696 710,733 717,840 2,828,996 4,201,826 5.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 5,701,155$ 3,113,109$ 3,118,604$ 2,640,867$ 2,176,110$ 1,670,356$ 9,605,937$ 18,420,201$ 6.Total: Wastewater Revenue 286,519,032$ 316,705,089$ 344,746,636$ 379,238,871$ 417,117,885$ 459,112,587$ 1,600,215,979$ 2,203,440,100$ % Change 8.0% 10.5% 8.9% 10.0% 10.0% 10.1% Wastewater Expenditures 7. Operating Expenses (169,363,203)$ (178,481,265)$ (176,389,110)$ (180,102,367)$ (186,374,873)$ (193,091,871)$ (735,958,222)$ (1,083,802,690)$ 8.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 117,155,828$ 138,223,824$ 168,357,525$ 199,136,504$ 230,743,012$ 266,020,716$ 864,257,758$ 1,119,637,409$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 9. Existing (39,367,299)$ (44,851,007)$ (46,655,486)$ (46,468,892)$ (46,476,019)$ (46,535,144)$ (186,135,542)$ (270,353,847)$ 10. Proposed - (4,844,021) (15,547,229) (28,325,958) (43,336,844) (61,212,275) (148,422,306) (153,266,327) 11.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (39,367,299)$ (49,695,028)$ (62,202,715)$ (74,794,851)$ (89,812,863)$ (107,747,419)$ (334,557,848)$ (423,620,174)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 12. Existing (25,295,222)$ (27,674,382)$ (27,592,947)$ (27,627,707)$ (27,646,335)$ (27,664,083)$ (110,531,072)$ (163,500,676)$ 13. Proposed (835,678) (3,029,860) (5,345,304) (7,172,641) (8,922,975) (10,691,793) (32,132,712) (35,998,250) 14.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (26,130,899)$ (30,704,242)$ (32,938,251)$ (34,800,348)$ (36,569,310)$ (38,355,876)$ (142,663,785)$ (199,498,926)$ 15.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (65,498,198)$ (80,399,270)$ (95,140,966)$ (109,595,199)$ (126,382,173)$ (146,103,295)$ (477,221,633)$ (623,119,100)$ 16. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (43,771,640)$ (43,884,789)$ (73,958,600)$ (85,033,814)$ (103,114,490)$ (114,196,780)$ (376,303,683)$ (463,960,112)$ 17. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (4,489,587) (6,322,090) (6,034,848) (5,194,950) (5,101,732) (5,281,442) (21,612,972) (32,424,648) 18. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - 19.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (113,759,425)$ (130,606,149)$ (175,134,414)$ (199,823,962)$ (234,598,395)$ (265,581,516)$ (875,138,288)$ (1,119,503,861)$ 20.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (283,122,628)$ (309,087,414)$ (351,523,525)$ (379,926,329)$ (420,973,268)$ (458,673,387)$ (1,611,096,509)$ (2,203,306,551)$ % Change 12.7% 9.2% 13.7% 8.1% 10.8% 9.0% 21.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)3,396,404$ 7,617,675$ (6,776,889)$ (687,458)$ (3,855,383)$ 439,200$ (10,880,530)$ 133,548$ Combined Operating Reserve 22. Beginning Balance (3) 40,619,238$ 44,015,642$ 51,633,317$ 44,856,428$ 44,168,970$ 40,313,587$ 23. Ending Balance (3) 44,015,642 51,633,317 44,856,428 44,168,970 40,313,587 40,752,786 Actual Debt Service 24. Senior Revenue Bonds 38,344,215$ 48,292,590$ 61,058,590$ 73,328,590$ 88,174,340$ 105,720,178$ 25. SRF Loans 24,086,811 28,980,783 32,065,103 33,893,000 35,656,179 37,440,693 26.Total: Debt Service 62,431,026$ 77,273,373$ 93,123,693$ 107,221,590$ 123,830,519$ 143,160,871$ Debt Service Coverage 27. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.06 2.86 2.76 2.72 2.62 2.52 28. Total Debt (5)1.88 1.79 1.81 1.86 1.86 1.86 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 23 In addition to the WW revenue generated from WW user charges, other revenue identified in line 2 through 4 of Table 4-10 includes other operating revenue, interest earnings, and connection fee revenue (previously presented on Table 4-5). Total revenue is projected to be $286.5 million in FY15 and increase to $459.1 million in FY20, as shown by line 6 of Table 4- 10. This represents an overall annual compound increase of 9.6% during this time period. The WW utility’s O&M expenses, previously introduced in Table 4-6, are shown on line 7 of Table 4-10. Line 8 of Table 4-10 shows the estimated net revenue remaining after deducting WW O&M expenses from total WW revenues (line 6 minus line 7). Anticipated debt service requirements on senior revenue bonds and SRF loans are presented on lines 9 through 15, as presented previously on Table 4-9. These projected debt obligations will require the District to obtain additional revenue bond authorization in the amount of $900 million before the start of FY18. Sewer service charge revenue used to finance a portion of the major capital improvement program are reported as a cost on line 16. Line 17 shows the non-recurring projects and studies, as previously presented on Table 4-7, line 11, which are completely financed by annual revenues. Operating reserve deposits required to maintain the minimum balance in the WW operating reserve are shown in line 18. Since the balance is projected to exceed the minimum, no planned contributions to the fund are included. The total annual surplus or deficit is presented in line 21. Positive balances indicate a projected increase in the operating reserves, while negative balances indicate the need to draw down available fund balances. The beginning and ending balance of the operating reserve is shown on lines 22 and 23. An additional consideration in measuring the adequacy of revenues is the provision of sufficient debt service coverage to meet the actual debt service paid to the bondholders on the senior revenue bonds and on the SRF loans as previously presented in Table 4-9. Line 27 shows the debt service coverage of the senior revenue bond debt service, i.e., the ratio of net revenue (line 8) to total senior revenue bond debt service (line 24) for each year of the study period. Line 28 shows the debt service coverage of the combined senior revenue bond and SRF debt service, i.e., the ratio of net revenue (line 8) to total debt service (line 26) for each year of the study period. Current WW revenue bond covenants require the District to provide debt service coverage equal to at least 125% (>1.25x) of the annual principal and interest payment on all senior revenue bonds and 115% (>1.15x) of the combined annual principal and interest payment on all WW senior revenue bonds and all SRF loans. Further, the rating agencies have all noted that the District’s current credit rating could be compromised if projected senior debt service coverage fell below the 2.4x to 2.9x range and projected total debt coverage fell below the 1.6x to 1.8x range. The Rate Proposal is designed to maintain a senior debt service coverage ratio of at least 2.50x over the Rate Proposal period. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 24 4.9 Cost of Service Analysis The basic principle in the establishment of cost of service rates is to achieve general fairness in the recovery of costs from various classes of customers. The approach used in this Study is based on the principles endorsed by the Water Environment Federation (WEF); which allows the District to demonstrate rates have not been set in an arbitrary manner and one class of customer is not subsidizing another to an unjustifiable extent, or in a manner that is not approved and supported by the District. It is common for utilities to use a test year when performing a cost of service study. FY17 is being used as the cost of service test year for all subsequent tables presented in this report. Test year refers to the year used to design rates. For FY18 through FY20, across-the-board rate increases have been applied to the base service and volume charges with the understanding that the test year is representative of operating conditions for the next few years. Compliance charges and high strength surcharges are projected to increase consistent with future operating cost increases. The cost of service process begins with the total District expenditures for the test year, and these costs are allocated between the two distinct services provided by the District: WW and SW. As is necessary, the SW costs are presented throughout this section but have been segregated and are kept off to the side while performing the cost allocations for the WW system. Once separated from the SW costs, the WW system costs have been allocated between customer classes based on their estimated demand requirements and recognizing the different costs associated with serving different customer classes. Factors considered in determining service requirements include the volume of WW contributed, peak WW contributions, WW strength, number of accounts and the relative responsibility for infiltration/inflow entering the WW sewer system. Figure 4-7 presents a schematic of the general steps involved in a cost of service process. As seen in Figure 4-7, the cost of service process takes the total District costs and allocates a portion of them to SW services. The allocation of costs to functions and customer classes primarily centers around the WW system and the SW cost recovery is discussed in greater detail in Section 5. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4- 25 Figure 4-7 – Cost of Service Process Net Revenue RequirementsAdmin/GeneralCustomersMetersStormwaterConveyanceCollectionTreatmentVolumeCapacityTSSBOD/CODComplianceBilling & CollectionsAdminServiceCostsCustomer ClassesResidentialHigh StrengthNon‐ResidentialSystem AvailabilityMeter R&RBillingAllocation to Cost ComponentsAllocateto Categories of ServiceAllocation of Costs to FunctionsCost of Service ProcessWastewaterCompliance SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-26 4.9.1 Cost Allocations As mentioned previously, the test year for performing the cost of service analysis is FY17. Revenue requirements identified as part of the Rate Proposal were used as the basis for the cost of service allocations, and were shown in Table 4-10. The cost of service methodology necessitated that the revenue requirements be allocated into functional categories presented in Figure 4-7. The revenue requirements were allocated to the functional categories based on allocation factors developed by District staff using available data, and generally accepted industry practices, and were then reviewed to ensure the appropriate allocation factors were applied. For example, operating costs for the customer service center were allocated to customer service and billing; costs for operating the treatment plants were allocated to treatment; and collection costs were allocated between collection and conveyance. General and administrative cost elements are allocated based on the weighted average allocation of the direct costs. Capital costs (debt service requirements and rate-funded capital) were allocated based on the allocation of the District’s fixed assets, and not on the allocation of specific debt issuances. The estimated test year FY17 plant investment consists of assets in service as of June 30, 2016, and the estimated costs of proposed capital improvements to be placed in service through the FY17 test year. Total plant investment, on an original cost less accumulated depreciation basis, was allocated to functional cost components. For example, the investment in the sanitary sewer system, consisting of mains and pumping stations, is related to maximum rates of flow and is allocated to the capacity cost component. Test year plant investment in WW facilities on an original cost less depreciation value basis is projected to total $2.84 billion in FY17. The allocation of total plant investment is used as the basis to allocate total routine capital improvements, cash-financed capital, and annual debt service requirements. The test year cost of service to be recovered by the District is equal to $373.9 million with operating expenses equal to $197.1 million and capital costs equal to $176.8 million, as shown in Table 4-11. The allocations of these costs to each functional category are also shown in Table 4-11. These costs are offset by miscellaneous revenue sources to arrive at the net functional category costs that are used to develop unit costs of service. The detailed allocations and calculations performed can be followed in the electronic rate model. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-27 Table 4-11 – FY17 Test Year Cost Allocation Results 4.9.2 Cost Classification The functionalized costs are next allocated to their cost components in accordance with how the facilities are designed. In this step of the cost of service process, costs are apportioned to the functional cost drivers of volume, capacity, compliance, WW strength, and customer and billing. The separation of costs into functional cost components provides a means for distributing such costs to the various cost drivers on the basis of respective responsibilities for each particular type of service. The following are the principal functional cost components: - Volume Costs are those which vary directly with the quantity of WW contributed and include capital costs related to investment in system facilities sized on the basis of WW volume and O&M expense related to those facilities. - Capacity Costs are related to facilities that are designed to meet the maximum or peak rates of WW flow. - Compliance Costs are those incurred running the commercial monitoring and compliance program. - Customer & Billing Costs are related to the costs of customer service functions, such as billing and support, collections, etc. - WW Strength Costs (TSS/BOD/COD) consist of the O&M and capital costs related to system facilities that are designed principally on the basis of the quantity of pollutants in the WW. Strength costs are further separated into biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and total suspended solids (TSS) related costs. The District also monitors chemical oxygen demand (COD) at the treatment plant and for certain high strength Functional Categories Operating Capital Total % of Total Collection 45,199,746$ 74,132,692$ 119,332,437$ 31.9% Conveyance 18,571,537 33,756,624 52,328,161 14.0% Treatment 55,524,295 34,302,922 89,827,217 24.0% Compliance 5,647,663 - 5,647,663 1.5% Customer 19,145,563 - 19,145,563 5.1% WW General & Admin (12,126,569) 3,127,420 (8,999,149) -2.4% Stormwater 15,913,118 30,165,539 46,078,657 12.3% General & Admin 49,244,760 1,277,740 50,522,499 13.5% Subtotal: Functional Categories 197,120,112$ 176,762,936$ 373,883,048$ 100.0% Less: Miscellaneous Revenue Offsets (2,890,043) (1,611,728) (4,501,771) Total: Net Functional Category Costs 194,230,070$ 175,151,208$ 369,381,277$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-28 customers. Since historic data has consistently indicated a stable relationship between BOD and COD loadings, the COD and BOD surcharge units of service are combined as equivalent BOD units and presented as a single functional cost component. - SW Costs are those operating and capital costs that will be incurred to deliver the increased service level for the SW utility beginning in FY17. Other operating and non-operating revenues are used to offset the allocated costs of service and are therefore deducted from total test year revenue requirements at this point. The net results of the cost classification are presented in Table 4-12. Additional detail behind specific allocation factors and support can be found in the electronic rate model. Table 4-12 – FY17 Test Year Cost Classification Summary 4.9.3 District-wide Cost of Service Summary The subsequent step in the cost of service process is using customer class units of service to allocate the classified costs (Table 4-12) to specific customer classes. Before discussing these steps, the District-wide cost of service results are presented. Table 4-13 presents the allocation of total District costs and revenue offsets into operating and capital components. For the test year FY17, approximately 53% of total annual revenue needs are related to operating expenses and the remaining 47% is due to capital expenditures. Costs of Service Volume Capacity Compliance Customer & Billing TSS BOD Stormwater Total Operating Costs Collection (1) 4,541,797$ 36,334,379$ -$ 4,184,398$ -$ -$ -$ 45,060,575$ Conveyance (1) 3,732,240 14,928,961 - - - - - 18,661,202 Treatment 25,323,537 2,944,597 - - 10,786,525 16,594,012 - 55,648,672 Compliance 1,191,735 397,245 2,033,159 784,255 595,868 590,752 - 5,593,013 Billing & Customer - - - 17,724,141 - - - 17,724,141 WW General & Admin (2,927,882) (4,595,593) (171,111) (1,909,834) (957,947) (1,446,276) - (12,008,643) Stormwater - - - - - - 15,028,344 15,028,344 General & Admin 10,610,344 16,653,960 620,090 6,921,044 3,471,500 5,241,158 5,004,669 48,522,766 Subtotal: Operating Costs 42,471,773$ 66,663,550$ 2,482,137$ 27,704,003$ 13,895,947$ 20,979,645$ 20,033,013$ 194,230,070$ Capital Costs Collection (1) 16,873,800$ 67,495,200$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 84,369,000$ Conveyance (1) 7,683,554 30,734,215 - - - - - 38,417,769 Treatment 17,719,595 2,060,418 - - 7,547,637 11,818,399 - 39,146,049 Compliance - - - - - - - - Billing & Customer - - - - - - - - WW General & Admin 929,852 2,205,805 - - 166,005 259,937 - 3,561,600 Stormwater - - - - - - 8,201,661 8,201,661 General & Admin 379,901 901,205 - - 67,823 106,200 - 1,455,129 Subtotal: Capital Costs 43,586,702$ 103,396,843$ -$ -$ 7,781,465$ 12,184,537$ 8,201,661$ 175,151,208$ Total: Costs of Service 86,058,475$ 170,060,394$ 2,482,137$ 27,704,003$ 21,677,411$ 33,164,182$ 28,234,674$ 369,381,277$ % of Total Costs 23.3% 46.0% 0.7% 7.5% 5.9% 9.0% 7.6% 100.0% (1) Collection v. Conveyance is based on the ratio of 18" and larger pipe (conveyance) v. 15" and smaller (collection) SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-29 Table 4-13 – District Cost of Service Summary: Operating v. Capital Considering the overall District costs as they are allocated between the WW and SW utilities is an important component of this Rate Proposal. District operations and engineering staff have developed an estimated level of service that has been used in preparing the allocations. The supporting information is presented in Appendix 7.5.1. A summary of the costs of service is shown in Table 4-14 which shows approximately 92% of total costs are allocable to the WW utility. The multiple step, base-extra capacity COS allocation methodology that is used to develop these cost allocations is built on and consistent with industry-accepted standards. The allocation of costs used to develop the financial plan (Table 4-10) is performed more holistically as general cost sharing between utility services. While the financial plan has been linked to the cost of service results, these different processes may result in slightly different costs recovered from each utility. The recommended rates comply with cost of service principles and equitably recover revenues as outlined in the cost of service. District-wide Cost of Service Test Year: 2017 Operating Capital Total Revenue Requirements Operating Expenses 197,120,112$ -$ 197,120,112$ Annual Debt Service - 95,140,966 95,140,966 Routine Annual Capital Improvements - 3,958,600 3,958,600 Cash Financing of Major Capital Improvements - 78,405,411 78,405,411 Non-Recurring Projects & Studies - 6,034,848 6,034,848 Contributions to Operating Reserve - (6,776,889) (6,776,889) Subtotal: Revenue Requirements 197,120,112$ 176,762,936$ 373,883,048$ Less Revenue Requirements met from Other Sources Billing Adjustment 2,317,105$ -$ 2,317,105$ Other Fees (758,000) (815,000) (1,573,000) Miscellaneous Revenue (4,296,648) - (4,296,648) Non-Operating Revenue (152,500) (100,000) (252,500) Connection Fee Revenue - (696,728) (696,728) Subtotal: Revenue Requirements met from Other Sources (2,890,043)$ (1,611,728)$ (4,501,771)$ Total: Net Costs to be Recovered from Charges 194,230,070$ 175,151,208$ 369,381,277$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-30 Table 4-14 – District Cost of Service Summary: Wastewater v. Stormwater 4.9.4 Development of Customer Class Units of Service The total cost responsibility for each customer class is determined by developing WW system unit costs of service for each cost component and applying these unit costs to the respective service requirements of each customer class. In accomplishing this, each customer class is allocated a share of volume, capacity, strength and customer costs for which it is responsible. Customers are divided into customer classes that represent a particular type of service requirement or load on the system. The residential customer class includes residents living in single family and multi-family dwellings. The non-residential class includes all customers not included in the residential class such as commercial, government, industrial etc. WW strengths in excess of the normal WW strength thresholds, which are contributed by a portion of the non- residential class, are segregated into a separate surcharge customer group. The determination of customer class responsibility for costs of service requires that the customer classes be allocated a portion of the volume, capacity, strength and customer costs of service according to their respective service requirements. Service requirements or units of service for the respective customer classes are developed in Table 4-15 for FY17. Annual contributed WW District-Wide Cost of Service Test Year: 2017 Wastewater Stormwater Total Revenue Requirements Operating Expenses 175,907,682$ 21,212,431$ 197,120,112$ Annual Debt Service 95,140,966 - 95,140,966 Routine Annual Capital Improvements 3,958,600 - 3,958,600 Cash Financing of Major Capital Improvements 70,000,000 8,405,411 78,405,411 Non-Recurring Projects & Studies 6,034,848 - 6,034,848 Contributions to Operating Reserve (6,776,889) - (6,776,889) Subtotal: Revenue Requirements 344,265,207$ 29,617,841$ 373,883,048$ Less Revenue Requirements met from Other Sources Billing Adjustment 2,339,700$ (22,595)$ 2,317,105$ Other Fees (1,368,800) (204,200) (1,573,000) Miscellaneous Revenue (3,170,776) (1,125,872) (4,296,648) Non-Operating Revenue (222,000) (30,500) (252,500) Connection Fee Revenue (696,728) - (696,728) Subtotal: Revenue Requirements met from Other Sources (3,118,604)$ (1,383,167)$ (4,501,771)$ Total: Net Costs to be Recovered from Charges 341,146,603$ 28,234,674$ 369,381,277$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-31 volume and number of bills are based on the projected number of WW customers served by the District according to the growth assumptions identified in Section 4.2. As previously discussed, billable WW volume for unmetered residential customers is based on indoor water usage attributes. Billable WW volume for metered residential customers is based on water usage during the best equated period, and billable WW volume for all non-residential customers is based on actual water usage less exemption allowances for water not contributed to the sewer system. Infiltration/inflow (I/I) includes flow entering the sewer system from illegal roof and foundation drains, groundwater infiltration through sewer service pipe and main joints and SW runoff or inflow from the combined sewer system. District-wide I/I is approximately 50% of the total WW flow reaching the treatment plants on an annual basis. Each customer class should bear its proportionate share of the costs associated with I/I, as the WW system must be adequate to convey and process the total WW flow. The amount of I/I to be recovered directly from WW service charges is assigned to customer classes on the premise that 40% of the total is distributed on the basis of the number of customers within each class, with the remaining 60% allocated on the basis of contributed WW volume. These percentages are based on independent engineering studies completed in January 2005 by CDM and presented in the February 2007 WW and SW Rate Proposal. The results of this study were reviewed and are still considered reasonable. The responsibility for collection system capacity related costs varies with the peak flow of both contributed WW and infiltration/inflow attributable to each customer class. Contributed flows are estimated to have a peak to average flow ratio of 1.21 times, while the I/I is estimated to have a peak to average flow ratio of 3.72 times the average flow for I/I. The BOD and TSS responsibility of each customer class is based on average strength concentrations and contributed WW volume for each class. Recent operational statistics for the existing WW treatment plants indicate that the average influent strength of WW is 100 milligrams per liter (mg/l) for BOD and 170 mg/l for suspended solids. Deducting allowances for I/I and excess strength units subject to surcharge from the total WW strength units, results in an average contributed WW strength of approximately 275 mg/l for BOD and 200 mg/l for suspended solids. Average contributed WW strengths are estimated to be the same for all customer classes recognizing that the type of residential and non-residential development in the District suggests that differences in average WW strengths among the classes are not likely to be significant. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-32 Customer billing and collection costs are distributed to customer classes on the basis of the number of bills for each customer class. Environmental compliance costs are based on a five-tier system to recover costs more equitably from non-residential customers. To allocate costs for this proposed rate structure, non-residential customers must be expressed in terms of equivalent bills. Equivalent bills are used to equate relative cost responsibility of higher tier customers to those of Tier 1 customers. For example, one Tier 5 customer pays the equivalent compliance charge of eighty-five Tier 1 customers. The units of service are presented in Table 4-15. Table 4-15 – Wastewater Units of Service 4.9.5 Distribution of Costs to Customer Classes The costs of service to be recovered from WW charges include net O&M costs and total net capital costs from Table 4-12. These costs are distributed to the various customer classes by application of the unit costs of service to respective service requirements as shown in Table 4-16. Unit costs of service for each functional cost component are based on the total cost divided by the total applicable units of service (line 1 in Table 4-16). Applying these common unit costs of service to the respective service requirements of each customer class determines the total allocated cost of service for each class. COS Units of Service Development Contributed Contributed Contributed Loadings Test Year: FY 2017 Volume Capacity TSS BOD No. of Bills ccf ccf lbs lbs Annual Compliance Eq Metered Customers 1. Single Family 22,574,396 27,315,019 38,754,989 28,185,447 3,606,290 - 2. Multi-Family 8,351,677 10,105,529 14,337,888 10,427,555 242,442 - 3. Non-Residential Customers 23,363,880 28,270,295 54,190,350 45,419,163 288,392 868,679 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers 54,289,953 65,690,843 107,283,226 84,032,165 4,137,124 868,679 Unmetered Customers (1) 5. Single Family 6,190,641 7,490,676 10,627,891 7,729,375 687,108 - 6. Multi-Family 4,202,551 5,085,087 7,214,803 5,247,129 243,084 - 7. Non-Residential - - - - - - 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 10,393,192 12,575,762 17,842,694 12,976,505 930,192 - Infiltration & Inflow 9. Local Collection System 53,428,278 198,753,193 33,354,157 3,335,416 - - 10. Conveyance Interceptors 11,254,867 41,868,106 7,026,178 702,618 - - 11.Subtotal: Infiltration & Inflow 64,683,145 240,621,299 40,380,335 4,038,033 - - Total Wastewater Volume 12. Single Family 28,765,037 34,805,695 49,382,880 35,914,822 4,293,398 - 13. Multi-Family 12,554,228 15,190,616 21,552,691 15,674,684 485,526 - 14. Non-Residential 23,363,880 28,270,295 54,190,350 45,419,163 288,392 868,679 15. Infiltration & Inflow 64,683,145 240,621,299 40,380,335 4,038,033 - - 16.Total: Wastewater Volume 129,366,290 318,887,905 165,506,255 101,046,703 5,067,316 868,679 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-33 Table 4-16 – Development of Wastewater Unit Costs of Service After identifying the unit costs of service for each of the system functions, the costs are allocated to specific customer classes based on the proportionate demand each places on the system. The development of costs allocable to each customer class is presented in Table 4-17. In developing this allocation, the I/I costs have been redistributed to each customer class based on the proportional share of the system (both on an account and volumetric basis). Development of Unit Costs of Service Volume Capacity Compliance Customer & Billing TSS BOD Stormwater Total 1. Units of Service 129,366,290 318,887,905 868,679 5,067,316 165,506,255 101,046,703 - Units ccf ccf Compl Eq Bills Total Bills lbs TSS lbs BOD Assessed Value - Operating Costs 2. Collection 4,541,797$ 36,334,379$ -$ 4,184,398$ -$ -$ -$ 45,060,575$ 3. Conveyance 3,732,240 14,928,961 - - - - - 18,661,202 4. Treatment 25,323,537 2,944,597 - - 10,786,525 16,594,012 - 55,648,672 5. Compliance 1,191,735 397,245 2,033,159 784,255 595,868 590,752 - 5,593,013 6. Billing & Customer - - - 17,724,141 - - - 17,724,141 7. WW General & Admin (2,927,882) (4,595,593) (171,111) (1,909,834) (957,947) (1,446,276) - (12,008,643) 8. Stormwater - - - - - - 15,028,344 15,028,344 9. General & Admin 10,610,344 16,653,960 620,090 6,921,044 3,471,500 5,241,158 5,004,669 48,522,766 10.Subtotal: Operating Costs 42,471,773$ 66,663,550$ 2,482,137$ 27,704,003$ 13,895,947$ 20,979,645$ 20,033,013$ 194,230,070$ Capital Costs 11. Collection 16,873,800$ 67,495,200$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 84,369,000$ 12. Conveyance 7,683,554 30,734,215 - - - - - 38,417,769 13. Treatment 17,719,595 2,060,418 - - 7,547,637 11,818,399 - 39,146,049 14. Compliance - - - - - - - - 15. Billing & Customer - - - - - - - - 16. WW General & Admin 929,852 2,205,805 - - 166,005 259,937 - 3,561,600 17. Stormwater - - - - - - 8,201,661 8,201,661 18. General & Admin 379,901 901,205 - - 67,823 106,200 - 1,455,129 19.Subtotal: Capital Costs 43,586,702$ 103,396,843$ -$ -$ 7,781,465$ 12,184,537$ 8,201,661$ 175,151,208$ 20.Total: Costs of Service 86,058,475$ 170,060,394$ 2,482,137$ 27,704,003$ 21,677,411$ 33,164,182$ 28,234,674$ 369,381,277$ % of Total Costs 23.3% 46.0% 0.7% 7.5% 5.9% 9.0% 7.6% 100.0% Unit Costs ($/unit) 21. Operating Unit Costs $ 0.3283 $ 0.2091 $ 2.8574 $ 5.4672 $ 0.0840 $ 0.2076 $ 0.0000 22. Capital Unit Costs $ 0.3369 $ 0.3242 $ 0.0000 $ 0.0000 $ 0.0470 $ 0.1206 $ 0.0000 23.Total: Unit Costs $ 0.6652 $ 0.5333 $ 2.8574 $ 5.4672 $ 0.1310 $ 0.3282 $ 0.0000 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-34 Table 4-17 – Allocation of Wastewater Costs of Service to Customer Classes Once the costs have been allocated to each customer class, the allocated costs are compared to the level of revenue recovery under the approved rates for FY16 to determine the magnitude of indicated revenue increases for each customer class that provides equitable and sufficient revenue recovery. The comparison presented in Table 4-18 shows that an overall revenue increase of 9.24% is needed to meet the revenue requirements in FY17. These increases are projected with slight variations to each customer class based on the cost of service results. The specific rates recommended to meet the cost of service results are presented in section 4.10.2. Volume Capacity Compliance Customer & Billing TSS BOD Total 1. Calculated Unit Costs 0.6652$ 0.5333$ 2.8574$ 5.4672$ 0.1310$ 0.3282$ Units ccf ccf Compl Eq Bills Total Bills lbs TSS lbs BOD Single Family Metered Units of Service 2. Sanitary Contributions 22,574,396 27,315,019 - 3,606,290 38,754,989 28,185,447 3. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 31,958,029 118,883,867 - - 19,950,729 1,995,073 4.Subtotal: Metered Units of Service 54,532,425 146,198,886 - 3,606,290 58,705,718 30,180,520 5. Allocated Costs 36,276,663$ 77,966,708$ -$ 19,716,290$ 7,689,063$ 9,905,442$ 151,554,166$ Unmetered Units of Service 6. Sanitary Contributions 6,190,641 7,490,676 - 687,108 10,627,891 7,729,375 7. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 7,222,696 26,868,429 - - 4,508,978 450,898 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Units of Service 13,413,337 34,359,105 - 687,108 15,136,869 8,180,273 9. Allocated Costs 8,922,969$ 18,323,438$ -$ 3,756,553$ 1,982,572$ 2,684,819$ 35,670,351$ Multi-Family Metered Units of Service 10. Sanitary Contributions 8,351,677 10,105,529 - 242,442 14,337,888 10,427,555 11. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 6,248,893 23,245,883 - - 3,901,053 390,105 12.Subtotal: Metered Units of Service 14,600,570 33,351,412 - 242,442 18,238,941 10,817,660 13. Allocated Costs 9,712,753$ 17,786,044$ -$ 1,325,478$ 2,388,871$ 3,550,426$ 34,763,571$ Unmetered Units of Service 14. Sanitary Contributions 4,202,551 5,085,087 - 243,084 7,214,803 5,247,129 15. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 3,762,696 13,997,227 - - 2,348,972 234,897 16.Subtotal: Unmetered Units of Service 7,965,247 19,082,314 - 243,084 9,563,775 5,482,027 17. Allocated Costs 5,298,729$ 10,176,447$ -$ 1,328,988$ 1,252,629$ 1,799,237$ 19,856,029$ Non-Residential Metered Units of Service 18. Sanitary Contributions 23,363,880 28,270,295 868,679 288,392 54,190,350 45,419,163 19. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 15,490,832 57,625,893 - - 9,670,602 967,060 20.Subtotal: Metered Units of Service 38,854,712 85,896,188 868,679 288,392 63,860,952 46,386,224 21. Allocated Costs 25,847,361$ 45,807,757$ 2,482,137$ 1,576,695$ 8,364,277$ 15,224,259$ 99,302,486$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-35 Table 4-18 Comparison of Existing Revenue to Wastewater Cost of Service 4.10 Wastewater Rate Adjustments The principal consideration in designing WW rate schedules is to establish charges to customers that are reasonably commensurate with the cost of providing WW service. Theoretically, the only method of assessing entirely equitable charges for WW service would be determination of each customer’s bill based upon the customer’s particular service requirements. Since this is impractical for the thousands of customers served by the District, schedules of rates are normally designed to meet average conditions for groups of customers having similar service requirements. Practicality also requires that rates be reasonably simple to apply, recover costs proportionately from all classes and be subject to as few misinterpretations as possible. 4.10.1 Existing Wastewater Rates The existing schedule of rates for WW service shown in Table 4-1 became effective on July 1, 2014. The rates consist of monthly service charges, a uniform volume charge, and extra strength surcharges for BOD in excess of 300 mg/l or COD in excess of 600 mg/l and suspended solids in excess of 300 mg/l. The service charges include a billing and collection component and a system availability component that are applicable to all customer classes and a tiered compliance charge that is only applicable to non-residential customers. The uniform volume charge for metered Test Year: 2017 Total Revenue Under Indicated % Cost of Service Approved FY16 Rates Change Req'd Metered Customers Single Family 151,554,166$ 138,279,355$ 9.60% Multi-Family 34,763,571 31,233,450 11.30% Non-Residential 99,302,486 89,043,701 11.52% Subtotal: Metered Customers 285,620,222$ 258,556,505$ 10.47% Unmetered Customers Single Family 35,670,351$ 34,372,066 3.78% Multi-Family 19,856,029 19,349,200 2.62% Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 55,526,381$ 53,721,266$ 3.36% Total System Single Family 187,224,517$ 172,651,420$ 8.44% Multi-Family 54,619,600 50,582,650 7.98% Non-Residential 99,302,486 89,043,701 11.52% Infiltration & Inflow - - - Subtotal: Total System 341,146,603$ 312,277,771$ 9.24% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-36 customers is also applied to the attribute based WW volumes recognized for billing unmetered customers. 4.10.2 Impact on Customer Classes with Proposed Wastewater Rates The proposed WW rates presented in Table 4-19 were developed using a rate model and are based on cost of service and policy considerations. These rates are assumed to be effective on July 1, 2016 (upon commencement of the District’s FY17). Table 4-19 shows a comparison between existing FY15 rates, rates approved for FY16, proposed test year FY17, and WW rates proposed for FY18 through FY20. Table 4-19 Proposed Wastewater User Charges Approved Proposed #Type of Charge (a)FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Effective Date 7/1/2014 7/1/2015 7/1/2016 7/1/2017 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 3.55 $ 3.70 $ 5.47 $ 6.06 $ 6.72 $ 7.45 2. System Availability Charge $ 12.70 $ 14.55 $ 14.05 $ 15.57 $ 17.25 $ 19.11 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 16.25 $ 18.25 $ 19.52 $ 21.63 $ 23.97 $ 26.56 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (b) 4. Tier 1 $ 9.00 $ 2.15 $ 2.86 $ 2.95 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 5. Tier 2 $ 43.55 $ 44.50 $ 57.20 $ 58.94 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 6. Tier 3 $ 92.75 $ 94.80 $ 125.84 $ 129.67 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 7. Tier 4 $ 136.00 $ 139.00 $ 185.90 $ 191.56 $ 197.90 $ 203.49 8. Tier 5 $ 179.25 $ 183.15 $ 243.10 $ 250.50 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (c) $ 25.25 $ 20.40 $ 22.38 $ 24.58 $ 27.02 $ 29.70 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 2.82 $ 3.21 $ 3.60 $ 3.99 $ 4.42 $ 4.90 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 1.83 $ 2.09 $ 2.13 $ 2.36 $ 2.62 $ 2.91 12. Per Water Closet $ 6.88 $ 7.83 $ 7.94 $ 8.80 $ 9.75 $ 10.80 13. Per Bath $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 7.34 $ 8.13 $ 9.01 14. Per Separate Shower $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 7.34 $ 8.13 $ 9.01 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (b) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 244.03 $ 251.88 $ 262.00 $ 269.97 $ 278.90 $ 286.78 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 620.14 $ 632.38 $ 658.00 $ 678.01 $ 700.43 $ 720.20 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 310.07 $ 316.19 $ 329.00 $ 339.01 $ 350.22 $ 360.11 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) These rates were judged by courts to be user charges that are not subject to the requirements of the Hancock Amendment. Rates for qualified low-income customers were established at 50% of the general service charge. (b) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (c) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTI 4.10.3 Cu The Dist customer District p 0.61% of Figure 4 presented Figure 4 Table 4- Pe For pers ION 4 – ustomer As trict provide rs participati policy. The c f the District -8 shows th d in Table 4- 4-8 – Custo -20 – CAP rsons in Fami 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 each additio son, add PROPO sistance Ch es a 50% d ing in the M current custo t’s total num he historical -20. omer Assis Poverty G ily HHS Gu $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ onal $ SED WA WA harges discount on MSD Custom omer partici mber of singl l 5-year tren stance Pro Guidelines S Poverty uidelines 11,670 15,730 19,790 23,850 27,910 31,970 36,030 40,090 $ 4,060 ASTEWA ASTEWATER 4-37 n WW servi mer Assistan ipation is ap le family and nd in the pr ogram Part Annual Inco (CAP E $ 23 $ 31 $ 39 $ 47 $ 55 $ 63 $ 72 $ 80 $ 8 ATER RA M & STORMWA ice charges nce Program pproximately d multi-fami rogram, and ticipants ome @ 200% Eligible) 3,340 1,460 9,580 7,700 5,820 3,940 2,060 0,180 ,120 ATES Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH for low-in (CAP) base y 2,200 custo ily (up to 6 u d the program Annual Inc (CAP Elig $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ 6 $ 7 $ 9 $ 10 $ 1 . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP ncome reside ed on establ omer accoun units) ratepa m guideline come @ 250% gible Elderly) 9,175 9,325 9,475 9,625 9,775 9,925 0,075 00,225 0,150 District POSAL ential lished nts or ayers. es are % SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-38 The first CAP rate was adopted by the Board of Trustees in 1993 by Ordinance 9031. Since that time numerous changes have been made to the program to remain current with the changing demographics of MSD ratepayers. Current policy defines CAP eligibility as residential customers with household income for the previous year less than 200% of the most recent Health and Human Services (HHS) poverty guidelines by household size and less than 250% for disabled individuals or those ages 65 or older. Table 4-20 shows household income limits by family size used to check a customer’s eligibility to participate in the CAP as of the date of this report. The District recently expanded the eligibility criteria to include Multi-Family residential customers residing in Multi-Family housing consisting of six units or less. In November 2014 the MSD Board approved a one-time 50% reduction in any outstanding service charges for those accepted into the program. These changes were made to assist the District’s continuing efforts to increase the number of customers participating in the program. Considerable focused outreach efforts are also a significant component of promoting the CAP. Examples of these efforts can be found in Appendix 7.4.1. The cost impact of the District’s current CAP program on a typical single family residential customer not eligible for assistance and discharging 7 Ccf per month of WW is expected to be about $0.18, or 0.42% per month of the District’s FY16 WW service charge revenue. This impact is calculated by dividing the revenue reduction associated by the CAP proposed WW rates by the general WW service volume. The impact of the change in eligibility requirements is expected to increase participation in subsequent years as the District continues to actively promote this program and increase the number of qualified low-income customers. 4.10.4 Excess Strength Wastewater Surcharges The proposed WW volume charges shown in Table 4-19 are designed to recover costs for volume associated with normal strength contributed WW. To provide for the recovery of costs associated with above average strength contributions, an extra strength surcharge rate is applied to WW loadings that exceed normal strength limits of 300 mg/l for suspended solids and 300 mg/l for BOD or 600 mg/l for COD. Cost of service based rates for excess strength WW are equal to the unit costs shown on lines 15-17, of Table 4-19 and are expressed on a cost per ton basis. 4.10.5 Compliance Charge Costs incurred by the District to monitor the quality of WW volume from non-residential customers had historically been recovered by a single monthly compliance charge applied uniformly to all non-residential customers. To provide greater cost recovery equity, a 5-tier structure of compliance charges was implemented as part of the last Rate Commission and SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-39 adopted by the Board in 2012. This tiered system allocates costs to customers in proportion to the number of inspections and sophistication of monitoring required. The total cost to monitor customers in this regulatory required compliance program is based on estimates by District environmental compliance program staff.  Tier 1 – Non-Residential Customers Not Subject to Inspections with no Sample Point.  Tier 2 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with No Sample Point  Tier 3 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with One Sample Point  Tier 4 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with Two Sample Points.  Tier 5 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with Three or More Sample Points 95% of the District’s non-residential customers are classified as Tier 1. For rate design purposes, customers in the other 4 tiers are based on an equivalent basis with Tier 1 customers by dividing their respective unit costs by the unit cost indicated for Tier 1 customers. Multiplying these cost ratios by the Tier 1 rate derives the proposed compliance rates shown in lines 4-8 of Table 4-19. Tier 1 non-residential customers currently pay $9.00 per month, and the approved charge for FY16 is $2.15 per month. Under the Proposed rates this charge increases to $2.86 per month in FY17. 4.10.6 Wastewater Revenue under Proposed Rates A comparison of allocated cost of service results for FY17 with WW revenue under the existing rates is shown in Table 4-18. As indicated, revenues under the previously approved rates are inadequate to meet the total revenue requirements. The recommended rates presented in Table 4-18 adequately recover the total cost of service, and equitably recover the allocated cost of service from each customer class. The allocation of these costs was adjusted to reflect current volume and costs. The District has not changed its rate structure in determining this re-allocation. In addition to the recovery of cost of service, the proposed rates have been designed to support the financial requirements of the system as identified throughout this Section. Table 4-21 presents a comparison under the recommended rates to the allocated costs of service. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-40 Table 4-21 – Comparison of Revenue under Proposed Rates to Cost of Service 4.11 Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates (without new authorization) The financial planning and rate design analyses presented in this report are contingent upon the authorization of $900 million of revenue bonds by District voters. If voters reject the District’s proposed revenue bond authorization, the District will be forced to finance its major capital improvement program on a 100% PAYGO basis. In recognition of this possibility, financial analyses identical to those presented earlier in this section were used to reflect the impact of rates without the benefits of additional bond authorization. This is a worst-case scenario and has only been developed for comparison purposes. The alternative rates also finance the entire CIRP previously presented by Table 4-7. The resulting rate components change to those shown in Table 4-24. This change results in an 9.8% increase in the FY17 average single family residential monthly bill, a 65.0% increase in FY18, a 13.1% increases in FY19 and a 15.0% increase in FY20. The typical single family customer bill throughout the Rate Proposal timeframe is presented in Figure 4-9 and shows the impact of not using debt financing for the CIRP beyond what has already been authorized. Test Year: 2017 Total Revenue Under Difference Under Cost of Service Proposed Rates Proposed Rates Metered Customers Single Family 151,554,166$ 151,650,478$ 0.06% Multi-Family 34,763,571 34,798,505 0.10% Non-Residential 99,302,486 99,413,874 0.11% Subtotal: Metered Customers 285,620,222$ 285,862,857$ 0.08% Unmetered Customers Single Family 35,670,351$ 35,576,538$ -0.26% Multi-Family 19,856,029 19,899,301 0.22% Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 55,526,381$ 55,475,839$ -0.09% Total System Single Family 187,224,517$ 187,227,016$ 0.00% Multi-Family 54,619,600 54,697,806 0.14% Non-Residential 99,302,486 99,413,874 0.11% Infiltration & Inflow - - - Subtotal: Total System 341,146,603$ 341,338,696$ 0.06% SECTI Figure 4 Table 4- Wastewater Cons 1.Beginning Ye Sources o 2. Senior 3. Senior 4. Cash F 5. Capita 6. State R 7. Grants 8. Intere 9.Subtota Uses of F 10. Major 11. Issuan 12. Debt S 13.Subtota 14.End of Year B ION 4 – 4-9 –Waste -22 – CIRP struction Fund Cashflow Year Balance (1) of Funds r Revenue Bond Proceeds r Revenue Bond Proceeds Financing of Construction alized Internal Labor Revolving Loan Proceeds s & Contributions st Income al: Available Funds Funds r Capital Improvements nce Costs Service Reserve Fund Dep al: Uses of Funds Balance PROPO ewater Bill P Financing FY 20 233,0$ s - Par Amount s - Premium n (PAYGO) 40,0 11,9 s 50,0 5 8 336,4$ (244,5$ (4 posits (244,9$ 91,44$ SED WA WA Comparis g Plan: No Projected 015 FY 2016 053,202 91,440,861$ - 150,000,000 - 21,526,268 000,000 40,000,000 986,382 12,465,837 000,000 30,000,000 502,407 524,621 860,000 810,000 401,991 346,767,587$ 561,131) (237,635,101)$ 400,000) (1,695,000) - (8,728,350) 961,131) (248,058,451)$ 40,861 98,709,136$ ASTEWA ASTEWATER 4-41 son: Bonds Bonds Alt FY 2017 FY 98,709,136$ 5$ 174,055,000 20,342,700 70,000,000 25 12,964,471 1 25,000,000 2 577,556 470,000 402,118,863$ 34$ )(332,511,688)$ (34$ )(1,907,454) )(11,495,500) )(345,914,642)$ (34$ 56,204,221$ $ ATER RA M & STORMWA s v. No Bon ternative Projected Y 2018 FY 2019 56,204,221 $ - - 51,789,781 334,034,82 13,483,049 14,022,37 25,000,000 25,000,00 602,919 629,39 380,000 140,00 47,459,971 373,826,59$ 47,297,471) (373,664,09$ (162,500) (162,50 - 47,459,971) (373,826,59$ - $ ATES Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH nds FY 2020 - -$ - - - - 22 399,320,990 71 14,583,266 00 25,000,000 97 657,040 00- 90 439,561,296$ $ 90) (439,398,796)$ $ 00) (162,500) - - 90) (439,561,296)$ $ - -$ . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 Subtotal Sub 174,055,000 32 20,342,700 4 1,055,145,593 1,13 55,053,157 7 100,000,000 18 2,466,912 990,000 1,408,053,362$ 1,76$ (1,492,872,045)$ (1,97$ (2,394,954) ( (11,495,500) (2 (1,506,762,498)$ (1,99$ District POSAL 5 - FY 20 btotal 24,055,000 41,868,968 35,145,593 79,505,376 80,000,000 3,493,940 2,660,000 66,728,877 75,068,276) (4,489,954) 20,223,850) 99,782,080) SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-42 Table 4-23 – No Bonds Scenario Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Wastewater Revenue Subtotal Subtotal 1. User Charge Revenue 280,817,877$ 313,591,980$ 341,628,032$ 556,111,003$ 625,199,890$ 714,857,536$ 2,237,796,461$ 2,832,206,318$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Other Operating Revenue 4,796,155$ 2,201,279$ 2,199,876$ (977,523)$ (1,790,503)$ (3,067,564)$ (3,635,715)$ 3,361,718$ 3. Non-Operating Revenue 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 888,000 1,332,000 4. Connection Fee Revenue 683,000 689,830 696,728 703,696 710,733 717,840 2,828,996 4,201,826 5.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 5,701,155$ 3,113,109$ 3,118,604$ (51,828)$ (857,771)$ (2,127,724)$ 81,281$ 8,895,545$ 6.Total: Wastewater Revenue 286,519,032$ 316,705,089$ 344,746,636$ 556,059,175$ 624,342,120$ 712,729,812$ 2,237,877,742$ 2,841,101,863$ % Change 8.0% 10.5% 8.9% 61.3% 12.3% 14.2% Wastewater Expenditures 7. Operating Expenses (169,363,203)$ (178,481,265)$ (176,389,110)$ (180,102,367)$ (186,374,873)$ (193,091,871)$ (735,958,222)$ (1,083,802,690)$ 8.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 117,155,828$ 138,223,824$ 168,357,525$ 375,956,808$ 437,967,246$ 519,637,941$ 1,501,919,521$ 1,757,299,173$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 9. Existing (39,367,299)$ (44,851,007)$ (46,655,486)$ (46,468,892)$ (46,476,019)$ (46,535,144)$ (186,135,542)$ (270,353,847)$ 10. Proposed - (4,844,021) (15,547,229) (21,454,000) (21,460,917) (21,465,917) (79,928,063) (84,772,083) 11.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (39,367,299)$ (49,695,028)$ (62,202,715)$ (67,922,892)$ (67,936,936)$ (68,001,061)$ (266,063,604)$ (355,125,931)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 12. Existing (25,295,222)$ (27,674,382)$ (27,592,947)$ (27,627,707)$ (27,646,335)$ (27,664,083)$ (110,531,072)$ (163,500,676)$ 13. Proposed (835,678) (3,029,860) (5,345,304) (7,646,393) (9,913,255) (11,752,968) (34,657,919) (38,523,457) 14.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (26,130,899)$ (30,704,242)$ (32,938,251)$ (35,274,101)$ (37,559,590)$ (39,417,050)$ (145,188,992)$ (202,024,133)$ 15.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (65,498,198)$ (80,399,270)$ (95,140,966)$ (103,196,993)$ (105,496,526)$ (107,418,111)$ (411,252,596)$ (557,150,063)$ 16. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (43,771,640)$ (43,884,789)$ (73,958,600)$ (255,823,595)$ (338,149,312)$ (403,517,769)$ (1,071,449,276)$ (1,159,105,705)$ 17. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (4,489,587) (6,322,090) (6,034,848) (5,194,950) (5,101,732) (5,281,442) (21,612,972) (32,424,648) 18. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - 19.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (113,759,425)$ (130,606,149)$ (175,134,414)$ (364,215,538)$ (448,747,570)$ (516,217,322)$ (1,504,314,844)$ (1,748,680,417)$ 20.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (283,122,628)$ (309,087,414)$ (351,523,525)$ (544,317,905)$ (635,122,443)$ (709,309,193)$ (2,240,273,066)$ (2,832,483,108)$ % Change 12.7% 9.2% 13.7% 54.8% 16.7% 11.7% 21.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)3,396,404$ 7,617,675$ (6,776,889)$ 11,741,270$ (10,780,323)$ 3,420,619$ (2,395,323)$ 8,618,755$ Combined Operating Reserve 22. Beginning Balance (3) 40,619,238$ 44,015,642$ 51,633,317$ 44,856,428$ 56,597,698$ 45,817,375$ 23. Ending Balance (3) 44,015,642 51,633,317 44,856,428 56,597,698 45,817,375 49,237,993 Actual Debt Service 24. Senior Revenue Bonds 38,344,215$ 48,292,590$ 61,058,590$ 67,923,340$ 67,920,653$ 68,018,353$ 25. SRF Loans 24,086,811 28,980,783 32,065,103 33,893,000 36,603,684 38,473,747 26.Total: Debt Service 62,431,026$ 77,273,373$ 93,123,693$ 101,816,340$ 104,524,337$ 106,492,100$ Debt Service Coverage 27. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.06 2.86 2.76 5.54 6.45 7.64 28. Total Debt (5)1.88 1.79 1.81 3.69 4.19 4.88 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-43 Table 4-24 Alternative Wastewater Rates – No Bonds Historical Approved Proposed #Type of Charge (a)FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Effective Date 7/1/2012 7/1/2013 7/1/2014 7/1/2015 7/1/2016 7/1/2017 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 3.25 $ 3.45 $ 3.55 $ 3.70 $ 5.47 $ 9.03 $ 10.21 $ 11.75 2. System Availability Charge $ 9.90 $ 11.40 $ 12.70 $ 14.55 $ 14.05 $ 23.19 $ 26.21 $ 30.15 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 13.15 $ 14.85 $ 16.25 $ 18.25 $ 19.52 $ 32.22 $ 36.42 $ 41.90 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (b) 4. Tier 1 $ 23.00 $ 16.00 $ 9.00 $ 2.15 $ 2.86 $ 2.95 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 5. Tier 2 $ 39.80 $ 41.85 $ 43.55 $ 44.50 $ 57.20 $ 58.94 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 6. Tier 3 $ 84.75 $ 89.15 $ 92.75 $ 94.80 $ 125.84 $ 129.67 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 7. Tier 4 $ 124.25 $ 130.70 $ 136.00 $ 139.00 $ 185.90 $ 191.56 $ 197.90 $ 203.49 8. Tier 5 $ 163.75 $ 172.25 $ 179.25 $ 183.15 $ 243.10 $ 250.50 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (c) $ 36.15 $ 30.85 $ 25.25 $ 20.40 $ 22.38 $ 35.17 $ 39.47 $ 45.04 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 2.28 $ 2.50 $ 2.82 $ 3.21 $ 3.60 $ 5.94 $ 6.72 $ 7.73 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 1.48 $ 1.63 $ 1.83 $ 2.09 $ 2.13 $ 3.52 $ 3.98 $ 4.58 12. Per Water Closet $ 5.56 $ 6.10 $ 6.88 $ 7.83 $ 7.94 $ 13.11 $ 14.82 $ 17.05 13. Per Bath $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 10.93 $ 12.36 $ 14.22 14. Per Separate Shower $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 10.93 $ 12.36 $ 14.22 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (b) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 244.03 $ 251.88 $ 262.00 $ 269.97 $ 278.90 $ 286.78 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 632.38 $ 658.00 $ 678.01 $ 700.43 $ 720.20 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 316.19 $ 329.00 $ 339.01 $ 350.22 $ 360.11 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) These rates were judged by courts to be user charges that are not subject to the requirements of the Hancock Amendment. Rates for qualified low-income customers were established at 50% of the general service charge. (b) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (c) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-44 Table 4-25 Typical Wastewater Bills under No Bonds Alternative Approved Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 19.07 $ 21.46 $ 23.12 $ 38.16 $ 43.14 $ 49.63 2. 5 ccf per month $ 30.35 $ 34.30 $ 37.52 $ 61.92 $ 70.02 $ 80.55 3. 7 ccf per month (Typical Customer) $ 35.99 $ 40.72 $ 44.72 $ 73.80 $ 83.46 $ 96.01 4. % Change 13.1% 9.8% 65.0% 13.1% 15.0% 5. 10 ccf per month $ 44.45 $ 50.35 $ 55.52 $ 91.62 $ 103.62 $ 119.20 6. 15 ccf per month $ 58.55 $ 66.40 $ 73.52 $ 121.32 $ 137.22 $ 157.85 7. 20 ccf per month $ 72.65 $ 82.45 $ 91.52 $ 151.02 $ 170.82 $ 196.50 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 8. 20 ccf per month $ 72.65 $ 82.45 $ 91.52 $ 151.02 $ 170.82 $ 196.50 9. 40 ccf per month $ 129.05 $ 146.65 $ 163.52 $ 269.82 $ 305.22 $ 351.10 10. 60 ccf per month $ 185.45 $ 210.85 $ 235.52 $ 388.62 $ 439.62 $ 505.70 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 11. 70 ccf per month $ 222.65 $ 245.10 $ 274.38 $ 450.97 $ 509.87 $ 586.14 12. 100 ccf per month $ 307.25 $ 341.40 $ 382.38 $ 629.17 $ 711.47 $ 818.04 13. 160 ccf per month $ 476.45 $ 534.00 $ 598.38 $ 985.57 $ 1,114.67 $ 1,281.84 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) (1) 14. 70 ccf per month $ 371.21 $ 404.07 $ 466.36 $ 648.79 $ 714.23 $ 796.27 15. 100 ccf per month $ 477.42 $ 522.48 $ 597.36 $ 850.69 $ 940.31 $ 1,053.35 16. 160 ccf per month $ 668.22 $ 737.18 $ 836.36 $ 1,230.79 $ 1,368.00 $ 1,542.32 (1) The 70, 100, and 160 ccf bills assume excess strength of 150, 200, and 250 mg/l, respectively, of suspended solids and BOD. SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-1 PROPOSED STORMWATER FUNDING MSD proposes the use of a District-wide tax structure to replace the multi-layered taxes now assessed on the real estate value of its customers’ property. This proposed funding is designed to cover the cost of SW maintenance services, capital projects and associated O&M. This section provides the basis for the District’s SW component of its Rate Proposal, its underlying assumptions, proposed tax structure and impact on MSD customers. Additional details supporting the assumptions may be found in Appendices 7.5 and 7.6. 5.1 History SW is generated when rain or snowmelt is not able to be absorbed into the ground because it falls on a hard or impervious surface, the ground is already saturated or it rains faster than the water can be absorbed. This excess water flows over the ground and then into SW inlets, sewers or directly to local ponds and streams. Unlike WW or combined sewers, SW sewers do not connect to the WW treatment plants (WWTP). Anything that is picked up by SW including trash, pesticides, pet waste, etc., as it flows over yards, streets, and parking lots will make its way into nearby lakes, creeks, and rivers. As of 2013, MSD owns and maintains approximately 3,028 miles of SW sewers and force mains, but does not own or maintain lakes and creeks. MSD is involved in helping the St. Louis region to curb water pollution by partnering with 58 municipalities (co-permittees) and St. Louis County to comply with SW permit requirements for the St. Louis Metropolitan Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4). Likewise, MSD actively works to reduce pollutants that SW picks up and carries into local bodies of water through the St. Louis County Phase II SW Management Plan. MSD maintains public storm sewers, plans and designs improvements to SW infrastructure, regulates SW drainage and floodplain impact related to development projects, and helps coordinate regional efforts to address pollution carried in or caused by SW runoff. 5.2 Existing Stormwater Rates and Taxes District SW revenue is now derived principally from ad valorem taxes. Other sources of income include a flat fee, interest earnings, late charges and other operating income. Existing SW rates and taxes levied by the District are presented in Table 5-1. On March 8, 1988 a majority of the voters approved SW service charges “To be collected only in those areas within the boundaries of The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District where the District has assumed or may in the future assume responsibility for O&M of stormwater and drainage facilities,” which election was called pursuant to Ordinance No. 7358, adopted December 23, 1987. In addition, flat rate charges of .24 SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-2 cents per month for residential and non-residential properties and .18 cents per unit for multi- residential were also approved. The outcome of William Zweig et al. v. MSD, appeal No. ED96110 (consolidated with Nos. ED96165 and ED96393) has resulted in the District reverting to a system of flat rate SW user charges, which have not increased since their implementation in 1988, and a system of ad valorem taxes that can only support basic SW operations. The current SW charges and taxes provide significantly less revenue than the former impervious area based user charges. The lower revenue levels postpone needed improvements and contribute to a deterioration of the SW system resulting from inadequate maintenance and delayed improvements. Table 5.1 – Existing & Proposed Stormwater Charges Type of Charge Current Rate Proposed Rate Regulatory Tax (District-wide per $100 Assessed Value) $.0197 $.0197 Stormwater O&M Tax (City and Near County per $100 Assessed Value) $.0682 $0 OMCI Specific Subdistrict Taxes (per $100 Assessed Value) $0.05 - $0.10 $0 Fixed Monthly Charge – Multi-Family Residential ($/unit) $0.18 $0 Fixed Monthly Charge – Single Family & Non-Res ($/account) $0.24 $0 District-wide Stormwater Tax (proposed) (per $100 Assessed Value) N/A $.1000 SW revenues consist of monthly flat rate user charges and ad valorem taxes for District-wide, SW operating costs as well as other sub-district specific taxes which fund capital projects and O&M work specific to each sub-district’s geographic area. The application of SW ad valorem taxes varies by SW service area. All WW customers are charged the flat rate user charges. All property in the MSD service area is charged $0.0197 per $100 of assessed value District-wide tax, but only customers within the District’s original service area are charged the additional $0.0682 SW O&M tax. OMCI taxes are levied for specific areas within the original service area. These dedicated sub-district taxes range from $0.05 to $0.10 per $100 of assessed property value. SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-3 The subdivided funding results in varying levels of SW services across the District. Customers paying just the District-wide tax receive only the minimal SW service needed to comply with regulatory requirements. Customers paying both the District-wide and SW O&M tax receive regulatory services and a level of maintenance up to the limits of the revenue generated by these SW taxes. Those customers paying specific OMCI taxes in addition to the District-wide and SW O&M taxes receive the highest level of SW services. This is, however, still substantially below the level needed to provide a comprehensive SW program as previously funded by the impervious area based SW charge that the State Supreme Court determined was in violation of the Hancock Amendment. SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-4 Figure 5-1 – Current Stormwater Service Level Map SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-5 5.3 Stormwater Revenue Requirements The revenue required to provide for the continued, and expanding operations of the District’s SW utility must be sufficient to meet its cash requirements for system operation. Revenue requirements include (1) total SW system O&M expenses, including regulatory; (2) expenditures for routine and any major capital improvements; and (3) provision for an adequate operating reserve. 5.3.1 Stormwater Operation and Maintenance Expense Revenue collected from the existing SW user charge and ad valorem taxes are available to fund SW related O&M expenditures. However, these revenue sources are not sufficient to fund the District’s SW operations. Therefore, the majority of SW O&M activities are the result of failures in the existing collection and conveyance system or as a reaction to customer complaints. These activities include removing blockages, open channel cleaning, repair of storm sewer line failures, and limited inlet inspections and cleanings. The specific operating divisions that provide direct service to the SW system are as follows:  Collection System – Mintert, Sulphur, and Grand Glaize services  Facilities, Garages and Shops  Operation Support Services (includes Materials Management, Customer Care and Administration)  SW Pump Stations The FY15 adopted budget is the basis for projecting existing SW O&M expenses and is adjusted for the same inflation and growth factors as WW. Table 5-2 shows FY15 SW O&M expenses to be $15.0 million. In FY17, the District plans to expand SW service levels in order to meet the needs of the community. District staff from the engineering and operations divisions have developed a comprehensive estimate for what this level of service will be, including estimated number of maintenance and field crews, capital and construction needs, personnel additions, etc. The total costs also include an appropriate portion of District services that are shared between WW and SW. These costs include things such as the administration, human resources, and finance department costs. Additionally, as part of accounting for SW O&M, a charge for materials and vehicle use is passed on to the SW utility from the WW utility to offset the cost of supplies and routine capital expenditures made by the WW system. The costs just described appear in Table 5-2, line 12. A comprehensive discussion of this level of service is provided in Appendix 7.5.1. SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-6 The total operating costs in FY17 are estimated to be approximately $20.7 million. A projection of the SW O&M costs is presented in Table 5-2 below. Table 5-2 – Stormwater Operating Expenses 5.3.3 Stormwater Major Capital Improvement Program The proposed SW CIRP is comprised of two major components. The first are capital projects within the OMCI sub-districts to complete the investments that those customers have supported through their specific taxes. The second are infrastructure rehabilitation projects that will be performed throughout the District and will be funded with a new, proposed District-wide tax for SW (this is discussed in Section 5.4). The estimated level of SW CIRP needs is presented in Figure 5-2, and a list of SW CIRP is in Appendix 7.5.2. Projected Projected Stormwater Revenue Requirements FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 General Fund Operating Expenses Subtotal Subtotal 1. Board of Trustees 485$ 508$ 663$ 748$ 715$ 726$ 2,853$ 3,846$ 2. Rate Commission 40,759 6,017 - - 59,117 8,622 67,738 114,514 3. Civil Service Commission 796 832 1,087 1,227 1,172 1,190 4,676 6,304 4. Secretary - Treasurer 130,849 137,097 179,998 204,303 196,072 200,197 780,570 1,048,516 6. Executive Director 102,273 106,902 140,302 159,194 152,726 155,881 608,103 817,278 7. General Counsel 203,493 213,366 279,686 316,926 303,717 309,643 1,209,972 1,626,830 8. Office of Human Resources 789,093 830,614 1,107,040 1,275,651 1,241,936 1,286,871 4,911,498 6,531,206 9. Engineering 1,700,989 1,761,672 1,109,198 1,193,616 1,197,389 1,232,937 4,733,140 8,195,801 10. Finance 327,740 342,844 452,792 517,042 498,941 512,335 1,981,110 2,651,694 11. Information Systems 1,045,914 1,091,946 1,436,642 1,634,256 1,571,418 1,607,504 6,249,820 8,387,680 Operations 12. Collection System 7,086,854$ 7,330,402$ 8,663,922$ 8,929,117$ 9,196,611$ 9,475,978$ 36,265,628$ 50,682,885$ 13. Pump Stations 564,752 588,158 563,355 583,129 603,625 625,060 2,375,169 3,528,079 14. Wastewater Treatment - - - - - - - - 15. Support 176,717 184,250 1,909,235 1,957,111 2,006,463 2,057,543 7,930,352 8,291,320 16.Subtotal: Operations 7,828,323$ 8,102,811$ 11,136,512$ 11,469,357$ 11,806,699$ 12,158,582$ 46,571,149$ 62,502,284$ 17. Stormwater Regulatory 4,302,072$ 4,431,134$ 4,515,326$ 4,601,117$ 4,693,139$ 4,787,002$ 18,596,584$ 27,329,790$ 18.Subtotal: General Fund Operating Expenses 16,472,786$ 17,025,743$ 20,359,246$ 21,373,437$ 21,723,040$ 22,261,489$ 85,717,212$ 119,215,742$ Other Operating Expenses 19. Water Backup Program -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 20. General Insurance Fund 350,157 369,354 493,927 570,976 558,073 580,266 2,203,242 2,922,753 21. Capital Funded in O&M Budget - - - - - - - - 22. Capitalized Internal Labor (2,025,507) (2,106,527) (2,190,788) (2,278,420) (2,369,557) (2,464,339) (9,303,104) (13,435,138) 23. Additional O&M 216,992 665,775 2,068,617 4,070,052 2,893,114 3,134,270 12,166,053 13,048,820 24.Subtotal: Other Operating Expenses (1,458,358)$ (1,071,398)$ 371,756$ 2,362,608$ 1,081,630$ 1,250,196$ 5,066,191$ 2,536,435$ Total: Operating Expenses 15,014,428$ 15,954,346$ 20,731,002$ 23,736,046$ 22,804,670$ 23,511,686$ 90,783,403$ 121,752,177$ SECTI Figure 5 5.3.4 Sto MSD ha requirem co-permi this perm issues. 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U rem Taxes w ection schedu ufficient wo s of a fiscal District POSAL uality is a Under uality harge D and inued water strict- quate Rate Under which ule, it orking l year SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-8 after which a new year’s revenues will be collected. An operating reserve equal to 240 days of SW O&M expense is reflected in this Rate Proposal. Figure 5-3 – Proposed Stormwater Service Level Map SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-9 5.4 Proposed Funding Methods Meeting the proposed increased level of SW service beginning in FY17 requires that the District develop a more equitable and consolidated SW charge. The District is proposing, and will seek voter approval, to assess a District-wide SW tax to replace the current SW O&M Tax and flat rate charges. The proposed District-wide tax rate is $0.10 per $100 of assessed property value. The subdistrict specific OMCI taxes will be eliminated as part of this Rate Proposal as well; however, the regulatory tax will remain in place. Charging this new SW District-wide Tax will provide the District with the necessary funding to meet the operating requirements of the expanded service levels. Additionally, this proposed structure will eliminate the disjointed revenue sources and provide a funding source that allows for a cohesive plan across the entire District. A summary of SW revenues under existing and proposed rates and taxes is presented in Table 5- 3 for the period FY15 through FY20. The SW tax revenues shown in Table 5-3 are developed from detailed records provided by District staff. Projected SW tax revenues shown in Table 5-3 through FY16 are based on staff projections developed for the District’s FY15 budget. This budget was approved on June 11, 2014. Table 5-1 also presents the proposed new SW Tax which will be assessed to all customers of the District. Table 5-3 –Projected Stormwater Revenue 5.5 Other Stormwater Revenue Historical and projected other SW operating revenue is presented in Table 5-4. Included in the other operating revenues are SW billing adjustments, such as late charges, refunds and other adjustments. Late charge revenue is projected to increase only slightly in upcoming years. Revenue from inspection plan review fees and submittal fees are expected to remain flat during the projection period. Miscellaneous revenue for reimbursable items and other revenue are projected to remain stable throughout the forecast period. Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Stormwater Revenues Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Subtotal Subtotal Regulatory Tax 4,918,216$ 4,942,807$ 4,967,521$ 4,992,359$ 5,017,320$ 5,042,407$ 20,019,607$ 29,880,629$ Stormwater Operating (Current) 11,709,375 11,709,375 - - - - - 23,418,750 Stormwater Operating (Proposed) - - 24,607,840 24,730,879 24,854,534 24,978,806 99,172,059 99,172,059 OMCI Districts 8,777,798 8,777,798 - - - - - 17,555,595 Stormwater Flat Fee Revenue 1,368,464 1,382,149 - - - - - 2,750,613 Subtotal: Stormwater Revenue 26,773,853$ 26,812,128$ 29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 119,191,665$ 172,777,646$ SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-10 Table 5-4 – Projected Stormwater Other Operating Revenue 5.6 Summary of Stormwater Revenue and Revenue Requirements Table 5-5 presents a summary comparison of all existing and proposed SW revenues under existing rates and taxes with projected revenue requirements for FY15 through FY20. Lines 1 through 4 show projected tax revenues available for general operations. Other SW revenue is also included, and the total SW Other Miscellaneous revenue is shown in line 10. The increased level of service can be seen from the increased revenue in FY17 O&M expense (line 14), is a summary of the detailed amounts presented in Table 5-2 and shows the portion of operations that are tied directly to regulatory requirements. Line 15 is the amount of cash financing available for major SW capital improvements which are planned to begin in FY17. The OMCI Capital Projects on line 18 have been identified by the engineering department for each of the subdistricts and will be completed to fully utilize the investments made by each jurisdiction. Line 23 presents the net annual surplus or deficit by the SW operating revenues. The negative balance in FY16 through FY20 represent use of existing fund balances to cash finance the OMCI and District capital needs. Capital spending in the OMCI funds will be $23.9 million from FY17 through FY20. During this same time period, capital spending in the SW O&M Fund and the proposed District-wide SW Fund is projected to be $46.9 million. Capital funding in the District-wide SW fund is made up of $.012 of the proposed $.10 per $100 assessed value tax levy. The declining operating reserve balance is presented in lines 24-25 and this is being reduced to fund SW activities while maintaining the District’s 240 day target balance for the SW operating reserve. Appendix 7.5.1 provides additional detail regarding these service levels. Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Subtotal Subtotal Other Operating Revenue 1. Billing Adjustments (1) 22,150$ 22,372$ 22,595$ 22,821$ 23,049$ 23,280$ 91,746$ 136,267$ 2. Bad Debt Provision - - - - - - - - Other Fees 3. Construction Inspection Fees 118,500$ 118,500$ 118,500$ 118,500$ 118,500$ 118,500$ 474,000$ 711,000$ 4. Waste Hauler Permits - - - - - - - - 5. All Other Fees (2) 85,700 85,700 85,700 85,700 85,700 85,700 342,800 514,200 6.Subtotal: Other Fees 204,200$ 204,200$ 204,200$ 204,200$ 204,200$ 204,200$ 816,800$ 1,225,200$ 7. Miscellaneous Revenues (3) 1,324,143$ 1,517,438$ 1,125,872$ 1,113,874$ 1,038,636$ 942,399$ 4,220,780$ 7,062,362$ 8.Subtotal: Other Operating Revenue 1,550,493$ 1,744,009$ 1,352,667$ 1,340,895$ 1,265,886$ 1,169,879$ 5,129,326$ 8,423,829$ 9. Other Non-Operating Revenue (4) 30,500$ 30,500$ 30,500$ 30,500$ 30,500$ 30,500$ 122,000$ 183,000$ 10. Connection Fee Revenue - - - - - - - - 11.Total: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 1,580,993$ 1,774,509$ 1,383,167$ 1,371,395$ 1,296,386$ 1,200,379$ 5,251,326$ 8,606,829$ % Change -77.1% 12.2% -22.1% -0.9% -5.5% -7.4% (1) Includes late charges, refunds, adjustments, lien interest and fees, and other adjustments, including revenue from Arnold. (2) Includes plan review fees, submittal fees, monitoring cost fees, pretreatment discharge permits, and all other fees. (3) Includes interest, reimbursements, reimbursable engineering and maintenance, and all other miscellaneous revenue. (4) Includes rental income, clean water surcharge, and sale of fixed assets. SECTION 5 – Proposed Stormwater Funding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-11 Table 5-5 – Stormwater Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 17 - FY 20 FY 15 - FY 20 Stormwater Revenue Subtotal Subtotal Stormwater Tax Revenue Ad Valorem Taxes 1. Regulatory Tax 4,918,216$ 4,942,807$ 4,967,521$ 4,992,359$ 5,017,320$ 5,042,407$ 20,019,607$ 29,880,629$ 2. Stormwater O&M 11,709,375 11,709,375 24,607,840 24,730,879 24,854,534 24,978,806 99,172,059 122,590,808 3. OMCI Districts 8,777,798 8,777,798 - - - - - 17,555,595 4. Stormwater Flat Fee Revenue 1,368,464 1,382,149 - - - - - 2,750,613 5.Subtotal: Tax Revenue 26,773,853$ 26,812,128$ 29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 119,191,665$ 172,777,646$ 6.Subtotal: Stormwater Tax Revenue 26,773,853$ 26,812,128$ 29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 119,191,665$ 172,777,646$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 7. Other Operating Revenue 1,550,493$ 1,744,009$ 1,352,667$ 1,340,895$ 1,265,886$ 1,169,879$ 5,129,326$ 8,423,829$ 8. Non-Operating Revenue 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 122,000 183,000 9. Connection Fee Revenue - - - - - - - - 10.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 1,580,993$ 1,774,509$ 1,383,167$ 1,371,395$ 1,296,386$ 1,200,379$ 5,251,326$ 8,606,829$ 11.Total: Stormwater Revenue 28,354,846$ 28,586,638$ 30,958,528$ 31,094,632$ 31,168,240$ 31,221,592$ 124,442,991$ 181,384,475$ % Change -16.5% 0.8% 8.3% 0.4% 0.2% 0.2% 0.0% 45.8% Stormwater Expenditures Operating Expenses 12. General Fund Operating Expenses (10,712,356)$ (11,523,212)$ (16,215,676)$ (19,134,929)$ (18,111,531)$ (18,724,683)$ (72,186,819)$ (94,422,387)$ 13. Regulatory Expenses (4,302,072) (4,431,134) (4,515,326) (4,601,117) (4,693,139) (4,787,002) (18,596,584) (27,329,790) 14.Subtotal: Operating Expenses (15,014,428)$ (15,954,346)$ (20,731,002)$ (23,736,046)$ (22,804,670)$ (23,511,686)$ (90,783,403)$ (121,752,177)$ 15.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 13,340,417$ 12,632,292$ 10,227,526$ 7,358,587$ 8,363,570$ 7,709,906$ 33,659,588$ 59,632,298$ Non-Operating Expenses 16. Debt Service and Other Indebtedness -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) 0$ 0$ (8,405,411)$ (6,956,151)$ (18,448,795)$ (13,134,502)$ (46,944,859)$ (46,944,859)$ 18. OMCI Capital Projects (9,245,471) (17,444,369) (12,226,829) (9,510,463) (2,139,985) (61,378) (23,938,655) (50,628,495) 19. Non-recurring Projects or Studies - - - - - - - - 20. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - 21.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (9,245,471)$ (17,444,369)$ (20,632,239)$ (16,466,614)$ (20,588,781)$ (13,195,880)$ (70,883,514)$ (97,573,354)$ 22.Total: Stormwater Expenditures (24,259,899)$ (33,398,715)$ (41,363,241)$ (40,202,660)$ (43,393,451)$ (36,707,565)$ (161,666,917)$ (219,325,531)$ % Change 13.3% 37.7% 23.8% -2.8% 7.9% -15.4% 23.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)4,094,947$ (4,812,077)$ (10,404,713)$ (9,108,028)$ (12,225,211)$ (5,485,974)$ (37,223,926)$ (37,941,056)$ Combined Operating Reserve 24. Beginning Balance (3) 20,859,440$ 27,850,916$ 34,330,087$ 35,700,008$ 35,711,202$ 25,301,795$ 25. Ending Balance (3) 27,850,916 34,330,087 35,700,008 35,711,202 25,301,795 19,621,794 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 240 days of operating expenses SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-1 OVERALL CUSTOMER IMPACTS The District must generate annual revenues that are sufficient to meet the current operating, capital, and financial policy requirements to support the WW and SW service levels. Sections 4 and 5 have identified the individual Rate Proposals for WW rates and charges and SW ad valorem taxes that are sufficient to meet their separate needs. District customers will be asked to support both utilities and it is important to understand the potential impacts to District customers from both the WW and SW utilities. 6.1 Proposed Rate Schedules Table 6-1 presents the proposed WW rate schedule for FY13 through FY20 as well as the existing and proposed schedule of SW rates. The rate structure has been confirmed to equitably recover the costs for the District’s WW and SW activities. SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-2 Table 6-1 – Existing and Proposed Wastewater & Stormwater Charges Historical Approved Proposed #Type of Charge (a)FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Effective Date 7/1/2012 7/1/2013 7/1/2014 7/1/2015 7/1/2016 7/1/2017 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 3.25 $ 3.45 $ 3.55 $ 3.70 $ 5.47 $ 6.06 $ 6.72 $ 7.45 2. System Availability Charge $ 9.90 $ 11.40 $ 12.70 $ 14.55 $ 14.05 $ 15.57 $ 17.25 $ 19.11 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 13.15 $ 14.85 $ 16.25 $ 18.25 $ 19.52 $ 21.63 $ 23.97 $ 26.56 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (b) 4. Tier 1 $ 23.00 $ 16.00 $ 9.00 $ 2.15 $ 2.86 $ 2.95 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 5. Tier 2 $ 39.80 $ 41.85 $ 43.55 $ 44.50 $ 57.20 $ 58.94 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 6. Tier 3 $ 84.75 $ 89.15 $ 92.75 $ 94.80 $ 125.84 $ 129.67 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 7. Tier 4 $ 124.25 $ 130.70 $ 136.00 $ 139.00 $ 185.90 $ 191.56 $ 197.90 $ 203.49 8. Tier 5 $ 163.75 $ 172.25 $ 179.25 $ 183.15 $ 243.10 $ 250.50 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (c) $ 36.15 $ 30.85 $ 25.25 $ 20.40 $ 22.38 $ 24.58 $ 27.02 $ 29.70 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 2.28 $ 2.50 $ 2.82 $ 3.21 $ 3.60 $ 3.99 $ 4.42 $ 4.90 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 1.48 $ 1.63 $ 1.83 $ 2.09 $ 2.13 $ 2.36 $ 2.62 $ 2.91 12. Per Water Closet $ 5.56 $ 6.10 $ 6.88 $ 7.83 $ 7.94 $ 8.80 $ 9.75 $ 10.80 13. Per Bath $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 7.34 $ 8.13 $ 9.01 14. Per Separate Shower $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.62 $ 7.34 $ 8.13 $ 9.01 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (b) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 244.03 $ 251.88 $ 262.00 $ 269.97 $ 278.90 $ 286.78 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 632.38 $ 658.00 $ 678.01 $ 700.43 $ 720.20 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 316.19 $ 329.00 $ 339.01 $ 350.22 $ 360.11 Stormwater Monthly Flat Rates 18. Multi-Family - $/Unit $ 0.18 $ 0.18 $ 0.18 $ 0.18 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 19. Single Family & Non-Res - $/Account $ 0.24 $ 0.24 $ 0.24 $ 0.24 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 Stormwater Tax-Based Charges (Annually per $100 Assessed Taxable Value) 20. Regulatory Tax $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 $ 0.0196 21. Stormwater O&M Tax $ 0.0610 $ 0.0610 $ 0.0610 $ 0.0610 $ 0.1000 $ 0.1000 $ 0.1000 $ 0.1000 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) These rates were judged by courts to be user charges that are not subject to the requirements of the Hancock Amendment. Rates for qualified low-income customers were established at 50% of the general service charge. (b) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (c) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-3 6.2 Typical Wastewater Bills by Customer Class Table 6-2 presents a comparison of typical WW service bills under existing rates, rates currently approved through FY16, and under the proposed FY17 through FY20 rates, for various billable WW volumes and customer classes. As indicated by this table, the monthly bill for a typical single family residential customer contributing 7 Ccf of WW each month to the sewer system is projected to increase by $20.14 from FY16 to FY20 (about 10.6% in each year from FY17 through FY20). Table 6-2 Typical Wastewater Bills Billable WW volumes for unmetered customers are derived from volumes attributed to household attributes. Based on a prior study of unmetered customers, the most common or “typical” unmetered customer was one with five rooms, one water closet and one bath. The volume associated with a customer with these housing attributes is very close to the billable volume of a typical metered residential customer. Table 6-3 presents sample unmetered bill impacts. The WW bill for a typical unmetered residential customer contributing 7.7 Ccf of WW each month would increase by $17.86 from FY16 to FY20, or by approximately 9.1% each year. Approved Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 19.07 $ 21.46 $ 23.12 $ 25.62 $ 28.39 $ 31.46 2. 5 ccf per month $ 30.35 $ 34.30 $ 37.52 $ 41.58 $ 46.07 $ 51.06 3. 7 ccf per month (Typical Customer) $ 35.99 $ 40.72 $ 44.72 $ 49.56 $ 54.91 $ 60.86 4. % Change 13.1% 9.8% 10.8% 10.8% 10.8% 5. 10 ccf per month $ 44.45 $ 50.35 $ 55.52 $ 61.53 $ 68.17 $ 75.56 6. 15 ccf per month $ 58.55 $ 66.40 $ 73.52 $ 81.48 $ 90.27 $ 100.06 7. 20 ccf per month $ 72.65 $ 82.45 $ 91.52 $ 101.43 $ 112.37 $ 124.56 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 8. 20 ccf per month $ 72.65 $ 82.45 $ 91.52 $ 101.43 $ 112.37 $ 124.56 9. 40 ccf per month $ 129.05 $ 146.65 $ 163.52 $ 181.23 $ 200.77 $ 222.56 10. 60 ccf per month $ 185.45 $ 210.85 $ 235.52 $ 261.03 $ 289.17 $ 320.56 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 11. 70 ccf per month $ 222.65 $ 245.10 $ 274.38 $ 303.88 $ 336.42 $ 372.70 12. 100 ccf per month $ 307.25 $ 341.40 $ 382.38 $ 423.58 $ 469.02 $ 519.70 13. 160 ccf per month $ 476.45 $ 534.00 $ 598.38 $ 662.98 $ 734.22 $ 813.70 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) (1) 14. 70 ccf per month $ 371.21 $ 404.07 $ 466.36 $ 501.70 $ 540.78 $ 582.83 15. 100 ccf per month $ 477.42 $ 522.48 $ 597.36 $ 645.10 $ 697.86 $ 755.01 16. 160 ccf per month $ 668.22 $ 737.18 $ 836.36 $ 908.20 $ 987.55 $ 1,074.18 (1) The 70, 100, and 160 ccf bills assume excess strength of 150, 200, and 250 mg/l, respectively, of suspended solids and BOD. SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-4 Table 6-3. Typical Unmetered Wastewater Bills Figure 6-1 shows historic and projected WW bills for residential customers using 10 Ccf per month compared to the national average for respondents to the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) annual surveys through 2014 with their projection through 2018. As indicated in Figure 6-1, the residential bills for District customers have closely tracked the NACWA national average historically. The need to increase revenue to support the capital program and other needs identified in this Rate Proposal are expected to increase this variance between a District bill and the projected NACWA average. Figure 6-1 NACWA Rate Comparison Figure 6-2 presents the average single family WW bills for the largest 50 U.S. cities surveyed by AWWA/RFC in 2014. The typical bills of District customers are close to the median of the 50 largest cities. Approved Projected FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Unmetered Wastewater Bills 1. 3 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower $ 34.35 $ 38.88 $ 40.47 $ 44.85 $ 49.71 $ 55.10 2. 5 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower (Typical) $ 38.01 $ 43.06 $ 44.73 $ 49.57 $ 54.95 $ 60.92 3. % Change 13.3% 3.9% 10.8% 10.9% 10.9% 4. 6 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 1 Shower $ 45.57 $ 51.68 $ 53.48 $ 59.27 $ 65.70 $ 72.84 5. 8 Rooms, 2 WC, 2 Bath, 0 Shower $ 56.11 $ 63.69 $ 65.68 $ 72.79 $ 80.69 $ 89.46 6. 16 Rooms, 4 WC, 4 Bath, 0 Shower $ 95.97 $ 109.13 $ 111.84 $ 123.95 $ 137.41 $ 152.36 SECTI Figure 6 ION 6 – 6-2 RFC Bi Custome ill Compari er Rate I WA rison – Res mpacts ASTEWATER 6-5 sidential M & STORMWA Metropolitan St ATER RATE CH . Louis Sewer D HANGE PROP District POSAL SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-6 6.3 Stormwater Impacts by Location and Customer Class Table 6-4 below presents a comparison of the current and proposed tax burden by location and by customer class. The impact to customers varies by location due to the varied tax rates described previously in Section 5.2. District-wide, the average single/multi-family annual tax burden would increase $7.50, while the average low income customer participating in our CAP would see an annual decrease of $2.06 and the average non-residential customer would see an annual increase of $33.90. Customers in the City of St. Louis and near St. Louis County (the original boundary area) would see an increase to their overall tax bill of 0.3% on average. Customers in the OMCI area would see a decrease in their total annual tax bill of approximately 0.6% from the changes proposed in this document, while those customers in the Annexed area would see a 1.0% to 1.2% increase on average in their total annual tax burden. The analysis in Appendix 7.6.1 is the basis for Table 6-4. Table 6-4 Stormwater Impacts Total District MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 33.90$    2,976.75$    41.40$        2,984.25$     $ Change 7.50$         7.50$             % Change 22.1% 0.3% Low Income 17.51$    1,232.69$    15.45$        1,230.62$     $ Change (2.06)$        (2.06)$           % Change ‐11.8%‐0.2% Non‐Residential 188.55$ 17,149.98$ 222.45$     17,183.88$  $ Change 33.90$       33.90$          % Change 18.0% 0.2% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-7 City and Near County MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 12.50$    1,084.99$    16.10$        1,088.60$     $ Change 3.60$         3.60$             % Change 28.8% 0.3% Low Income 8.39$      728.35$        10.81$        730.77$         $ Change 2.42$         2.42$             % Change 28.8% 0.3% Non‐Residential 107.94$ 9,370.12$    139.04$     9,401.23$     $ Change 31.11$       31.11$          % Change 28.8% 0.3% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden OMCI Districts MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 61.67$    3,133.03$    41.92$        3,113.28$     $ Change (19.75)$     (19.75)$         % Change ‐32.0%‐0.6% Low Income 25.16$    1,475.04$    17.12$        1,467.00$     $ Change (8.04)$        (8.04)$           % Change ‐32.0%‐0.5% Non‐Residential 355.07$ 17,963.23$ 237.32$     17,845.48$  $ Change (117.75)$   (117.75)$      % Change ‐33.2%‐0.7% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden SECTION 6 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-8 Annexed Area MSD Total MSD (10¢) Total Single/Multi‐Family 10.52$    4,243.29$    60.60$        4,293.37$     $ Change 50.08$       50.08$          % Change 475.8% 1.2% Low Income 5.38$      2,324.59$    30.91$        2,350.12$     $ Change 25.53$       25.53$          % Change 474.8% 1.1% Non‐Residential 54.31$    23,087.99$ 278.50$     23,312.17$  $ Change 224.18$    224.18$        % Change 412.8% 1.0% Average Annual Stormwater Burden Current Tax Burden Proposed Tax Burden SECTION 7 - APPENDIX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE PROPOSAL   APPENDIX SECTION 7.1 – Key Proposal Assumptions  This section contains supporting documents for the key assumptions used in projecting  revenues and expenses throughout the rate model.    7.1.1 Inflation   7.1.2 Customer Account Trend   7.1.3 Water Usage Trend   7.1.4 Unmetered Recalibration   7.1.5 CIRP Appropriation Adjustments  APPENDIX SECTION 7.2 – CIRP and Consent Decree  This section contains updated information regarding the District’s compliance with the CD. This  includes a CIRP project list and the Operation’s Department Performance Metrics which  represent two major components required to execute the CD.   7.2.1 Consent Decree Status   7.2.2 Detailed WW CIRP Project List   7.2.3 Operational Performance Metrics  APPENDIX SECTION 7.3 – Revenue Collection Efforts  This section contains information regarding the steps put into place to enhance the District’s  collections strategy. Included is a brief overview of the strategy and some reports that present  its progress.   7.3.1 Revenue Collection Efforts  APPENDIX SECTION 7.4 – Customer Assistance Program  This section contains historical, current and projected data regarding the Customer Assistance  Program. This also comprises information regarding the methods the District has applied to  promote the program.   7.4.1 Customer Assistance Program      SECTION 7 - APPENDIX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE PROPOSAL     APPENDIX SECTION 7.5 – Stormwater Funding  This section contains supplemental information for the proposed Stormwater Funding.  It  includes the preliminary work done to decide the funding source as well as the current and  proposed revenues and expenses.   7.5.1 Service Levels   7.5.2 Detailed SW CIRP Project List  APPENDIX SECTION 7.6 – Customer Rate Impact Analysis  This section contains some additional analyses done to determine the proposed average  Stormwater tax burden and the forecasted outcome of the Wastewater rates beyond the four  years in the rate proposal.   7.6.1 Rate Impact Analysis   7.6.2 Impervious Fee Due Diligence   7.6.3 Eight Year Rate Projections  APPENDIX SECTION 7.7 – Prior Rate Report Comparison  This section compares the FY13 to FY16 Rate Change Proposal to Actuals in FY13 and FY14,  Forecasts in FY15, and Budget in FY16.   7.7.1 4 Year Comparison to Rate Report         Appendix 7.1.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.1: Key Proposal Assumptions–Research and Methodology   Title:   Inflation    Supports:   Inflation rates for Salaries, Benefits and Operations & Maintenance            Inflation Assumptions   Inflation assumptions are used in the rate model as a way to account for anticipated price increases for  the goods and services acquired by the District in fulfillment of its mission.  The rate model uses inflation  rates for operating and maintenance expenses as well as the construction, improvement, and  replacement program (CIRP) expenses.  William T. Gavin, Vice President and Review Editor, at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis was  consulted in determining what inflation assumptions to use in the rate model.  Mr. Gavin reviewed a  sample of the District’s historical pricing data and determined that analysis of District specific  information was unnecessary.  Mr. Gavin stated that, in general, a 2% inflation rate for goods and services was a reasonable  assumption.  In support of this statement, he referred the District to multiple indices published by  Federal Reserve Banks, the Social Security Administration, and the Congressional Budget Office to name  a few.  After performing a review of the recommended sources, the District chose to use The Budget and  Economic Outlook:  2014 to 2024 published by the Congressional Budget Office of the Congress of The  United States (CBO) as a source for inflation rates related to operations and maintenance expenses.   Published in February of 2014, this document provided a 10‐year forecast that best matched the  District’s rate model time horizon.  Additionally, Table G‐1 in this publication presented the Core PCE  Price Index (excluding food and energy) which closely matched the 2% inflation rate recommended by  Mr. Gavin.  It is that index which was used in the model for most expenses.   In that same table, a  Consumer Price Index reported numbers slightly higher than 2%.  This index is computed differently, but  most importantly it includes food and energy which were excluded from the Core PCE Price Index.  Since  the index which includes energy forecasts a higher inflation rate, a higher rate was used for utilities in  the rate model.  Also on Table G‐1, was an Employment Cost Index.  This index was used as the basis for  projected salary increases ranging from 2.9% to 3.2% over the 8‐year period ending June 30, 2024.   Adjustments were made to the CBO projections to account for regional differences, State and local  government differences to private industry, and to remove benefits.  Each of these adjustments served  to lower the projected rate increases published by the CBO.   Group insurance was inflated at rates  ranging from 8% to 10% based on projections provided by the District’s insurance consultant, Arthur J.  Gallagher & Company.                 Appendix 7.1.2 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL         Appendix Section 7.1: Key Proposal Assumptions–Research and Methodology Title:   Customer Account Trend    Supports:   Projected number of billable customers        Customer Growth  Overall, the MSD Customer base is projected to experience a decline over the coming years in the Residential and  Commercial sectors (1.35% by 2025).   Based upon the general population movement within the City and County of  St. Louis, the Residential sector is projected to experience a larger decline for Residential and Multi‐Family  Metered customers (1.23%) than their unmetered counterparts (0.24%).  The Commercial sector is projected to  experience the greatest decline of any account type by 2025 (6.41%) as the downward trend experienced within  the past few years is expected to continue.  This overall movement of the customer base is projected to have a  direct impact on the projected usage as would with any shift in usage patterns occurring within the customer base.  Analysis Summary Data Used Calculation Basis (Approach)  Customer  Growth  Overall, the MSD Customer Base is  projected to experience a small decline  of 1.35% by 2025 (Graph 1.1).  Analysis  of customer growth in the Residential  sector was rooted within the projected  population movement data of the  entire City and County of St. Louis as  provided by State and National  Governments.  Leveraging the general  movement of the population within the  City and County, a proportionate  movement factor was applied to the  MSD customer base to create  projections.  To provide greater  accuracy, projections were calculated  based upon the specific account types  and appropriate mathematical factors  were applied.  Specifically, Residential  and Multi‐Family metered accounts are  projected to decline by 1.23%,  Residential and Multi‐Family  unmetered accounts are projected to  decline by 0.24%.  Commercial  accounts were projected using recent  trends within the commercial sector  and are projected to decrease by 6.41%  by 2025.  • Missouri Department of Corrections, 1994,  2008. Institutional Admission and Release  Reports.  • Missouri Department of Health and Senior  Services, 1987, 1993, 1994, 2003. Total  Fertility Rates and Age‐Specific Birth Rates:  1977‐1983, 1988‐1992, 1998‐2002; Abridged  Life Tables by Sex, 1977‐1983, 1988‐1992,  1998‐2002; Live Births by Sex: April 1, 1990‐ 1995 and 1995‐2000; Resident Deaths by 1990  Age and Sex Cohort: April 1, 1990‐2000.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 1993. 1990 Census of  Population and Housing: Summary File 4,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 1993. 1990 Census of  Population and Housing: Public Use Microdata  Sample, 5%, Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2002. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Summary File 1,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2003. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Summary File 3,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2003. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Public Use Microdata  Sample, 5%, Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2005. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Notes and Errata,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, Missouri Office of  Administration, 2007. Cumulative Estimates of  the Components of Population Change for the  United States, Regions, and States: April 1,  2000 to July 1, 2007; Cumulative Estimates of  the Components of Population Change for  Counties of Missouri: April 1, 2000 to July 1,  2006.  • ECIS customer account data (account #,  premise #, address, lat/long etc.)  • Voss, Paul R., McNiven, Hammer, Johnson,  Fuguitt, 2004. County‐Specific Net Migration  by Five‐Year Age Groups, Hispanic Origin, Race  and Sex 1990‐2000.  The calculation for projected customer  base was created by leveraging the  Census Bureau data to create year‐ over‐year projections of population  movement for both the City and County  of St. Louis.  The data provided by the  Government was structured in 5 year  increments and by age groupings.  The  5 year data was mathematically split  into a year‐over‐year increments and  then used to create a “year‐over‐year  movement factor” which was applied to  the entire MSD customer base (using  yearend FY14 account numbers from  the eCIS system) based upon the  specific account types to create  customer projections through 2025.    Specifically, metered Residential and  Multi‐Family customer projections were  calculated using the population  movement factor within the City and  County combined. Unmetered  Residential and Multi‐Family customer  projections were calculated using the  population movement within the city.   The unmetered accounts used the city  movement factor due to the fact nearly  all unmetered customers reside within  the City of St. Louis.  Commercial  account projections were calculated  using historical values across all tiers of  Commercial accounts (COM1 – COM5)  for FY11‐FY13.  The year‐over‐year  change in accounts was averaged  across the 3 year timeframe to create a  commercial movement factor.  The  movement factor was applied to the  yearend FY13 commercial accounts  data to create projections through  2025.      Graph 1.1  MSD Projected Number of Accounts        412,000 414,000 416,000 418,000 420,000 422,000 424,000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Projected # of Accounts Projected # of Accounts Log. (Projected # of Accounts) Appendix 7.1.3 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.1: Key Proposal Assumptions–Research and Methodology Title:   Water Usage Trend    Supports:   Projected usage for metered customers    Customer Usage  Two primary drivers of customer usage were accounted for and analyzed, the overall movement of the MSD  customer base (calculated within the Customer Growth appendix) and shifts in usage patterns occurring within the  customer base. To quantify shifts in usage within the customer base, changes in usage patterns within the  customer population were analyzed to create a complete picture for the usage projections.  Results showed the  makeup of the non‐commercial customer base is projected to shift in the coming years as a larger proportion of  customers will be comprised of younger generations who show to be more conscientious about their water  conservation efforts.  With a greater percentage of the customer base conserving more and projected slight  reduction in the overall number of MSD customers, overall usage is expected to decline 6.68% by 2025.   Specifically, the Residential sector is expected to decline by 2.91% and similar to the Commercial sector Customer  Growth, Commercial usage is projected to continue a steady decline of 11.46% by 2025.  Analysis Summary Data Used Calculation Basis (Approach)  Customer  Usage  Across all MSD metered accounts the  projected usage is expected to decline  by 6.68% by the year 2025 (Graph 1.1)  based upon several factors.  For  Residential and Multi‐Family metered  accounts usage projections were  created through a two‐step process.   The first step of the usage analysis  leveraged the customer growth analysis  data to see how the MSD customer  base movement would impact usage  (i.e. fewer customers leading to  decreased usage or more customers  leading to increased usage).  The  second step of the analysis projected  consumption by means of usage  profiles as determined by Generational  segmentation.  Accounts were tagged  as a specific Generation (Gen X, Gen Y,  Baby Boomers, etc.) and an associated  average consumption by generational  group was created (Graph 1.2).  Year‐ over‐year movement within each  generational group was calculated (i.e.  to what extent each Generational  group is growing/shrinking), applied to  the group average consumption and  summed to determine overall  projected usage.     Combining these two factors (customer  base movement and generational  grouping consumption movement) was  used to determine the overall change in  consumption by identifying to what  extent the overall MSD customer base  numbers would grow/shrink and how  usage patterns within the customer  base will change.  The overall Customer  Usage projections, like the Customer  Growth projections, were broken down  and calculated based upon account  type.  Results showed a projected  • Missouri Department of Corrections, 1994,  2008. Institutional Admission and Release  Reports.  • Missouri Department of Health and Senior  Services, 1987, 1993, 1994, 2003. Total  Fertility Rates and Age‐Specific Birth Rates:  1977‐1983, 1988‐1992, 1998‐2002; Abridged  Life Tables by Sex, 1977‐1983, 1988‐1992,  1998‐2002; Live Births by Sex: April 1, 1990‐ 1995 and 1995‐2000; Resident Deaths by  1990 Age and Sex Cohort: April 1, 1990‐2000.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 1993. 1990 Census of  Population and Housing: Summary File 4,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 1993. 1990 Census of  Population and Housing: Public Use  Microdata Sample, 5%, Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2002. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Summary File 1,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2003. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Summary File 3,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2003. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Public Use  Microdata Sample, 5%, Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, 2005. 2000 Census of  Population and Housing: Notes and Errata,  Missouri.  • U.S. Census Bureau, Missouri Office of  Administration, 2007. Cumulative Estimates  of the Components of Population Change for  the United States, Regions, and States: April  1, 2000 to July 1, 2007; Cumulative Estimates  of the Components of Population Change for  Counties of Missouri: April 1, 2000 to July 1,  2006.  • Voss, Paul R., McNiven, Hammer, Johnson,  Fuguitt, 2004. County‐Specific Net Migration  by Five‐Year Age Groups, Hispanic Origin,  Race and Sex 1990‐2000.  • Experian Enrichment Summary report  including a wide variety of demographic  The first piece of the usage analysis was  calculated using the same analytical  method as the Customer Growth  appendix, by population movement for  the Residential sector and historical  values for the Commercial sector.  The  generational usage segmentation piece  of the analysis started with customer  account tagging.  Each customer account  was tagged through the process of  adjoining the Experian demographic data  with the eCIS customer account data to  identify the age of the head of the  household per account, allowing each  account to be segmented into   Generational groupings.   Once  generationally grouped, the average  consumption for each Generation was  calculated using the billing data from the  eCIS system.  Next, the population  movement by age data from the Census  Bureau was overlaid on the generational  groupings to identify the amount of  growth/shrinkage occurring within each  of the generation groupings for each  year (subset shown in Graph 1.3).  The  percentage of the population  represented by each generation was  applied to their associated average  consumption to create an overall  weighted average consumption each  year for all customers.  The year‐to‐year  movement provided a consumption  movement factor based upon how  consumption is projected to change  within the population.     The overall customer base movement  factor along with the generational based  consumption movement factor were  combined and applied to yearend 2014  usage numbers from the eCIS system to  create the overall usage projections for  decline in usage of 2.91% for  Residential and Multi‐Family metered  accounts and a projected decline of  1.93% in usage for Residential and  Multi‐Family unmetered accounts by  2025.  Commercial usage projections  were calculated in the same manner as  the Commercial Accounts projections,  using historical values, and results  showed a projected decrease in usage  of 11.46% by 2025.  variables (the INSOURCE Database contains  coverage on approximately 235 million  consumers in 113 million living units—with  more than 2,500 data elements, INSOURCE  encompasses a wide range of consumer  information).   • eCIS customer account data (account #,  premise #, address, lat/long etc.)  • eCIS customer billing data (usage, bill amount  etc.)  • Generational Data  (http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2011/05/li ving/infographic.boomer/)    Residential and Multi‐Family metered  customers.  Commercial usage  projections were calculated using  historical usage across all tiers of  Commercial accounts (COM1 – COM5)  for FY11‐FY13.  The year‐over‐year  change in usage was averaged across the  3 year timeframe to create a commercial  usage movement factor.  The movement  factor was applied to the yearend FY13  commercial usage data to create  projections through 2025.  Graph 1.1  MSD Projected Usage     Graph 1.2  MSD Residential Customer Generational Breakdown    48,000,000 50,000,000 52,000,000 54,000,000 56,000,000 58,000,000 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 Projected Usage (CCFs) Projected Usage (CCFs)Log. (Projected Usage (CCFs)) Graph 1.3  MSD High Usage Residential Customer Population      10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 High Usage Customer Base Projected Movement (% of Residential Customers) Baby Boomers Gen X Appendix 7.1.4 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL      Appendix Section 7.1: Key Proposal Assumptions–Research and Methodology Title:   Unmetered Recalibration    Supports:   Rate change for unmetered customers        Metered/Unmetered Customer Comparison  To be able to correctly compare metered to unmetered customers required calculation of an unknown variable,  unmetered customer usage.  To try and provide a usage estimate for these unmetered customers, a mathematical  decomposition of the current basis for rates formula, which calculates billing based upon rooms, baths, etc., was  completed to provide such an estimate for these customers based upon how they are currently being billed.  Using  this approach it was estimated the average usage for unmetered customers was 7.7 CCFs, which is higher than the  known usage for metered customers at 6.3 CCFs.  Understanding unmetered usage could easily be higher than, but  not necessarily as high, as the estimated billed usage of 7.7, a second analysis was completed to estimate usage for  unmetered customers.  The second analysis was based upon demographic attributes of the customer account and  leveraged attributes of the customer such as age, # of people in the household, region, etc. to determine an  estimated average usage.  Results of this analysis showed an average usage of 6.9 CCFs, roughly 10% higher than  metered customer usage and nearly 10% lower than estimated unmetered usage by billing.  Analysis Summary Data Used Calculation Basis (Approach)  Metered vs.  Unmetered  The metered vs. unmetered analysis targeted the  identification of estimated usage for unmetered  customers to see how it compared with the  known usage of the metered customers.    Since usage is known for metered customers, the  average CCFs was pulled from the billing system  data (6.3 CCFs) to create a baseline for  comparison against the unmetered customers.  In  order to create the comparison there had to be a  CCF estimate calculated for their unmetered  counterparts.  To do this, estimated usage for  unmetered customers was calculated through a  reverse engineering approach to the current  basis of rates for unmetered customers’ formula  (based upon # of rooms, water closets,  bath/showers) in tandem with account  information data that provided the # of rooms,  baths, etc. for unmetered accounts.  The billing  based analysis estimated usage for unmetered  customers at 7.7CCFs.      Understanding the above estimate is based upon  billing and that it’s unlikely the unmetered  customer’s usage is exactly the same as the  metered customer’s at 6.3 CCFs, an additional  analysis was completed based upon demographic  attributes of each customer to determine an  estimated usage.  This analysis targeted the  various demographic characteristics of the  people within the property to determine their  estimated usage.  The results from the analysis  estimated an average usage of 6.9 CCFs for  unmetered customers, roughly 10% lower than  the Current Basis of Rates estimated usage (7.7  CCFs) and 11% above known metered customer  average usage of 6.3 CCFs (Graph 1.1).  While the  imputed usage is only slightly higher, the  variance between billed amounts shows a greater  discrepancy, approximately 29% higher for  Unmetered customers (Graph 1.2).    • eCIS customer account data  (account #, premise #, address,  lat/long etc.)  • eCIS customer billing data (usage,  bill amount etc.)  • Experian Enrichment Summary  report including a wide variety of  demographic variables (the  INSOURCE Database contains  coverage on approximately 235  million consumers in 113 million  living units—with more than 2,500  data elements, INSOURCE  encompasses a wide range of  consumer information).  A data pull from the eCIS billing system  was used to sum then average the usage  for metered customers.  The estimated  usage analyses completed for the  unmetered customers had two different  approaches.    The first analysis leveraged the current  MSD Basis of Rates for the unmetered  customers formula (Image 1.1), which  calculates usage based upon the number  of rooms (0.6464 CCFs per), water  closets (2.4343 CCFs per), and  baths/showers (2.0321 CCFs per).  The  total number of rooms, water closets,  and bath/showers were summed for all  unmetered customers from the eCIS  system and multiplied by their  corresponding CCF rate calculation to  create a total estimated usage for all  unmetered customers.  This aggregate  usage was then divided amongst the  total number of unmetered customers to  create a per unmetered customer  estimated average usage.    The second analysis calculated estimated  usage for unmetered accounts using a  statistical method referred to as Multiple  Imputation of Chained Equations (MICE).   Whereas most statistical procedures  exclude observations with any missing  values from the analysis, the MICE  algorithm replaces each missing value  (usage) with a set of plausible values that  represent the uncertainty about the right  value to impute.  The multiple imputed  data sets are then analyzed by using  standard procedures for complete data  and combining the results from these  analyses.  The result in this analysis being  the known variables (various  In addition to the usage comparison analyses,  typical customer profiles were also completed for  metered and unmetered customers (Table 1.1).  demographic attributes for each  customer) were used to impute a value  for the unknown variable of estimated  average usage for unmetered customers.    Table 1.1  Metered vs. Unmetered Customer Profiles   Metered Unmetered  Number of Persons in Household Two One  Estimated Household Income $50,000 ‐ $74,999 $50,000 ‐ $74,999  Education Level Bachelor Degree High School Diploma/  Some College  Region 60% in OMCI 99.75% in City  Predominate Generational Group 45% in Baby Boomers 41% in Baby Boomers    Graph 1.1  Metered vs. Unmetered Usage Comparison    Graph 1.2  Metered vs. Unmetered Billed Amount Comparison    6.3 6.9 Metered Avg. Usage Unmetered IMPUTED Avg. Usage Metered vs. Unmetered Usage (Avg. CCFs Monthly) $27.76  $35.94  Metered Avg. Monthly Bill Unmetered Avg. Monthly Bill Metered vs. Unmetered Billing (Avg. Monthly Bill) Image 1.1  MSD Current Basis of Rates for Non‐Metered Customers       Appendix 7.1.5 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL      Appendix Section 7.1: Key Proposal Assumptions–Research and Methodology Title:    Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP) Appropriation Adjustments    Supports:   Adjustments to CIRP project list      Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP) Appropriation Adjustments   The project list that makes up the CIRP budget over this period consists of projects needed to meet the  region’s obligations under the consent decree.  These include:   1. Projects identified in the SSO Master Plan to ensure system capacity and enable the removal of  sanitary sewer overflows   2. Projects to meet compliance with the CSO Long Term Control Plan   3. Projects to renew the wastewater system to meet consent decree goals  4. Projects to meet consent decree targets for Cityshed and Green Infrastructure investment   These consent decree specific projects are supported by numerous other capital program budget items  which are needed to deliver the program.  As well, projects include reinvestment in the area’s  wastewater treatment and pump station facilities to ensure operating permit compliance, sustainability,  and the continued, proper operation of these industrial facilities.  Where economically beneficial, a  number of sustainability projects are included to keep MSD cost competitive and efficient.  A minimal  amount of stormwater projects are included, as well, located in those areas where taxing districts exist  to pay for such work.  Projects are scheduled to build the highest priority projects first, while still meeting consent decree  deadlines.  Many projects must be built in a specific sequence due to their size, the interaction between  various sections of the wastewater system, and to prevent any increase in environmental pollution while  the projects are being constructed.  The cost estimates that the CIRP budget is based on are conceptual in nature and are in fiscal year 2015‐ 2016 dollars.  At this stage, there is typically limited information on public and private inflow and  infiltration sources, and, for sewer and tunnel projects, a minimal amount of detailed information  available regarding geotechnical conditions, utility relocation requirements, easement requirements,  and other site‐specific issues that have the potential to significantly affect the project’s eventual  construction cost.  As projects proceed through design, these issues are fully evaluated and their  impacts are incorporated into final design cost estimates, which are reflected annually in the District’s  budget supplement, which details the capital program anticipated for the next fiscal year.  For large or multi‐year projects, budgeting incorporate a phasing approach, such that the annual  appropriation amount for a given project in a given year, equals the anticipated spending need in that  year.  For example, a tunnel project which is expected to take six years to construct will have its budget  spread out over those six years.  This phasing is evaluated and implemented on a project by project  basis, and lessens the annual amount of appropriations requested, to better match anticipated needs.      To initiate the CIRP budget preparation, Engineering provides Finance with a project list, including  estimated budget costs, as well as cost summary schedules that group projects in multiple ways.  The  first grouping is by wastewater or stormwater.  Wastewater projects are additionally grouped by type,  such as treatment plant, combined sewer overflow, or asset management.  The estimated costs are  further broken down depending on whether they are for engineering or construction services.  These  summary numbers are then adjusted for three different factors.    The first adjustment involves inflating estimated costs to account for price increases between now and  the time the project starts.  The Engineering News‐Record 1 was the source for inflation assumptions  related to the CIRP.  They provide, on their website, a city construction cost index for their subscribers.   The average annual construction inflation rate for the 12‐months ended August 31, 2014, in the St. Louis  area is 2.5%.  That rate was employed in the rate modeling process to annually inflate project cost  estimates from fiscal year 2015‐2016 dollars.  The second adjustment performed on the CIRP estimates accounts for delays in appropriation timing  that can occur, due to such factors as the easement acquisition process or condemnation.  Capital  program appropriations are spread throughout the fiscal year, as it is impractical to deliver the entire  annual program immediately at the start of the fiscal year.  When delays occur, some appropriations will  shift from one fiscal year to the next.  Appropriations during the two most recent years averaged 86% of  the annual budgeted appropriations.  Using this 86% factor, an appropriation delay was introduced into  the numbers.  The inflated costs for any given year were reduced by 14%, and that 14% was shifted into  the next fiscal year, thus reducing the total expected appropriations slightly over the course of the 4‐ year rate cycle.  Finally, it is common for projects to finish with some of the appropriation left unspent.  We refer to  these dollars which are returned to fund balance as liquidations.  Liquidations occur if projects do not  need to utilize their full utility relocation allowance, if the full budget contingency for change orders is  unused, or if final in place quantities of constructed items are less than bid estimates.  An analysis of  completed projects revealed that on average, 8% of a project’s appropriation is liquidated at the end of  the project.  While the timing of these liquidations vary from project to project, it is common for these  liquidations to occur approximately three years after the appropriation.  Therefore, projected  appropriations in each year were decreased by 8% of appropriations three years prior.  After inflation, appropriation delays, and liquidations, the resulting wastewater program is valued at  $1,493,379,657 over four years.  This number is lower than the base projection of $1,505,144,000 by  0.8%.                                                                  1 http://enr.construction.com/        Summary Schedule of Adjustments to WW CIRP Projections2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 TotalEngineering Numbers350,426,000$     351,620,000$    369,560,000$    433,538,000$    391,829,000$     429,030,000$    421,790,000$    326,790,000$    3,074,583,000$ 1Inflation Rates (2.5% ‐ 2013 Base Cost)102.50% 105.06% 107.69% 110.38% 113.14% 115.97% 118.87% 121.84%Inflated Values359,186,650$     369,420,763$     397,975,699$     478,544,833$     443,318,549$     497,543,267$     501,375,764$     398,161,883$     3,445,527,408$  % Change from Engineering Numbers 2.5% 5.1% 7.7% 10.4% 13.1% 16.0% 18.9% 21.8% 12.1%2Appropriation Delay (86%/14%)350,628,919$     367,987,987$     393,978,008$     467,265,154$     448,250,228$     489,951,807$     500,839,214$     412,611,826$     3,431,513,144$  % Change from Inflated Numbers‐2.4%‐0.4%‐1.0%‐2.4% 1.1%‐1.5%‐0.1% 3.6%‐0.4%Example:$359,186,650  x  14%  +  $369,420,763  x  84%  =  $367,987,9873Liquidation (8% ‐ 3 years delayed)333,360,347$     347,332,989$     373,471,480$     439,214,841$     418,811,190$     458,433,566$     463,458,002$     376,751,808$     3,210,834,223$  % Change from Appropriation Delay Numbers‐4.9%‐5.6%‐5.2%‐6.0%‐6.6%‐6.4%‐7.5%‐8.7%‐6.4%Example:$467,265,154  ‐  8%  x  $350,628,919 =  $439,214,841Net Change from Original(17,065,653)$      (4,287,011)$       3,911,480$        5,676,841$        26,982,190$       29,403,566$      41,668,002$      49,961,808$      136,251,223$    % Change from Engineering Numbers‐4.9%‐1.2% 1.1% 1.3% 6.9% 6.9% 9.9% 15.3% 4.4%Assumption Notes:1 Inflation rates were taken from the St. Louis index published by the Engineering News‐Record.  An average rate for the 12‐months ended September 30, 2014 according to this index was 2.5%.2The key performance measure, construction budget performance, from the FY14 and FY15 budget books showed 84% and 88%, respectively.3A sample of over 250 completed projects of various types and sizes were analyzed, and the overall liquidation percentage from that sample was 8%. Summary Schedule of Adjustments to SW CIRP Projections2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 TotalEngineering Numbers16,370,200$       10,422,000$      16,112,000$      6,999,000$        4,235,000$         3,980,000$        1,525,000$         ‐$                    59,643,200$      1Inflation Rates (2.5% ‐ 2016 Base Cost)102.50% 105.06% 107.69% 110.38% 113.14% 115.97% 118.87% 121.84%Inflated Values16,779,455$       10,949,614$       17,350,862$       7,725,586$         4,791,514$         4,615,580$         1,812,746$          ‐$                     64,025,356$       % Change from Engineering Numbers 2.5% 5.1% 7.7% 10.4% 13.1% 16.0% 18.9% N/A 7.3%2Appropriation Delay (86%/14%)16,769,801$       11,765,792$       16,454,687$       9,073,125$         5,202,284$         4,640,211$         2,205,143$         253,784$             66,364,826$       % Change from Inflated Numbers‐0.1% 7.5%‐5.2% 17.4% 8.6% 0.5% 21.6% N/A 3.7%Example:$16,779,455  x  14%  +  $10,949,614  x  84%  =  $11,765,7923Liquidation (8% ‐ 3 years delayed)18,441,451$       14,188,194$       18,219,224$       10,731,541$       4,261,021$         3,323,836$         1,479,293$         (162,398)$           70,482,161$       % Change from Appropriation Delay Numbers 10.0% 20.6% 10.7% 18.3%‐18.1%‐28.4%‐32.9%‐164.0% 6.2%Example:$9,073,125  ‐  8%  x  $16,769,801 =  $10,731,541Net Change from Original2,071,251$         3,766,194$        2,107,224$        3,732,541$        26,021$               (656,164)$          (45,707)$            (162,398)$          10,838,961$      % Change from Engineering Numbers 12.7% 36.1% 13.1% 53.3% 0.6%‐16.5%‐3.0% N/A 18.2%Assumption Notes:1 Inflation rates were taken from the St. Louis index published by the Engineering News‐Record.  An average rate for the 12‐months ended September 30, 2014 according to this index was 2.5%.2The key performance measure, construction budget performance, from the FY14 and FY15 budget books showed 84% and 88%, respectively.3A sample of over 250 completed projects of various types and sizes were analyzed, and the overall liquidation percentage from that sample was 8%. Appendix 7.2.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.2: Consent Decree CIRP Impact Title:   Consent Decree Status    Supports:   Overview of Consent Decree with Environmental Protection Agency and the Missouri  Coalition for the Environment  MSD Major Consent Decree Components - Update Document Major Federal Consent Decree Components Status (Spetember 2014) 1 Schedule and Estimated Cost -The Consent Decree will have an implementation schedule of 23 years after the Combined Sewer Overflow ("CSO")Long Term Control Plan is approved by the State of Missouri.The District estimates the cost to comply with the Consent Decree to be $4.7 billion in 2010 dollars. The Consent Decree Program is currently tracking on schedule and within estimated costs. 2 Early Elimination Projects - Requires the completion of sanitary sewer projects that will eliminate 50 specific constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow ("SSO") Outfalls by December 31, 2012. MSD completed the sanitary sewer projects necessary and achieved the performance milestone of eliminating all fifty (50) constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow ("SSO") Outfalls by December 31, 2012. 3 SSO Master Plan- Requires the submission of an SSO Master Plan that includes an extensive sewer system evaluation survey, hydraulic modeling, .and capacity analysis of the sanitary sewer system. The SSO Master Plan will identify remedial measures and projects aimed at eliminating all constructed SSO Outfalls, known SSOs, treatment plant bypassing within the sanitary sewer system, and reducing building backups. This plan must be submitted by the District no later than December 31, 2013. MSD submitted a Master Plan to the United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources ("MDNR") for review and EPA approval with a copy to the Coalition for the Environment by the required deadline of December 31, 2013. The SSO Master Plan provides the remedial measures and the associated remedial requirements (elimination dates) for the remaining Constructed SSO Outfalls. MSD received approval of the Master Plan with conditions on May 5, 2014, with clarification on June 24, 2014. 4 Remedial Measures - Requires the completion of the remedial measures and elimination projects identified in the SSO Master Plan in accordance with the schedule provided therein, which includes the removal of 85 percent of the constructed SSO Outfalls, and a goal of eliminating all other known SSOs by no later than December 31, 2023, and all remaining constructed SSO Outfalls by December 31, 2033. The completion of remedial measures and elimination projects identified in the SSO Master Plan are proceeding in accordance with approved schedule provided. 5 CMOM Program-Requires the District to continue its development and implementation of a Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) program that includes detailed performance goals for the prioritization, cleaning, inspection, and rehabilitation of the entire sewer system. This program also includes continued implementation of the District's Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) program, the development and implementation of a Private Inflow and Infiltration Reduction Program, Building Backup Response Plan, and a Non-Capacity Related SSO Response Plan. MSD is currently implementing the CMOM program requirements submitted to US EPA and MDNR on October 27, 2012 with approval on January 10, 2013. Additionally MSD continues to implement it's FOG program, Building Backup Response Plan, and Non-Capacity Related SSO Response Plans submitted to US EPA and MDNR on July 25, 2012 and subsequesntly approved on December 18, 2012. MSD continues to implement the Private Inflow and Infiltration Reduction Program as submitted to US EPA and MDNR on October 27, 2012. 6 Cityshed Mitigation Program - Requires the commitment of a regular annual program to mitigate the effects of wet weather surcharging and overland flooding of the combined sewer system, with an anticipated expenditure of $230 million over the life of the Consent Decree. The District has implemented annual projects to mitigate the effects of wet weather surcharging and overland flooding in the combined sewer system. The program is currently tracking on schedule. This work has been primarily consisted of buyouts of floodprone areas, basement protection for homes, and combined relief sewer systems. 09/19/2014 MSD Major Consent Decree Components - Update Document 7 CSO Long Term Control Plan (LTCP) -Requires the construction and implementation of CSO control measures in accordance with the requirements and schedule set forth in the approved LTCP and Consent Decree. The projects in the LTCP will be completed 23 years after the LTCP is approved by the State of Missouri. MSD is progressing with meeting the requirements for construction and implementation of the CSO control measures set forth in the CD and CSO Long Term Control Plan. As of this time MSD has started construction on the Lemay Redundanct Forcemain project, and the Lemay WWTP Capacity Improvement projects. Both projects will allow the Leamy WWTP to receive and treat additional wet weather flow through its processes. The District is on schedule to meet all milestones of the CD. 8 CSO Post Construction Monitoring Program - Requires the implementation of a Post Construction Monitoring Program to validate performance of completed CSO control measures as set forth in the approved LTCP and Consent Decree. Upon completion of CSO control measures MSD will implement this program. MSD submitted and received approval for the Quality Assurance Project Plan as part of the CSO Post Construction Monitoring Program on January 31, 2013. MSD also submitted the Post-Construction Monitoring Program Plan on April 27, 2013 and implemented the plan on June 20, 2013. Detailed monitoring plans will be developed and submitted for approval as control measures are designed and constructed. 9 CSO Green Infrastructure Program-Includes the commitment of $100 million to implement a Green Infrastructure Program. This will include a five-year pilot program aimed at using green infrastructure to reduce stormwater and resulting CSO volumes. MSD has completed the design and construction of the CSO Green Infrastructure (GI) Pilot project. MSD has met the CD financial requirements and initiated preparation of the Pilot Program report required by the CD for submittal by December 31, 2015. In addition, as allowed by the CD, MSD has implemented an Early Action GI program to provide CSO GI Improvements prior to approval of the pilot program report. This program allows for construction of CSO reducing GI with EPA approval. MSD has appropriated approximatly $13.7 million toward the EA program. Both programs progress MSD to the $100 million committment. 10 Consent Decree Reporting -Requires significant and continuous detailed reporting and transparency on all activities identified above, as well as reporting progress in achieving the overall goals of the Consent Decree to eliminate and reduce sewer system overflows. The annual reports will be made available on the District's website. MSD has met all reporting requirements for the consent decree. Reports identify all componenets for measuring progress on CD compliance. All required reporting has been posted on the MSD website. 11 Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) - To offset civil penalties, the District will spend $1.6 million dollars for a SEP program that will implement a sewer connection and septic tank closure program for low-income residents. This program must be completed within five years of the effective date of the Consent Decree. MSD is progressing with the completion of this program. The program has been slowed by the inabilty to find the necessary low income homeowners meeting the qualifications of the program. MSD has requested approval for an alternative SEP on September 9, 2014. This alternative has received verbal approval and is pending formal approval. MSD is seeking an extension of the completion date currently in the CD. 09/19/2014 MSD Major Consent Decree Components - Update Document 12 Civil Penalty - Within 30 days of the effective date of the Consent Decree, the District will pay the United States $1,200,000 as a civil penalty. This penalty is consistent with public entities of similar size that have begun the process of addressing overflow issues.MSD complied with the required payment of Civil Penalties to the United States. 13 Stipulated Penalties - The District will be subject to stipulated penalties if it fails to meet certain specified requirements outlined in the Consent Decree.MSD has met this requirement of the CD. There have been no stipulated penalties. 14 Coalition for the Environment-In settlement of the Coalition's claim for costs of litigation, including attorneys' fees, the District will pay $116,050 to be used to fund projects as determined by joint agreement between the District and the Coalition. The Consent Decree also requires the District to provide a copy of various documents and reports to the Coalition. MSD complied with the required payment of claims to Missouri Coalition for the Environment. 09/19/2014 Appendix 7.2.2 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.2: Consent Decree CIRP Impact Title:   Detailed CIRP Project List    Supports:   CIRP expenses  Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY17 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.11999CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)PERFORM CLEANING, CCTV, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 2,000,000 FY17 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12001 CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)PERFORM AS NEEDED CCTV INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 1,000,000 FY17 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12512CORPS OF ENGINEERS LOWER RIVER DES PERES FEASIBILITY STUDYPROVIDE THE REQUIRED LOCAL MATCH FOR A FEDERAL FEASIBILITY STUDY TO DEFINE A FEDERAL PROJECT FOR WATER QUALITY AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS IN THE LOWER RIVER DES PERES AREA. 500,000 FY17 UnallocatedTHE CORPS OF ENGINEERS REQUIRES A LOCAL MATCH FOR A FEASIBLITY STUDY TO DEFINE A FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT IN THE LOWER RIVER DES PERES AREA.11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY17 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11758GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT APERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 70,000 FY17 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12379GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT BPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 70,000 FY17 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12380GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT CPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 70,000 FY17 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12381GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2015) CONTRACT DPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 70,000 FY17 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12007 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2017)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.1,500,000 FY17 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY17 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY17 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12005 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)INTERGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 135,000 FY17 WastewaterPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY17 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WATERSHED AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS. 560,000 FY17 UnallocatedDATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN STORMWATER RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY & QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS.12003 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017)PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 650,000 FY17 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.12073ADAMS I/I REDUCTION (SOUTHEAST OF I-270 AND DOUGHERTY FERRY RD)CONSTRUCT 460 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWER.60,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE ADAMS STUDY AREA.12080 ASHBROOK I/I REDUCTION (ASHBROOK DR AND CHAMBERS RD)CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 5,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER, AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 105,000 FY17Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11777 BADEN CREEK EXTENSION (BP-001) - I/I REDUCTION REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWER, AND REMOVE CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-001. 1,250,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW/INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11682 BALLAS ROAD SUBTRUNK SOUTH I/I REDUCTION REMOVAL OF PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 60,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS, OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING A CONSTRUCTED SSO.12478 BISCHOFF - EDWARDS TO MARCONI COMBINED SEWER RELIEF CONSTRUCT SEPARATE SANITARY SYSTEM AND A WET WEATHER PUMP STATION. 600,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED MAINS.12023BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.3,540,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12024BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.4,675,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12025BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT CREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.4,250,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12617BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT F REHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE METHOD. 4,000,000 FY17 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED SEWERS CAUSING EXCESSIVE I/I, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.12026BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.280,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS12027BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.210,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.345,000 FY17 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12493BISSELL POINT WWTF SOUTH ASH LAGOON FLOOR REPLACEMENT REPAIR AND REPLACE AS NEEDED 160,000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR. 800,000 FY17 WastewaterASH LAGOON FLOORING IS DAMAGED AND REQUIRES REPAIR AND/OR REPLACEMENT.11883 BLACK CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTIONREMOVE EXCESSIVE I/I FROM THE PUBLIC SEWER BY CONSTRUCTING 1,100 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND BY REMOVING PRIVATE DEFECTS. 320,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12102BRIDGEVALE I/I REDUCTION (BRIDGEVALE AVE AND LAKEVIEW AVE) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 80,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11135CALVARY CEMETERY STORAGE BASINCONSTRUCT STORAGE BASIN FOR FLOWS FROM OVERCHARGED SOUTH BADEN TRUNK SEWER.500,000FY17WastewaterOVERCHAGED TRUNK SEWER.11790 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN (RIVER VALLEY RD TO L-52) CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 30-INCH FORCEMAIN AND 1,000 FEET OF 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER 7,400,000 FY17 Wastewater EXISTING FORCE MAIN IS UNDERSIZED AND 30 YEARS OLD.11789 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION LINE 10,000 FEET OF 20 AND 24-INCH FORCE MAIN FROM PUMP STATION A TO 36-INCH FORCE MAIN. 2,400,000 FY17 WastewaterFORCE MAIN CONVERSION TO REDUNDANT FORCE MAIN REQUIRES LINING DUE TO AGE AND CONDITION.11720 CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE I CONSTRUCT 13,580 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY RELIEF SEWERS. 3,270,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11917CELLA - ROLLING ROCK - GLEN CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION CONSTRUCT 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER LINES TO REPLACE DEFICIENT 6-INCH SANITARY SEWER LINES. 510,000 FY17 WastewaterDEFICIENT NON-STANDARD 6-INCH SEWER LINES CONTRIBUTING TO BUILDING BACKUPS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.12119 CHAPEL HILL I/I REDUCTION (MATTIS RD AND VENARDE DR) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 140,000 FY17 WastewaterINSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR WET WEATHER FLOWS IN SOME SEGMENTS OF SEWER.12126 COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) STORAGECONSTRUCT 530 FEET OF 96-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 170,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.170,000 FY17 WastewaterPUMP STATION HAS INSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR THE 5-YR STORM, AND DOES NOT HAVE PROVISIONS FOR EMERGENCY STORAGE.11964CONCORDIA I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD CLAYTON RD AND BIG BEND BLVD)CONSTRUCT 435 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.520,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11152CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP AREAS. 9,300,000 FY17 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11826CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR PROJECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL SYSTEM AND UPPER RDP TUNNEL SYSTEM. 3,100,000 FY17 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11151CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 2,944,000 FY17 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATIONS AND/OR OTHER FACILITIES.12432CREVE COEUR CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION SOUTHREHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE METHOD.5,900,000FY17WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11729CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY TRUNK SEWER RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-021)SIXTH PHASE OF TRUNK SEWER RELIEF PROJECT. CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-036 AND BP-037. 270,000 FY17 Wastewater OVERCHARGED TRUNK SEWER.11155 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551)CONSTRUCT 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-515 AND BP-624. 5,000,000 FY17 Wastewater TWO SSOS AND A PUMP STATION REQUIRE ELIMINATION.10021DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE ICONSTRUCT 5,400 FEET OF 78-INCH SANITARY SEWER TO ALLEVIATE SURCHARGING. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-155, BP-170, BP-198, BP-348, BP-349, BP-545, AND BP-591.5,000,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWER.12036 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.6,620,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12037 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.5,050,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12039 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.210,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 515,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)CONSTRUCT SANITARY TUNNEL AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES, PUMPING STATIONS AND SEWERS AS PART OF AN OVERALL WATERSHED PLAN FOR SANITARY RELIEF. 1,500,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)50,000,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11735 DELCREST SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-565) I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT 440 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.200,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12513 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2017)PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.2,000,000 FY17 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES.12161 ELINOR AVE. TEMPORARY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITYCONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 84-INCH SEWER IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 150,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-008. 200,000 FY17 Wastewater ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED.11747FF-04 QUIET VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (THAMES COURT TO FIESTA CIRCLE)CONSTRUCT 2,160 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-086.1,100,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10601 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 9,940 FEET OF 27-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWERS FROM SCHUETZ ROAD NEAR MEADOWSIDE DRIVE NORTHWEST TO ADIE ROAD. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-076.3,000,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12180FORDER SANITARY INTERCONNECTION (FORDER RD TO RINGER RD) CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 20-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 40,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12181 FOREST VIEW PUMP STATION (P-483) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 200 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 44,000 GALLONS OF ADDITIONAL WET WEATHER STORAGE AT PUMP STATION P-483.40,000 FY17 Wastewater11141FREDERICK STREET COMBINED SEWER RELIEFCONSTRUCT GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS TO ALLEVIATE SYSTEM PROBLEMS.500,000FY17WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS, BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING.12186FRONTENAC, WINDING RIDGE, DEER CREEK HILL I/I REDUCTION (S QUAD I-64 AND CLAYTON RD) REHABILITATE 15,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 85 MANHOLES. 200,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11137 GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTSIMPROVEMENTS IN GASLIGHT SQUARE AREA TO REDUCE BUILDING BACKUPS, TO INCLUDE STRAPPED PLUMBING RETROFITS FOR 95 BUILDINGS, OR PRIVATE PUMP STATION. 4,000,000 FY17 WastewaterOVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS CAUSING WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS.11752GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2016)RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 250,000 FY17 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.11760GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2016)RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 300,000 FY17 WastewaterDESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12388GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2017) CONTRACT ARETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12389GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2017) CONTRACT BRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12390GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2017) CONTRACT CRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.11779GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT ARETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2015 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.90,000 FY17 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.11780GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT BRETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2015 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.90,000 FY17 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.11781GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (FY2013) CONTRACT CRETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2015 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.90,000 FY17 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.11764GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT ARETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12394GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT BRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12395GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT CRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12405GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT DRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY17 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12406GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT E GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2016) CONTRACT E 50,000 FY17 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12175GEYER SANITARY RELIEF AND WINDSOR SPRINGS P-521 STORAGE (BIG BEND BLVD TO WINDSOR SPRINGS DR)CONSTRUCT 5,300 FEET OF 6-INCH FORCEMAIN. CONSTRUCT 500 FEET OF 96-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 188,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. 420,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12177GLENDALE SECTION D SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V (SKME-624) I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT STORM SEWERS IN ORDER TO FACILITATE REMOVAL OF AREA DRAINS FOR 50 PROPERTIES. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-496. 3,335,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12495GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRSCONSTRUCT REPAIRS TO ADDRESS BUILDING SETTLING, TANK DETERIORATION, SWITCHGEAR PROBLEMS, AND INFLUENT PUMPING STATION SCREEN ISSUES. 1,000,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING AND TANK DETERIORATION, AND SWITCHGEAR AND SCREEN RELIABILITY ISSUES.10496GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III IV & V (SKME -521)CONSTRUCT 3,740 FEET OF 84-INCH TO 90-INCH SANITARY TRUNK SEWER. PROJECT INCLUDES REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF A UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TRACK SPUR. 244,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12282GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III, IV AND V COLLECTOR/CONNECTOR SEWERSCONSTRUCT 5,400 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 8,500 FEET OF 60-INCH TO 72-INCH EXISTING SEWER.300,000 FY17 WastewaterCOLLECTION SEWERS NEED TO BE CONNECTED TO THE NEW GRAVOIS TRUNK. OLD TRUNK SEWER NEEDS TO BE ABANDONED.11766GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-521)SIXTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 72-INCH DIAMETER SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-588. 630,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)CONSTRUCT SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY TO STORE WET WEATHER SANITARY FLOW, TO MITIGATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE TWO CONSTRUCTED SSOS.3,000,000 FY17 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12372GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 35 PROPERTIES. 550,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.12510GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) REHABILITATE 44,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH PUBLIC SEWER. 135,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.11770HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (IMPROVEMENTS FROM BASIN TO HAMILTON TRUNK)DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A DETENTION BASIN TO RELIEVE BASEMENT BACKUPS AND FLOODING IN A LOW ELEVATION AREA CONTAINING TWO MAJOR TRUNK SEWERS. IMPROVEMENTS ARE PLANNED TO BE CONSTRUCTED BY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CSO REDUCTION EFFORTS IN THE CITY OF ST3,900,000 FY17 WastewaterSTREET FLOODING AND BASEMENT BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11797HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - DARVER TO 69TH STREET TRUNK SEWERCONSTRUCT 8,550 OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH TRUNK SEWER, 70 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 3,000 FEET OF SEWER LINING.670,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11800HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - TRUNK SEWER REHABILITATIONCONSTRUCT 109,900 FEET OF SHOTCRETE LINER, 1,240 FEET OF CIPP LINING, AND 6,400 SQUARE FEET OF SPOT REPAIRS.440,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12297HARMANN ESTATES PUMP STATION (P-709) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-709.500,000FY17WastewaterPUMP STATION P-709 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12298HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND AVE TO W ROSE HILL AVE) CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 63,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description10863 HERMITAGE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-615)CONSTRUCT 3,850 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-181, BP-333, BP-343, AND BP-555. 240,000 FY17 Wastewater12306HOLLENBERG PUMP STATION (P-713) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-713.500,000FY17WastewaterPUMP STATION P-713 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12011INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2017) CONTRACT AAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.2,500,000 FY17 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12012INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2017) CONTRACT BAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.2,500,000 FY17 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12007 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2017)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.5,500,000 FY17 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL, ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS (P-305) PUMP STATIONS. 130,000 FY17 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)6,195,000 FY17 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.11142JENNINGS STATION ROAD / NORTH BADEN BASINCONSTRUCT DETENTION BASIN IN AREA OF NORTH BADEN TRUNK SEWER.300,000FY17WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND FLOODING.11713LADUE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEFREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.30,000FY17WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11714 LADUE SUBTRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-654)CONSTRUCT 1,250 FEET OF STORM SEWER AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.1,000,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12324LANDMARK OFFICE PUMP STATION (P-411) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-411.500,000FY17Wastewater12327 LAY RD - GALLERIA I/I REDUCTION (CLAYTON RD AND LAY RD)REHABILITATE 720 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.200,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12061 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2016) REHABILITATE 52,100 FEET OF PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE METHOD. 2,800,000 FY17 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED SEWERS CAUSING EXCESSIVE I/I, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.12048 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.4,520,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12049 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.5,600,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12050 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT CREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.4,420,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12038 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2017) CONTRACT DREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.4,225,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12051 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.45,000 FY17 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12488 LEMAY PUMP STATIONS 1 AND 2 IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND SWITCH GEAR, AND MECHANICAL GATE REPLACEMENT.3,500,000 FY17 Wastewater AGING AND FAILING SYSTEMS IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 1,315,000 FY17 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11716LEMAY WATERSHED I/I REMOVAL - NORTH HAMPTON CREEKREMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.5,900,000FY17WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12470LEMAY WATERSHED PUBLIC I/I REMOVAL - NORTH HAMPTON CREEK REHABILITATE 49,600 FEET OF PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE METHOD. 5,500,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS ACROSS THE SERVICE AREA.12428 LEMAY WWTF CONCRETE PRESERVATIONREPAIR DETERIORATED CONCRETE DECKS IN ALL OUTSIDE PROCESS AREAS AND FINAL SETTLING TANK EFFLUENT CHANNEL, AND SEAL CHANNEL SURFACE 1,250,000 FY17 WastewaterCONCRETE DECKS AND EFFLUENT CHANNEL ARE IN VARIOUS STATES OF DETERIORATION, WITH ALGAE GROWTH IN EFFLUENT CHANNEL AN ADDITIONAL CONCERN11959LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL NORTH DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWERSCONSTRUCT CONSOLIDATION SEWERS TO DELIVER FLOWS TO THE NORTHERN PORTION OF THE DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM.270,000 FY17 WastewaterMITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED. 4,000,000 FY17 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)6,220,000 FY17 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11958LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE CONSOLIDATION SEWERSCONSTRUCT CONSOLIDATION SEWERS TO DELIVER FLOWS TO THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM.645,000 FY17 WastewaterMITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE.11816 LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT PUMP STATION TO PUMP STORED COMBINED SEWERAGE TO LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT. 2,415,000 FY17 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.12479LOWELL STREET - GIMBLIN TO DODDRIDGE COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT REPLACE 710 FEET OF 27-INCH COMBINED SEWER WITH 42-INCH COMBINED SEWER. 100,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED MAINS.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.770,000 FY17 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. 6,200,000 FY17 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE IIEXPAND AND UPGRADE EXISTING LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO ACCOMODATE FUTURE FLOWS AND FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 3,000,000 FY17 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12499LOWER MERAMEC WWTF HVAC, LIGHTING, AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO THE HVAC SYSTEMS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, REDUCE HUMIDITY, AND MODIFY LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS.200,000 FY17 Wastewater INEFFICIENT HVAC SYSTEMS AND EXCESSIVE HUMIDITY IN SOME AREAS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11653 MACKENZIE I/I REDUCTIONREMOVAL OF PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS AND CONSTRUCT 1,100 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER.2,400,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW / INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12335 MACKENZIE I/I REDUCTION (CHIPPEWA AND MACKENZIE HILLS) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.270,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12336MACKENZIE I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.780,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12511MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) REHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS.110,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) CONSTRUCT COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL, ASSOCIATED PUMP STATION, AND SEWERS. 21,315,000 FY17 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)485,000 FY17 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.11930 MARTIGNEY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION REHABILITATE 27,000 FEET OF PUBLIC SEWERS WITH CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE METHOD. 5,425,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I ENTERING SECTIONS OF THE PUBLIC SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM THAT ARE DEFECTIVE.11662 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTION REHABILITATION OF SEWERS TO REMOVE EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION. 100,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW/INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12351 MIDLAND - OLIVE SEWER SEPARATIONCONSTRUCT 15,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 108-INCH STORM SEWER AND 3,500 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 72-INCH COMBINED SEWER.2,770,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12483MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. 1,000,000FY17 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12502 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF POWER FEEDER REPLACEMENTREPLACE POWER FEEDER CABLES THAT CONNECT THE PRIMARY CLARIFIER BUILDING AND EFFLUENT PUMP STATION TO THE MOTOR CONTROL CENTER. 750,000 FY17 Wastewater DETERIORATED POWER FEED CABLES.12536NATURAL BRIDGE RD - DARBY TO CHEVROLET COMBINED SEWER RELIEF REPLACE 1,100 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 42-INCH COMBINED SEWER WITH 54-INCH COMBINED SEWER. 1,200,000 FY17 WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS RESULTING IN FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT FLOODING.10716NEW ENGLAND TOWN QUARRY PUMP STATION (P-307) (SKME-544) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 8,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND ELIMINATE TWO PUMP STATIONS (P-307 AND P-323).3,100,000 FY17 WastewaterTWO LIFT STATIONS ARE AT THE END OF THEIR LIFE CYCLE, AND ONE IS RECEIVING ADDITIONAL FLOWS DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE OTHER PUMP STATION.12361NORTH FEE FEE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-270 AND CREVE COEUR MILL RD)REHABILITATE 13 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 30 PROPERTIES.150,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12362NORTH FOREST AND BROOKSIDE I/I REDUCTION (SUMMIT AVE AND MARSHALL AVE)REHABILITATE 49 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES.220,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12363NORTH WEBSTER CC, POCAHONTAS, SOUTH BRENTWOOD I/I REDUCTION (S BRENTWOOD BLVD AND MANCHESTER)REHABILITATE 35 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 25 PROPERTIES.430,000 FY17 WastewaterSURCHARGING BROUGHT ABOUT BY EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11989PARDEE - BLACKTHORN - HOLLY I/I REDUCTION (WATSON RD AND S ROCK HILL RD)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-631.1,050,000 FY17 WastewaterWET WEATHER FLOWS FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SOURCES REDUCE THE CAPACITY OF THE SYSTEM.11877 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAMCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY17 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.11094 PROSPECT HILL LANDFILL VERTICAL EXPANSIONCONSTRUCT NEW ENTRANCE, WATER LINE AND HYDRANTS, AND LEACHATE FIELD IN PREPARATION FOR VERTICAL EXPANSION OF EXISTING LANDFILL. 4,500,000 FY17 WastewaterLANDFILL THAT MSD UTILIZES TO DISPOSE OF INCINERATOR ASH IS NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE.12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS. 3,500,000 FY17 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12190 ROBYN I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND ROBYN RD)REHABILITATE 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES.170,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND STRUCTURAL ISSUES.11069ROCK HILL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-618)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.180,000FY17WastewaterSANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.11919 ROLENS AND TELEGRAPH SANITARY STORAGECONSTRUCT 420 FEET OF 60-INCH SANITARY SEWER FOR STORAGE, AND 220 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-222 AND BP-516. 710,000 FY17 Wastewater REMOVAL REQUIRED OF SSO BP-222 AND SSO BP-516.10748 ROSEMARY, PHILO, & KATHLEEN SEWER SEPARATIONDISCONNECT DRIVEWAY DRAINS AND DOWNSPOUTS. CONSTRUCT 350 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND 2,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH INCH STORM SEWER AND PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.330,000 FY17 WastewaterAPPROXIMATELY 115 RESIDENCES HAVE DOWNSPOUTS AND DRIVEWAY DRAINS CONNECTED TO THE SANITARY SEWER.11990SAPPINGTON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (GRAVOIS RD AND SAPPINGTON RD) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 280,000 FY17 WastewaterWET WEATHER FLOWS FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SOURCES REDUCE THE CAPACITY OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM.11059 SENECA PRIVATE I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT 5,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER AND REMOVE PRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION FROM 156 PROPERTIES. 1,300,000 FY17 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION FROM PRIVATE SOURCES CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12205SOUTH COUNTY SANITARY RELIEF (P-419 TO CRIPPLE CREEK DR) CONSTRUCT 11,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 1,000,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11667 STERLING PLACE SEPARATE SEWER I/I REMOVAL REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.1,820,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSO.12222 SUBURBAN I/I REDUCTION (HARRISON DR AND SUBURBAN AVE)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS AND CONSTRUCT 360 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER.820,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12473SUBURBAN PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (HARRISON DR AND SUBURBAN AVE) REHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE METHOD. 3,550,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12223 SUGAR CREEK I/I REDUCTION (W ADAMS AVE AND COUCH AVE)REHABILITATE 4,600 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.370,000 FY17 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11143 TILLIE BADEN NEWBY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT DETENTION BASIN AND/OR GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS TO ALLEVIATE ISSUES. 500,000 FY17 WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND FLOODING IN AREA OF NORTH BADEN SEWER. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12235TOWNE SOUTH AND BRUNSTON I/I REDUCTION (AMBS RD AND TOWNE CENTRE DR) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES. 20,000 FY17 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12237TRAMPE (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (CASTILON AVE AND TRAMPE AVE) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 50,000 FY17 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11991UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (HANLEY HILLS AND BEL-NOR) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 1,600,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCING CAPACITY OF EXISTING SEWER SYSTEM.11984UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (UR-08 AND UR-09)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.3,600,000FY17WastewaterEXCESSIVE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION.11983UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (UR-10)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.190,000FY17WastewaterEXCESSIVE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION.11671UNIVERSITY CITY I/I REDUCTION - EAST (WC-01, WC-02, & WC-03) REMOVAL OF PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 1,100,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW/INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12437UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (UR-08 AND UR-09) REHABILITATE 70,800 FEET OF PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE METHOD. 6,400,000 FY17 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED SEWERS CAUSING EXCESSIVE I/I, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.12438 UNIVERSITY CITY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION - EAST (UR-10) REHABILITATE 32,000 FEET OF PUBLIC SEWERS USING THE CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE METHOD. 2,415,000 FY17 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED SEWERS CAUSING EXCESSIVE I/I, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.11992 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) CONSTRUCT 6.5 MILLION GALLON UNDERGROUND STORAGE FACILITY. 3,700,000 FY17 WastewaterSANITARY STORAGE IS NECESSARY IN UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED FOR FLOW ALLOCATION TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT FACILITY DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS.10026 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION ACONSTRUCT 7,300 FEET OF 42-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWER, INCLUDING PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-305. 5,000,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11791 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION BCONSTRUCT 6,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWERS, INCLUDING PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-597. 100,000 FY17 Wastewater BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11791 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION B5,000,000 FY17 Wastewater BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS. 600,000 FY17 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12252UR-11 BALSON AVENUE SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 4,300 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWERS.330,000FY17WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12257 VALLEY I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND KEHRS MILL RD)CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 30 PROPERTIES.160,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12265VIRGINIA I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND MARSH AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 2,100 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.140,000FY17WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12491 WATKINS CREEK PUMP STATION (P-101) UPGRADESCONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR CHEMICALS STORAGE.450,000 FY17 WastewaterAGING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS IN NEED OF UPGRADE TO CURRENT STANDARDS, AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR ONSITE CHEMICALS NEEDED.11965 WEST WISE I/I REDUCTION (NW QUAD I-64 AND BIG BEND BLVD)CONSTRUCT 960 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS.2,110,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12278WESTBOROUGH - LUTHER - MERMOD PLACE I/I REDUCTION (N KIRKWOOD RD TO I-44 AND BERRY RD) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I.420,000 FY17 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12283WILLIAMS CREEK PUMP STATION (P-523) STORAGE REHABILITATION REHABILITATE 420 FEET OF 96-INCH STORAGE PIPE. 20,000 FY17 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-523 STORAGE NEEDS REHABILITATION TO REDUCE EXCESSIVE I/I.12293 WOODHOLLOW I/I REDUCTION (I-270 AND PAGE) REHABILITATE 1,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES. 30,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12296WOODS MILL SANITARY RELIEF (I-64 TO BROOK MILL LN)CONSTRUCT 1,800 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.120,000FY17WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY18 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.11999CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)PERFORM CLEANING, CCTV, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 2,000,000 FY18 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12001 CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)PERFORM AS NEEDED CCTV INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 1,000,000 FY18 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY18 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12382GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT APERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY18 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12383GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT BPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY18 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12384GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT CPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY18 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12385GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT DPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY18 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12008 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.1,500,000 FY18 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY18 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY18 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12005 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)INTERGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 140,000 FY18 WastewaterPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY18 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WATERSHED AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS. 575,000 FY18 UnallocatedDATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN STORMWATER RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY & QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS.12003 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017)PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 650,000 FY18 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.12078APPLE ORCHARD - SINGERSON - BAYLESS PLACE I/I REDUCTION (LEMAY FERRY RD AND BAYLESS AVE)REHABILITATE 23,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 90 PROPERTIES.210,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I ENTERING THE SYSTEM AND STRUCTURAL ISSUES CAUSING BUILDING ACKUPS.12093 BELLERIVE SANITARY RELIEF (LADUE RD TO CONWAY RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.170,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM.12026BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.9,250,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS12027BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.7,000,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12029BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.210,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12030BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.215,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY18 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12494BISSELL POINT WWTF MAIN SUBSTATION SWITCHGEAR REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF MAIN SUBSTATION SWITCHGEAR. 550,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING SWITCHGEAR IS OBSOLETE AND REPLACEMENT IS REQUIRED TO MINIMIZE POWER SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS.12098BRADFORD WOODS PUMP STATION (P-429) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-429.500,000FY18WastewaterPUMP STATION B-429 CURRENTLY HAS NO STORAGE.12099BRENTMORE PUMP STATION (P-773) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMPSTATION P-773500,000FY18WastewaterPUMP STATION P-773 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12100BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD)REHABILITATE 1,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 87 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 45 PROPERTIES.210,000 FY18 WastewaterREDUCTION OF I/I ACROSS THE TRIBUTARY AREA REQUIRED.10539 BRIDGEPORT AVE & BRENTWOOD BLVD SEWER SEPARATIONCONSTRUCT 540 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS AND APPUTENANCES, REMOVING CROSS CONNECTIONS TO COMBINED SYSTEM.200,000 FY18 WastewaterWATER BACKUPS DUE TO STORM SYSTEM CROSS CONNECTIONS WITH COMBINED SEWERS.12104BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR) CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER 420,000FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUP AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12111 CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR)CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 1,900 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-370 AND BP-581. 220,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-370 AND BP-581 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12112 CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE)REHABILITATE 6,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 50 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 45 PROPERTIES.370,000 FY18 Wastewater12113 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION PHASE II REHABILITY 25,000 FEET OF 24-INCH FORCEMAN. 700,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING FORCEMAIN IS BEING REPLACED. A NEW FORCEMAIN IN PUT INTO SERVICE, THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN MUST BE REHABILITATED TO PROVIDE REDUNDANCY.12115 CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE II CONSTRUCT 5,600 FEET OF 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 530,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM.11884 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I FROM PUBLIC SEWER BY CORRECTING IMPROPER CONNECTIONS ON 300 PROPERTIES.210,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12120CHESTERFIELD VALLEY BUSINESS PUMP STATION (P-729) REPLACEMENT REHABILITATE OR REPLACE PUMP STATION P-729. 200,000 FY18 Wastewater WET WELL IN POOR CONDITION.12504 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINAL CLARIFIERS REPLACEMENTDEMOLISH EXISTING FOUR SQUARE CLARIFIERS AND CONSTRUCT NEW FOURTH CIRCULAR CLARIFIER. ENLARGE FEED CHANNEL AND PIPING TO THE EXISTING THREE CIRCULAR CLARIFIERS. 5,000,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING FOUR SQUARE FINAL CLARIFIERS ARE 50 YEARS OLD, AND PAST THEIR USEFUL LIFE.11724COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D - SECTION B REHABILITATIONCONSTRUCT REHABILITATION OF SECTION B OF THE COLDWATER TRUNK SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-091, BP-115, BP-119, BP-141, BP-144, BP-473, BP-526, AND BP-527. 2,025,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER.12125COLDWATER SOUTHWEST SUBWATERSHED I/I REDUCTION (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD AND ASHBY RD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 25 PROPERTIES. 3,330,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12128CONCORD I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND E CONCORD RD) REHABILITATE 33 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATES SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. 185,000 FY18 Wastewater INSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR WET WEATHER FLOW.11152CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP AREAS. 1,200,000 FY18 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11826CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR PROJECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL SYSTEM AND UPPER RDP TUNNEL SYSTEM. 4,850,000 FY18 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11151CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 4,286,000 FY18 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATIONS AND/OR OTHER FACILITIES.12131 CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 370,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE THE CAPACITY TO CONVEY THE DESIGN STORM CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.12138CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD)REHABILITATE 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.160,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10851CSO - MCKNIGHT ROAD #2737 CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-298)/OUTFALL (L-161)CONSTRUCT 2,300 OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-298 AND CSO OVERFLOW L-160. REMOVE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION. 2,050,000 FY18 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE DISTRICT'S LONG-TERM CSO CONTROL PLAN TO ADDRESS COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED.11155 DAMMERT AND BROADWAY SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-551)CONSTRUCT 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-515 AND BP-624. 2,150,000 FY18 Wastewater TWO SSOS AND A PUMP STATION REQUIRE ELIMINATION.12144 DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 1,100 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER. 140,000 FY18 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS ALONG DARTMOUTH AVENUE AND YALE AVENUE.12471DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IICONSTRUCT 5,400 FEET OF 78-INCH SANITARY SEWER TO ALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSOS.15,000,000 FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWER.11997DC-09 WEST I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND LADUE RD)CONSTRUCT CIPP PUBLIC SEWER REHABILITATION OF 30,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 200 MANHOLES, AND REMOVE PRIVATE DEFECTS. 380,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12039 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.7,000,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12042 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.330,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 470,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)CONSTRUCT SANITARY TUNNEL AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES, PUMPING STATIONS AND SEWERS AS PART OF AN OVERALL WATERSHED PLAN FOR SANITARY RELIEF. 1,500,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)75,400,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12514 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2018)PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.2,000,000 FY18 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES.12160EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD)REHABILITATE 13,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES.140,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12163ENGELHOLM AND PARK SANITARY RELIEF (SPENCER PL TO LEADALE DR)CONSTRUCT 12,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-451 AND BP-621. 1,410,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRED.12164ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR)REHABILITATE 4,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 59 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERITES.230,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE ESSEX STUDY AREA.11786ESSEX PLACE COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT OF 14 PROPERTIES ON ESSEX PLACE.500,000FY18WastewaterREOCCURRING OVERCHARGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12457FARMERS MILL PUMP STATION (P-774) REPLACEMENTREMOVE AND REPLACE EXISTING PUMP STATION.500,000FY18WastewaterDETERIORATING PUMP STATION.11996FAWN VALLEY, PIONEER PARK, WESTCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD W OF N GEYER RD)CONSTRUCT CIPP PUBLIC SEWER REHABILITATION OF 8,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 90 MANHOLES, AND REMOVE PRIVATE DEFECTS. 205,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SEWER SURCHARGING, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.11737FERGUSON SANITARY SEWER (OLIVE TO PAGE) (DIAMOND PARK) CONSTRUCT 6,500 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 10,000,000 FY18 Wastewater OVERCHARGED MAINS, SANITARY OVERFLOWS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.10012FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR)CONSTRUCT 4,950 FEET OF 15-INCH RELIEF SEWER NEAR SCHUETZ ROAD. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-069.410,000 FY18 Wastewater BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERLOADED SANITARY SEWERS.10601 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 9,940 FEET OF 27-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWERS FROM SCHUETZ ROAD NEAR MEADOWSIDE DRIVE NORTHWEST TO ADIE ROAD. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-076.2,500,000 FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10018FF-18 VILLA DORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (ADIE RD TO VILLA DORADO DR)CONSTRUCT 5,230 FEET OF 30-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWER WEST OF SCHUETZ ROAD FROM ADIE ROAD SOUTH TO VILLA DORADO DRIVE. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-087. 5,000,000 FY18 Wastewater BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11137 GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTSIMPROVEMENTS IN GASLIGHT SQUARE AREA TO REDUCE BUILDING BACKUPS, TO INCLUDE STRAPPED PLUMBING RETROFITS FOR 95 BUILDINGS, OR PRIVATE PUMP STATION. 3,500,000 FY18 WastewaterOVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS CAUSING WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS.12386GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2018)RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 250,000 FY18 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12396GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018)RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 300,000 FY18 WastewaterDESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12388GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2017) CONTRACT ARETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12389GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2017) CONTRACT BRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12390GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2017) CONTRACT CRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2018 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12398GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT ARETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.150,000 FY18 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12408GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT ARETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12409GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT BRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12410GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT CRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12411GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT DRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12412GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT ERETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY18 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12495GRAND GLAIZE WWTF BUILDING, SWITCHGEAR, TANK AND SCREEN REPAIRSCONSTRUCT REPAIRS TO ADDRESS BUILDING SETTLING, TANK DETERIORATION, SWITCHGEAR PROBLEMS, AND INFLUENT PUMPING STATION SCREEN ISSUES. 3,000,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING AND TANK DETERIORATION, AND SWITCHGEAR AND SCREEN RELIABILITY ISSUES.10496GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III IV & V (SKME -521)CONSTRUCT 3,740 FEET OF 84-INCH TO 90-INCH SANITARY TRUNK SEWER. PROJECT INCLUDES REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF A UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD TRACK SPUR. 1,584,000 FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)CONSTRUCT SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY TO STORE WET WEATHER SANITARY FLOW, TO MITIGATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE TWO CONSTRUCTED SSOS.10,000,000 FY18 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)500,000 FY18 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12510GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) REHABILITATE 44,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH PUBLIC SEWER. 4,475,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.12619HAMBURG AVE TO AL CLAIRE DR TO WEBMORE DR CSO L-181 (i-032) ELIMINATIONPERFORM PIR REMOVAL AT 139 PROPERTIES, REHABILITATE 6,500 FEET OF SANITARY AND STORM SEWERS, AND REMOVE CSO L-181.1,000,000 FY18 Wastewater ELIMINATION OF CSO L-181 REQUIRED.11769HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) (GOODFELLOW TO HAMILTON)DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A DETENTION BASIN TO RELIEVE BASEMENT BACKUPS AND FLOODING IN A LOW ELEVATION AREA CONTAINING TWO MAJOR TRUNK SEWERS. IMPROVEMENTS ARE PLANNED TO BE CONSTRUCTED BY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CSO REDUCTION EFFORTS IN THE CITY OF ST3,300,000 FY18 WastewaterSTREET FLOODING AND BASEMENT BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11796HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HAMILTON TO DARVER TRUNK SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 108-INCH SEWERS, AND 190 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL.4,000,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11798HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HODIAMONT TO CHERRY TRUNK SEWER BCONSTRUCT 5,540 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 84-INCH SEWER, 330 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 1,500 FEET OF SEWER LINING.800,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12304HELTA, SAPPINGTON, AND GREGORY COURT I/I REDUCTION (SAPPINGTON RD AND I-270)CONSTRUCT 7,900 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 35,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 25 PROPERTIES. 280,000 FY18 Wastewater INSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR WET WEATHER FLOWS.11994HUNTLEIGH MANOR, OLD WARSON, TIMBERWYK I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD SOUTH OF LITZSINGER RD)CONSTRUCT CIPP PUBLIC SEWER REHABILITATION OF 10,500 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 100 MANHOLES, AND REMOVE PRIVATE DEFECTS. 370,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SEWER SURCHARGING, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12014INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT AAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.2,500,000 FY18 Wastewater12015INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2018) CONTRACT BAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.2,500,000 FY18 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12008 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2018)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.5,500,000 FY18 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL, ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS (P-305) PUMP STATIONS. 29,925,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)615,000 FY18 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.12314KAPPEL (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (EXUMA DR AND GLEN OWEN DR) REHABILITATE 1,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.195,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12316 KINGSTON STUDY AREA I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 210 PROPERTIES. 400,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12317KIRKWOOD I/I REDUCTION (BIG BEND BLVD AND S KIRKWOOD RD)REHABILITATE 38,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 110 PROPERTIES.860,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.11995KIRKWOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL, SIMMONS, WILSON, W SARAH I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND KIRKWOOD RD)CONSTRUCT CIPP PUBLIC SEWER REHABILITATION OF 16,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER, 140 MANHOLES, AND REMOVE PRIVATE DEFECTS. 455,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SEWER SURCHARGING, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12320LADUE FARMS PUMP STATION (P-733) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-733.500,000FY18WastewaterPUMP STATION P-733 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12322LAFAYETTE SANITARY RELIEF (STRECKER RD TO DURANGO PASS CT) CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 160,000 FY18 Wastewater EXISTING 8-INCH PIPE DOES NOT HAVE ADEQUATE CAPACITY.12323 LAKE FOREST DR SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER.140,000 FY18 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12051 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2018) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.1,450,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12054 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.80,000 FY18 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 390,000 FY18 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.12545LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE IREPLACE 30,000 SQUARE FEET OF DETERIORATED PAVEMENT.480,000FY18WastewaterDETERIORATING CONCRETE PAVEMENT.12328LINDBERGH PARK COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BREDELL AVE TO PRINCETON PL) CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER. 650,000 FY18 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12329LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07)CONSTRUCT 7,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476.550,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. FOUR SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476 REQUIRE REMOVAL.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED. 500,000 FY18 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.720,000 FY18 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. 1,000,000 FY18 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL5,000,000 FY18 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE IIEXPAND AND UPGRADE EXISTING LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO ACCOMODATE FUTURE FLOWS AND FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 10,000,000 FY18 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12499LOWER MERAMEC WWTF HVAC, LIGHTING, AND HUMIDITY CONTROL IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO THE HVAC SYSTEMS TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, REDUCE HUMIDITY, AND MODIFY LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS.800,000 FY18 Wastewater INEFFICIENT HVAC SYSTEMS AND EXCESSIVE HUMIDITY IN SOME AREAS.12511MACKENZIE PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) REHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS.3,650,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) CONSTRUCT COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL, ASSOCIATED PUMP STATION, AND SEWERS. 21,420,000 FY18 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)485,000 FY18 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.12342MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE)CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 5,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT FIVE PROPERTIES. 190,000 FY18 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12348MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) REHABILITATE 20,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES. 240,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12349 MEAD SANITARY RELIEF (LANDWEHR LN TO HEMLOCK DR) CONSTRUCT 690 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-289. 60,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-289 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12483MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. 2,500,000FY18 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.11828 PARTRIDGE AVENUE 8500 BLOCK COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT 10 PROPERTIES IN THE 8500 BLOCK OF PARTRIDGE, SOFT SEPARATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN.750,000 FY18 Wastewater OVERCHAGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.11877 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAMCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY18 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS. 3,500,000 FY18 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12420REAVSDALE I/I REDUCTION (MACKENZIE RD AND REAVIS BARRACKS RD) REHABILITATE 34 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES. 130,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.12188 RIVERPORT 6 PUMP STATION (P-781) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-781200,000 FY18 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-781 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12530ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALSL BP-640 AND BP-641.300,000 FY18 WastewaterREMOVAL OF CONSTRUCTED SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED.11680 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 583,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW/INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12193 ROYAL PINES PUMP STATION (P-739) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-739.500,000 FY18 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-739 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12630 S 2ND STREET 1200 CSO SEWER SEPARATIONCONSTRUCT 100 FEET OF 18-INCH COMBINED SEWER, ABANDON 20 FEET OF SEWER, AND REPLACE DEFICIENT INTERCEPTOR SLUICE GATE.135,000 FY18 WastewaterDETERIORATED INFRASTRUCTURE AND IMPROPER CONNECTION REQUIRE CORRECTION.12209SPRINGDALE I/I REDUCTION (ROLLING DR AND SMITHFIELD PL)PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES.82,000FY18WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12218STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 170,000 FY18 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12226 TAPAWINGO PUMP STATION (P-440) STORAGE REHABILITATION REHABILITATE 150 FEET OF 96-INCH STORAGE PIPE. 35,000 FY18 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-440 STORAGE NEEDS REHABILITATION TO REDUCE EXCESSIVE I/I.12228TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 1434 TESSON CREEK STUDY AREA. 250,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12229 THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES. 170,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12230TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD)CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWER.150,000 FY18 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12238 TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN)CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 15,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 123 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. 200,000 FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11992 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) CONSTRUCT 6.5 MILLION GALLON UNDERGROUND STORAGE FACILITY. 20,000,000 FY18 WastewaterSANITARY STORAGE IS NECESSARY IN UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED FOR FLOW ALLOCATION TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT FACILITY DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS.12243UPPER JESKE PARK SANITARY RELIEF (SCOTT DR TO CARDIGAN DR)CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-315.90,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-315 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12244UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD)REHABILITATE 2,400 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.210,000 FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11791 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION BCONSTRUCT 6,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWERS, INCLUDING PIPE IN TUNNEL. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-597. 5,000,000 FY18 Wastewater BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS. 600,000 FY18 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12491 WATKINS CREEK PUMP STATION (P-101) UPGRADESCONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT, AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR CHEMICALS STORAGE.3,000,000 FY18 WastewaterAGING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS IN NEED OF UPGRADE TO CURRENT STANDARDS, AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT FOR ONSITE CHEMICALS NEEDED.11678WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IVREMOVE EXCESSIVE I/I FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SOURCES THROUGH SEWER REHABILITATION AND OTHER METHODS.1,700,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS.11212 WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 1,366 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWERS FROM SOUTH OF ROSALIE AVE. TO WHITE AVE.140,000 FY18 WastewaterSTREET FLOODING AND WATER BACKUPS DUE TO INADEQUATE COMBINED SEWERS.12583WHITE BURCH PUMP STATION (P-725) REHABILITATION OR ELIMINATION ELIMINATE PUMP STATION BY CONSTRUCTING GRAVITY MAIN TO RIVERWOOD PUMP STATION. 150,000 FY18Wastewater ELIMINATION OF PUMP STATION POSSIBLE.12309 YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141)REHABILITATE 8,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. 20,000 FY18 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY19 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.11999CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)PERFORM CLEANING, CCTV, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 2,000,000 FY19 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12001 CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2017)PERFORM AS NEEDED CCTV INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 1,000,000 FY19 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY19 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12382GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT APERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY19 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12383GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT BPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY19 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12384GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT CPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY19 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12385GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT DPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY19 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12009 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2019)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.1,500,000 FY19 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY19 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY19 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12005 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2017)INTERGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 145,000 FY19 WastewaterPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY19 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WATERSHED AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS. 575,000 FY19 UnallocatedDATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN STORMWATER RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY & QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS.12003 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2017)PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 650,000 FY19 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11993 82ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09)CONSTRUCT 5,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH DIAMETER SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-421.5,000,000 FY19 WastewaterREPLACE UNDERSIZED SEWER, ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-421, PREDECESSOR PROJECT FOR FUTURE SSO REMOVALS.12073ADAMS I/I REDUCTION (SOUTHEAST OF I-270 AND DOUGHERTY FERRY RD)CONSTRUCT 460 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWER.230,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE ADAMS STUDY AREA.12075AFFTON I/I REDUCTION (HANOVER, HILDESHEIM-WEBER RD, SEIBERT, AND HAMBURG)CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 370 PROPERTIES. 510,000 FY19 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11862 ASHLAND AVENUE - CLARA TO BELT COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT OF 31 PROPERTIES IN THE 5500 BLOCK OF ASHLAND, WHICH ARE ADJACENT TO THE SOUTH HARLEM TRUNK SEWER, SOFT SEPARATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN.500,000 FY19 Wastewater RECURRING OVERCHARGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.11863ASHLAND AVENUE - SEMPLE TO UNION COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT OF 55 PROPERTIES ALONG THE SOUTH HARLEM TRUNK SEWER, SOFT SEPARATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN. 500,000 FY19 Wastewater RECURRING OVERCHARGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12092BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR)CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-287.130,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-287 REQUIRED REMOVAL.12478 BISCHOFF - EDWARDS TO MARCONI COMBINED SEWER RELIEF CONSTRUCT SEPARATE SANITARY SYSTEM AND A WET WEATHER PUMP STATION. 2,000,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED MAINS.12029BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.7,000,000 FY19 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12030BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.7,050,000 FY19 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12033BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.55,000 FY19 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12095BISSELL HILLS SANITARY REHAB PHASE III (SERVICE LATERAL CONNECTIONS) (CHAMBERS RD AND COBURG LANDS DR) CONSTRUCT 1,490 SERVICE LATERAL CONNECTION REPAIRS. 960,000 FY19 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12096 BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF (ST CYR RD TO LEETON AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,300 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 280,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-317 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12492BISSELL POINT WWTF BELT FILTER PRESS CONVEYOR REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF BELT CONVEYOR SYSTEMS. 600,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING BELT CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES REPLACEMENT.12494BISSELL POINT WWTF MAIN SUBSTATION SWITCHGEAR REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF MAIN SUBSTATION SWITCHGEAR. 2,750,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING SWITCHGEAR IS OBSOLETE AND REPLACEMENT IS REQUIRED TO MINIMIZE POWER SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS.12493BISSELL POINT WWTF SOUTH ASH LAGOON FLOOR REPLACEMENT REPAIR AND REPLACE AS NEEDED 160,000 SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR. 3,200,000 FY19 WastewaterASH LAGOON FLOORING IS DAMAGED AND REQUIRES REPAIR AND/OR REPLACEMENT.11847 BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERSCONSTRUCT 9,260 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-013, BP-017, BP-018, BP-151, AND BP-583. 1,950,000 FY19 WastewaterWET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS, OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND SEWER OVERFLOWS.11135CALVARY CEMETERY STORAGE BASINCONSTRUCT STORAGE BASIN FOR FLOWS FROM OVERCHARGED SOUTH BADEN TRUNK SEWER.1,200,000FY19WastewaterOVERCHAGED TRUNK SEWER.12248 CAULKS CREEK A PUMP STATION (P-750) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-750.3,770,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING PUMP STATION IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES REPLACEMENT.12113 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION PHASE II REHABILITY 25,000 FEET OF 24-INCH FORCEMAN. 4,500,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING FORCEMAIN IS BEING REPLACED. A NEW FORCEMAIN IN PUT INTO SERVICE, THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN MUST BE REHABILITATED TO PROVIDE REDUNDANCY.11917CELLA - ROLLING ROCK - GLEN CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION CONSTRUCT 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER LINES TO REPLACE DEFICIENT 6-INCH SANITARY SEWER LINES. 2,020,000 FY19 WastewaterDEFICIENT NON-STANDARD 6-INCH SEWER LINES CONTRIBUTING TO BUILDING BACKUPS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.12126 COLDWATER UPSTREAM PUMP STATION (P-180) STORAGECONSTRUCT 530 FEET OF 96-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 170,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.680,000 FY19 WastewaterPUMP STATION HAS INSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR THE 5-YR STORM, AND DOES NOT HAVE PROVISIONS FOR EMERGENCY STORAGE.11152CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP AREAS. 8,200,000 FY19 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11826CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR PROJECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL SYSTEM AND UPPER RDP TUNNEL SYSTEM. 4,220,000 FY19 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11151CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 3,520,000 FY19 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATIONS AND/OR OTHER FACILITIES.11729CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY TRUNK SEWER RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-021)SIXTH PHASE OF TRUNK SEWER RELIEF PROJECT. CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-036 AND BP-037. 2,200,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED TRUNK SEWER.12142DACEY BRANCH SANITARY RELIEF (BELLA CLARE DR TO PRIOR DR)CONSTRUCT 4,600 FEET 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-313.410,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-313 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12471DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IICONSTRUCT 5,400 FEET OF 78-INCH SANITARY SEWER TO ALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSOS.10,000,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWER.12042 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.11,000,000 FY19 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)CONSTRUCT SANITARY TUNNEL AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES, PUMPING STATIONS AND SEWERS AS PART OF AN OVERALL WATERSHED PLAN FOR SANITARY RELIEF. 1,500,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)75,400,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11136 DEGIVERVILLE COMBINED SEWER RELOCATION RELOCATE 3,800 FEET OF COMBINED SEWER NEAR AREA OF METROLINK ROW. 2,700,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER HAS HISTORY OF HEAVY SILTRATION CAUSING BLOCKAGES AND OVERCHARGED MAINS.11833 DELCREST SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-015 AND BP-094. 545,000 FY19 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12152 E. WATSON SANITARY RELIEF (RUDSON LN TO RICHVIEW DR)CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-409.210,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER.12154EARTH CITY LAKE FRONT NORTH PUMP STATION (P-711) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-711.500,000 FY19 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-711 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12155 EARTH CITY SHORELINE PUMP STATION (P-704) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-704.500,000 FY19 WastewaterPUMP STATION B-704 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12515 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2019)PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.1,000,000 FY19 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES.12158ED LOU LANE I/I REDUCTION (BROOKTON WAY AND GREENTON WAY) REHABILITATE 8,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SEWER.20,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11737FERGUSON SANITARY SEWER (OLIVE TO PAGE) (DIAMOND PARK) CONSTRUCT 6,500 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 8,000,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED MAINS, SANITARY OVERFLOWS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12179FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (N. LINDBERGH BLVD TO MANRESA LN)CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-116 AND BP-133 230,000 FY19 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I RESULTING IN OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12180FORDER SANITARY INTERCONNECTION (FORDER RD TO RINGER RD) CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 20-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 160,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12181 FOREST VIEW PUMP STATION (P-483) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 200 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 44,000 GALLONS OF ADDITIONAL WET WEATHER STORAGE AT PUMP STATION P-483.160,000 FY19 Wastewater11141FREDERICK STREET COMBINED SEWER RELIEFCONSTRUCT GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS TO ALLEVIATE SYSTEM PROBLEMS.3,000,000FY19WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS, BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING.12186FRONTENAC, WINDING RIDGE, DEER CREEK HILL I/I REDUCTION (S QUAD I-64 AND CLAYTON RD) REHABILITATE 15,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 85 MANHOLES. 260,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12386GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2018)RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 250,000 FY19 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12396GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2018)RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 300,000 FY19 WastewaterDESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12391GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2019) CONTRACT ARETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12392GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2019) CONTRACT BRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12393GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2019) CONTRACT CRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12398GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (2018) CONTRACT ARETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.150,000 FY19 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12408GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT ARETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12409GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT BRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12410GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT CRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12411GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT DRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12412GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2018) CONTRACT ERETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2019 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY19 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12282GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III, IV AND V COLLECTOR/CONNECTOR SEWERSCONSTRUCT 5,400 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 8,500 FEET OF 60-INCH TO 72-INCH EXISTING SEWER.1,300,000 FY19 WastewaterCOLLECTION SEWERS NEED TO BE CONNECTED TO THE NEW GRAVOIS TRUNK. OLD TRUNK SEWER NEEDS TO BE ABANDONED.11766GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-521)SIXTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 72-INCH DIAMETER SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-588. 2,870,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)CONSTRUCT SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY TO STORE WET WEATHER SANITARY FLOW, TO MITIGATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE TWO CONSTRUCTED SSOS.36,500,000 FY19 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)500,000 FY19 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12372GREEN PARK AND LAKESHIRE I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND GREEN PARK RD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 35 PROPERTIES. 320,000 FY19 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.11796HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HAMILTON TO DARVER TRUNK SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 108-INCH SEWERS, AND 190 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL.2,000,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11800HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - TRUNK SEWER REHABILITATIONCONSTRUCT 109,900 FEET OF SHOTCRETE LINER, 1,240 FEET OF CIPP LINING, AND 6,400 SQUARE FEET OF SPOT REPAIRS.4,000,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12298HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND AVE TO W ROSE HILL AVE) CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 250,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10863 HERMITAGE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-615)CONSTRUCT 3,850 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-181, BP-333, BP-343, AND BP-555. 930,000 FY19 Wastewater Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12017INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2019) CONTRACT AAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.2,500,000 FY19 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12018INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2019) CONTRACT BAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.2,500,000 FY19 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12009 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2019)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.5,500,000 FY19 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL, ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS (P-305) PUMP STATIONS. 29,925,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)615,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.11142JENNINGS STATION ROAD / NORTH BADEN BASINCONSTRUCT DETENTION BASIN IN AREA OF NORTH BADEN TRUNK SEWER.1,500,000FY19WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND FLOODING.12325 LANG ROYCE SANITARY RELIEF (FARGO DR TO FLORIDALE CT)CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SS0 OUTFALL BP-291.80,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-291 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12327 LAY RD - GALLERIA I/I REDUCTION (CLAYTON RD AND LAY RD)REHABILITATE 720 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.250,000 FY19 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12054 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2019) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.2,660,000 FY19 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12057 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.155,000 FY19 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 160,000 FY19 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.12498LEMAY WWTF RETURN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PUMP DRIVE MODIFICATIONS REBUILD PUMPS AND INSTALL VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES. 50,000 FY19 WastewaterAGING PUMPS NEARING THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE OPERATE INEFFICIENTLY, CAUSING EXCESSIVE UTILITY COSTS.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED. 300,000 FY19 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.12479LOWELL STREET - GIMBLIN TO DODDRIDGE COMBINED SEWER IMPROVEMENT REPLACE 710 FEET OF 27-INCH COMBINED SEWER WITH 42-INCH COMBINED SEWER. 510,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED MAINS.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.520,000 FY19 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE IIEXPAND AND UPGRADE EXISTING LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO ACCOMODATE FUTURE FLOWS AND FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 10,000,000 FY19 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12481 MACKLIND PUMP STATION (P-304) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF THE MACKLIND PUMP STATION. 450,000 FY19 WastewaterPUMP STATION DESIGN LIFE CYCLE EXCEEDED, AND COLLECTION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRE CHANGES IN PUMP STATION.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) CONSTRUCT COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL, ASSOCIATED PUMP STATION, AND SEWERS. 21,525,000 FY19 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)485,000 FY19 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.12341 MARIETTA SANITARY RELIEF (CIRCLE DR TO FLORISSANT RD)CONSTRUCT 770 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-292.80,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-292 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12483MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. 1,000,000FY19 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12484MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE II REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. 2,500,000 FY19 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12362NORTH FOREST AND BROOKSIDE I/I REDUCTION (SUMMIT AVE AND MARSHALL AVE)REHABILITATE 49 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES.500,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12363NORTH WEBSTER CC, POCAHONTAS, SOUTH BRENTWOOD I/I REDUCTION (S BRENTWOOD BLVD AND MANCHESTER)REHABILITATE 35 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 25 PROPERTIES.650,000 FY19 WastewaterSURCHARGING BROUGHT ABOUT BY EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11877 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAMCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY19 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS. 5,000,000 FY19 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12190 ROBYN I/I REDUCTION (S LINDBERGH BLVD AND ROBYN RD)REHABILITATE 10,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES.150,000 FY19 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND STRUCTURAL ISSUES.10161SCHUETZ ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (FOREST BROOK LN TO SUNNY WOOD CT)CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 1,980 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES.70,000 FY19 Wastewater BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12201SHREWSBURY SANITARY RELIEF SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION (WEIL AVE AND I-44)CONSTRUCT 5,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 260 PROPERTIES.1,300,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SAITARY SEWERS.10756SOUTH BROADWAY AT MERAMEC COMBINED SEWER REPLACEMENTCONSTRUCT 525 FEET OF 15-INCH COMBINED SEWER UNDER SOUTH BROADWAY, IN TUNNEL OR USING OTHER METHODS.150,000 FY19 WastewaterEXISTING 15 INCH COMBINED SEWER IS DETERIORATED WITH NUMEROUS GRADE CHANGES AND BELLIES. LINE HOLDS DEBRIS AND BLOCKS EASILY CAUSING STREET FLOODING. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12208 SPRING AVE SANITARY RELIEF (YEATMAN AVE TO DALE AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,300 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-440.240,000 FY19 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED.12213ST. JACQUES SANITARY RELIEF (ST. JACQUES ST TO N LAFAYETTE ST)CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-110130,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE SSO BP-110.12221 SUB-TRUNK #2 SANITARY RELIEF (BIRMINGHAM CT TO COVE LN)CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-210, BP-211 AND BP-213. 260,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-210, BP-211 AND BP-213 REQUIRE REMOVAL.11669 SUB-TRUNK #3 SANITARY RELIEF (MURIEL DR TO JENNER LN)REPLACE 4,500 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REPLACE 1,150 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-214. 457,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS & OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-214 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12223 SUGAR CREEK I/I REDUCTION (W ADAMS AVE AND COUCH AVE)REHABILITATE 4,600 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.30,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12235TOWNE SOUTH AND BRUNSTON I/I REDUCTION (AMBS RD AND TOWNE CENTRE DR) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES. 60,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12239TULANE-WILBUR OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEF SEWER (WEBER RD TO HILDESHEIM AVE)CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618.680,000 FY19 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12240UNION CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-55 BETWEEN S LINDBERGH BLVD AND BUCKLEY RD) REHABILITATE 16,000 FEET OF SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 40 PROPERTIES. 240,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11992 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (HAFNER CT) CONSTRUCT 6.5 MILLION GALLON UNDERGROUND STORAGE FACILITY. 20,000,000 FY19 WastewaterSANITARY STORAGE IS NECESSARY IN UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED FOR FLOW ALLOCATION TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT FACILITY DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS.12247UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV SECTION C PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION REHABILITATE 20,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWER. 4,100,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12249UPPER MATTESE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (THEISS RD TO LIBERTY TRAIL RD) CONSTRUCT 14,000 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 1,433,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS. 300,000 FY19 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12252UR-11 BALSON AVENUE SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 4,300 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWERS.1,310,000FY19WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12253VALCOUR AND BURLINGTON RR SANITARY RELIEF AND I/I REDUCTION (VALCOUR RD AND WATSON RD)CONSTRUCT 3,900 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 800 FEET OF 10-INCH SEWER.1,425,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12257 VALLEY I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND KEHRS MILL RD)CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 30 PROPERTIES.480,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12490 VANCE RD PUMP STATION (P-472) UPGRADESCONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS TO CURRENT STANDARDS, AND ELEVATE SYSTEMS TO AVOID DAMAGE FROM HIGH WATER. 1,000,000 FY19 WastewaterSYSTEMS ARE AGING AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT, AND CANNOT BE OPERATED DURING HIGH WATER.12265VIRGINIA I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND MARSH AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 2,100 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.540,000FY19WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12271WATKINS-SPANISH SANITARY RELIEF (MALAGA ST TO TRAMPE AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 290,000 FY19 Wastewater OVERCHARGE SANITARY SEWERS.11677WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE III REMOVAL OF PUBLIC I/I .1,000,000 FY19 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS.11679 WEST LOCKWOOD SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT NEW SEWERS TO ALLEVIATE BACKUPS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-187 AND BP-587.250,000 FY19 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS12278WESTBOROUGH - LUTHER - MERMOD PLACE I/I REDUCTION (N KIRKWOOD RD TO I-44 AND BERRY RD) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I.540,000 FY19 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12283WILLIAMS CREEK PUMP STATION (P-523) STORAGE REHABILITATION REHABILITATE 420 FEET OF 96-INCH STORAGE PIPE. 30,000 FY19 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-523 STORAGE NEEDS REHABILITATION TO REDUCE EXCESSIVE I/I.12293 WOODHOLLOW I/I REDUCTION (I-270 AND PAGE) REHABILITATE 1,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES. 110,000 FY19 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12296WOODS MILL SANITARY RELIEF (I-64 TO BROOK MILL LN)CONSTRUCT 1,800 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.480,000FY19WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY20 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12000CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020)PERFORM CLEANING, CCTV, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 2,000,000 FY20 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12002 CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020)PERFORM AS NEEDED CCTV INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY20 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12382GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT APERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY20 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12383GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT BPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY20 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12384GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT CPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY20 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12385GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2018) CONTRACT DPERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 60,000 FY20 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12010 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2020)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.1,500,000 FY20 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. 650,000 FY20 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY20 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12006 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2020)INTERGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 150,000 FY20 WastewaterPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY20 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WATERSHED AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS. 585,000 FY20 UnallocatedDATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN STORMWATER RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY & QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS.12004 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2020)PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 650,000 FY20 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.11993 82ND STREET TO I-170 SANITARY RELIEF (UR-08, UR-09)CONSTRUCT 5,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH DIAMETER SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-421.3,050,000 FY20 WastewaterREPLACE UNDERSIZED SEWER, ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-421, PREDECESSOR PROJECT FOR FUTURE SSO REMOVALS.12093 BELLERIVE SANITARY RELIEF (LADUE RD TO CONWAY RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM.12033BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.1,815,000 FY20 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12508BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.190,000 FY20 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12509BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.340,000 FY20 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.1,040,000 FY20 Wastewater SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12492BISSELL POINT WWTF BELT FILTER PRESS CONVEYOR REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF BELT CONVEYOR SYSTEMS. 3,400,000 FY20 WastewaterEXISTING BELT CONVEYOR EQUIPMENT IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES REPLACEMENT.12100BRENTWOOD FOREST, FAIR OAKS, MIDDLESEX I/I REDUCTION (I-64 AND LAY RD)REHABILITATE 1,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 87 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 45 PROPERTIES.500,000 FY20 WastewaterREDUCTION OF I/I ACROSS THE TRIBUTARY AREA REQUIRED.10539 BRIDGEPORT AVE & BRENTWOOD BLVD SEWER SEPARATIONCONSTRUCT 540 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS AND APPUTENANCES, REMOVING CROSS CONNECTIONS TO COMBINED SYSTEM.720,000 FY20 WastewaterWATER BACKUPS DUE TO STORM SYSTEM CROSS CONNECTIONS WITH COMBINED SEWERS.12103BRINWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (SHARON DR TO CORTEZ DR AND SHACKELFORD RD TO DANNELLE DR) CONSTRUCT 4,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 500,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12104BROOKSHIRE SANITARY RELIEF (BROOKSHIRE DR TO COUGAR DR) CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER 1,670,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUP AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12110CANTERBURY DRIVE LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (NELSON DR TO CANTERBURY DR)CONSTRUCT 3,700 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-612. 370,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-612 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12111 CAPILIA SANITARY RELIEF (GRANT RD TO CAPILIA DR)CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 1,900 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-370 AND BP-581. 860,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-370 AND BP-581 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12112 CARSON VILLA I/I REDUCTION (MARCELLA AVE AND WALES AVE)REHABILITATE 6,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 50 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 45 PROPERTIES.130,000 FY20 Wastewater12113 CAULKS CREEK FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION PHASE II REHABILITY 25,000 FEET OF 24-INCH FORCEMAN. 2,500,000 FY20 WastewaterEXISTING FORCEMAIN IS BEING REPLACED. A NEW FORCEMAIN IN PUT INTO SERVICE, THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN MUST BE REHABILITATED TO PROVIDE REDUNDANCY.12120CHESTERFIELD VALLEY BUSINESS PUMP STATION (P-729) REPLACEMENT REHABILITATE OR REPLACE PUMP STATION P-729. 650,000 FY20 Wastewater WET WELL IN POOR CONDITION.12121CHRISTOPHER DR I/I REDUCTION (ENGLAND TOWN RD TO BECKER RD) REHABILITATE 4,600 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.20,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS IN THE TRUNK SEWER.11724COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D - SECTION B REHABILITATIONCONSTRUCT REHABILITATION OF SECTION B OF THE COLDWATER TRUNK SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-091, BP-115, BP-119, BP-141, BP-144, BP-473, BP-526, AND BP-527. 10,000,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER.11152CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP AREAS. 16,540,000 FY20 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11826CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELSPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR PROJECTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL SYSTEM AND UPPER RDP TUNNEL SYSTEM. 5,600,000 FY20 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION.11151CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIESPROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 3,923,000 FY20 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATIONS AND/OR OTHER FACILITIES. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12131 CONWAY VILLAGE SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 2,000,000 FY20 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE THE CAPACITY TO CONVEY THE DESIGN STORM CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS.12138CROSSROADS, HANLEY INDUSTRIAL, LITZSINGER EAST I/I REDUCTION (SW I-64 AND S HANLEY RD)REHABILITATE 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.300,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12139CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATIONPERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN 1247 MERAMEC STUDY AREA WHICH WILL ALSO INCLUDE SEWER SEPARATION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-118 AND CSO OUTFALL L-111. 1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS CONNECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEFECTS.12144 DARTMOUTH AVENUE SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 1,100 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER. 540,000 FY20 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS ALONG DARTMOUTH AVENUE AND YALE AVENUE.12472DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE IIICONSTRUCT 5,400 FEET OF 78-INCH SANITARY SEWER TO ALLEVIATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSOS.10,000,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWER.12047 DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.30,000 FY20 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)CONSTRUCT SANITARY TUNNEL AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES, PUMPING STATIONS AND SEWERS AS PART OF AN OVERALL WATERSHED PLAN FOR SANITARY RELIEF. 1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)75,400,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12146DENNIS HILLS I/I REDUCTION (MAY VALLEY LN AND GREENMAR DR)REHABILITATE 9,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 55 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.20,000 FY20 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GREEN KNOLL DR AREA AND EXCESSIVE I/I.12148DIX SANITARY RELIEF (DIX AVE TO AIRWAY AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.290,000FY20WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12516 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2020)PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES.12160EDNA-THURSBY I/I REDUCTION (HIGHLAND AVE TO BIG BEND BLVD)REHABILITATE 13,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES.30,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12161 ELINOR AVE. TEMPORARY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITYCONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 84-INCH SEWER IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 150,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-008. 770,000 FY20 Wastewater ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED.12164ESSEX I/I REDUCTION (W. ADAMS AVE AND SUGAR CREEK RIDGE DR)REHABILITATE 4,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 59 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERITES.20,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE ESSEX STUDY AREA.11786ESSEX PLACE COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT OF 14 PROPERTIES ON ESSEX PLACE.3,000,000FY20WastewaterREOCCURRING OVERCHARGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12376EVA WABASH I/I REDUCTION (I-170 AND FROST AVE)PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 103 PRIVATE PROPERTIES.1,140,000FY20WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12166 FENTON CREEK PUMP STATION (P-425) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-425 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. 200,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12173FISHPOT TRUNK WEST I/I REDUCTION (SMITH DR AND VLASIS DR)CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 12,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 71 MANHOLES.110,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS AT THE VANCE ROAD PUMP STATION AND GRAND GLAIZE WWTF.12183FOX CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HOLLOWAY RD TO CLAYMONT DR) CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.270,000 FY20 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE FOX CREEK AREA.12184FRANCES I/I REDUCTION (NORTHEAST OF I-270 AND DOUGHERTY FERRY RD) REHABILITATE 5,500 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 30 MANHOLES.30,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE FRANCES STUDY AREA.12387GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2020)RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 250,000 FY20 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12397GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2020)RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. 300,000 FY20 WastewaterDESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12391GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2019) CONTRACT ARETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12392GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2019) CONTRACT BRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12393GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2019) CONTRACT CRETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2020 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterGEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12400GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (2020) CONTRACT ARETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.150,000 FY20 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12413GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT ARETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12416GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT BRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12417GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT CRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12418GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT DRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12419GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT ERETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY20 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12175GEYER SANITARY RELIEF AND WINDSOR SPRINGS P-521 STORAGE (BIG BEND BLVD TO WINDSOR SPRINGS DR)CONSTRUCT 5,300 FEET OF 6-INCH FORCEMAIN. CONSTRUCT 500 FEET OF 96-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 188,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. 1,500,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12272GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (BALLWIN GOLF CLUB TO CLAYMONT COVE CT) CONSTRUCT 1,600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 140,000 FY20 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SEWER.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)CONSTRUCT SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY TO STORE WET WEATHER SANITARY FLOW, TO MITIGATE SURCHARGING AND ELIMINATE TWO CONSTRUCTED SSOS.26,500,000 FY20 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12569GRAVOIS TRUNK SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (PARDEE LN AND PARDEE RD)500,000 FY20 WastewaterWET WEATHER I/I CAUSING SYSTEM SURCHARGING AND CONSTRUCTED SSO ACTIVATION.12295HAMPTON AND CLAYTONIA CREEK SANITARY RELIEF - PRE-DESIGN (DEER CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO CLAYTON RD)CONSTRUCT SANITARY RELIEF PROJECTS ALONG HAMPTON AND CLAYTONIA CREEKS, WITH CONSIDERATION FOR THE ALIGNMENT OF RDP TRIBUTARIES CSO TUNNEL AND CSO CONVEYANCE SEWER.680,000 FY20 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11797HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - DARVER TO 69TH STREET TRUNK SEWERCONSTRUCT 8,550 OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH TRUNK SEWER, 70 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 3,000 FEET OF SEWER LINING.4,100,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11799HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - SEWER SEPARATION CHERRY TO 68TH STREET CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWERS, AND 2,840 FEET OF LINING. 400,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12301HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) FORCEMAIN REPLACEMENTCONSTRUCT 4,900 FEET OF 3-INCH FORCEMAIN.130,000FY20WastewaterFORCEMAIN REPLACEMENT REQUIRED.12311HUNTERS FIELD I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD. TO MANCHESTER RD. NEAR I-270)REHABILITATE 5,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. 150,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12020INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2020) CONTRACT AAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.5,000,000 FY20 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12021INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2020) CONTRACT BAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.5,000,000 FY20 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES (8-INCH TO 36-INCH IN DIAMETER) ARE CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12010 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2020)AS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS WILL BE BID AND AWARDED.5,500,000 FY20 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)CONSTRUCT 17,000 FEET OF 7 FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL, ELIMINATING THE MARTIGNEY (P-306) AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS (P-305) PUMP STATIONS. 27,405,000 FY20 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.11711JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS)560,000 FY20 WastewaterEXISTING COLLECTION SYSTEM IS UNDERSIZED FOR CURRENT CONDITIONS. PORTIONS OF THE SYSTEM ARE VULNERABLE TO DAMAGE IN HIGH RIVER CONDITIONS.12316 KINGSTON STUDY AREA I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 210 PROPERTIES. 800,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12319LADUE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO S LADUE ESTATES DR)CONSTRUCT 720 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-183.60,000 FY20 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION OF A NEW SEWER MAY BE REQUIRED IF I/I REDUCTION UNDER PROJECT 11713 IS INSUFFICIENT TO ELIMINATE OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12322LAFAYETTE SANITARY RELIEF (STRECKER RD TO DURANGO PASS CT) CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 620,000 FY20 Wastewater EXISTING 8-INCH PIPE DOES NOT HAVE ADEQUATE CAPACITY.12323 LAKE FOREST DR SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER.530,000 FY20 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11817 LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAINCONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT FOR THE EXISTING LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN. DEMOLISH EXISTING LEMAY PUMP STATION (P-303), MARTIGNEY PUMP STATION (P-306), AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS PUMP STATION (P-305). 205,000 FY20 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.11817 LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN3,250,000 FY20 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.11817 LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN7,214,000 FY20 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.12057 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2020) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.5,050,000 FY20 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12059 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.126,000 FY20 Wastewater INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS12497 LEMAY WWTF ODOR CONTROLS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEM AT LEMAY WWTF. 500,000 FY20 WastewaterFACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS REQUIRE ENHANCED ODOR CONTROL.12498LEMAY WWTF RETURN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PUMP DRIVE MODIFICATIONS REBUILD PUMPS AND INSTALL VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES. 350,000 FY20 WastewaterAGING PUMPS NEARING THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE OPERATE INEFFICIENTLY, CAUSING EXCESSIVE UTILITY COSTS.12328LINDBERGH PARK COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BREDELL AVE TO PRINCETON PL) CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER. 2,600,000 FY20 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED. 1,890,000 FY20 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)250,000 FY20 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)95,495,000 FY20 Wastewater IMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.12333LOHMEYER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BENTLEY DR TO BREDELL AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 42-INCH STORM SEWER. 170,000 FY20 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12489LOUISA AND ARSENAL PUMP STATIONS (P-112 AND P-113) UPGRADES CONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF VALVING AND PIPING SYSTEMS. 1,000,000 FY20 Wastewater MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AGING AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.470,000 FY20 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. 1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL10,000,000 FY20 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12335 MACKENZIE I/I REDUCTION (CHIPPEWA AND MACKENZIE HILLS) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.470,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12336MACKENZIE I/I REDUCTION (RESURRECTION CEMETERY, WEHNER PARK, KENRICK SEMINARY, AND NERINX HALL) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.2,000,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12481 MACKLIND PUMP STATION (P-304) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF THE MACKLIND PUMP STATION. 2,000,000 FY20 WastewaterPUMP STATION DESIGN LIFE CYCLE EXCEEDED, AND COLLECTION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRE CHANGES IN PUMP STATION.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR) CONSTRUCT COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL, ASSOCIATED PUMP STATION, AND SEWERS. 19,950,000 FY20 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.11656MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR TO CHURCH DR)485,000 FY20 Wastewater CONTROL OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS.12339MANCHESTER RD AND S BIG BEND BLVD COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (HAMPTON CREEK TO LYNDOVER PL) CONSTRUCT 5,500 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER. 930,000 FY20 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12342MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BOMPART AVE)CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 5,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT FIVE PROPERTIES. 550,000 FY20 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10024 MC-02 WATSON TO EDGAR RD SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-580A)CONSTRUCT 5,325 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWER FROM RESURRECTION CEMETERY TO EDGAR ROAD. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-557.1,100,000 FY20 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS AND CREEK EROSION.12348MEACHAM AND SPELLMAN I/I REDUCTION (I-44 AND S KIRKWOOD RD) REHABILITATE 20,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES. 150,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12352 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF (MIDLAND BLVD TO SIMS AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-095 AND BP-145.320,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-095 AND BP-145 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12485MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE III REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. 2,500,000 FY20 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12361NORTH FEE FEE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (I-270 AND CREVE COEUR MILL RD)REHABILITATE 13 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 30 PROPERTIES.670,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12364 OAKWOOD FARMS PUMP STATION (P-470) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 915 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-470 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.60,000 FY20 Wastewater PUMP STATION P-470 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.11877 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAMCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY20 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441 RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS. 5,000,000 FY20 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12188 RIVERPORT 6 PUMP STATION (P-781) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-781650,000 FY20 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-781 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12530ROSARY LANE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAUDINE DRIVE TO MAKIN AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALSL BP-640 AND BP-641.1,200,000 FY20 WastewaterREMOVAL OF CONSTRUCTED SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS IS REQUIRED.12192ROSEDALE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (NEWPORT AVE TO ARBOR LN) CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 30,000 FY20 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12196S GORE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (GRAY AVE TO OAK TERR)CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.140,000FY20WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12200SAYLESVILLE SANITARY RELIEF (SAYLESVILLE DR TO S GREENTRAILS DR) CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.430,000 FY20 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS12205SOUTH COUNTY SANITARY RELIEF (P-419 TO CRIPPLE CREEK DR) CONSTRUCT 11,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 4,000,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12212ST. GEORGE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DAISY LN TO GRAVOIS RD TO NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE)CONSTRUCT 4,500 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-404. 560,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE SSO BP-404.12218STONINGTON PLACE SANITARY RELIEF (CLAYTON RD TO GEORGIAN ACRES ST) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. 650,000 FY20 Wastewater OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12226 TAPAWINGO PUMP STATION (P-440) STORAGE REHABILITATION REHABILITATE 150 FEET OF 96-INCH STORAGE PIPE. 310,000 FY20 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-440 STORAGE NEEDS REHABILITATION TO REDUCE EXCESSIVE I/I.12228TESSON CREEK I/I REDUCTION (TESSON FERRY RD AND TIFFANY SQUARE PKY) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 1434 TESSON CREEK STUDY AREA. 250,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12229 THURSTON I/I REDUCTION (CHURCH ST AND N FLORISSANT RD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES. 30,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12230TILLES PARK, LITZSINGER AND PARKRIDGE I/I REDUCTION (LITZSINGER RD AND S MCKNIGHT RD)CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWER.400,000 FY20 Wastewater EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12232TM-03 TWO MILE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE TRUNK TO FIRETHORN DR)CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-556.30,000 FY20 Wastewater CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-556 REQUIRES REMOVAL. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12238 TREASURE COVE I/I REDUCTION (RIES RD AND BROOKSIDE LN)CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 15,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 123 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS. 790,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12243UPPER JESKE PARK SANITARY RELIEF (SCOTT DR TO CARDIGAN DR)CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-315.360,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-315 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12244UPPER LADUE CREEK I/I REDUCTION (NE QUAD OF S WARSON RD AND LADUE RD)REHABILITATE 2,400 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 15 PROPERTIES.230,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440 UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS. 3,000,000 FY20 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12507VALLEY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND KEHRS MILL RD) REHABILITATE 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.170,000 FY20 WastewaterEXCESSIVE PUBLIC I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12490 VANCE RD PUMP STATION (P-472) UPGRADESCONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS TO CURRENT STANDARDS, AND ELEVATE SYSTEMS TO AVOID DAMAGE FROM HIGH WATER. 4,000,000 FY20 WastewaterSYSTEMS ARE AGING AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT, AND CANNOT BE OPERATED DURING HIGH WATER.11676 VILLA COUBLAY SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-203.80,000 FY20 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS10794 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628)CONSTRUCT 10,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 54-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWER FROM SAPPINGTON ROAD, NORTH OF EAST ESSEX TO MARSHALL ROAD. 1,000,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS.11212 WHITE AND ROSALIE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 1,366 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWERS FROM SOUTH OF ROSALIE AVE. TO WHITE AVE.570,000 FY20 WastewaterSTREET FLOODING AND WATER BACKUPS DUE TO INADEQUATE COMBINED SEWERS.12583WHITE BURCH PUMP STATION (P-725) REHABILITATION OR ELIMINATION ELIMINATE PUMP STATION BY CONSTRUCTING GRAVITY MAIN TO RIVERWOOD PUMP STATION. 615,000 FY20Wastewater ELIMINATION OF PUMP STATION POSSIBLE.12289WINCHESTER DRIVE LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (ROLAND BLVD TO COLONIAL AVE)CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-532. 140,000 FY20 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-532 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12302 WW-2 AND WW-3 WARSON WOODS SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 9,600 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-156, BP-340, AND BP-501. 760,000 FY20 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-156, BP-340 AND BP-501 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12309 YARNELL CREEK WEST I/I REDUCTION (BOWLES AVE AND 141)REHABILITATE 8,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. 30,000 FY20 Wastewater BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY21 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12000CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020)PERFORM CLEANING, CCTV, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.2,000,000 FY21 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12002CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020)PERFORM AS NEEDED CCTV INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.1,000,000 FY21 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY21 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12598GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL 2021 PLUS BUDGET PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM.240,000 FY21 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.2,000,000 FY21 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY21 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY21 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12006RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2020)INTERGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.150,000 FY21 WastewaterPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY21 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.10766STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WATERSHED AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS.585,000 FY21 UnallocatedDATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN STORMWATER RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY & QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS.12004STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2020)PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.650,000 FY21 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.12077AMBLEWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (WATERFORD DR TO BIRCHBARK DR) CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.513,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS ALONG THE PADDOCK CREEK LATERAL IN THE VICINITY OF AMBLEWOOD DRIVE.11862ASHLAND AVENUE - CLARA TO BELT COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT OF 31 PROPERTIES IN THE 5500 BLOCK OF ASHLAND, WHICH ARE ADJACENT TO THE SOUTH HARLEM TRUNK SEWER, SOFT SEPARATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN.750,000 FY21 WastewaterRECURRING OVERCHARGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.11863ASHLAND AVENUE - SEMPLE TO UNION COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT OF 55 PROPERTIES ALONG THE SOUTH HARLEM TRUNK SEWER, SOFT SEPARATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN.750,000 FY21 WastewaterRECURRING OVERCHARGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12084BALLAS MEADOWS PUMP STATION (P-712) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 590 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-712 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.44,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND POSSIBLE PUMP STATION OVERFLOW EVENTS.12085BANFF SANITARY RELIEF (CAITHNESS RD TO LANARK RD)CONSTRUCT 320 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER.25,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12091BEGG SANITARY RELIEF (KENWOOD TO BEGG RD)CONSTRUCT 680 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.61,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12092BELLEFONTAINE #2 SANITARY RELIEF (CHAMBERS RD TO COBURG LANDS DR)CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-287.500,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-287 REQUIRED REMOVAL.12508BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.6,250,000 FY21 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12509BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT BREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.11,250,000 FY21 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12584BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2022) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.300,000 FY21 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.441,000 FY21 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12548BISSELL POINT WWTF CONCRETE AND GATE IMPROVEMENTS REPAIR SLUICE GATES AND COMPONENTS, AND CONCRETE.600,000 FY21 WastewaterCONCRETE AND SLUICE GATE DETERIORATION DUE TO AGING INFRASTRUCTURE.12547BISSELL POINT WWTF PRELIMINARY AND PRIMARY TREATMENT MCC REPLACEMENT REPLACE MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS.400,000 FY21 WastewaterNUMEROUS SMALL MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS IN FACILITY ARE OBSOLETE AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT.12424BISSELL POINT WWTF STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS REROUTE STORM DRAINAGE TO THE HEAD END OF THE PLANT.1,200,000 FY21 WastewaterTHREE PERMITTED STORM OUTFALLS WITH EFFLUENT LIMITATIONS AND OTHER OPERATING REQUIREMENTS THAT REQUIRE ELIMINATION OR BMPS.12248CAULKS CREEK A PUMP STATION (P-750) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-750.5,500,000 FY21 WastewaterEXISTING PUMP STATION IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES REPLACEMENT.12115CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE II CONSTRUCT 5,600 FEET OF 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER.2,100,000 FY21 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM.12550COLDWATER CREEK WWTF REDUNDANT SLUDGE FORCE MAIN CONSTRUCT 17,500 FEET OF 8-INCH REDUNDANT PARALLEL SLUDGE FORCE MAIN.1,080,000 FY21 WastewaterNO BACKUP SYSTEM FOR EXISTING SLUDGE FORCE MAIN.11724COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D - SECTION B REHABILITATIONCONSTRUCT REHABILITATION OF SECTION B OF THE COLDWATER TRUNK SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-091, BP-115, BP-119, BP-141, BP-144, BP-473, BP-526, AND BP-527.10,000,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER.12602CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES MAJOR PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGET PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR MAJOR PROJECTS.20,650,000 FY21 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA MAJOR CONSTRUCTION.12130CONWAY ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY LN TO DWYER AVE) CONSTRUCT 3,300 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.352,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12629CREVE COEUR CREEK (L-52) FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION (P-718 TO MO RIVER WWTF) REHABILITATION OF 1,000 FEET OF THE EXISTING 42-INCH FORCEMAIN.76,000 FY21 WastewaterDETERIORATION OF EXISTING FORCEMAIN.12139CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATIONPERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN 1247 MERAMEC STUDY AREA WHICH WILL ALSO INCLUDE SEWER SEPARATION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-118 AND CSO OUTFALL L-111.8,000,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS CONNECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEFECTS.12142DACEY BRANCH SANITARY RELIEF (BELLA CLARE DR TO PRIOR DR)CONSTRUCT 4,600 FEET 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-313.1,610,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-313 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12047DEER CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.940,000 FY21 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11731DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP)CONSTRUCT SANITARY TUNNEL AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURES, PUMPING STATIONS AND SEWERS AS PART OF AN OVERALL WATERSHED PLAN FOR SANITARY RELIEF.24,100,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12152E. WATSON SANITARY RELIEF (RUDSON LN TO RICHVIEW DR)CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-409.820,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER.12593EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGETPROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.2,000,000 FY21 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND LAND PURCH12158ED LOU LANE I/I REDUCTION (BROOKTON WAY AND GREENTON WAY) REHABILITATE 8,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 10-INCH SEWER.30,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12159EDMUNDSON SANITARY RELIEF (EDMUND AVE TO BATAAN DR) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.180,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12170FENTON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY ELIMINATION DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING FENTON WWTF.2,324,000 FY21 WastewaterCOMPLETION OF THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PH III AND EXT OF THE CONVEYENCE TUNNEL, FLOWS FROM THE FENTON WWTF WILL BE DIVERTED TO L MERAMEC WWTF.10012FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR)CONSTRUCT 4,950 FEET OF 15-INCH RELIEF SEWER NEAR SCHUETZ ROAD. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-069.1,650,000 FY21 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERLOADED SANITARY SEWERS.12178FLORISSANT/DUNN SANITARY RELIEF (ST. ANTHONY LN TO I-270) CONSTRUCT 5,600 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.511,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12185FRIEDENS (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR AND FONTAINE PL)CONSTRUCT 1,900 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES.220,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12157GC-06 GRAVOIS CREEK TO BRIARSTONE AND GATES SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IICONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-382.383,000 FY21 WastewaterREMOVAL OF CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-382 REQUIRED. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12387GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2020)RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.250,000 FY21 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12397GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2020)RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.300,000 FY21 WastewaterDESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12400GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER DESIGN (2020) CONTRACT ARETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.150,000 FY21 WastewaterSEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF.12413GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT ARETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2017 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY21 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12416GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT BRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY21 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12417GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT CRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY21 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12418GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT DRETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY21 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12419GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT ERETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.50,000 FY21 WastewaterSURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12603GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES 2022 PLUS BUDGETRETAIN FIRMS FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY, GEOTECHNICAL, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, FACILITY AND SEWER DESIGN SERVICES.150,000 FY21 WastewaterENGINEERING NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12264GLENFIELD SANITARY RELIEF (WATSON WOODS CT TO S LINDBERGH BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.258,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12246GRAND GLAIZE WET WEATHER PUMP STATIONCONSTRUCT NEW PUMP STATION WITH DESIGN PEAK FLOW RATE OF 5 MGD, AND 500 FEET OF 16-INCH FORCEMAIN, TO LAGOONS.671,000 FY21 WastewaterWET WEATHER FLOWS AT THE GRAND GLAIZE PLANT EXCEED HEADWORKS CAPACITY, BACKING UP FLOWS INTO VALLEY PARK SEWERS.10497GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV & V (SKME-521)FOURTH AND FIFTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 3,220 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 84-INCH DIAMETER SEWER1,307,000 FY21 WastewaterBYPASSES, BASEMENT BACKUPS, AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12285GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IXCONSTRUCT 4,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 54-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 4,700 FEET OF EXISTING 36-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SS0 OUTFALL BP-599.574,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SEWERS CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.11766GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-521)SIXTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 72-INCH DIAMETER SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-588.300,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11767GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VII (SKME-521)SEVENTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 3,300 FEET OF 66 INCH DIAMETER SEWER FROM BUCKLEY TO UNION (STATION 153+10 TO 200+20). PROJECT ALSO INC1,637,000 FY21 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERLOADED SANITARY SEWERS.12290GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VIII (SKME-521)CONSTRUCT 9,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 60-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 7,500 FEET OF EXISTING 42-INCH SEWER.916,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SEWERS CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.11798HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HODIAMONT TO CHERRY TRUNK SEWER BCONSTRUCT 5,540 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 84-INCH SEWER, 330 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 1,500 FEET OF SEWER LINING.4,750,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12308HORTON PUMP STATION (P-814) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-814 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.90,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-814 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12312HUNTLEIGH TRAILS LN SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO N GEYER RD) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.240,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12592INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.10,000,000 FY21 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.6,000,000 FY21 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11957JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERSCONSTRUCT CONSOLIDATION SEWERS TO DELIVER FLOW TO THE NEW JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL.3,045,000 FY21 WastewaterINADEQUATE CAPACITY TO TRANSPORT SANITARY FLOWS FROM THE MARTIGNEY CREEK SERVICE AREA TO THE TREATMENT PLANT.11957JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERS95,000 FY21 WastewaterINADEQUATE CAPACITY TO TRANSPORT SANITARY FLOWS FROM THE MARTIGNEY CREEK SERVICE AREA TO THE TREATMENT PLANT.11817LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAINCONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT FOR THE EXISTING LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN. DEMOLISH EXISTING LEMAY PUMP STATION (P-303), MARTIGNEY PUMP STATION (P-306), AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS PUMP STATION (P-305).11,130,000 FY21 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.11817LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN340,000 FY21 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.12059LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.4,200,000 FY21 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS12544LEMAY WWTF AERATION TANK IMPROVEMENTS - CONCRETE AND GATE REPAIRS REPAIR CONCRETE, GATES AND VALVES.500,000 FY21 WastewaterAERATION TANKS CONCRETE DETERIORATION.12497LEMAY WWTF ODOR CONTROLS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEM AT LEMAY WWTF.3,000,000 FY21 WastewaterFACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS REQUIRE ENHANCED ODOR CONTROL.12329LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07)CONSTRUCT 7,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476.2,200,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. FOUR SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476 REQUIRE REMOVAL. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12331LINDY I/I REDUCTION (CABALLERO DR AND CHAMBERLAIN DR)PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY AND REHABILITATE FIVE MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SANITARY SEWERS.20,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED.1,890,000 FY21 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)91,005,000 FY21 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.12489LOUISA AND ARSENAL PUMP STATIONS (P-112 AND P-113) UPGRADES CONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF VALVING AND PIPING SYSTEMS.4,000,000 FY21 WastewaterMECHANICAL SYSTEMS AGING AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.270,000 FY21 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.1,500,000 FY21 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL46,000,000 FY21 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12255LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE IIEXPAND AND UPGRADE EXISTING LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO ACCOMODATE FUTURE FLOWS AND FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.2,000,000 FY21 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12255LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II27,700,000 FY21 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGETUPGRADES OF MAJOR PUMP STATIONS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN LEVEL OF SERVICE AND PREVENT FLOW RELEASES TO THE ENVIRONMENT.1,000,000 FY21 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGET4,000,000 FY21 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12340MARCO PUMP STATION (P-406) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-406.195,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-406 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12349MEAD SANITARY RELIEF (LANDWEHR LN TO HEMLOCK DR) CONSTRUCT 690 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-289.220,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-289 REQUIRES REMOVAL.10869MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWERCONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND DECOMMISSION EXISTING PUMP STATION AND FORCEMAIN.380,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION FAILURES, PUMP STATION REQUIRES OVERHAUL. ORIGINAL DESIGN CRITERIA MAY NOT STILL BE VALID.12351MIDLAND - OLIVE SEWER SEPARATIONCONSTRUCT 15,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 108-INCH STORM SEWER AND 3,500 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 72-INCH COMBINED SEWER.5,540,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12483MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES.1,000,000 FY21 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12486MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE IV REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES.2,500,000 FY21 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12556MISSOURI RIVER WWTF ENGINE GENERATOR REPLACEMENTREPLACE EXISTING ENGINE GENERATORS AND ADD ADDITIONAL DIGESTER GAS UTILIZATION CAPACITY.1,200,000 FY21 WastewaterFUTURE GAS PRODUCTION AT PLANT IS PROJECTED TO EXCEED GAS UTILIZATION CAPACITY, AND ENGINE GENERATORS ARE REACHING THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE.12357NEWPORT LANDING PUMP STATION (P-480) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-480 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.132,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-480 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12433NORTH FEE FEE CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTIONREHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS, MANHOLES, AND LATERAL SERVICE CONNECTIONS.170,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12365OLIVETTA STREET SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER.290,000 FY21 WastewaterSANITARY SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS IN COMBINED SEWER AREA.11828PARTRIDGE AVENUE 8500 BLOCK COMBINED SEWER RELIEFBUYOUT 10 PROPERTIES IN THE 8500 BLOCK OF PARTRIDGE, SOFT SEPARATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN.3,000,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHAGED MAINS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12368PRICE TO PIONEER SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.387,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12594PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM 2021 PLUS BUDGETCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY21 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS.5,000,000 FY21 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12187REINKE I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND NEW BALLWIN RD) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.88,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12189ROBYN HILLS NUMBER 1 PUMP STATION (P-417) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-417.195,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-417 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12191ROLAND SANITARY RELIEF (NELSON DR TO ROLAND BLVD)CONSTRUCT 470 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER.39,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12195S BRENTWOOD BLVD SANITARY RELIEF (DAYTONA DR TO WALINCA TERRACE)CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-623.143,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10161SCHUETZ ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (FOREST BROOK LN TO SUNNY WOOD CT)CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 1,980 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES.270,000 FY21 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12203SMOKETREE DR TO WHITE BIRCH CT SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 970 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.81,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10756SOUTH BROADWAY AT MERAMEC COMBINED SEWER REPLACEMENTCONSTRUCT 525 FEET OF 15-INCH COMBINED SEWER UNDER SOUTH BROADWAY, IN TUNNEL OR USING OTHER METHODS.500,000 FY21 WastewaterEXISTING 15 INCH COMBINED SEWER IS DETERIORATED WITH NUMEROUS GRADE CHANGES AND BELLIES. LINE HOLDS DEBRIS AND BLOCKS EASILY CAUSING STREET FLOODING.12628SPIRIT 2 FORCEMAIN IMPROVEMENTS (P-736 TO P-809)CONSTRUCT 4,560 FEET OF 12-INCH FORCEMAIN PARALLEL TO THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN, AND REHABILITATE THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN.145,000 FY21 WastewaterLACK OF CAPACITY AND REDUNDANCY FOR EXISTING FORCE MAIN.12206SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 1 PUMP STATION (P-735) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-735.195,000 FY21 WastewaterDETERIORATED PUMP STATION REPAIR REPLACMENT12207SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 2 PUMP STATION (P-736) REPLACEMENTDETERIORATED PUMP STATION REPAIR REPLACEMENT.195,000 FY21 WastewaterDETERIORATED PUMP STATION REQUIRES REPLACEMENT. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12210ST. ALBERT I/I REDUCTION (WASHINGTON ST AND ST. FERDINAND ST)CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,700 FEET 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES.537,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12211ST. ANTHONY SANITARY RELIEF (S NEW FLORISSANT RD TO ST. BERNADETTE LN) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.152,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12213ST. JACQUES SANITARY RELIEF (ST. JACQUES ST TO N LAFAYETTE ST)CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-110520,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE SSO BP-110.11669SUB-TRUNK #3 SANITARY RELIEF (MURIEL DR TO JENNER LN)REPLACE 4,500 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REPLACE 1,150 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-214.1,830,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS & OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-214 REQUIRES REMOVAL.11143TILLIE BADEN NEWBY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT DETENTION BASIN AND/OR GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS TO ALLEVIATE ISSUES.3,500,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED MAINS, BUILDING BACKUPS, AND FLOODING IN AREA OF NORTH BADEN SEWER.12241UPPER BADEN SANITARY RELIEF (JENNINGS STATION RD TO OAKRIDGE BLVD)CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001.281,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12242UPPER FISHPOT EAST SANITARY RELIEF (FIELD AVE TO WOLFF LN) CONSTRUCT 3,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.303,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS12440UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS.3,000,000 FY21 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12507VALLEY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND KEHRS MILL RD) REHABILITATE 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.5,510,000 FY21 WastewaterEXCESSIVE PUBLIC I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12262VALLEY VIEW PUMP STATION (P-734) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-734.195,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-734 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12268WATERFORD SANITARY RELIEF (N WATERFORD DR TO DURWOOD DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER372,000 FY21 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11679WEST LOCKWOOD SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT NEW SEWERS TO ALLEVIATE BACKUPS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-187 AND BP-587.910,000 FY21 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS12280WHITE PLAINS SANITARY RELIEF (SALTBOX DR TO CEDAR CREEK RD) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.191,000 FY21 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12305WINDMOOR PUMP STATION (P-710) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-710 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAN.100,000 FY21 WastewaterPUMP STATION MAY REQUIRE EVENTUAL ELIMINATION.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY22 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12000CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020)PERFORM CLEANING, CCTV, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.2,000,000 FY22 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.12002CCTV INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020)PERFORM AS NEEDED CCTV INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.1,000,000 FY22 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY22 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12598GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL 2021 PLUS BUDGET PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM.240,000 FY22 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.2,000,000 FY22 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY22 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY22 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12006RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2020)INTERGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.150,000 FY22 WastewaterPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY22 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.10766STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS)CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WATERSHED AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS.585,000 FY22 UnallocatedDATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN STORMWATER RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY & QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS.12004STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2020)PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE.650,000 FY22 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.12079ARV ELLEN SANITARY RELIEF (TESSON CREEK ESTATES DR TO MADAFORD LN) CONSTRUCT 730 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.46,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12081BADEN CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (KENAWAH AVE TO EDGEWOOD BLVD) CONSTRUCT 250 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON AND FILL 270 FEET OF 21-INCH SEWER.38,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12086BARRETT STATION I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD AND BARRETT STATION RD) REHABILITATE 3,700 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 30-INCH SEWER.185,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS, BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12584BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2022) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.9,900,000 FY22 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12585BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.600,000 FY22 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.786,000 FY22 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12095BISSELL HILLS SANITARY REHAB PHASE III (SERVICE LATERAL CONNECTIONS) (CHAMBERS RD AND COBURG LANDS DR) CONSTRUCT 1,490 SERVICE LATERAL CONNECTION REPAIRS.3,200,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12096BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF (ST CYR RD TO LEETON AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,300 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,030,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-317 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12548BISSELL POINT WWTF CONCRETE AND GATE IMPROVEMENTS REPAIR SLUICE GATES AND COMPONENTS, AND CONCRETE.2,400,000 FY22 WastewaterCONCRETE AND SLUICE GATE DETERIORATION DUE TO AGING INFRASTRUCTURE.12547BISSELL POINT WWTF PRELIMINARY AND PRIMARY TREATMENT MCC REPLACEMENT REPLACE MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS.1,600,000 FY22 WastewaterNUMEROUS SMALL MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS IN FACILITY ARE OBSOLETE AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT.12103BRINWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (SHARON DR TO CORTEZ DR AND SHACKELFORD RD TO DANNELLE DR) CONSTRUCT 4,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER.2,000,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12107BUCKLEY SANITARY RELIEF (DACE LN TO POPLAR DR)CONSTRUCT 1,90 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.143,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12108BURNING TREE INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR (N. WATERFORD DR TO FOX RUN DR) CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.62,000 FY22 WastewaterDEFICIENT SEWER CAUSING OVERCHARGING.12110CANTERBURY DRIVE LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (NELSON DR TO CANTERBURY DR)CONSTRUCT 3,700 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-612.1,450,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-612 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12248CAULKS CREEK A PUMP STATION (P-750) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-750.5,500,000 FY22 WastewaterEXISTING PUMP STATION IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES REPLACEMENT.12114CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B (P-751) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 270 FEET OF 96-INCH SEWER TO PROVIDE 100,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.83,000 FY22 WastewaterSTORAGE NEEDED AT STATION.12121CHRISTOPHER DR I/I REDUCTION (ENGLAND TOWN RD TO BECKER RD) REHABILITATE 4,600 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.30,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS IN THE TRUNK SEWER.12595CITYSHED 2022 TO 2033 PROJECTS BUDGET PLACEHOLDER BUDGET FOR FUTURE CITYSHED PROJECTS REQUIRED UNDER THE CONSENT DECREE.9,300,000 FY22 WastewaterCITYSHED PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED UNDER THE CONSENT DECREE.12122CLARK AVE SANITARY RELIEF (LACLEDE STA RD TO YEATMAN AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.117,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I BUILDING BACKUP AND STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS.12550COLDWATER CREEK WWTF REDUNDANT SLUDGE FORCE MAIN CONSTRUCT 17,500 FEET OF 8-INCH REDUNDANT PARALLEL SLUDGE FORCE MAIN.4,320,000 FY22 WastewaterNO BACKUP SYSTEM FOR EXISTING SLUDGE FORCE MAIN.12602CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES MAJOR PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGET PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR MAJOR PROJECTS.15,185,000 FY22 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA MAJOR CONSTRUCTION.12132CONWOOD LN SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO WESTWOOD CT) CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.30,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12134COWMIRE CREEK SANITARY REPLACEMENT I-70 CROSSING (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD TO MARK TWAIN LN) CONSTRUCT 620 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER.115,000 FY22 WastewaterDETERIORATED SANITARY SEWER12143DANIEL BOONE I/I REDUCTION (SHACKELFORD RD AND MULLANPHY LN)CONSTRUCT 40 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 9,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 2 PROPERTIES.340,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12145DC-04 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III (LAKESHORE DR TO NEW BALLAS RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.182,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12146DENNIS HILLS I/I REDUCTION (MAY VALLEY LN AND GREENMAR DR)REHABILITATE 9,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 55 MANHOLES. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.30,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GREEN KNOLL DR AREA AND EXCESSIVE I/I.12593EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGETPROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.2,000,000 FY22 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND LAND PURCH12163ENGELHOLM AND PARK SANITARY RELIEF (SPENCER PL TO LEADALE DR)CONSTRUCT 12,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-451 AND BP-621.5,520,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRED.12376EVA WABASH I/I REDUCTION (I-170 AND FROST AVE)PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 103 PRIVATE PROPERTIES.1,280,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11888FABICK PUMP STATION (P-444) IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-404E)MODIFICATIONS TO PUMP STATION TO MEET CURRENT STANDARDS.750,000 FY22 WastewaterNO PUMP OR POWER REDUNDANCY AT PUMP STATION.12165FAIRVIEW I/I REDUCTION (FAIRVIEW DR TO MANCHESTER RD)CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 3,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.20,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12167FENTON CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (OLD TOWN FENTON)REHABILITATE 9 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 13 PROPERTIES.26,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS.12166FENTON CREEK PUMP STATION (P-425) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-425 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.670,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12173FISHPOT TRUNK WEST I/I REDUCTION (SMITH DR AND VLASIS DR)CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 12,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 71 MANHOLES.430,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS AT THE VANCE ROAD PUMP STATION AND GRAND GLAIZE WWTF.12179FLORLAND SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (N. LINDBERGH BLVD TO MANRESA LN)CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-116 AND BP-133900,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I RESULTING IN OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12182FOX BRIDGE PUMP STATION (P-484) STORAGECONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.30,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMP STATION OVERCHARGES DURING RAIN EVENTS.12183FOX CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HOLLOWAY RD TO CLAYMONT DR) CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,070,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE FOX CREEK AREA.12184FRANCES I/I REDUCTION (NORTHEAST OF I-270 AND DOUGHERTY FERRY RD) REHABILITATE 5,500 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER. REHABILITATE 30 MANHOLES.100,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE FRANCES STUDY AREA.12603GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES 2022 PLUS BUDGETRETAIN FIRMS FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY, GEOTECHNICAL, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, FACILITY AND SEWER DESIGN SERVICES.1,250,000 FY22 WastewaterENGINEERING NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12272GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (BALLWIN GOLF CLUB TO CLAYMONT COVE CT) CONSTRUCT 1,600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.530,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SEWER.10497GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV & V (SKME-521)FOURTH AND FIFTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 3,220 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 84-INCH DIAMETER SEWER8,472,000 FY22 WastewaterBYPASSES, BASEMENT BACKUPS, AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12285GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IXCONSTRUCT 4,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 54-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 4,700 FEET OF EXISTING 36-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SS0 OUTFALL BP-599.3,721,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SEWERS CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.11767GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VII (SKME-521)SEVENTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE PREPARATION OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF APPROXIMATELY 3,300 FEET OF 66 INCH DIAMETER SEWER FROM BUCKLEY TO UNION (STATION 153+10 TO 200+20). PROJECT ALSO INC10,610,000 FY22 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERLOADED SANITARY SEWERS.12290GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VIII (SKME-521)CONSTRUCT 9,900 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 60-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON 7,500 FEET OF EXISTING 42-INCH SEWER.5,938,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SEWERS CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS.12299HAWTHORNE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (RANCH LN TO CLAYTON HILLS LN) CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.87,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12311HUNTERS FIELD I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD. TO MANCHESTER RD. NEAR I-270) REHABILITATE 5,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SEWER.150,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12592INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.10,000,000 FY22 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.6,000,000 FY22 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11957JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERSCONSTRUCT CONSOLIDATION SEWERS TO DELIVER FLOW TO THE NEW JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL.2,415,000 FY22 WastewaterINADEQUATE CAPACITY TO TRANSPORT SANITARY FLOWS FROM THE MARTIGNEY CREEK SERVICE AREA TO THE TREATMENT PLANT.11957JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERS75,000 FY22 WastewaterINADEQUATE CAPACITY TO TRANSPORT SANITARY FLOWS FROM THE MARTIGNEY CREEK SERVICE AREA TO THE TREATMENT PLANT.12315KEHRS MILL PUMP STATIONS NO. 1 AND 2 (P-752 AND P-770) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATIONS P-752 AND P-770 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAINS.183,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMP STATIONS P-752 AND P-770 NEED TO BE ELIMINATED.12325LANG ROYCE SANITARY RELIEF (FARGO DR TO FLORIDALE CT)CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SS0 OUTFALL BP-291.290,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-291 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12371LAUMEIER PARK (P-469) STORAGECONSTRUCT STORAGE FACILITY AT PUMP STATION.20,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMP STATION REQUIRES ADDITIONAL STORAGE.11817LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAINCONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT FOR THE EXISTING LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN. DEMOLISH EXISTING LEMAY PUMP STATION (P-303), MARTIGNEY PUMP STATION (P-306), AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS PUMP STATION (P-305).135,000 FY22 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.11817LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN4,410,000 FY22 WastewaterJEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.12497LEMAY WWTF ODOR CONTROLS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEM AT LEMAY WWTF.8,500,000 FY22 WastewaterFACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS REQUIRE ENHANCED ODOR CONTROL.12546LEMAY WWTF PRELIMINARY AND PRIMARY SETTLING TANK STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION REPAIR CONCRETE, GATES, AND HARDWARE, AND REBUILD SLUDGE COLLECTORS.200,000 FY22 WastewaterDETERIORATING TANKS.12551LEMAY WWTF ROADWAY REPAIRS PHASE IIREPLACE 30,000 SQUARE FEET OF DETERIORATED PAVEMENT.480,000 FY22 WastewaterDETERIORATING CONCRETE PAVEMENT.11943LINDBERGH SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO N LINDBERGH BLVD)REPLACE 3,150 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.241,000 FY22 WastewaterSANITARY SEWER IS EXPOSED AT CREEK CROSSINGS, INADEQUATE CAPACITY, AND SEWER BACKUPS.12332LITTLETON CT. SANITARY RELIEF (OLD SMIZER MILL RD AND 141 TO LA PALMA DR) CONSTRUCT 2,600 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.192,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED.143,020,000 FY22 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)2,730,000 FY22 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11816LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT PUMP STATION TO PUMP STORED COMBINED SEWERAGE TO LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.165,000 FY22 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.11816LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION5,250,000 FY22 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.12333LOHMEYER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BENTLEY DR TO BREDELL AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 42-INCH STORM SEWER.660,000 FY22 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.270,000 FY22 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.1,000,000 FY22 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL36,000,000 FY22 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12255LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE IIEXPAND AND UPGRADE EXISTING LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO ACCOMODATE FUTURE FLOWS AND FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.27,700,000 FY22 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12337MAIN SANITARY RELIEF (VANCE RD TO INEZ AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.208,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGETUPGRADES OF MAJOR PUMP STATIONS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN LEVEL OF SERVICE AND PREVENT FLOW RELEASES TO THE ENVIRONMENT.1,000,000 FY22 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGET4,000,000 FY22 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12339MANCHESTER RD AND S BIG BEND BLVD COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (HAMPTON CREEK TO LYNDOVER PL) CONSTRUCT 5,500 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER.3,700,000 FY22 WastewaterSEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12341MARIETTA SANITARY RELIEF (CIRCLE DR TO FLORISSANT RD)CONSTRUCT 770 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-292.300,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-292 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12343MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (PATTERSON RD AND MYRTLE DR) REHABILITATE 200 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY.20,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12344MARTIGNEY SANITARY RELIEF (KOCH RD TO WOOD HILL DR)CONSTRUCT 10,000 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,550,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12345MASON VALLEY I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BARRETT PKWY)CONSTRUCT 230 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER.170,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12346MCCUTCHEON RD AND THORNDELL SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 640 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.49,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12351MIDLAND - OLIVE SEWER SEPARATIONCONSTRUCT 15,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 108-INCH STORM SEWER AND 3,500 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 72-INCH COMBINED SEWER.5,540,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12352MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF (MIDLAND BLVD TO SIMS AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-095 AND BP-145.1,280,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-095 AND BP-145 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12487MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE V REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES.2,500,000 FY22 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12354MISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE IV ABANDON AND FILL 62,000 FEET OF EXISTING SEWERS.143,000 FY22 WastewaterSEWERS ARE NO LONGER IN USE AND ARE ALLOWING I/I TO ENTER THE SYSTEM.12355MULBERRY CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HARWICH DR TO S LINDBERGH BLVD) CONSTRUCT 4,300 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.326,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12433NORTH FEE FEE CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTIONREHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS, MANHOLES, AND LATERAL SERVICE CONNECTIONS.5,400,000 FY22 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12364OAKWOOD FARMS PUMP STATION (P-470) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 915 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-470 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.210,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-470 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12594PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM 2021 PLUS BUDGETCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY22 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS.5,000,000 FY22 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12192ROSEDALE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (NEWPORT AVE TO ARBOR LN) CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.120,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12194RUSSELL AVE SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK TO MANCHESTER RD) CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.278,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12200SAYLESVILLE SANITARY RELIEF (SAYLESVILLE DR TO S GREENTRAILS DR) CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,720,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS12201SHREWSBURY SANITARY RELIEF SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION (WEIL AVE AND I-44)CONSTRUCT 5,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 260 PROPERTIES.3,800,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SAITARY SEWERS.12202SMITH CREEK LADUE ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (ROYAL MANOR DR TO HEWLETT CT) CONSTRUCT 5,200 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.360,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12208SPRING AVE SANITARY RELIEF (YEATMAN AVE TO DALE AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,300 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-440.950,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED.12214ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO LYNROS DR) CONSTRUCT 3,600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.295,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12216ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO MARMARY DR) CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.261,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12217ST. MATTHIAS SANITARY RELIEF (ST. SHAWN LN TO STONEHARD DR) CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER.211,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12221SUB-TRUNK #2 SANITARY RELIEF (BIRMINGHAM CT TO COVE LN)CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-210, BP-211 AND BP-213.1,030,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-210, BP-211 AND BP-213 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12224SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB PUMP STATION (P-408) STORAGECONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE40,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-408 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12231TM-01 TWO MILE CREEK OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 9,700 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,075,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12232TM-03 TWO MILE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE TRUNK TO FIRETHORN DR)CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-556.90,000 FY22 WastewaterCONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-556 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12233TM-04 TWO MILE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (LOCKETT RD TO MEIER RD) OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.51,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12234TOPPING I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND TOPPING RD)REHABILITATE 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN THE TOPPING STUDY AREA.20,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12239TULANE-WILBUR OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEF SEWER (WEBER RD TO HILDESHEIM AVE)CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618.2,600,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12245UPPER LAWNVIEW CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (RHAPSODY LN TO MILLVALLEY DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.418,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12249UPPER MATTESE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (THEISS RD TO LIBERTY TRAIL RD) CONSTRUCT 14,000 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER.5,575,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS.4,000,000 FY22 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12258VALLEY PARK I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 TO SIMPSON PARK)DISCONNECT 4 CATCH BASINS FROM SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 3 PROPERTIES.286,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12271WATKINS-SPANISH SANITARY RELIEF (MALAGA ST TO TRAMPE AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,150,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGE SANITARY SEWERS.12277WEIDMAN I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 AND DUTCH MILL DR)PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.59,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12279WESTON PLACE PUMP STATION (P-771) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 84-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 50,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.69,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMPSTATION P-771 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12284WILSON AVE SANITARY RELIEF (HARRISON AVE TO CLEVELAND AVE) CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.68,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12287WILSON SANITARY RELIEF (WILD HORSE CREEK RD TO CLARKSON RD) CONSTRUCT 9,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.751,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS12288WILTON PUMP STATION (P-412) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 30 FEET OF 60-INCH PIPE TO PROVIDE 3,700 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.20,000 FY22 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-412 NEEDS IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12289WINCHESTER DRIVE LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (ROLAND BLVD TO COLONIAL AVE)CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-532.540,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-532 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12300WOODSON SANITARY RELIEF (FLORA AVE TO LACKLAND RD)CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP-533, AND BP-534.420,000 FY22 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP-533 AND BP-534 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12302WW-2 AND WW-3 WARSON WOODS SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 9,600 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-156, BP-340, AND BP-501.3,000,000 FY22 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-156, BP-340 AND BP-501 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12553WWTF SCADA HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE UPGRADESUPGRADE SCADA SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE AT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI, MERAMEC, AND GRAND GLAIZE PLANTS.1,000,000 FY22 WastewaterPLANT SCADA SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE ARE UNDER NEEDED CAPACITY AND OBSOLETE.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY23 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12597CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS 2023 PLUS BUDGETPERFORM CCTV, CLEANING, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS.3,000,000 FY23 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY23 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12598GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL 2021 PLUS BUDGET PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM.240,000 FY23 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.2,000,000 FY23 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11145LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY23 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES NEEDING CORRECTION.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY23 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12599RADAR RAINFALL DATA 2023 PLUS BUDGETINTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS.150,000 FY23 UnallocatedPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY23 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12600STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING AND GAUGE OPERATION 2023 PLUS BUDGETPERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN THE MSD SERVICE AREA. CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM.1,235,000 FY23 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.12077AMBLEWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (WATERFORD DR TO BIRCHBARK DR) CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.2,050,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS ALONG THE PADDOCK CREEK LATERAL IN THE VICINITY OF AMBLEWOOD DRIVE.12084BALLAS MEADOWS PUMP STATION (P-712) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 590 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-712 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.169,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND POSSIBLE PUMP STATION OVERFLOW EVENTS.12085BANFF SANITARY RELIEF (CAITHNESS RD TO LANARK RD)CONSTRUCT 320 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER.101,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12585BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.19,900,000 FY23 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12543BISSELL POINT WWTF DEMOLITION OF SLIGO BUILDINGDEMOLISH BUILDING AND RESTORE SITE.800,000 FY23 WastewaterDETERIORATED STRUCTURE IN NEED OF DEMOLITION.12424BISSELL POINT WWTF STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS REROUTE STORM DRAINAGE TO THE HEAD END OF THE PLANT.5,000,000 FY23 WastewaterTHREE PERMITTED STORM OUTFALLS WITH EFFLUENT LIMITATIONS AND OTHER OPERATING REQUIREMENTS THAT REQUIRE ELIMINATION OR BMPS.12105BRUNSTON SANITARY RELIEF (BRUNSTON DR TO MATTESE VILLA DR) CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.112,000 FY23 WastewaterINSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR WET WEATHER FLOWS.12595CITYSHED 2022 TO 2033 PROJECTS BUDGET PLACEHOLDER BUDGET FOR FUTURE CITYSHED PROJECTS REQUIRED UNDER THE CONSENT DECREE.11,700,000 FY23 WastewaterCITYSHED PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED UNDER THE CONSENT DECREE.12552COLDWATER CREEK WWTF DEMOLITION ABANDONED GRIT AND PRIMARY CLARIFIERS TANKSDEMOLISH GRIT TANKS, COMMINUTOR CHANNELS, GRIT BUILDING, PRIMARY SLUDGE PUMP STATION, AND PRIMARY CLARIFIER TANKS AND BUILDINGS.200,000 FY23 WastewaterABANDONED STRUCTURES NO LONGER IN SERVICE NEED TO BE DEMOLISHED TO FREE UP SPACE FOR FUTURE PLANT WORK.12549COLDWATER CREEK WWTF WAREHOUSE STORAGE PROJECTCONSTRUCT 5,000 SQUARE FOOT BUILDING ADDITION.175,000 FY23 WastewaterSTORAGE SPACE NEEDED TO ACCOMODATE PALLETS.12602CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES MAJOR PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGET PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR MAJOR PROJECTS.19,630,000 FY23 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA MAJOR CONSTRUCTION.12629CREVE COEUR CREEK (L-52) FORCEMAIN REHABILITATION (P-718 TO MO RIVER WWTF) REHABILITATION OF 1,000 FEET OF THE EXISTING 42-INCH FORCEMAIN.418,000 FY23 WastewaterDETERIORATION OF EXISTING FORCEMAIN.12139CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATIONPERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN 1247 MERAMEC STUDY AREA WHICH WILL ALSO INCLUDE SEWER SEPARATION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-118 AND CSO OUTFALL L-111.10,500,000 FY23 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS CONNECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEFECTS.12431CSO - LACLEDE STATION RD AND RANKEN AVE (I-181/L-131) CSO ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 850 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION, AND ELIMINATE CSO L-131.80,000 FY23 WastewaterWET WEATHER BACKUPS AND A SMALL REACH OF COMBINED SEWERS IN A SEPARATE SEWER AREA.12148DIX SANITARY RELIEF (DIX AVE TO AIRWAY AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,150,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12151DUBRAY SANITARY RELIEF (S. BALLAS RD TO DUBOIS CT)CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.312,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE DUBRAY AREA.12593EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGETPROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.2,000,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND LAND PURCH12159EDMUNDSON SANITARY RELIEF (EDMUND AVE TO BATAAN DR) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.720,000 FY23 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12178FLORISSANT/DUNN SANITARY RELIEF (ST. ANTHONY LN TO I-270) CONSTRUCT 5,600 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.2,045,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12185FRIEDENS (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR AND FONTAINE PL)CONSTRUCT 1,900 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES.800,000 FY23 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12157GC-06 GRAVOIS CREEK TO BRIARSTONE AND GATES SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IICONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-382.1,535,000 FY23 WastewaterREMOVAL OF CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-382 REQUIRED.12603GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES 2022 PLUS BUDGETRETAIN FIRMS FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY, GEOTECHNICAL, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, FACILITY AND SEWER DESIGN SERVICES.1,250,000 FY23 WastewaterENGINEERING NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12174GEYER SANITARY RELIEF (W. MONROE AVE TO W. ESSEX AVE) CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.515,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GEYER LATERAL.12264GLENFIELD SANITARY RELIEF (WATSON WOODS CT TO S LINDBERGH BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,033,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12246GRAND GLAIZE WET WEATHER PUMP STATIONCONSTRUCT NEW PUMP STATION WITH DESIGN PEAK FLOW RATE OF 5 MGD, AND 500 FEET OF 16-INCH FORCEMAIN, TO LAGOONS.2,235,000 FY23 WastewaterWET WEATHER FLOWS AT THE GRAND GLAIZE PLANT EXCEED HEADWORKS CAPACITY, BACKING UP FLOWS INTO VALLEY PARK SEWERS.12281GRAND NATIONAL SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND NATIONAL DR TO KNEELAND RD) CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.136,000 FY23 WastewaterUNDERSIZED SANITARY SEWERS.11766GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE VI (SKME-521)SIXTH PHASE OF A MULTI-PHASE PROJECT. THIS PHASE CONSISTS OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 72-INCH DIAMETER SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-588.2,703,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12294GREGORY COURT SANITARY RELIEF (TESSON FERRY RD TO SAPPINGTON RD) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.410,000 FY23 WastewaterINSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR WET WEATHER FLOWS.11799HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - SEWER SEPARATION CHERRY TO 68TH STREET CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SEWERS, AND 2,840 FEET OF LINING.2,400,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS.12301HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) FORCEMAIN REPLACEMENTCONSTRUCT 4,900 FEET OF 3-INCH FORCEMAIN.430,000 FY23 WastewaterFORCEMAIN REPLACEMENT REQUIRED.12308HORTON PUMP STATION (P-814) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-814 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.354,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-814 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.6,000,000 FY23 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12319LADUE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO S LADUE ESTATES DR)CONSTRUCT 720 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-183.230,000 FY23 WastewaterCONSTRUCTION OF A NEW SEWER MAY BE REQUIRED IF I/I REDUCTION UNDER PROJECT 11713 IS INSUFFICIENT TO ELIMINATE OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11818LEMAY CSO HIGH RATE CLARIFICATION FACILITY (BROADWAY & LEMAY WWTF) CONSTRUCT 100 MGD ENHANCED HIGH RATE CLARIFICATION FACILITY WITH DISINFECTION.2,415,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.12544LEMAY WWTF AERATION TANK IMPROVEMENTS - CONCRETE AND GATE REPAIRS REPAIR CONCRETE, GATES AND VALVES.2,500,000 FY23 WastewaterAERATION TANKS CONCRETE DETERIORATION.12497LEMAY WWTF ODOR CONTROLS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO ODOR CONTROL SYSTEM AT LEMAY WWTF.8,500,000 FY23 WastewaterFACILITY IMPROVEMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS REQUIRE ENHANCED ODOR CONTROL.12546LEMAY WWTF PRELIMINARY AND PRIMARY SETTLING TANK STRUCTURAL REHABILITATION REPAIR CONCRETE, GATES, AND HARDWARE, AND REBUILD SLUDGE COLLECTORS.800,000 FY23 WastewaterDETERIORATING TANKS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12331LINDY I/I REDUCTION (CABALLERO DR AND CHAMBERLAIN DR)PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY AND REHABILITATE FIVE MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SANITARY SEWERS.30,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED.138,725,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)2,730,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11816LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT PUMP STATION TO PUMP STORED COMBINED SEWERAGE TO LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.21,000,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.11816LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION645,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.270,000 FY23 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12482LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP FOULWATER INTERCEPTOR SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO THE INTERCEPTOR SEWERS.2,470,000 FY23 WastewaterIMPROVEMENTS NEEDED TO ENHANCE ACCEESS FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF THE INTERCEPTORS.12334LOWER BLACK CREEK AND HAMPTON CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK TO OXFORD DR.) PHASE I CONSTRUCT 5,690 FEET OF 60-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,413,000 FY23 WastewaterELIMINATION OF BP-008 AND BP-634 IS REQUIRED.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.46,000,000 FY23 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12255LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE IIEXPAND AND UPGRADE EXISTING LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO ACCOMODATE FUTURE FLOWS AND FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.27,700,000 FY23 WastewaterNUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS AND ADDITIONAL FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGETUPGRADES OF MAJOR PUMP STATIONS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN LEVEL OF SERVICE AND PREVENT FLOW RELEASES TO THE ENVIRONMENT.1,000,000 FY23 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGET4,000,000 FY23 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12340MARCO PUMP STATION (P-406) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-406.650,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-406 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12343MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (PATTERSON RD AND MYRTLE DR) REHABILITATE 200 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY.30,000 FY23 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10024MC-02 WATSON TO EDGAR RD SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-580A)CONSTRUCT 5,325 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWER FROM RESURRECTION CEMETERY TO EDGAR ROAD. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-557.4,400,000 FY23 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS AND CREEK EROSION.10869MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWERCONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND DECOMMISSION EXISTING PUMP STATION AND FORCEMAIN.1,370,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION FAILURES, PUMP STATION REQUIRES OVERHAUL. ORIGINAL DESIGN CRITERIA MAY NOT STILL BE VALID.12483MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES.1,000,000 FY23 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12487MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE V REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES.2,500,000 FY23 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12556MISSOURI RIVER WWTF ENGINE GENERATOR REPLACEMENTREPLACE EXISTING ENGINE GENERATORS AND ADD ADDITIONAL DIGESTER GAS UTILIZATION CAPACITY.5,867,000 FY23 WastewaterFUTURE GAS PRODUCTION AT PLANT IS PROJECTED TO EXCEED GAS UTILIZATION CAPACITY, AND ENGINE GENERATORS ARE REACHING THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE.12357NEWPORT LANDING PUMP STATION (P-480) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-480 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN.487,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-480 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12360NORMANDIE SANITARY RELIEF (PAGE AVE TO SAINT CHARLES ROCK ROAD)CONSTRUCT 8,600 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-454, BP-457, AND BP-458.735,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-454, BP-457, AND BP-458 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12365OLIVETTA STREET SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER.1,158,000 FY23 WastewaterSANITARY SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS IN COMBINED SEWER AREA.12368PRICE TO PIONEER SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,548,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12594PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM 2021 PLUS BUDGETCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY23 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS.5,000,000 FY23 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12187REINKE I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND NEW BALLWIN RD) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.353,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12189ROBYN HILLS NUMBER 1 PUMP STATION (P-417) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-417.650,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-417 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12195S BRENTWOOD BLVD SANITARY RELIEF (DAYTONA DR TO WALINCA TERRACE)CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-623.573,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12196S GORE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (GRAY AVE TO OAK TERR)CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.550,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12203SMOKETREE DR TO WHITE BIRCH CT SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 970 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.325,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12628SPIRIT 2 FORCEMAIN IMPROVEMENTS (P-736 TO P-809)CONSTRUCT 4,560 FEET OF 12-INCH FORCEMAIN PARALLEL TO THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN, AND REHABILITATE THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN.785,000 FY23 WastewaterLACK OF CAPACITY AND REDUNDANCY FOR EXISTING FORCE MAIN.12206SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 1 PUMP STATION (P-735) REPLACEMENTREPLACE PUMP STATION P-735.650,000 FY23 WastewaterDETERIORATED PUMP STATION REPAIR REPLACMENT12207SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 2 PUMP STATION (P-736) REPLACEMENTDETERIORATED PUMP STATION REPAIR REPLACEMENT.650,000 FY23 WastewaterDETERIORATED PUMP STATION REQUIRES REPLACEMENT.12210ST. ALBERT I/I REDUCTION (WASHINGTON ST AND ST. FERDINAND ST)CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,700 FEET 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES.453,000 FY23 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12211ST. ANTHONY SANITARY RELIEF (S NEW FLORISSANT RD TO ST. BERNADETTE LN) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.609,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12212ST. GEORGE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DAISY LN TO GRAVOIS RD TO NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE)CONSTRUCT 4,500 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-404.2,300,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE SSO BP-404.12236TOWNE SOUTH SANITARY RELIEF (BROAD OAK DR TO TESSON FERRY RD) CONSTRUCTION 2,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.245,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS.4,690,000 FY23 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12262VALLEY VIEW PUMP STATION (P-734) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P-734.650,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-734 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.11676VILLA COUBLAY SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-203.300,000 FY23 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS12268WATERFORD SANITARY RELIEF (N WATERFORD DR TO DURWOOD DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER1,486,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.10794WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628)CONSTRUCT 10,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 54-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWER FROM SAPPINGTON ROAD, NORTH OF EAST ESSEX TO MARSHALL ROAD.3,500,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS.12276WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) PHASE 2CONSTRUCT 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-194 AND BP-578.618,000 FY23 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS AND ELIMINATION OF SSO BP-194 AND BP-578 REQUIRED.12280WHITE PLAINS SANITARY RELIEF (SALTBOX DR TO CEDAR CREEK RD) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.762,000 FY23 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12305WINDMOOR PUMP STATION (P-710) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-710 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAN.390,000 FY23 WastewaterPUMP STATION MAY REQUIRE EVENTUAL ELIMINATION.12553WWTF SCADA HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE UPGRADESUPGRADE SCADA SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE AT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI, MERAMEC, AND GRAND GLAIZE PLANTS.4,000,000 FY23 WastewaterPLANT SCADA SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE ARE UNDER NEEDED CAPACITY AND OBSOLETE.12592INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.10,000,000 FY24 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.11144BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY24 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12597CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS 2023 PLUS BUDGETPERFORM CCTV, CLEANING, PHYSICAL INSPECTION, AND DEBRIS VOLUME ESTIMATION OF SELECTED SEWERS.3,000,000 FY24 WastewaterFIELD INVESTIGATION OF PRIMARILY LARGE DIAMETER SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY NEEDED CLEANING AND REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS.11146CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTUREINSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES TO THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.5,000,000 FY24 WastewaterCONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS REQUIRED.11110DEER CREEK SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE DEER CREEK WATERSHED, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.650,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12598GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL 2021 PLUS BUDGET PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM.240,000 FY24 UnallocatedAPPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.2,000,000 FY24 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.540,000 FY24 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12599RADAR RAINFALL DATA 2023 PLUS BUDGETINTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS.150,000 FY24 UnallocatedPIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS.11153RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SERVICES, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS, TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS.600,000 FY24 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION.12600STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING AND GAUGE OPERATION 2023 PLUS BUDGETPERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN THE MSD SERVICE AREA. CONTINUE STREAM GAUGING DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM.1,235,000 FY24 UnallocatedSTREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATION, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.12079ARV ELLEN SANITARY RELIEF (TESSON CREEK ESTATES DR TO MADAFORD LN) CONSTRUCT 730 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.183,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12081BADEN CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (KENAWAH AVE TO EDGEWOOD BLVD) CONSTRUCT 250 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON AND FILL 270 FEET OF 21-INCH SEWER.150,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12086BARRETT STATION I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD AND BARRETT STATION RD) REHABILITATE 3,700 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 30-INCH SEWER.160,000 FY24 WastewaterEXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS, BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12088BAXTER I/I REDUCTION (BAXTER RD NEAR COUNTY CREEK CT) REHABILITATE 10 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWER, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.20,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE BAXTER STUDY AREA.12090BC-01 PHASE III AND BC-02 PHASE II SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO HEATHERWOOD DR)CONSTRUCT 13,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-003, BP-004, BP-014, AND BP-0161,175,000 FY24 WastewaterELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRED.12091BEGG SANITARY RELIEF (KENWOOD TO BEGG RD)CONSTRUCT 680 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.246,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12586BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2025) CONTRACT AREHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I.340,000 FY24 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS.12543BISSELL POINT WWTF DEMOLITION OF SLIGO BUILDINGDEMOLISH BUILDING AND RESTORE SITE.3,200,000 FY24 WastewaterDETERIORATED STRUCTURE IN NEED OF DEMOLITION. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11847BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERSCONSTRUCT 9,260 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY RELIEF SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-013, BP-017, BP-018, BP-151, AND BP-583.7,400,000 FY24 WastewaterWET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS, OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND SEWER OVERFLOWS.12097BOMPART AVE SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK TO MANCHESTER RD) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEE OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.157,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12106BUCKHURST DR TO OAK HILL DR SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 2,850 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.181,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS DUE TO WET WEATHER FLOWS.12107BUCKLEY SANITARY RELIEF (DACE LN TO POPLAR DR)CONSTRUCT 1,90 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.572,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12108BURNING TREE INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR (N. WATERFORD DR TO FOX RUN DR) CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.247,000 FY24 WastewaterDEFICIENT SEWER CAUSING OVERCHARGING.12114CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B (P-751) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 270 FEET OF 96-INCH SEWER TO PROVIDE 100,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.332,000 FY24 WastewaterSTORAGE NEEDED AT STATION.12116CAULKS CREEK TRUNK SEWER (SKME-011) PHASE III CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER.360,000 FY24 WastewaterEXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE ACPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM12595CITYSHED 2022 TO 2033 PROJECTS BUDGET PLACEHOLDER BUDGET FOR FUTURE CITYSHED PROJECTS REQUIRED UNDER THE CONSENT DECREE.11,700,000 FY24 WastewaterCITYSHED PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED UNDER THE CONSENT DECREE.12122CLARK AVE SANITARY RELIEF (LACLEDE STA RD TO YEATMAN AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.469,000 FY24 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I BUILDING BACKUP AND STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS.12552COLDWATER CREEK WWTF DEMOLITION ABANDONED GRIT AND PRIMARY CLARIFIERS TANKSDEMOLISH GRIT TANKS, COMMINUTOR CHANNELS, GRIT BUILDING, PRIMARY SLUDGE PUMP STATION, AND PRIMARY CLARIFIER TANKS AND BUILDINGS.800,000 FY24 WastewaterABANDONED STRUCTURES NO LONGER IN SERVICE NEED TO BE DEMOLISHED TO FREE UP SPACE FOR FUTURE PLANT WORK.12549COLDWATER CREEK WWTF WAREHOUSE STORAGE PROJECTCONSTRUCT 5,000 SQUARE FOOT BUILDING ADDITION.925,000 FY24 WastewaterSTORAGE SPACE NEEDED TO ACCOMODATE PALLETS.12602CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES MAJOR PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGET PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR MAJOR PROJECTS.22,650,000 FY24 WastewaterSYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA MAJOR CONSTRUCTION.12129CONWAY MEADOWS SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) CONSTRUCT 1,500 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.111,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGE SANITARY SEWERS.12130CONWAY ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY LN TO DWYER AVE) CONSTRUCT 3,300 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,410,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12132CONWOOD LN SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO WESTWOOD CT) CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.120,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12133COUNTRY HOME DR SANITARY RELIEF (SUMMITT TREE CT TO AUTUMN PEAK DR) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.343,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12134COWMIRE CREEK SANITARY REPLACEMENT I-70 CROSSING (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD TO MARK TWAIN LN) CONSTRUCT 620 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER.426,000 FY24 WastewaterDETERIORATED SANITARY SEWER12139CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATIONPERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN 1247 MERAMEC STUDY AREA WHICH WILL ALSO INCLUDE SEWER SEPARATION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-118 AND CSO OUTFALL L-111.10,500,000 FY24 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS CONNECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEFECTS.12140CSO - MARY AVENUE SOUTH OF MANCHESTER. CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-132)/OUTFALL (L-106) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 5,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWERS. 4,100 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-132 AND CSO OUTFALL L-1061,230,000 FY24 WastewaterAREA EXPERIENCES EXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS.12143DANIEL BOONE I/I REDUCTION (SHACKELFORD RD AND MULLANPHY LN)CONSTRUCT 40 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 9,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 2 PROPERTIES.41,000 FY24 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12145DC-04 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III (LAKESHORE DR TO NEW BALLAS RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.730,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11833DELCREST SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-015 AND BP-094.2,065,000 FY24 WastewaterBASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.12147DIETRICH GLEN PUMP STATION (P-525) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 60 FEET OF 54-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 2,700 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.20,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY FOR THE 5-YEAR DESIGN STORM.12593EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS 2021 PLUS BUDGETPROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS.2,000,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND LAND PURCH12165FAIRVIEW I/I REDUCTION (FAIRVIEW DR TO MANCHESTER RD)CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 3,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER.59,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12167FENTON CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (OLD TOWN FENTON)REHABILITATE 9 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 13 PROPERTIES.35,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS.12170FENTON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY ELIMINATION DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING FENTON WWTF.7,138,000 FY24 WastewaterCOMPLETION OF THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PH III AND EXT OF THE CONVEYENCE TUNNEL, FLOWS FROM THE FENTON WWTF WILL BE DIVERTED TO L MERAMEC WWTF.12182FOX BRIDGE PUMP STATION (P-484) STORAGECONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.120,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION OVERCHARGES DURING RAIN EVENTS.12603GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT ENGINEERING SERVICES 2022 PLUS BUDGETRETAIN FIRMS FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY, GEOTECHNICAL, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, FACILITY AND SEWER DESIGN SERVICES.1,250,000 FY24 WastewaterENGINEERING NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF.12299HAWTHORNE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (RANCH LN TO CLAYTON HILLS LN) CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.350,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12312HUNTLEIGH TRAILS LN SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO N GEYER RD) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER.960,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12592INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REHABILITATION NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTIONS, RENEWAL OF THE SYSTEM BY CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION WILL OCCUR VIA REHABILITATION CONTRACTS.10,000,000 FY24 WastewaterOLD, DETERIORATED, AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSING PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS.12601INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) 2021 PLUS BUDGETAS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROBLEMS ARE IDENTIFIED THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT, CONTRACTS WILL BE PROMPTLY ISSUED FOR NEEDED CONSTRUCTION.6,000,000 FY24 WastewaterDAMAGED AND DETERIORATED INLETS, MANHOLES, SEWERS OR OTHER INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12313JEFFERSON BARRACKS CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (N. KINSWOOD LN TO S. FRANRU LN) CONSTRUCT 6,700 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.575,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12315KEHRS MILL PUMP STATIONS NO. 1 AND 2 (P-752 AND P-770) ELIMINATIONCONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATIONS P-752 AND P-770 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAINS.729,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATIONS P-752 AND P-770 NEED TO BE ELIMINATED.12371LAUMEIER PARK (P-469) STORAGECONSTRUCT STORAGE FACILITY AT PUMP STATION.51,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION REQUIRES ADDITIONAL STORAGE.11818LEMAY CSO HIGH RATE CLARIFICATION FACILITY (BROADWAY & LEMAY WWTF) CONSTRUCT 100 MGD ENHANCED HIGH RATE CLARIFICATION FACILITY WITH DISINFECTION.2,415,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.11943LINDBERGH SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO N LINDBERGH BLVD)REPLACE 3,150 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER.960,000 FY24 WastewaterSANITARY SEWER IS EXPOSED AT CREEK CROSSINGS, INADEQUATE CAPACITY, AND SEWER BACKUPS.12330LINDSAY I/I REDUCTION (CHARBONIER RD AND N. LINDBERGH BLVD)PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY AND REHABILITATE ASSOCIATED SANITARY SEWER.20,000 FY24 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12332LITTLETON CT. SANITARY RELIEF (OLD SMIZER MILL RD AND 141 TO LA PALMA DR) CONSTRUCT 2,600 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.770,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK) CONSTRUCT SOUTHERN PORTION OF DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM FOR THE LEMAY WATERSHED.1,260,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11820LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL SOUTH DRIVE (BROADWAY TO RDP PARK)63,575,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION OF CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS NEEDED.11816LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT PUMP STATION TO PUMP STORED COMBINED SEWERAGE TO LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT.10,500,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.11816LMRDP TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION325,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPLEMENTATION NEEDED OF CONSENT DECREE COMPONENTS.11109LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT)DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES.270,000 FY24 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO THE LOWER AND MIDDLE RIVER DES PERES POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12482LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP FOULWATER INTERCEPTOR SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO THE INTERCEPTOR SEWERS.2,470,000 FY24 WastewaterIMPROVEMENTS NEEDED TO ENHANCE ACCEESS FOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND REHABILITATION OF THE INTERCEPTORS.11746LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNELCONSTRUCT DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, FOR TREATMENT AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF.34,500,000 FY24 WastewaterFENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND REMOVAL IS PART OF THE REGIONAL LOWER MERAMEC FACILITY PLAN.12337MAIN SANITARY RELIEF (VANCE RD TO INEZ AVE)CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.832,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGETUPGRADES OF MAJOR PUMP STATIONS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN LEVEL OF SERVICE AND PREVENT FLOW RELEASES TO THE ENVIRONMENT.1,000,000 FY24 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12596MAJOR PUMP STATION UPGRADES 2021 TO 2035 BUDGET4,000,000 FY24 WastewaterAGING AND DETERIORATED PUMP STATIONS IN NEED OF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.12338MANCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND HIGHWAY 141) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.51,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12345MASON VALLEY I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BARRETT PKWY)CONSTRUCT 230 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER.253,000 FY24 WastewaterEXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12346MCCUTCHEON RD AND THORNDELL SANITARY RELIEFCONSTRUCT 640 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.195,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12487MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE V REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES.2,500,000 FY24 WastewaterFLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 40 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION.12354MISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE IV ABANDON AND FILL 62,000 FEET OF EXISTING SEWERS.476,000 FY24 WastewaterSEWERS ARE NO LONGER IN USE AND ARE ALLOWING I/I TO ENTER THE SYSTEM.12556MISSOURI RIVER WWTF ENGINE GENERATOR REPLACEMENTREPLACE EXISTING ENGINE GENERATORS AND ADD ADDITIONAL DIGESTER GAS UTILIZATION CAPACITY.2,933,000 FY24 WastewaterFUTURE GAS PRODUCTION AT PLANT IS PROJECTED TO EXCEED GAS UTILIZATION CAPACITY, AND ENGINE GENERATORS ARE REACHING THE END OF THEIR USEFUL LIFE.12356NEW ENGLAND VILLAGE 2 PUMP STATION (P-496) IMPROVEMENTS REPLACE EXISTING PUMP STATION P-496.195,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-496 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED.12359NOONING TREE PARK SANITARY RELIEF (WHITREE LN TO BRIGHTFIELD MANOR DR) CONSTRUCT 3,600 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.300,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12594PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM 2021 PLUS BUDGETCONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES OF FLOW INTO THE SANITARY SYSTEM.500,000 FY24 WastewaterPRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS.12441RDP TRIBUTARIES (DEER CREEK) CSO TUNNELCONSTRUCT 12,000 FEET OF 20-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 28 MILLION GALLONS.53,450,000 FY24 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS IN THE DEER, BLACK, HAMPTON, AND CLAYTONIA CREEK WATERSHEDS POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12191ROLAND SANITARY RELIEF (NELSON DR TO ROLAND BLVD)CONSTRUCT 470 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER.156,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12204SOUTH COUNTY RELIEF PUMP STATION (P-419) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 84-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 200,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.173,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-419 NEED IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12214ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO LYNROS DR) CONSTRUCT 3,600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,181,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12216ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO MARMARY DR) CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,046,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12217ST. MATTHIAS SANITARY RELIEF (ST. SHAWN LN TO STONEHARD DR) CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER.842,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12219STRASSNER AVE SANITARY RELIEF (BLACK CREEK TRUNK TO SWALLOW DR) CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER.667,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12220SUB-TRUNK #11 SANITARY RELIEF (BELGROVE DR TO LOTHIAN CIR) CONSTRUCT 1,100 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.78,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Wastewater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name DescriptionBudget AmountFinancial YearProject Type DescProblem Description12224SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB PUMP STATION (P-408) STORAGECONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE155,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-408 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12233TM-04 TWO MILE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (LOCKETT RD TO MEIER RD) OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.204,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12234TOPPING I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND TOPPING RD)REHABILITATE 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN THE TOPPING STUDY AREA.67,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12241UPPER BADEN SANITARY RELIEF (JENNINGS STATION RD TO OAKRIDGE BLVD)CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001.1,123,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001 REQUIRES REMOVAL.12242UPPER FISHPOT EAST SANITARY RELIEF (FIELD AVE TO WOLFF LN) CONSTRUCT 3,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,213,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS12245UPPER LAWNVIEW CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (RHAPSODY LN TO MILLVALLEY DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.1,672,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12440UPPER RDP (UNIVERSITY CITY) CSO STORAGE TUNNELCONSTRUCT 9,000 FEET OF 24-FOOT DIAMETER TUNNEL, DEWATERING PUMP STATION, AND CONSOLIDATION PIPING, TO PROVIDE A STORAGE VOLUME OF 30 MILLION GALLONS.4,690,000 FY24 WastewaterCOMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS INTO UPPER RIVER DES PERES AND UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED POTENTIALLY IMPACTING WATER QUALITY.12258VALLEY PARK I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 TO SIMPSON PARK)DISCONNECT 4 CATCH BASINS FROM SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 3 PROPERTIES.269,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12263VILLE PATRICIA SANITARY RELIEF (VILLE ROSA LN TO CAMPUS PARKWAY DR) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.305,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12270WATKINS CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (KENRAN INDUSTRIAL BLVD TO FARM POND CT) CONSTRUCT 18,000 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER.2,080,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12277WEIDMAN I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 AND DUTCH MILL DR)PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.237,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12279WESTON PLACE PUMP STATION (P-771) IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 84-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 50,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.276,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMPSTATION P-771 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12284WILSON AVE SANITARY RELIEF (HARRISON AVE TO CLEVELAND AVE) CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER.271,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.12287WILSON SANITARY RELIEF (WILD HORSE CREEK RD TO CLARKSON RD) CONSTRUCT 9,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER.3,010,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS12288WILTON PUMP STATION (P-412) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 30 FEET OF 60-INCH PIPE TO PROVIDE 3,700 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE.30,000 FY24 WastewaterPUMP STATION P-412 NEEDS IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS.12300WOODSON SANITARY RELIEF (FLORA AVE TO LACKLAND RD)CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP-533, AND BP-534.1,680,000 FY24 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP-533 AND BP-534 REQUIRE REMOVAL.12307YARNELL CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (LARKIN-WILLIAMS RD AND RUDDER RD) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION.20,000 FY24 WastewaterOVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. Appendix 7.2.3 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.2: Consent Decree CIRP Impact Title:   Operational Performance Metrics    Supports:   Operations and Maintenance projections  BENCHMARKDEFINITIONUNITMAXMINAVERAGEMEDIANMSDSIGNIFICANCEEMPLOYEE METRICSEmployees per 1,000 PE servedTotal number of exployees/total population equivelent (PE) served x 1,000Employees/1,0003.26 0.14 1.03 0.910.73MSD is leaner than the average or median comparable sewer utility. MSD has only  985 employees where the average utility with a population our size would have over 1300 employees.Employee per mgal of wastewater treatedTotal number of employees/mgal of wastewater treated dailyEmployees/mgal9.57 1.39 5.05 4.682.95MSD is also leaner the the average or median comparible sewer utility based on wastewater treated, with an average daily flow of 330 millon gallons a day and 985 employees.  The average comparable utility would have over 1600 employees treating flows this large.Higher management employeesNumber of full time equivalent employees dedicated to directors, central administation, strategic planning, marketing and communications, legal affairs, environmental management, business development/Total number of employees x 100%23.81 0.65 7.83 3.432.36This measure shows that MSD is not top heavy, with 23 directors, assistant directors, legal and communication and enviornmental management staff.  The median utility would employee 33 staff in such positions.REGULATORY COMPLIANCECompliance with discharge consents - last calendar yearCurrent number of PE served by WWTP complying with discharge consents/Total PE served x 100%100 43.48 81.8 10099.90%MSD has 99.9% compliance with regulatory compliance of treatment plant permits.  This is above the industry average and is the expectation of the District.UTILIZATION AND EFFICIENCYTreatment plant utilization - secondary treatmentAverage daily volume of wastewater which received secondary treatment/total daily capacity for secondary treatment x 100%77.59 16.7 51.74 54.1874.6With plant capacity utilization of nearly 75% MSD is not overbuilt and amoung industry leaders.  Regulations do not allow utilzation over 80% without expanding.Energy consumptionMonthly energy used by the utility/mgal of wastewater treated every monthKwh/mgal2,614 1,396 2,037 1,9211502MSD  electrical consumption per million gallons shows that usage is among the lowest, or our efficeincy is among the highest(159million kw/yr /292mgd)Population coverageTotal Population served/Total population of the service area x 100%100 48.25 88.88 10098MSD provides service to nearly all homes within its service area.  This helps improve utilization and effiecencySEWER MAINTENANCESewer inspectionLength of sewer inspected (miles) last calendar year/total length of sewer (miles) x 100%8.47 2.73 6.26 6.818.05MSD inspected 511 miles of the total 6350 miles pipe this is slightly better than average but not excessiveSewer cleaningLength of sewer (miles) cleaned last calendar year/Total length of sewer (miles) x 100%24.87 3.75 12.01 10.0321.59MSD cleaned 1371 miles of pipe(928 miles non‐plastic and 443 miles of plastic) of the 6350 miles of pipe.  This meets the Districts goal of cleaning sewers approximately every 5 years. This proactive approach has led to a 70 % reduction in basement backups and 50% reduction in overflows.Manhole chamber inspectionTotal number of manhole chambers inspected last calendar year/Total number of manhole chambers x 100%27.88 1.3 10.47 8.2910.5MSD inspected 16502 manholes out of 162,000 or 10.5%.  This is inline with the average utility and meets our regulatory requirements.Sewer replaced/rehabilitated last calendar yearLength of sewer (miles) replaced or rehabilitated last calendar year/Total length of sewer (miles) x 100%3.47 0 1.23 0.971.89MSD rehabilitated 119.8 miles of the 6340 miles of pipe.  This is nearly 2% of the system and above the goal of 90 miles/yr.   The 2% is driven by overflow reduction and removal needs and is not excessive, 1.5% is needed just to rehab sewers on a 67 year cycle. .Sewer blockage last calendar yearTotal number of sewer blocks last calendar year/Total length of sewer x 100Number/100 mile82.45 0 26.77 7.75.1MSD had 326 sewer blockages that caused basement backups and/or sewer overflows.  This is down from historical levels of 1000/yr.  Due to our continued maintenacne efforts our rate of 5 blockages/100 miles of pipe is much lower than the average.CUSTOMER CALLBenchmark Metrics from 2013 Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) Survey of Wastwater UtilitiesWERF Survey DataMSD Data Total service inquiries per 1,000 PE servedTotal number of inquiries last calendar year/Ttotal PE served x 1,000Number/1000 PE served11.42 0.04 3.75 0.8710MSD aveages about 13500 customer calls per year.  This equates to 10 calls per 1000 persons served.  This puts us among the higher surveyed, but it is hard to to interpret this number.  We don't know if it translates to more problems or better communications. We take both wastewater and stormwater calls SAFETYWorking accidents: Percentage of employees injured last calendar yearNumber of employees injured on the job last calendar year/total number of employees x 100%9.72 3 6.15 6.243.75Being lean on management does not translate to poor safety.  MSD averaged 3.75 lost time injuries per 100 employees in 2013.  This is about half the average. Appendix 7.3.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.3: Revenue Collection Efforts   Title:   Revenue Collection Efforts    Supports:   Significant improvements in revenue collections    Includes:  Bad Debt Memo – Explains the recalculation for the provision                 Collection Efforts – Describes the steps taken to implement a new collection strategy                 Historical Delinquency – Graphical representation of declining delinquencies                 Post Contact Survey – Customer service survey results                              Date:      August 27, 2014    To:     Janice Zimmerman     Audit File     From:   Pamela Reid, Interim Accounting Manager    Subject:  Accounts Receivable Allowance – Bad Debt Change    _____________________________________________________________________________________     During fiscal year 2014, the accounting personnel completed an analysis on the wastewater sewer  service charges collection patterns using a new analytical tool.  The analysis was based on billings as far  back as 1981; however, the account detail moved into the analytical tool was 2006 to present.  The  collections for wastewater sewer service charges were consistently collected 98% of the time by the  fifth year after billed.       The billing and collection data was verified to ensure that the information used with the analytical tool  was valid.  Using a random sample of customer accounts, accounting personnel verified the accuracy.   No issues were found in the data.      Prior to fiscal year 2015, the allowance for bad debt was calculated using aging buckets and percentages  associated with the aging.  The aging buckets and their percentages are as follows:    Unbilled 2% 1‐90 DAYS 5% 91‐180 DAYS 10% 181‐360 DAYS 20% 360+ DAYS 100%    Based on the analysis completed, it appeared that recording the allowance at 100% for the wastewater  sewer service charges receivable balance for accounts aged at 360 or more was excessive.  As of June  30, 2014, MSD will no longer use the buckets to determine the reserve.  The new calculation will now  use the billed revenue to record the reserve.  MSD changed the allowance calculation using 2.15% of the  wastewater sewer service billed revenue to correlate with the analytics completed.  The data went as  far back as 1981 which was included in the database; however, the information relating to 1997 and  prior was limited information. The collection trend proved that 98% of the billings were collected within  five years.  The accounting department reviewed several periods of collections data using numerous  combined years. Some examples of the results to make the determination on the rate to use are as  follows:    Years Billings Collections Rate  1981 to 2014 $2,390,617,668 97.20% 2.80%  2009 (5 years ago only  one year)  222,679,265 97.90% 2.10%  2008, 2009, 2010 655,508,870 97.90% 2.10%  2006, 2007, 2008, 2009,  2010   1,059,434,618 98.30% 1.70%    Based on the above, the District chose to make the adjustment for years 2006 thru June 2014 billing  cycle using 2.15% (conservative approach) for the billings on wastewater sewer service charges.  In  addition, for the years 1981 to 2005, the District chose to record the uncollected balance which was less  than the 2.15%.      The adjustment of $9,765,276.46 was recorded at the end of FY14.  This adjustment represents an  accumulated estimate recorded in prior years.    The revised process to be used starting in FY15 is as follows:  1. Determine the new uncollectible rate for years 2006 thru 5 years from the fiscal year end.  2. Apply the new percentage to billings in the current year.  3. In addition, any items collected relating to 1981 to 2005 will be reduced from the reserve  balance.  4. During the months of May and June, the prior year reserve balance would be reviewed and  adjusted to ensure the reserve reflects the current collection period.    In FY15, the storm service charge will be adjusted using the same process to calculate the reserve  balance described above for wastewater sewer charge.  This adjustment is planned to be made in  December FY15.            Metropolitan St Louis Sewer District 2350 Market Street  St. Louis, MO  63103  314‐335‐2027  314‐768‐6372 (fax)  Service Charge Collection Efforts •Introduction: •Using Predictive Analytics, the District has pursued innovative self-service options including IVR, website design, paperless billing, multi-channels PreCollect •The Approach: •Partnered with Vertex to build 2 predictive data models (commercial and residential) which predicted the likelihood of customers to pay back debt •Designed a strategy to engage our customers with targeted, tailored contacts driven off of their likelihood to payback debt •Added an automated SkipTrace process to update bad contact information •Tested strategy in champion/challenger approach •Implemented pre-collect program in September of 2011 and measure results quarterly •The Results: •On average 17,040 fewer customers entering arrears each month (14.4% reduction) •On average 620 fewer accounts assigned to agencies monthly (Sept ‘11 – Sept ‘12) •Decreased number of accounts assigned to collection agencies by 79% •Recognized 3,530% ROI on pre-collect program •Increased collections by 30% from FY2011 to FY2013 •Decreased collection agency commissions by 57% •Decreased bad debt provision by 69% Interactive Voice Response (IVR) •IVR Options: •Check balance; make payments; set up payment arrangements •The Results: •Total calls reduced from call center: 190,274 (averaging 8,273 per month) •Total dollars collected by payment module: $12,935,894 (averaging $562,430 per month) •Reduced “1 Time Payment” call volume has sustained since IVR Go-Live •42% reduction in 1Pay volume compared to average from one year prior to the IVR •Total calls reduced from call center: 254,016 (averaging 4,289 per month) •Average reduced call volume has sustained since IVR Go-Live •13% reduction in call volume compared to average from one year prior to the IVR go-live Historical Delinquency Amounts     MSD Post Contact Survey Trends (2003‐2014)BLUE (RATINGS ABOVE 90%)RED (RATING BELOW 80%)Question/CategoryItem Rated Area Assessed 2003 20042005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Change from 2003‐2014Customer service center open when needed Billing91% 93% 96% 98% 97% 97% 95% 96% 95% 96% 95% 97% 6%Easy to determine appropriate phone numberBilling90% 92% 95% 97% 93% 94% 94% 94% 93% 93% 90% 93% 3%Employee resolved question or concernBilling63% 70% 78% 84% 82% 88% 84% 84% 86% 86% 82% 89% 26%Employee told requirements to add. concerns and timeBillingNot asked Not asked Not asked 90% 85% 90% 85% 85% 85% 88% 85% 88% NAEmployee treated me with respectBilling75% 84% 95% 96% 94% 96% 94% 94% 96% 95% 95% 98% 23%Employee was courteous Billing79% 86% 95% 96% 94% 96% 94% 94% 96% 95% 95% 97% 18%Employee was technically competentBilling69% 76% 90% 95% 90% 94% 91% 93% 93% 93% 92% 95% 26%Length of wait to speak w/ employee acceptableBilling84% 86% 93% 95% 92% 94% 92% 95% 93% 93% 92% 95% 11%AVERAGE RATING FOR BILLING SERVICES PROVIDED BY PHONE79% 84% 92% 94% 91% 94% 91% 92% 92% 92% 91% 94%15%Customer service center open when needed Field 87% 90% 95% 99% 98% 97% 95% 95% 96% 96% 95% 98% 11%Easy to determine appropriate phone numberField 89% 90% 93% 98% 95% 96% 94% 94% 95% 94% 91% 95% 6%Employee resolved question or concernField 66% 72% 91% 95% 89% 85% 82% 85% 89% 90% 86% 94% 28%Employee told requirements to add. concerns and timeField Not asked Not asked Not asked 92% 86% 87% 80% 81% 84% 85% 76% 85% NAEmployee treated me with respectField 78% 86% 94% 97% 94% 95% 97% 96% 96% 96% 95% 96% 18%Employee was courteous Field 73% 85% 93% 97% 94% 94% 96% 96% 96% 96% 95% 97% 24%Employee was technically competentField 65% 81% 93% 96% 93% 93% 95% 94% 94% 93% 94% 97% 32%Length of wait to speak w/ employee acceptableField 80% 84% 94% 98% 95% 95% 94% 96% 95% 96% 96% 98% 18%AVERAGE RATING FOR FIELD SERVICES PROVIDED BY PHONE77% 84% 93% 97% 93% 93% 92% 92% 93% 93% 91% 95%18%Employee arrived at expected timeField 62% 80% 90% 96% 94% 92% 93% 94% 95% 96% 96% 99% 37%Employee had professional appearanceField 68% 78% 94% 99% 97% 95% 98% 99% 98% 99% 100% 100% 32%Employee resolved question or concernField 58% 63% 69% 80% 83% 76% 74% 88% 87% 85% 81% 88% 30%Employee told requirements to additional concerns & timeField Not asked Not asked Not asked 89% 84% 81% 75% 85% 86% 88% 84% 88% NAEmployee was courteous Field 74% 88% 94% 99% 96% 94% 96% 98% 97% 98% 98% 99% 25%Employee was technically competentField 76% 85% 93% 98% 95% 94% 96% 98% 97% 98% 98% 97% 21%Repairs were made in a timely mannerField 59% 64% 75% 85% 85% 81% 79% 92% 90% 92% 87% 96% 37%AVERAGE RATING FOR FIELD SERVICE CALLS PROVIDED AT HOME66% 76% 86% 92% 91% 88% 87% 93% 93% 94% 92% 95%29%Overall Satisfaction with MSDOverall Rating on a Scale of 1‐10, where 10=BestBilling7.40 7.90 8.33 8.60 8.31 8.17 8.30 8.40 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50 1.10Overall Satisfaction with MSDOverall Rating on a Scale of 1‐10, where 10=BestField Service 6.90 7.30 8.64 8.85 8.62 8.17 8.30 8.50 8.50 8.70 8.50 8.90 2.00Customer Experience by Phone for BILLING (percentages show the percentage of customers who answered "YES")Customer Experience by Phone for FIELD (percentages show the percentage of customers who answered "YES")Customer Experience with Service Calls at Home (FIELD ONLY, percentages show the percentage of customers who answered "YES") Appendix 7.4.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.4: Customer Assistance Program Title:   Customer Assistance Program (CAP)    Supports:   CAP eligibility and future projections    Includes: Analysis – supports the growth projection for the program                Eligibility – Estimates eligible customer base using new requirements                Promotional History – Provides the programs promotion methods                Promotional Handout – Sample of a printed handout for the program  Customer Assistance Program (CAP) Analysis  The Customer Assistance Program analysis focused on identifying current MSD customers who qualify for the CAP  program based upon predefined eligibility requirements (for both 2014 and 2012) and where these customers are  located geographically.  Analysis showed that 12.2% of Residential customers qualify for the CAP program based  upon the 2014 criteria and only 4.2% would qualify using the 2012 eligibility criteria.  The expansion of the income  requirements from 2012 to 2014 nearly tripled the amount of qualified customers for CAP program enrollment.   When analyzed geographically, the majority of CAP qualified customers reside within the OMCI Region (61%),  compared to 32% which live within the City.  A geographical overlay of 2014 CAP qualified customers aggregates  and maps account location by the premise zip code (Image 1.1) to provide high level geographical view of eligible  customers.  Analysis Summary Data Used Calculation Basis (Approach)  Customer  Assistance  Program  (CAP)  The purpose of the CAP analysis was to use the  predefined criteria to identify Residential MSD  customers who qualify for the CAP Program. The  analysis looked at results for both the 2012 CAP  criteria as well as the current 2014 CAP criteria  (see Tables 1.1 and 1.2 below).    Results of this analysis showed that using 2014  CAP criteria, 38,982 customers (12.2%) met either  CAP Eligible or CAP Eligible Elderly requirements.  More specifically, 30,719 (9.6%) qualified by CAP  Eligible requirements and 18,382 (5.7%) qualified  by CAP Eligible Elderly requirements. Using 2012  CAP criteria, 13,423 customers (4.2%) met either  CAP Eligible or CAP Eligible Elderly requirements.  More specifically, 11,193 (3.5%) qualified by CAP  Eligible requirements and 5,664 (1.8%) qualified by  CAP Eligible Elderly requirements.    Regionally it was discovered that 26% of the City  region included CAP Eligible, CAP Eligible Elderly,  or customers already enrolled in the CAP Program  (EA customers). 15% of the OMCI region included  CAP Eligible, CAP Eligible Elderly, or EA customers.  3% of the Extension region included CAP Eligible,  CAP Eligible Elderly, or EA customers.    It was also determined that CAP Eligible, CAP  Eligible Elderly, and EA customer head of  households are more likely to have a high school  diploma as the highest level of education and are  likely to have 4‐5 persons living in the household.   It was noted that as the number of people in the  household increased a greater percentage of that  customer group were qualified for the CAP  program (Graph 1.1).    Overall, the Customer Assistance Program analysis  helped to identify CAP Eligible or CAP Eligible  Elderly customers, understand regionally where  they tend to reside, and provide additional  demographic information on the characteristics of  this group of customers.    • eCIS customer account data  (account #, premise #, address,  lat/long etc.)  • eCIS customer billing data (usage,  bill amount etc.)  • Experian Enrichment Summary  report including a wide variety of  demographic variables (the  INSOURCE Database contains  coverage on approximately 235  million consumers in 113 million  living units—with more than  2,500 data elements, INSOURCE  encompasses a wide range of  consumer information).   • Generational Data  (http://www.cnn.com/interactive /2011/05/living/infographic.boom er/)  Experian variables were merged with  eCIS customer data based on account,  customer, and premise numbers. These  variables included data such as income,  education, number of persons in  household, region, age, gender and  many others.    2012 and 2014 CAP eligibility  requirements (see Tables 1.1 and 1.2  below) were utilized to create customer  account flags to identify customers who  fell into each of the CAP Eligible or CAP  Eligible Elderly categories. These  identifiers were merged with eCIS and  Experian customer data.     The variables used to create customer  account flags included Number of  Persons (in household), Median Family  Household Income, and Age. Based on  the number of persons in the household,  if the median family household income is  at or below the CAP Eligible criteria,  these customers were flagged as “CAP  Eligible”. Based on the number of  persons in the household, if the median  family household income is at or below  the CAP Eligible Elderly criteria AND the  age of the head of household was 62 or  greater, these customers were flagged as  “CAP Eligible Elderly”. Once these CAP  Eligibility identifiers were merged with  the overall data, the findings included in  the analysis summary were discovered  by slicing the data by the various data  elements available from the Experian  data such as region, household size, etc.    Table 1.1  2012 MSD’s Eligibility Guidelines for MSD CAP Program  Persons in Family Annual Income Annual Income @ 150% (CAP Eligible)  Annual Income @ 175% (CAP Eligible Elderly)  1 $11,170 $16,755 $19,548 2 $15,130 $22,695 $26,478 3 $19,090 $28,635 $33,408 4 $23,050 $34,575 $40,338 5 $27,010 $40,515 $47,268 6 $30,970 $46,455 $54,198 7 $34,930 $52,395 $61,128 8 $38,890 $58,335 $68,058 For each additional person, add $3,960 $5,940 $6,930      Table 1.2   2014 Eligibility Guidelines for MSD CAP Program  Persons in Family Annual Income Annual Income @ 200% (CAP Eligible)  Annual Income @ 250% (CAP Eligible Elderly)  1 $11,670 $23,340 $29,175 2 $15,730 $31,460 $39,325 3 $19,790 $39,580 $49,475 4 $23,850 $47,700 $59,625 5 $27,910 $55,820 $69,775 6 $31,970 $63,940 $79,925 7 $36,030 $72,060 $90,075 8 $40,090 $80,180 $100,225 For each additional person, add $4,060 $8,120 $10,150   Graph 1.1  Percentage of Population CAP Qualified by Household Size      $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 12345678+ # of Persons in Household 2014 CAP Qualified Populations (by Household Size) % Customer Group Eligible for CAP 2014 CAP Threshold Cap Qualification Summary Stats CAP Qualified CustomersRM & RU Customers ONLY (NO EA Accounts)# Customers % of Population 320,677 Total Population (RM,RU Customers w/ Matched Experian Data)2014 Criteria 38,982           12.2%2012 Criteria 13,423           4.2%CAP Summary Stats and BreakdownLow Income Customers RM & RU Customers ONLY (NO EA Accounts)# Customers % of Population 320,677 Total Population (RM,RU Customers w/ Matched Experian Data)2014 Criteria 30,719           9.6%2012 Criteria 11,193           3.5%Low Income Elderly Customers# Customers % of Population2014 Criteria 18,382           5.7%2012 Criteria 5,664             1.8% ‐ 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,0002014 Criteria 2012 CriteriaCAP Qualified Customers12.2% of population4.2% of population  ‐ 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,0002014 Criteria 2012 CriteriaCAP Eligible Customers9.6% of population3.5% of population ‐ 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 14,000 16,000 18,000 20,0002014 Criteria 2012 CriteriaElderly CAP Eligible Customers5.7% of population1.8% of population Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictCustomer Assistance ProgramProgram Promotional Activities‐  Radio Advertising ‐ (Clear Channel & Radio One)‐  Ameren Winterizing Utility Forum‐  Jennings ‐ Family Fall Festival ‐  St. Ann Community Center Energy Fair‐  MSD Twitter Handle‐  Earth Day‐  Komen Race ‐ St. Louis‐  Betty Jean Kerr Community Health Fair‐  Ferguson Community Ctr. Grand Opening‐  Home Depot ‐ Ladies Night Out‐  Senior Adult Resource Fair‐  Webster/Rock Hill Energy Forum‐  Sista Strut Cancer Walk‐  SLACO Regional Neighborhood Conference‐  Mid‐East Area Agency on Aging (Health Fair/Open House)‐  Health & Home Fest in Berkley‐  Sista Strut Cancer Walk‐  Emergency Fund Network ‐ Qtrly Mtgs @ Harris Stowe‐  Various Block Unit Meetings (February‐July)‐  Ward 27 ‐ Chris Carter Neighborhood Meeting‐  Internet ‐ Information/Application availabe on‐line‐  Internet ‐ Information/Application availabe on‐line‐  North County Meeting of Social Services‐  Betty Jean Kerr Community Health Fair‐  Winterizing Utility Forum 2013‐  Northern Missionary Baptist Church Open House‐  International Festival ‐Tower Grove Park‐  Missouri Black Expo‐  Webster/Rock Hill Energy Forum‐  SLACO Regional Neighborhood Conference‐  North County Meeting of Social Services‐  Radio Advertising ‐ (Clear Channel Radio)‐  Radio Advertising ‐ (Clear Channel & Radio One)‐  Newspaper advertising (North/South Journals STL American)‐  Energy Conservation Fair‐ Overland Community Ctr.‐  Betty Jean Kerr Community Health Fair‐  Energy Conservation Fair‐ Overland Community Ctr.‐  Missouri Black Expo‐  Urban League of STL Energy Assistance Fair‐  Community Action Agency Energy ForumFiscal Year‐  Annual Insert to all Customers‐  Annual Insert to all Customers‐  Annual Insert to all Customers‐  International Festival ‐Tower Grove Park‐  Internet ‐ Information/Application availabe on‐line2012 2013 2014 Appendix 7.5.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.5: Stormwater Funding Title:   Service Levels    Supports:   Current and proposed Stormwater revenue and expenses  Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictCost of Service and Financial Planning ModelKey Scenario Results ‐ StormwaterFY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021FY 2022FY 2023FY 2024Regulatory FundBeginning Balance ‐ Regulatory Fund 8,388,316$          9,004,460$         9,516,133$         9,968,328$         10,359,569$       10,683,750$        10,939,155$       11,124,032$       11,236,592$       11,275,009$       Annual ActivityRegulatory Tax Revenue 4,918,216$          4,942,807$         4,967,521$         4,992,359$         5,017,320$         5,042,407$          5,067,619$         5,092,957$         5,118,422$         5,144,014$         Regulatory Expenses (4,302,072)           (4,431,134)         (4,515,326)         (4,601,117)         (4,693,139)         (4,787,002)           (4,882,742)         (4,980,397)         (5,080,005)         (5,232,405)         Subtotal: Annual Surplus / (Deficit) 616,144$              511,673$             452,195$             391,242$             324,181$             255,405$              184,877$             112,560$             38,417$               (88,391)$             Ending Balance - Regulatory Fund9,004,460$ 9,516,133$ 9,968,328$ 10,359,569$ 10,683,750$ 10,939,155$ 11,124,032$ 11,236,592$ 11,275,009$ 11,186,618$ Target Balance (240 Days O&M) 2,913,622$          2,968,981$         3,025,392$         3,085,900$         3,147,618$         3,210,570$          3,274,782$         3,340,277$         3,440,485$         3,543,700$         Over / (Under) Target Balance 6,090,837             6,547,151           6,942,936           7,273,670           7,536,133           7,728,585             7,849,251           7,896,315           7,834,524           7,642,918           OMCI District FundsBeginning Balance ‐ OMCI Funds39,536,253$ 36,023,580$ 24,220,658$ 11,993,830$ 2,483,366$ 343,381$ 282,003$ 880,391$ 1,130,723$ 1,206,761$ Annual ActivityOMCI Tax Revenue8,777,798 8,777,798 - - - - - - - - Stormwater Operations(3,045,000) (3,136,350) - - - - - - - - OMCI Capital Projects(9,245,471) (17,444,369) (12,226,829) (9,510,463) (2,139,985) (61,378) 598,388 250,333 76,037 8,271 Subtotal: Annual Surplus / (Deficit) (3,512,673)           (11,802,922)       (12,226,829)       (9,510,463)         (2,139,985)         (61,378)                 598,388              250,333              76,037                8,271                  Ending Balance ‐ OMCI Funds36,023,580$ 24,220,658$ 11,993,830$ 2,483,366$ 343,381$ 282,003$ 880,391$ 1,130,723$ 1,206,761$ 1,215,031$ Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer DistrictCost of Service and Financial Planning ModelKey Scenario Results ‐ StormwaterFY 2015FY 2016FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021FY 2022FY 2023FY 2024Stormwater O&M Fund (5130)Beginning Balance ‐ Operating Funds 20,859,440              27,850,916         34,330,087            29,594,154            27,325,056            14,238,091              8,620,581              5,735,066              1,431,694           791,018              Annual ActivityRevenuesStormwater Service Tax (5₵ Tax)11,709,375              11,709,375         Stormwater Flat Fee Revenue1,368,464                1,382,149            ‐                                ‐                               ‐                                ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐                            ‐                           Miscellaneous Revenue 1,580,993                1,774,509           1,383,167               1,136,842              991,952                  675,490                   490,669                  338,947                  79,809                 39,463                 Subtotal: Revenues14,658,832 14,866,033 1,383,167 1,136,842 991,952 675,490 490,669 338,947 79,809 39,463 Operating ExpensesEngineering(1,700,989)$ (1,761,672)$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ Other Operations(5,966,367)$ (6,625,190)$ - - - - - - - - Subtotal: Operating Expenses (7,667,356)$            (8,386,862)$         ‐$                              ‐$                              ‐$                               ‐$                              ‐$                              ‐$                              ‐$                            ‐$                           Income before Capital 6,991,476$              6,479,171$          1,383,167$             1,136,842$             991,952$                675,490$                490,669$                338,947$                79,809$               39,463$               Revenue From Incremental Tax (1.2₵ Tax)‐$                               ‐$                            ‐$                              ‐$                              ‐$                               ‐$                              ‐$                              ‐$                              ‐$                            ‐$                           Capital Projects0                               0                           (5,119,101)             (2,405,940)             (13,078,917)          (5,293,000)               (3,376,183)             (4,642,319)             (720,486)             (767,158)             Infrastructure Repair‐                                 ‐                           (1,000,000)             (1,000,000)             (1,000,000)             (1,000,000)                ‐                               ‐                               ‐                            ‐                           Subtotal: Annual Surplus / (Deficit) 6,991,476$              6,479,171$          (4,735,934)$            (2,269,098)$           (13,086,964)$         (5,617,511)$            (2,885,515)$           (4,303,372)$           (640,676)$            (727,695)$            Ending Balance ‐ Operating Fund27,850,916$ 34,330,087$ 29,594,154$ 27,325,056$ 14,238,091$ 8,620,581$ 5,735,066$ 1,431,694$ 791,018$ 63,323$ Proposed District Wide Stormwater Fund (5120)Beginning Balance ‐ Operating Funds‐                                 ‐                            ‐                               6,105,854              8,386,146              11,063,704              11,001,213            13,625,581            18,466,229         21,033,987         Annual ActivityRevenuesStormwater Service Tax (8.8₵ Tax)‐                                 ‐                           21,654,899            21,763,174            21,871,989            21,981,349              22,091,256            22,201,713            22,312,721         22,424,285         Miscellaneous Revenue‐                                ‐                           ‐                               234,553                  304,433                  524,889                   626,170                  805,283                  1,029,391           1,049,356           Subtotal: Revenues- - 21,654,899 21,997,726 22,176,423 22,506,238 22,717,426 23,006,995 23,342,112 23,473,641 Operating ExpensesEngineering-$ -$ (1,109,198)$ (1,193,616)$ (1,197,389)$ (1,232,937)$ (1,268,225)$ (1,306,327)$ (1,345,488)$ (1,389,788)$ Other Operations- - (15,106,478)$ (17,941,313)$ (16,914,141)$ (17,491,747)$ (17,791,140)$ (18,290,249)$ (18,864,619)$ (19,378,763)$ Subtotal: Operating Expenses‐$                               ‐$                           (16,215,676)$         (19,134,929)$         (18,111,531)$         (18,724,683)$          (19,059,365)$         (19,596,576)$         (20,210,107)$      (20,768,551)$      Income before Capital‐$                           ‐$                      5,439,223$             2,862,798$             4,064,892$             3,781,555$              3,658,061$             3,410,420$             3,132,005$          2,705,089$          Revenue From Incremental Tax (1.2₵ Tax)‐$                               ‐$                           2,952,941$             2,967,705$             2,982,544$             2,997,457$              3,012,444$             3,027,506$             3,042,644$          3,057,857$          Capital Projects0                               0                           (1,286,310)             (1,550,211)             (2,369,878)             (4,841,502)               (4,046,138)             (1,597,278)             (3,606,891)         (1,961,643)         Infrastructure Repair(1,000,000)             (2,000,000)             (2,000,000)             (2,000,000)                ‐                               ‐                               ‐                            ‐                           Subtotal: Annual Surplus / (Deficit) 0$                             0$                          6,105,854$             2,280,292$             2,677,558$             (62,490)$                 2,624,367$             4,840,648$             2,567,758$          3,801,304$          Ending Balance ‐ Operating Fund0$ 0$ 6,105,854$ 8,386,146$ 11,063,704$ 11,001,213$ 13,625,581$ 18,466,229$ 21,033,987$ 24,835,291$ Stormwater Service Funds (Combined)Beginning Balance ‐ Operating Funds 20,859,440              27,850,916         34,330,087            35,700,008            35,711,202            25,301,795              19,621,794            19,360,647            19,897,922         21,825,005         Annual ActivityRevenuesStormwater Service Tax (8.8₵ Tax)11,709,375              11,709,375         21,654,899            21,763,174            21,871,989            21,981,349              22,091,256            22,201,713            22,312,721         22,424,285         Miscellaneous Revenue 1,580,993                1,774,509           1,383,167               1,371,395              1,296,386              1,200,379                1,116,839              1,144,229              1,109,200           1,088,819           Subtotal: Revenues14,658,832 14,866,033 23,038,066 23,134,568 23,168,375 23,181,728 23,208,095 23,345,942 23,421,921 23,513,103 Operating ExpensesEngineering(1,700,989) (1,761,672) (1,109,198) (1,193,616) (1,197,389) (1,232,937) (1,268,225) (1,306,327) (1,345,488) (1,389,788) Other Operations (5,966,367)              (6,625,190)            (15,106,478)             (17,941,313)            (16,914,141)            (17,491,747)            (17,791,140)            (18,290,249)            (18,864,619)         (19,378,763)         Subtotal: Operating Expenses (7,667,356)              (8,386,862)          (16,215,676)           (19,134,929)          (18,111,531)          (18,724,683)            (19,059,365)          (19,596,576)          (20,210,107)       (20,768,551)       Income before Capital 6,991,476                6,479,171           6,822,390               3,999,640              5,056,844              4,457,044                4,148,730              3,749,366              3,211,814           2,744,552           Revenue From Incremental Tax (1.2₵ Tax)‐                                 ‐                           2,952,941               2,967,705              2,982,544              2,997,457                3,012,444              3,027,506              3,042,644           3,057,857           Capital Projects0                               0                           (6,405,411)             (3,956,151)             (15,448,795)          (10,134,502)            (7,422,321)             (6,239,597)             (4,327,376)         (2,728,800)         Infrastructure Repair‐                                 ‐                           (2,000,000)             (3,000,000)             (3,000,000)             (3,000,000)                ‐                               ‐                               ‐                            ‐                           Subtotal: Annual Surplus / (Deficit) 6,991,476                6,479,171           1,369,920               11,194                    (10,409,407)          (5,680,001)               (261,147)                537,275                  1,927,082           3,073,609           Ending Balance ‐ Operating Fund27,850,916 34,330,087 35,700,008 35,711,202 25,301,795 19,621,794 19,360,647 19,897,922 21,825,005 24,898,614 Combined Ending Balance 27,850,916        34,330,087   35,700,008      35,711,202      25,301,795      19,621,794        19,360,647      19,897,922      21,825,004   24,898,613   Target Balance (240 Days O&M)10,514,792 13,674,885 15,607,263 14,994,852 15,459,738 15,742,756 16,160,201 16,629,115 17,096,519 17,618,446 Over / (Under) Target Balance17,336,124 20,655,202 20,092,745 20,716,350 9,842,057 3,879,039 3,200,446 3,268,808 4,728,485 7,280,167 Appendix 7.5.2 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.5: Stormwater Funding Title:   Detailed CIRP Project List    Supports:   CIRP Expenses  Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11593 BAXTER ROAD #273 AND #301 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 235 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS . 15,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.10380 BROGAN DALE CIRCLE STORM SEWERDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 370 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH RCP STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 70,000 FY17 StormwaterFLOODING OF THREE STRUCTURES AND RESTRICTION OF EMERGENCY ACCESS.11514CRESTWICK DRIVE #9733 AND 9741 STORM SEWER (SUNSET HILLS 11) CONSTRUCT 425 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 25,000 FY17 Stormwater BASEMENT FLOODING.11569 HARVEST HILL CT. BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 420 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 90,000 FY17 Stormwater MODERATE RISK EROSION TO STRUCTURES.10356 HEMPLINE COURT STORM SEWERDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 575 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES. 40,000 FY17 StormwaterPOOR YARD DRAINAGE CAUSING FREQUENT FLOODING OF WALK-OUT BASEMENT.10282MAINTENANCE YARD VEHICLE STORAGE BUILDINGS (MINTERT AND GRAND GLAIZE)CONSTRUCT NEW VEHICLE STORAGE BUILDINGS AT THE GRAND GLAIZE AND MINTERT CONSTRUCTION YARDS. 790,000 FY17 StormwaterADDITIONAL SEWER CLEANING VEHICLES ARE BEING ORDERED TO BE STORED AT THESE FACILITIES.11594 MARTYRIDGE CT. #4307 STORM SEWER (MGMB-170) CONSTRUCT 100 FEET OF 18-INCH RCP AND TWO STRUCTURES. 20,000 FY17 StormwaterHIGH RISK EROSION TO ONE MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURE, BASEMENT FLOODING AND YARD EROSION.11420 SAXONHALL DRIVE #10965 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 114 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER . 15,000 FY17 Stormwater STRUCTURE FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STORM SEWER.11511 SCHUETZ ROAD AND WILLOW BROOK COVE STORM SEWERS CONSTRUCT 410 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER AND 4 TRENCH DRAINS. 65,000 FY17 StormwaterSTREET FLOODING OF SCHUETZ ROAD AND BASEMENT FLOODING OF TWO HOMES.11033 STONE HILL DR 4701 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 20,000 FY17 Stormwater Frequent basement flooding from overland flow.11592 SUMMER LAKE DR. #15637 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 180 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 10,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD AND HOME FLOODING DUE TO OVERLAND FLOW.11532 SUMTER RIDGE CT. #1819 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 125 FEET OF 30-INCH STORM SEWER. 15,000 FY17 Stormwater INFREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11591 VENUS LN. - BRISTORL HALL CT. STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT A THREE WAY AREA INLET BEHIND 3199 VENUS AND PIPE TO EXISTING INLET, GRADING AREA TO DRAIN TO INLETS. 10,000 FY17 Stormwater OVERLAND FLOW CAUSING YARD FLOODING.10070 HALL STREET FROM RIVERVIEW TO GRAND STORM SEWERS,GRADED SHOULDERS AND CURBS, CLEAN AND REGRADE SWALES, AND INSTALL STORMWATER PUMPING STATIONS AS NEEDED. 2,000,000 FY17 Stormwater STREET FLOODING ALONG HALL STREET FROM RIVERVIEW TO GRAND.11647 HOFFMEISTER - REED - PARDELLA STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 890 FEET OF 27-INCH TO 42-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 140,000 FY17 StormwaterYARD FLOODING AND EROSION DUE TO LACK OF A STORM SEWER SYSTEM.11476 KENWOOD - JUNE CREEK BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 35 FEET OF 36-INCH DIAMTER STORM SEWER, AND 1,315 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL AND BANK STABILIZATION. 240,000 FY17 StormwaterMODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION ALONG A TRIBUTARY TO BADEN CREEK.11637 MAYWOOD-MYRON STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 70 FEET OF 24-INCH STORM SEWERS AND TRIPLE INLET. 10,000 FY17 Stormwater FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11641 PARDELLA #635 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,545 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 120,000 FY17 Stormwater FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11369 PARDELLA AVE. #712 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 590 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER. 50,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND PONDING.11940ROCK CREEK - GERMANIA TO LOUGHBOROUGH BANK STABILIZATIONRECONSTRUCT 485 FEET OF CHANNEL BANK WITH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT AND BIOSTABILIZATION. 110,000 FY17 Stormwater MODERATE BANK EROSION THREATENING TRAIL AND CEMETERY ROAD.11016 ROLAND BLVD STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 775 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 42-INCH STORM SEWER. 110,000 FY17 Stormwater Frequent structural flooding from overland flow (non-floodplain).11621 SCHAEFFER PLACE 2000 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 290 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP. 30,000 FY17 Stormwater ALLEY PONDING.11638 WINCHESTER DR. #7365 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 20 FEET OF 18-INCH STORM SEWER AND ONE INLET. 10,000 FY17 Stormwater BASEMENT FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STREET DRAIN.11026 WINCHESTER DRIVE 7120 BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 6-FOOT TO 9-FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL. 40,000 FY17 Stormwater Moderate risk structural erosion.11182BERKRIDGE DRIVE AND FROST AVENUE PHASE III STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 1,225 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER AND 565 FEET OF 7 X 3 REINFORCED CONCRETE BOX. 640,000 FY17 StormwaterMISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURE FLOODING, YARD FLOODING, AND STREET FLOODING.10540 BROWN ROAD TO EMINENCE BLVD. STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 1,985 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER. 325,000 FY17 Stormwater BASEMENT, STREET, AND YARD FLOODING.10359 BUSIEK AVE. #8044 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 285 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 125,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD PONDING AND EROSION.11036 EVERMAN-TENNYSON STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 670 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER 210,000 FY17 Stormwater Overland flooding of 2 commercial buildings11159 FOX RUN DRIVE #1360 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 85 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 50,000 FY17 Stormwater REAR YARD PONDING.10362 FROSTWOOD PARK STREAMBANK STABILIZATIONDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 65 FEET OF 7-FOOT HIGH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT ON THE NORTH CHANNEL BANK ALONG FROSTWOOD PARK. 90,000 FY17 Stormwater EROSION IN CHANNEL ADJACENT TO FROSTWOOD PARK.12535 LAKE VALLEY DR STORM SEWER REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT 55 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER AND 10 FEET OF CMP. 45,000 FY17 Stormwater EXISTING SEWER IS DETERIORATED, CAUSING CAVE-INS. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description10388 MALLARD LANE & PHEASANT DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 715 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER. 250,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD AND STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11662 MCNULTY - PALLARDY I/I REDUCTION REHABILITATION OF SEWERS TO REMOVE EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION. 1,300,000 FY17 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW/INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11093 NORINE CT. #23 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 135 FEET OF 18-INCH STORM SEWER, ONE BIORETENTION FACILITY AND APPURTENANCES. 110,000 FY17 Stormwater Yard flooding.11119 ROGERS LANE #975 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 180 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 40,000 FY17 Stormwater FLOODING OF SIDE AND REAR YARD.11078 ST. EDMUND #10728 - 10732 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 275 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 80,000 FY17 Stormwater Yard and garage flooding.11039 STANSBERRY AVE #9262 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 545 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 42-INCH RCP STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 250,000 FY17 Stormwater Infrequent structural flooding from overland flow (non-floodplain).11183 WILLIAMS BLVD - ANISTASIA DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,050 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 190,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.10350 STONINGTON - GEORGIAN ACRES STORM SEWER,STORM SEWER, 295 FEET OF 8-INCH AND 12-INCH DIP SANITARY SEWER, AND APPURTENANCES, AND 12 RAIN GARDENS. 370,000 FY17 Stormwater STREET AND YARD FLOODING ALONG GEORGIAN ACRES.11682 BALLAS ROAD SUBTRUNK SOUTH I/I REDUCTION REMOVAL OF PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 415,000 FY17 Wastewater,OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS, AND ACTIVATING A CONSTRUCTED SSO.11883 BLACK CREEK SANITARY SEWER AND I/I REDUCTIONREMOVE EXCESSIVE I/I FROM THE PUBLIC SEWER BY CONSTRUCTING 1,100 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND BY REMOVING PRIVATE DEFECTS. 690,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11735 DELCREST SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-565) I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT 440 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS AND REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 690,000 FY17 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.11196 PICARDY LANE SUBDIVISION BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 9-FOOT HIGH ROCK BLOCK WALL, 150 FEET OF ROCK TOE PROTECTION AND TWO GRADE CONTROL STRUCTURES. 297,000 FY17 Stormwater CREEK EROSION.11069 ROCK HILL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-618) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 100,000 FY17 Wastewater SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS AND BUILDING BACKUPS.11222 TEALWOOD DRIVE AND BEAVER DRIVE BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 290 FEET OF ROCK BLOCK WALL, 170 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL, AND 55 FEET OF HEAVY STONE REVETMENT. 357,000 FY17 Stormwater HIGH RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION.11364 ALTHEA - ASTER STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,090 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 390,000 FY17 Stormwater STRUCTURE AND YARD FLOODING.10006 LEE AVE. #337 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 1,110 FEET OF 12-INCH DIAMETER TO 34-INCH BY 53-INCH HORIZONTAL ELLIPTICAL PIPE, FROM ROSE LANE TO LEE AVENUE. 323,000 FY17 Stormwater FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STORM SEWER SYSTEM.10329 PARK AVENUE STORM IMPROVEMENTS,CURBING AND APPURTENANCES, AND APPROXIMATELY 90 FEET OF 13 FOOT WIDE REINFORCED CONCRETE CHANNEL. 279,000 FY17 Stormwater STREET AND YARD FLOODING ALONG PARK AVENUE.11338 RALEIGH DRIVE #8829 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 670 FEET OF 30-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS . 230,000 FY17 StormwaterBASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING CAUSED BY OVERCHARGED STORM LINE.11360 REDLAND DR. - TAHQUITZ DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 415 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 48,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11350 WHITEHAVEN AND RALEIGH STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 305 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 169,000 FY17 Stormwater DAMAGE TO PROPERTY DUE TO FLOODING.11362 WINTERGREEN 3503 AND 3507 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 115 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 50,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.10241 EMERLING - EVANS DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS$,DESIGN OF THIS PROJECT IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR POSSIBLE FUTURE STATE STORMWATER FUNDING. 625,000 FY17 StormwaterFLOODING OF PROPERTIES ON EVANS AVENUE AND YARD EROSION OF PROPERTIES ON EMERLING.10210 CORONA PARK STORM SEWER PHASE 2B CONSTRUCT 1,240 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS. 70,000 FY17 Stormwater YARD AND STREET FLOODING.11299 DICKENS AVENUE #470 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 100 FEET OF 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS . 6,200 FY17 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11331 MONROE WEST AVENUE BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 175 FEET OF ROCK BLOCK TOE ALONG SOUTH STREAMBANK, AND INSTALL 170 SY OF BIOSTABILIZATION. 11,000 FY17 Stormwater CREEK BANK EROSION.11059 SENECA PRIVATE I/I REDUCTIONCONSTRUCT 5,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER AND REMOVE PRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION FROM 156 PROPERTIES. 3,500,000 FY17 WastewaterINFLOW AND INFILTRATION FROM PRIVATE SOURCES CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11617 BARHAM DOWN DR. 700 BLOCK STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 505 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWERS. 55,000 FY18 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING.11392 BARKMAN STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 200 FEET OF 12-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS . 15,000 FY18 Stormwater MINOR STREET AND YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11496 BELLINGTON LANE #149 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 42-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS . 35,000 FY18 Stormwater EROSION ALONG DRAINAGE CHANNEL.11492 BOOTHBAY CT. #12301-12302 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 95 FEET OF 21-INCH STORM SEWER . 10,000 FY18 StormwaterINADEQUATE STORM SEWERS ARE CAUSING STREET FLOODING AND EROSION.11613 BRADBURY DR. #5468 STORM SEWERREPLACE EXISTING STORM SYSTEM WITH 610 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS. 50,000 FY18 StormwaterINADEQUATE STORM SEWER SYSTEM CAUSES FREQUENT FLOODING OF TWO HOMES. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11509 CLIFF DRIVE #61 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 275 LF OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 20,000 FY18 Stormwater GARAGE AND YARD FLOODING DUE TO OVERLAND FLOW.11587 CRAIG ROAD #1485 STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 365 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND 20 FEET OF DIP SANITARY SEWER, . 25,000 FY18 Stormwater GARAGE AND YARD FLOODING, AND EROSION.11510 CRESTWICK DR. #9901-9915 STORM SEWERREMOVE 165 LF OF EXISTING STORM SEWER ANDCONSTRUCT 540 LF OF 12" TO 30" RCP STORM SEWER 40,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD, GARAGE AND BASEMENT FLOODING AND YARD EROSION.11447 DIPLOMAT LANE OUTFALL STABILIZATIONRECONSTRUCT OUTFALL PIPE, STABILIZE STREAM BANK, AND PERFORM PREVENTATIVE CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS. 85,000 FY18 Stormwater BANK FAILURES/EROSION AT OUTFALL.11541 FRONT STREET AND MARSHALL RD. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 880 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER. 145,000 FY18 StormwaterINADEQUATE AND DETERIORATED STORM SYSTEM CAUSES PONDING ON MARSHALL ROAD AT FRONT STREET.11426 GLENN DRIVE #128 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 45,000 FY18 Stormwater STRUCTURE AND YARD FLOODING.11589 HICKORY TREE LN. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 360 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWER , ABANDONING 85 FEET OF CMP. 25,000 FY18 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING, AND YARD EROSION.11608 HUNTER'S GLEN CT. #305 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 20,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING.11397 LADUE FARM RAOD #125 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 370 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER . 25,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11488 MAR ANN CT. #9819 STORM IMPROVEMENT CONSTRUCT 410 FEET OF 21-INCH STORM SEWER . 30,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND INFREQUENT BASEMENT FLOODING.11489 MARMONT COURT#339 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 133 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 10,000 FY18 Stormwater EROSION.11487 REMINGTON OAKS - SAN LUIS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 160 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 15,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD EROSION AND RUNOFF.11445 ROANNA LANE #10620 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 120 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER . 15,000 FY18 Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING AT 10620 ROANNA LANE.11424 SCOTT AVE #1213 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 245 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 20,000 FY18 Stormwater PONDING IN YARD11395 SUMMERHAVEN DRIVE #11656 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 440 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER . 25,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11080 THORNHILL DR #13333 BANK STABILIZATION Construct heavy stone revetment and geotextile fabric bank stabilization on south/west side of creek. 30,000 FY18 Stormwater Creek bank erosion.11407 TINA TERRACE DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 270 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 15,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11604 VILLAGE MEAD DR. #294 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 60 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 10,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11622 VON TALGE RD.- HAVERLEIGH TERRACE BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 475 FEET OF 14 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL. 150,000 FY18 Stormwater CREEK EROSION THREATENING FOUR STRUCTURES.11618 WHITNEY POINTE DR. #2210 CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 130 FEET OF 8 FOOT HIGH ROCK BLOCK WALL AND 310 CY OF HEAVY STONE REVETMENT. 50,000 FY18 Stormwater HIGH RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION DUE TO CHANNEL INCISION.11046 WOODLAKE VILLAGE 1009 BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 30,000 FY18 Stormwater Creek bank erosion.11501 BELDON DRIVE STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT SEPARATE STORM SYSTEM FROM GRATED INLET AT 5712 BELDON TO END OF CUL-DE-SAC, AND DOWNSTREAM TO CONNECT TO EXISTING STORM SYSTEM. 60,000 FY18 StormwaterYARD FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STORM SEWER/COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.11606 CHAMBERS RD. TO NORTHGATE DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 70,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11639 FAIRCHILD #6816 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 340 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER. 30,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.10172 GRAND & HARRISON STORM IMPROVEMENTS,STORM SEWER, 145 FEET OF 10 FOOT WIDE ROCK LINED TRAPEZOIDAL CHANNEL, AND APPUTENANCES. 420,000 FY18 StormwaterFLOODING OF RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES AND STREET FLOODING.11954 HANCOCK AVENUE 5600 BLOCK STORM SEWERINSTALL 115-LF OF STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES TO ALLEVIATE GARAGE FLOODING AT 5610 HANCOCK AVENUE. 20,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD AND GARAGE FLOODING.11419 LALITE #6145 - 6151 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 535 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 50,000 FY18 Stormwater OVERLAND YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING.11520 MIDRIDGE DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 560 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWERS. 50,000 FY18 Stormwater EROSION AND YARD FLOODING DUE TO SURFACE FLOWS.11409 PAISLEY-ROSLYN-GAYLORD STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 105 FEET OF 21-INCH, 675 FEET OF 18-INCH, AND 200 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER, . 60,000 FY18 StormwaterOVERLAND FLOODING OF DRIVEWAY AND BASEMENT AT 7001 PAISLEY DURING MODERATE AND HEAVY RAIN EVENTS.11542 PARKWOOD DRIVE #8132 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 240 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 30,000 FY18 Stormwater GARAGE AND YARD FLOODING.11550 WINCHESTER DRIVE BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 930 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 170,000 FY18 Stormwater STRUCTURAL EROSION. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11477 WISE AND WEST PARK STORM IMPROVEMENT CONSTRUCT 290 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS. 35,000 FY18Stormwater YARD PONDING AND STREET FLOODING.12430AVIGNON CT & BEAUCAIRE DR STORM SEWER (WARSON WOODS 3 - 04 05 06) CONSTRUCT 765 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 170,000 FY18 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING.11884 CEDARCREST PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION (SKME-561)REMOVE PRIVATE I/I FROM PUBLIC SEWER BY CORRECTING IMPROPER CONNECTIONS ON 300 PROPERTIES. 850,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS.10167 CHARLANE & HILLCHESTER STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER. 240,000 FY18 StormwaterYARD FLOODING AND YARD SUBSIDENCE DUE TO SINKHOLE AT 1244 CHARLANE COURT.10289 LINDEN #1064 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 1,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 72-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 836,000 FY18 StormwaterBASEMENT FLOODING IN THE 1000 BLOCKS OF EAST LINDEN AVENUE AND TERRACE DRIVE.11680 ROXBURY I/I REDUCTION REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. 657,000 FY18 WastewaterEXCESSIVE INFLOW/INFILTRATION RESULTING IN BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS.11678WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY REHABILITATION AND I/I REDUCTION PHASE IVREMOVE EXCESSIVE I/I FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SOURCES THROUGH SEWER REHABILITATION AND OTHER METHODS. 1,300,000 FY18 WastewaterBUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS.10172 GRAND & HARRISON STORM IMPROVEMENTS,STORM SEWER, 145 FEET OF 10 FOOT WIDE ROCK LINED TRAPEZOIDAL CHANNEL, AND APPUTENANCES. 1,000,000 FY18 StormwaterFLOODING OF RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES AND STREET FLOODING.11266 HOLDEN AND LONGWOOD STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 490 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 36,000 FY18 StormwaterBASEMENT AND STREET FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE ROADWAY DRAINAGE.11024 HOLDEN AVE TO ETA AVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 855 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 48,000 FY18 Stormwater Yard flooding.11274 ABSTON AND AIRPORT STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,050 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER . 215,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11251 DOANE DRIVE #1719 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 290 FEET OF DRAINAGE SWALE, 290 FEET OF CONCRETE BLOCK WALL, AND 20 FEET OF 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 130,000 FY18 Stormwater FREQUENT BASEMENT FLOODING.10383 EARL DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 650 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 210,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11160 EDGEHILL DRIVE #1021 - 1029 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 40 FEET OF DRAINAGE SWALE AND 345 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 80,000 FY18 Stormwater YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING.10020 HUDSON RD. #1401 - #1405 BANK STABILIZATION (MCDW-120)CONSTRUCT 280 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL, 365 FEET OF BIOSTABILIZED BANK, AND 55 FEET OF HEAVY STONE REVETMENT. 680,000 FY18 StormwaterSTREAM BANK EROSION ALONG DELLWOOOD CREEK IN THE REAR YARDS OF RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES AT 1401 AND 1405 HUDSON ROAD.10009 JETT DRIVE #10129 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 325 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 120,000 FY18 Stormwater BASEMENT FLOODING.11290 MARKDALE DR. #8571 AND 8575 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 220 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 90,000 FY18 Stormwater BASEMENT FLOODING.10347 ROSEWOOD LANE & WOODARD DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,835 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 33-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 660,000 FY18 StormwaterSTREET AND YARD FLOODING AT RESIDENCES ALONG ROSEWOOD LANE AND WOODARD DRIVE.10595 FAIRVIEW AVE. #1250 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 825 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS. 50,000 FY18 StormwaterLOCALIZED PONDING IN BACKYARD.10372 JACOBS OLD COAL ROAD & NOTTINGHAM STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 40,000 FY18 Stormwater INFREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.10035 BIG BEND TO PAPIN STORM SEWER PHASE I CONSTRUCT 1,915 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES. 690,000 FY18 Stormwater PROPERTY DAMAGE DUE TO BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING.10302 COTTAGE #206 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 4-F00T WIDE TRAPEZOIDAL CHANNEL. 330,000 FY18 Stormwater CREEK EROSION ALONG EXISTING IMPROVED CHANNEL.11593 BAXTER ROAD #273 AND #301 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 235 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS . 45,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11416 BOXFORD COURT BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 10-FOOT HIGH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT STABILIZATION. 45,000 FY19 Stormwater CREEK EROSION THREATENING STRUCTURES.10380 BROGAN DALE CIRCLE STORM SEWERDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 370 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH RCP STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 200,000 FY19 StormwaterFLOODING OF THREE STRUCTURES AND RESTRICTION OF EMERGENCY ACCESS.11600BROOKVALE TERRACE - PARKFIELD TERRACE STORM IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 725 FEET OF 60-INCH TO 72-INCH STORM SEWER , AND 280 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 235,000 FY19 Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW AND YARD FLOODING.11623 BRUNSTON DR. #4875 BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 120 FEET OF 12 FOOT MODULAR BLOCK RETAINING WALL. 55,000 FY19 Stormwater MODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION.11391 CHANDELLAY DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 280 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 20,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11514CRESTWICK DRIVE #9733 AND 9741 STORM SEWER (SUNSET HILLS 11) CONSTRUCT 425 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 75,000 FY19 Stormwater BASEMENT FLOODING.11579 GEREMMA AND WHITE TREE CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 1,035 FEET OF CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS. 75,000 FY19 Stormwater FLOODING FROM THE 10 YEAR STORM EVENT AT 278 GEREMMA DRIVE.11611 GRAND GLEN DR. #702 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 370 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 25,000 FY19 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11569 HARVEST HILL CT. BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 420 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 260,000 FY19 Stormwater MODERATE RISK EROSION TO STRUCTURES.11428 HELTA DRIVE 11800 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 105 FEET OF 18-INCH STORM SEWER , AND INSTALL CIPP IN 190 FEET OF 18-INCH PIPE. 20,000 FY19 StormwaterEXISTING STORM SEWER OUTFALL IS DETERIORATED, WITH FREQUENT CAVE INS ALONG SHALLOW PIPE, AND YARD EROSION.10356 HEMPLINE COURT STORM SEWERDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 575 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES. 120,000 FY19 StormwaterPOOR YARD DRAINAGE CAUSING FREQUENT FLOODING OF WALK-OUT BASEMENT.11432LARKWOOD - JAYWOOD - SPARROWWOOD BANK STABILIZATION (CRE-07)CONSTRUCT 385 FEET OF 14 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL AND 70 FEET OF 16 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL. 150,000 FY19 StormwaterCREEK EROSION BETWEEN SPARROWWOOD AND JAYWOOD, AND BEHIND HYANNIS DR. BETWEEN ROSS AVE. AND HYANNIS DR.11594 MARTYRIDGE CT. #4307 STORM SEWER (MGMB-170) CONSTRUCT 100 FEET OF 18-INCH RCP AND TWO STRUCTURES. 50,000 FY19 StormwaterHIGH RISK EROSION TO ONE MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURE, BASEMENT FLOODING AND YARD EROSION.11389 NOTTINGHAM - MAYFAIR STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 345 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER . 20,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11573 SAPPINGTON RD. AND SAPPHIRE RIDGE CT. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 690 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER. 70,000 FY19 Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11420 SAXONHALL DRIVE #10965 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 114 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER . 35,000 FY19 Stormwater STRUCTURE FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STORM SEWER.11511 SCHUETZ ROAD AND WILLOW BROOK COVE STORM SEWERS CONSTRUCT 410 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER AND 4 TRENCH DRAINS. 185,000 FY19 StormwaterSTREET FLOODING OF SCHUETZ ROAD AND BASEMENT FLOODING OF TWO HOMES.10336 SNELSON DRIVE STORM SEWERDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 35,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11033 STONE HILL DR 4701 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 55,000 FY19 Stormwater Frequent basement flooding from overland flow.11592 SUMMER LAKE DR. #15637 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 180 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 25,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD AND HOME FLOODING DUE TO OVERLAND FLOW.11532 SUMTER RIDGE CT. #1819 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 125 FEET OF 30-INCH STORM SEWER. 40,000 FY19 Stormwater INFREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11591 VENUS LN. - BRISTORL HALL CT. STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT A THREE WAY AREA INLET BEHIND 3199 VENUS AND PIPE TO EXISTING INLET, GRADING AREA TO DRAIN TO INLETS. 25,000 FY19 Stormwater OVERLAND FLOW CAUSING YARD FLOODING.10391 CARL AVE. & AVIS ST. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 265 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 30,000 FY19 Stormwater STRUCTURE AND YARD FLOODING.11318 DELMONT AVE. #7628 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 390 FEET OF 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 50,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11418DRURY - SWITZER STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 550 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER . 35,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD EROSION AND FLOODING, AND OVERLAND FLOODING OF HOMES.11474 GLEASON #656 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 20,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.10070 HALL STREET FROM RIVERVIEW TO GRAND STORM SEWERS,GRADED SHOULDERS AND CURBS, CLEAN AND REGRADE SWALES, AND INSTALL STORMWATER PUMPING STATIONS AS NEEDED. 8,000,000 FY19 Stormwater STREET FLOODING ALONG HALL STREET FROM RIVERVIEW TO GRAND.11647 HOFFMEISTER - REED - PARDELLA STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 890 FEET OF 27-INCH TO 42-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 400,000 FY19 StormwaterYARD FLOODING AND EROSION DUE TO LACK OF A STORM SEWER SYSTEM.11476 KENWOOD - JUNE CREEK BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 35 FEET OF 36-INCH DIAMTER STORM SEWER, AND 1,315 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL AND BANK STABILIZATION. 720,000 FY19 StormwaterMODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION ALONG A TRIBUTARY TO BADEN CREEK.11522 LOUISIANA AND HOLLY HILLS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 235 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 30,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11637 MAYWOOD-MYRON STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 70 FEET OF 24-INCH STORM SEWERS AND TRIPLE INLET. 40,000 FY19 Stormwater FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11641 PARDELLA #635 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,545 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 340,000 FY19 Stormwater FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11369 PARDELLA AVE. #712 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 590 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER. 140,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND PONDING.11506 RAFORD CT. STORM SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 370 FEET OF 18-INCH RCP TO SEPARATE THE STORM AND SANITARY SYSTEMS. 40,000 FY19 WastewaterSTORMWATER OVERLOADS THE 12" VCP COMBINED SEWER AND CAUSES WBU'S IN SEVERAL DUPLEX BUILDINGS.11940ROCK CREEK - GERMANIA TO LOUGHBOROUGH BANK STABILIZATIONRECONSTRUCT 485 FEET OF CHANNEL BANK WITH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT AND BIOSTABILIZATION. 320,000 FY19 Stormwater MODERATE BANK EROSION THREATENING TRAIL AND CEMETERY ROAD.11016 ROLAND BLVD STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 775 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 42-INCH STORM SEWER. 320,000 FY19 Stormwater Frequent structural flooding from overland flow (non-floodplain).11482 SAN BERNADINO AVENUE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 275 FEET OF 12-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER , INCLUDING CURBING. 15,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11621 SCHAEFFER PLACE 2000 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 290 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP. 80,000 FY19 Stormwater ALLEY PONDING.11285 STANWOOD DR. AND BELWOOD DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,765 LF OF 12 INCH TO 30 INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 210,000 FY19 Stormwater BASEMENT AND STREET FLOODING. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11442 STANWOOD DRIVE BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 175 FEET OF 10 TO 14 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL . 60,000 FY19 Stormwater CHANNEL EROSION.11042 TIEMANN AVE 4600 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 770 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 70,000 FY19 Stormwater Frequent structural flooding.10366 UNION ROAD 100 BLOCK STORM IMPROVEMENTSDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 1,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES, AND APPROXIMATELY 900 FEET OF CULVERTS. 110,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND ROAD PONDING.11430 WILBORN DRIVE #5361 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 160 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 15,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AT 5361 WILSON.11638 WINCHESTER DR. #7365 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 20 FEET OF 18-INCH STORM SEWER AND ONE INLET. 20,000 FY19 Stormwater BASEMENT FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STREET DRAIN.11026 WINCHESTER DRIVE 7120 BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 6-FOOT TO 9-FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL. 100,000 FY19 Stormwater Moderate risk structural erosion.11620 WINDSOR PLACE #3640 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 240 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 30,000 FY19 Stormwater STREET PONDING AND STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11171 MEAUX MART - GRAY STORM CHANNEL CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 6 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL, AND GRADE CONTROLS. 140,000 FY19 Stormwater STREAMBANK EROSION.11174 ORCHARD - MASON - JOY STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,250 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 42-INCH STORM SEWER and 50 feet of 4' x 3' RCBC. 960,000 FY19 StormwaterDAMAGE TO PROPERTY DUE TO FLOODING FROM INADEQUATE STORM SEWER.11239STEEPLECHASE STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS (FRONTENAC 3-3)CONSTRUCT 900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER, ONE BIORETENTION CELL, AND APPURTENANCES. 215,000 FY19Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11224 TIMBER TRAIL - BRIAR RIDGE CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 130 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL, 100 FEET OF ROCK BLOCK WALL, AND 140 FEET OF COMBINATION SLOPE PROTECTION. 249,000 FY19 Stormwater MODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION.10210 CORONA PARK STORM SEWER PHASE 2B CONSTRUCT 1,240 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS. 280,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD AND STREET FLOODING.11299 DICKENS AVENUE #470 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 100 FEET OF 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS . 24,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11331 MONROE WEST AVENUE BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 175 FEET OF ROCK BLOCK TOE ALONG SOUTH STREAMBANK, AND INSTALL 170 SY OF BIOSTABILIZATION. 44,000 FY19 Stormwater CREEK BANK EROSION.10209 CHERRY TREE LANE STORM IMPROVEMENT,,DIAMETER CMP CULVERT, AND 370 FEET OF 4 FOOT WIDE BY 1.5 FOOT HIGH CONCRETE BOX CULVERT. 660,000 FY19 Stormwater INADEQUATE STORM SEWER SYSTEM11303 IVELAND DR. #9832 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 110 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 25,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD RUNOFF AND PONDING.11304 LACKLAND RD. - UCEYLE AVE. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 760 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 130,000 FY19 StormwaterBASEMENT FLOODING AT 1900 KORANDO DUE TO INADEQUATE STORM SEWER SYSTEM.11306 LIBERTY AVE. 10000 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 820 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER. 220,000 FY19 StormwaterINADEQUATE ROAD DRAINAGE AND INADEQUATE PARKING LOT DRAINAGE.11450 MIRIAM AND BURNS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 455 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 105,000 FY19 Stormwater YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING.11617 BARHAM DOWN DR. 700 BLOCK STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 505 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWERS. 155,000 FY20 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING.11392 BARKMAN STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 200 FEET OF 12-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS . 40,000 FY20 Stormwater MINOR STREET AND YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11496 BELLINGTON LANE #149 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 42-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS . 105,000 FY20 Stormwater EROSION ALONG DRAINAGE CHANNEL.11492 BOOTHBAY CT. #12301-12302 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 95 FEET OF 21-INCH STORM SEWER . 25,000 FY20 StormwaterINADEQUATE STORM SEWERS ARE CAUSING STREET FLOODING AND EROSION.11613 BRADBURY DR. #5468 STORM SEWERREPLACE EXISTING STORM SYSTEM WITH 610 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS. 140,000 FY20 StormwaterINADEQUATE STORM SEWER SYSTEM CAUSES FREQUENT FLOODING OF TWO HOMES.11509 CLIFF DRIVE #61 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 275 LF OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 60,000 FY20 Stormwater GARAGE AND YARD FLOODING DUE TO OVERLAND FLOW.11587 CRAIG ROAD #1485 STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 365 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND 20 FEET OF DIP SANITARY SEWER, . 65,000 FY20 Stormwater GARAGE AND YARD FLOODING, AND EROSION.11510 CRESTWICK DR. #9901-9915 STORM SEWERREMOVE 165 LF OF EXISTING STORM SEWER ANDCONSTRUCT 540 LF OF 12" TO 30" RCP STORM SEWER 120,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD, GARAGE AND BASEMENT FLOODING AND YARD EROSION.11535 DEKAMAY DRIVE STORM SEWER (MGJB-130) CONSTRUCT 985 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER. 70,000 FY20 StormwaterFREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11447 DIPLOMAT LANE OUTFALL STABILIZATIONRECONSTRUCT OUTFALL PIPE, STABILIZE STREAM BANK, AND PERFORM PREVENTATIVE CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS. 250,000 FY20 Stormwater BANK FAILURES/EROSION AT OUTFALL.11541 FRONT STREET AND MARSHALL RD. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 880 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER. 425,000 FY20 StormwaterINADEQUATE AND DETERIORATED STORM SYSTEM CAUSES PONDING ON MARSHALL ROAD AT FRONT STREET.11558 GENTLE COURT CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT (WILL-06)CONSTRUCT 90 FEET OF 7 FOOT HIGH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT, AND GRADE CONTROL STRUCTURE. 25,000 FY20 Stormwater CREEK EROSION NEAR #39 AND #40 GENTLE COURT. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11426 GLENN DRIVE #128 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 135,000 FY20 Stormwater STRUCTURE AND YARD FLOODING.11030 GUENEVERE DR - ROTHERHAM DR STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 215 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 15,000 FY20 Stormwater Yard flooding.11589 HICKORY TREE LN. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 360 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWER , ABANDONING 85 FEET OF CMP. 70,000 FY20 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING, AND YARD EROSION.11608 HUNTER'S GLEN CT. #305 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 55,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING.11438 KENNEY DR.- BOUNDARY RD. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 435 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 30,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11397 LADUE FARM RAOD #125 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 370 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER . 65,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11544 LARKIN LN. #8 STORM IMPROVEMENTS (ME-260) CONSTRUCT 265 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER, AND 1 RAINGARDEN. 25,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11488 MAR ANN CT. #9819 STORM IMPROVEMENT CONSTRUCT 410 FEET OF 21-INCH STORM SEWER . 85,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND INFREQUENT BASEMENT FLOODING.11489 MARMONT COURT#339 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 133 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 25,000 FY20 Stormwater EROSION.11585MARTIGNEY CREEK - SUNRISE HEIGHTS TO TELEGRAPH PLAZA STREAMBANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 650 FEET OF COMPOSITE REVETMENT, 150 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL, AND 10 FEET OF GRADE CONTROL ON A 20 FOOT WIDE SECTION OF THE CREEK. 155,000 FY20 Stormwater CREEK EROSION AND FLOODING IN YARDS AND COMMON GROUND.11481MARTIGNEY CREEK STREAMBANK STABILIZATION - FAIRWICK AND GOLDEN VALLEY BANK STABILIZATION (MGMB-150) CONSTRUCT 850 FEET OF STREAMBANK PROTECTION. 205,000 FY20 Stormwater HIGH RISK EROSION TO EIGHT MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES.11536 NOTTINGHAM ESTATES DR. #5217 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 15,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11487 REMINGTON OAKS - SAN LUIS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 160 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 35,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD EROSION AND RUNOFF.11630 REYNOSIA - MELITTA STREAMBANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 340 FEET OF 14-FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK RETAINING WALL. 105,000 FY20 Stormwater MODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION AT FOUR HOMES.11445 ROANNA LANE #10620 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 120 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER . 45,000 FY20 Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING AT 10620 ROANNA LANE.11424 SCOTT AVE #1213 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 245 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 50,000 FY20 Stormwater PONDING IN YARD11395 SUMMERHAVEN DRIVE #11656 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 440 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER . 75,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11080 THORNHILL DR #13333 BANK STABILIZATION Construct heavy stone revetment and geotextile fabric bank stabilization on south/west side of creek. 80,000 FY20 Stormwater Creek bank erosion.11407 TINA TERRACE DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 270 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 45,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11604 VILLAGE MEAD DR. #294 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 60 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 20,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11622 VON TALGE RD.- HAVERLEIGH TERRACE BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 475 FEET OF 14 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL. 445,000 FY20 Stormwater CREEK EROSION THREATENING FOUR STRUCTURES.11396 WEATHERBY DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 570 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS . 30,000 FY20 StormwaterROADWAY FLOODING ON CRIMSON, AND YARD FLOODING/EROSION AT 1401,1407, AND 1415 WEATHERBY, AND 1101 CRIMSON.11618 WHITNEY POINTE DR. #2210 CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 130 FEET OF 8 FOOT HIGH ROCK BLOCK WALL AND 310 CY OF HEAVY STONE REVETMENT. 140,000 FY20 Stormwater HIGH RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION DUE TO CHANNEL INCISION.11046 WOODLAKE VILLAGE 1009 BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 80,000 FY20 Stormwater Creek bank erosion.11494 BARTOLET TO PAULE AVE. STORM SEWER REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 36-INCH STORM SEWER, REPLACING 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWERS. 130,000 FY20 StormwaterUNDERSIZED PIPES ARE CAUSING BASEMENT AND GARAGE FLOODING, AND STREET FLOODING ALONG PAULE.11501 BELDON DRIVE STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT SEPARATE STORM SYSTEM FROM GRATED INLET AT 5712 BELDON TO END OF CUL-DE-SAC, AND DOWNSTREAM TO CONNECT TO EXISTING STORM SYSTEM. 170,000 FY20 StormwaterYARD FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE STORM SEWER/COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM.11408 BROADHEAD #921 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 235 FEET OF 30-INCH STORM SEWER . 30,000 FY20 Stormwater CHANNEL EROSION AT END OF 30-INCH CMP.11606 CHAMBERS RD. TO NORTHGATE DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 220,000 FY20Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11639 FAIRCHILD #6816 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 340 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH STORM SEWER. 70,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11954 HANCOCK AVENUE 5600 BLOCK STORM SEWERINSTALL 115-LF OF STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES TO ALLEVIATE GARAGE FLOODING AT 5610 HANCOCK AVENUE. 40,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD AND GARAGE FLOODING.11646 HORN AVE. AND WACHTEL AVE. BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 210 FEET OF 4 FOOT HIGH CONCRETE WALL AND BUYOUT OF ONE HOME AT 420 HORN. 50,000 FY20 StormwaterMODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION AND FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11545 KAYSER AVE. - WALLER AVE. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 810 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 80,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD AND STREET FLOODING.11419 LALITE #6145 - 6151 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 535 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 130,000 FY20 Stormwater OVERLAND YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING.11530 LARIMORE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 4,860 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 54-INCH STORM SEWER AND CULVERTS. 460,000 FY20 Stormwater FREQUENT ROADWAY, STRUCTURAL, AND YARD FLOODING.11503 MAIN STREET 2500 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 280 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 20,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11520 MIDRIDGE DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 560 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWERS. 140,000 FY20 Stormwater EROSION AND YARD FLOODING DUE TO SURFACE FLOWS.11614 MILITARY AND WEISS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER. 40,000 FY20 Stormwater FLOODING FROM INADEQUATE ROAD DRAINAGE.11507 MINNIE AVE. TO GREEN HAVEN STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 390 FEET OF 12 INCH TO 18 INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER FROM MINNIE AVE TO GREEN HAVEN DR. 40,000 FY20 Stormwater STREET PONDING IN FRONT OF 7033 MINNIE AVENUE.11431 MUELLER COURT STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 550 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 35,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11263 OAKSHIRE LN. TO GEYER RD. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,940 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER. 160,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11598 ORCHARD AND WINDSOR LANE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 830 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER, 20 FEET OF 8-INCH DIP, . 70,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD AND GARAGE FLOODING.11409 PAISLEY-ROSLYN-GAYLORD STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 105 FEET OF 21-INCH, 675 FEET OF 18-INCH, AND 200 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER, . 180,000 FY20 StormwaterOVERLAND FLOODING OF DRIVEWAY AND BASEMENT AT 7001 PAISLEY DURING MODERATE AND HEAVY RAIN EVENTS.11542 PARKWOOD DRIVE #8132 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 240 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 80,000 FY20 Stormwater GARAGE AND YARD FLOODING.11643 TIEMAN AND KAMMERER STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 480 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 50,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD AND ALLEY FLOODING.11433 WACHTEL AVENUE 1200 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 390 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER . 35,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE ROADWAY DRAINAGE.11550 WINCHESTER DRIVE BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 930 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 490,000 FY20 Stormwater STRUCTURAL EROSION.11477 WISE AND WEST PARK STORM IMPROVEMENT CONSTRUCT 290 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWERS. 100,000 FY20 Stormwater YARD PONDING AND STREET FLOODING.11266 HOLDEN AND LONGWOOD STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 490 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 132,000 FY20 StormwaterBASEMENT AND STREET FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE ROADWAY DRAINAGE.11024 HOLDEN AVE TO ETA AVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 855 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 192,000 FY20 Stormwater Yard flooding.10595 FAIRVIEW AVE. #1250 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 825 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH RCP STORM SEWERS. 200,000 FY20 Stormwater LOCALIZED PONDING IN BACKYARD.10372 JACOBS OLD COAL ROAD & NOTTINGHAM STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 145,000 FY20 Stormwater INFREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11416 BOXFORD COURT BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 10-FOOT HIGH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT STABILIZATION. 130,000 FY21 Stormwater CREEK EROSION THREATENING STRUCTURES.11600BROOKVALE TERRACE - PARKFIELD TERRACE STORM IMPROVEMENTSCONSTRUCT 725 FEET OF 60-INCH TO 72-INCH STORM SEWER , AND 280 FEET OF BANK STABILIZATION. 700,000 FY21 Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW AND YARD FLOODING.11623 BRUNSTON DR. #4875 BANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 120 FEET OF 12 FOOT MODULAR BLOCK RETAINING WALL. 160,000 FY21 Stormwater MODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION.11391 CHANDELLAY DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 280 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 50,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11579 GEREMMA AND WHITE TREE CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 1,035 FEET OF CHANNEL IMPROVEMENTS. 220,000 FY21 Stormwater FLOODING FROM THE 10 YEAR STORM EVENT AT 278 GEREMMA DRIVE.11611 GRAND GLEN DR. #702 STORM IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 370 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 70,000 FY21 Stormwater BASEMENT AND YARD FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11428 HELTA DRIVE 11800 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 105 FEET OF 18-INCH STORM SEWER , AND INSTALL CIPP IN 190 FEET OF 18-INCH PIPE. 50,000 FY21 StormwaterEXISTING STORM SEWER OUTFALL IS DETERIORATED, WITH FREQUENT CAVE INS ALONG SHALLOW PIPE, AND YARD EROSION.11432LARKWOOD - JAYWOOD - SPARROWWOOD BANK STABILIZATION (CRE-07)CONSTRUCT 385 FEET OF 14 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL AND 70 FEET OF 16 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL. 450,000 FY21 StormwaterCREEK EROSION BETWEEN SPARROWWOOD AND JAYWOOD, AND BEHIND HYANNIS DR. BETWEEN ROSS AVE. AND HYANNIS DR.11389 NOTTINGHAM - MAYFAIR STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 345 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER . 60,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11573 SAPPINGTON RD. AND SAPPHIRE RIDGE CT. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 690 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER. 200,000 FY21 Stormwater STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.10336 SNELSON DRIVE STORM SEWERDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 100,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description10391 CARL AVE. & AVIS ST. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 265 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER AND APPURTENANCES. 90,000 FY21 Stormwater STRUCTURE AND YARD FLOODING.11318 DELMONT AVE. #7628 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 390 FEET OF 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 140,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11418DRURY - SWITZER STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 550 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER . 100,000 FY21 StormwaterYARD EROSION AND FLOODING, AND OVERLAND FLOODING OF HOMES.11474 GLEASON #656 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 260 FEET OF 15-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 60,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11522 LOUISIANA AND HOLLY HILLS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 235 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER . 80,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11506 RAFORD CT. STORM SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 370 FEET OF 18-INCH RCP TO SEPARATE THE STORM AND SANITARY SYSTEMS. 110,000 FY21 WastewaterSTORMWATER OVERLOADS THE 12" VCP COMBINED SEWER AND CAUSES WBU'S IN SEVERAL DUPLEX BUILDINGS.11482 SAN BERNADINO AVENUE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 275 FEET OF 12-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER , INCLUDING CURBING. 45,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11285 STANWOOD DR. AND BELWOOD DR. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,765 LF OF 12 INCH TO 30 INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 620,000 FY21 Stormwater BASEMENT AND STREET FLOODING.11442 STANWOOD DRIVE BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 175 FEET OF 10 TO 14 FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK WALL . 160,000 FY21 Stormwater CHANNEL EROSION.11042 TIEMANN AVE 4600 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 770 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 190,000 FY21 Stormwater Frequent structural flooding.10366 UNION ROAD 100 BLOCK STORM IMPROVEMENTSDESIGN AND CONSTRUCT APPROXIMATELY 1,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWERS AND APPURTENANCES, AND APPROXIMATELY 900 FEET OF CULVERTS. 320,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND ROAD PONDING.11430 WILBORN DRIVE #5361 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 160 FEET OF 12-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 40,000 FY21 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AT 5361 WILSON.11620 WINDSOR PLACE #3640 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 240 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 90,000 FY21 Stormwater STREET PONDING AND STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11535 DEKAMAY DRIVE STORM SEWER (MGJB-130) CONSTRUCT 985 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER. 210,000 FY22 Stormwater FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING FROM OVERLAND FLOW.11030 GUENEVERE DR - ROTHERHAM DR STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 215 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. 40,000 FY22 Stormwater Yard flooding.11438 KENNEY DR.- BOUNDARY RD. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 435 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 80,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11536 NOTTINGHAM ESTATES DR. #5217 STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 15-INCH STORM SEWER. 35,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11396 WEATHERBY DRIVE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 570 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS . 85,000 FY22 StormwaterROADWAY FLOODING ON CRIMSON, AND YARD FLOODING/EROSION AT 1401,1407, AND 1415 WEATHERBY, AND 1101 CRIMSON.11494 BARTOLET TO PAULE AVE. STORM SEWER REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 36-INCH STORM SEWER, REPLACING 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SEWERS. 380,000 FY22 StormwaterUNDERSIZED PIPES ARE CAUSING BASEMENT AND GARAGE FLOODING, AND STREET FLOODING ALONG PAULE.11408 BROADHEAD #921 STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 235 FEET OF 30-INCH STORM SEWER . 90,000 FY22 Stormwater CHANNEL EROSION AT END OF 30-INCH CMP.11646 HORN AVE. AND WACHTEL AVE. BANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 210 FEET OF 4 FOOT HIGH CONCRETE WALL AND BUYOUT OF ONE HOME AT 420 HORN. 140,000 FY22 StormwaterMODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION AND FREQUENT STRUCTURAL FLOODING.11545 KAYSER AVE. - WALLER AVE. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 810 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER. 220,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD AND STREET FLOODING.11530 LARIMORE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 4,860 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 54-INCH STORM SEWER AND CULVERTS. 1,400,000 FY22 Stormwater FREQUENT ROADWAY, STRUCTURAL, AND YARD FLOODING.11503 MAIN STREET 2500 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 280 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 60,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11614 MILITARY AND WEISS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER. 110,000 FY22 Stormwater FLOODING FROM INADEQUATE ROAD DRAINAGE.11507 MINNIE AVE. TO GREEN HAVEN STORM SEWERCONSTRUCT 390 FEET OF 12 INCH TO 18 INCH DIAMETER STORM SEWER FROM MINNIE AVE TO GREEN HAVEN DR. 110,000 FY22 Stormwater STREET PONDING IN FRONT OF 7033 MINNIE AVENUE.11431 MUELLER COURT STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 550 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH RCP STORM SEWER . 100,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD FLOODING AND EROSION.11263 OAKSHIRE LN. TO GEYER RD. STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 1,940 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER. 480,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11598 ORCHARD AND WINDSOR LANE STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 830 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER, 20 FEET OF 8-INCH DIP, . 200,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD AND GARAGE FLOODING.11643 TIEMAN AND KAMMERER STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 480 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. 140,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD AND ALLEY FLOODING.11433 WACHTEL AVENUE 1200 BLOCK STORM SEWER CONSTRUCT 390 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH STORM SEWER . 100,000 FY22 Stormwater YARD FLOODING DUE TO INADEQUATE ROADWAY DRAINAGE. Stormwater CIRP Project ListProject NumberLong Name Description Budget Amount Financial YearProject Type DescProblem Description11558 GENTLE COURT CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT (WILL-06)CONSTRUCT 90 FEET OF 7 FOOT HIGH HEAVY STONE REVETMENT, AND GRADE CONTROL STRUCTURE. 65,000 FY23 Stormwater CREEK EROSION NEAR #39 AND #40 GENTLE COURT.11544 LARKIN LN. #8 STORM IMPROVEMENTS (ME-260) CONSTRUCT 265 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH STORM SEWER, AND 1 RAINGARDEN. 75,000 FY23 Stormwater YARD FLOODING.11585MARTIGNEY CREEK - SUNRISE HEIGHTS TO TELEGRAPH PLAZA STREAMBANK STABILIZATIONCONSTRUCT 650 FEET OF COMPOSITE REVETMENT, 150 FEET OF MODULAR BLOCK WALL, AND 10 FEET OF GRADE CONTROL ON A 20 FOOT WIDE SECTION OF THE CREEK. 460,000 FY23 Stormwater CREEK EROSION AND FLOODING IN YARDS AND COMMON GROUND.11481MARTIGNEY CREEK STREAMBANK STABILIZATION - FAIRWICK AND GOLDEN VALLEY BANK STABILIZATION (MGMB-150) CONSTRUCT 850 FEET OF STREAMBANK PROTECTION. 610,000 FY23 Stormwater HIGH RISK EROSION TO EIGHT MISCELLANEOUS STRUCTURES.11630 REYNOSIA - MELITTA STREAMBANK STABILIZATION CONSTRUCT 340 FEET OF 14-FOOT HIGH MODULAR BLOCK RETAINING WALL. 315,000 FY23 Stormwater MODERATE RISK STRUCTURAL EROSION AT FOUR HOMES. Appendix 7.6.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.6: Customer Rate Impact Analysis Title:   Rate Impact    Supports:   Compares MSD proposed tax burden to non‐MSD taxes  SW Revenue Requirement:TaxesImperviousCurrent SW Revenue25,227,839$        ‐$                             Projected SW O&M (including Regulatory)27,047,000          28,147,000                 SW Revenue Requirement (1,819,161)$        (28,147,000)$              Assumptions:1.  24¢ Flat fee, 5¢ and OMCI taxes are removed from all future scenarios.2.  Assume the 2¢ admin tax remains in all assessed valuation based scenarios.# of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly % Chg $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family385,979               33.90$                         2.83$                                       13,083,466.00$                                      3.46$                        0.63% 16,006,055.59$                          Low Income 47,657                  17.51$                         1.46$                                       834,452.00$                                           1.29$                         ‐0.17% 737,348.09$                                Subtotal Residential 433,636               13,917,918.00$                                      16,743,403.68$                          Non Residential 58,211                  188.62$                       15.72$                                     10,979,812.00$                                      18.50$                     2.78% 12,920,355.71$                          Subtotal Non‐residential 58,211                  15.72$                                     10,979,812.00$                                      18.50$                     2.78% 12,920,356$                                Grand Total 491,847               24,897,730.00$                                      29,663,759$                                # of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family385,979               2,752.98$                   229.42$                                   1,135,879,170.00$                                229.42$                   1,135,879,170.00$                     Low Income 47,657                  1,215.18$                   101.27$                                   57,911,733.00$                                      101.27$                   57,911,733.00$                          Subtotal Residential 433,636               330.68$                                   1,193,790,903.00$                                1,193,790,903.00$                     Non Residential 58,211                  17,149.27$                 1,429.11$                               987,337,538.00$                                    1,429.11$                987,337,538.00$                        Subtotal Non‐residential 58,211                  1,429.11$                               987,337,538.00$                                    1,429.11$                987,337,538.00$                        Grand Total 491,847               2,181,128,441.00$                                2,181,128,441.00$                     # of Parcels Rate Average Monthly  Annual Total Single Family and Multi Family385,979.00          2.88$                           0.24$                                       1,111,619.52$                                        Low Income 47,657.00            1.44$                           0.12$                                       68,626.08$                                              Subtotal Residential 433,636               0.36$                                       1,180,245.60$                                        Non Residential 58,211                  2.88$                           0.24$                                       167,647.68$                                           Subtotal Non‐residential 58,211                  0.24$                                       167,647.68$                                           Grand Total 491,847               1,347,893.28$                                        # of Accounts Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family 358,719               37.23$                                     160,282,106.66$                                    37.23$                     160,282,107$                              Multi‐Family 41,991                  93.60$                                     47,165,098.10$                                      93.60$                     47,165,098$                                Low Income Single Family2,189                    41.00$                                     1,076,960.07$                                        41.00$                     1,076,960$                                  Subtotal Residential 402,899               208,524,164.83$                                    208,524,165$                              Non Residential 24,969                  361.02$                                   108,170,323.84$                                    361.02$                   108,170,324$                              Subtotal Non‐residential 24,969                  361.02$                                   108,170,323.84$                                    361.02$                   108,170,324$                              Grand Total 427,868               316,694,488.67$                                   316,694,489$                              Average Monthly $$$ MonthlySingle Family269.71$                                   270.11$                   0.14%Multi‐Family326.08$                                   326.47$                   0.12%Low Income143.84$                                   143.55$                    ‐0.20%Non Residential1,806.08$                               1,808.62$                0.14%1,808.62$                1,808.62$                Total of City, OMCI, and ExtensionTotal Current BurdenCurrent and Future TaxesWastewaterTotal Stormwater (24¢)Current Flat FeeNon‐MSD Tax BurdenSW Rate Structure Impact AnalysisDistrictwide Tax of 10.0¢ ‐ Assessed ValueBased on Assessed property value;elimination of OMCI and 5¢ taxesSW Rate Structure Alternatives SW Revenue Requirement:TaxesImperviousCurrent SW Revenue25,227,839$        ‐$                             Projected SW O&M (including Regulatory)27,047,000          28,147,000                 SW Revenue Requirement (1,819,161)$        (28,147,000)$              Assumptions:1.  24¢ Flat fee, 5¢ and OMCI taxes are removed from all future scenarios.2.  Assume the 2¢ admin tax remains in all assessed valuation based scenarios.# of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly % Chg $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family94,057                  12.50$                         1.04$                                       1,175,539.01$                                        1.33$                        0.29% 1,516,952.29$                             Low Income 18,548                  8.39$                           0.70$                                       155,616.45$                                           0.89$                        0.19% 200,812.34$                                Subtotal Residential 112,605               1,331,155.46$                                        1,717,764.63$                             Non Residential 16,597                  107.94$                       8.99$                                       1,791,402.91$                                        12.64$                     3.64% 2,311,682.33$                             Subtotal Non‐residential 16,597                  8.99$                                       1,791,402.91$                                        12.64$                     3.64% 2,311,682$                                  Grand Total 129,202               3,122,558.37$                                        4,029,447$                                  # of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family94,057                  1,072.50$                   89.37$                                     100,875,772.80$                                    89.37$                     100,875,772.80$                        Low Income 18,548                  719.96$                       60.00$                                     13,353,814.50$                                      60.00$                     13,353,814.50$                          Subtotal Residential 112,605               149.37$                                   114,229,587.30$                                    114,229,587.30$                        Non Residential 16,597                  9,370.12$                   780.84$                                   153,724,506.00$                                    780.84$                   153,724,506.00$                        Subtotal Non‐residential 16,597                  780.84$                                   153,724,506.00$                                    780.84$                   153,724,506.00$                        Grand Total 129,202               267,954,093.30$                                   267,954,093.30$                        # of Parcels Rate Average Monthly  Annual Total Single Family and Multi Family94,057.00            2.88$                           0.24$                                       270,884.16$                                           Low Income 18,548.00            1.44$                           0.12$                                       26,709.12$                                              Subtotal Residential 112,605               0.36$                                       297,593.28$                                           Non Residential 16,597                  2.88$                           0.24$                                       47,799.36$                                              Subtotal Non‐residential 16,597                  0.24$                                       47,799.36$                                              Grand Total 129,202               345,392.64$                                           # of Accounts Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family 53,387                  45.91$                                     29,409,222.63$                                      45.91$                     29,409,223$                                Multi‐Family 20,706                  83.53$                                     20,755,368.10$                                      83.53$                     20,755,368$                                Low Income Single Family827                       49.31$                                     489,370.44$                                           49.31$                     489,370$                                      Subtotal Residential 74,920                  50,653,961.17$                                      50,653,961$                                Non Residential 6,790                    455.59$                                   37,121,306.83$                                      455.59$                   37,121,307$                                Subtotal Non‐residential 6,790                    455.59$                                   37,121,306.83$                                      455.59$                   37,121,307$                                Grand Total 81,710                 87,775,267.99$                                      87,775,268$                                Average Monthly $$$ MonthlySingle Family136.56$                                   136.61$                   Multi‐Family174.19$                                   174.24$                   Low Income110.13$                                   110.20$                   Non Residential1,245.67$                               1,249.07$                1,249.07$                1,249.07$                TotalTotal Current BurdenNon‐MSD Tax BurdenStormwater (24¢)Current Flat FeeWastewaterCurrent and Future Taxeselimination of OMCI and 5¢ taxesDistrictwide Tax of 10.0¢ ‐ Assessed ValueBased on Assessed property value;SW Rate Structure Impact AnalysisCitySW Rate Structure Alternatives SW Revenue Requirement:TaxesImperviousCurrent SW Revenue25,227,839$        ‐$                             Projected SW O&M (including Regulatory)27,047,000          28,147,000                 SW Revenue Requirement (1,819,161)$        (28,147,000)$              Assumptions:1.  24¢ Flat fee, 5¢ and OMCI taxes are removed from all future scenarios.2.  Assume the 2¢ admin tax remains in all assessed valuation based scenarios.# of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly % Chg $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family172,751               61.67$                         5.14$                                       10,653,658.34$                                      3.48$                         ‐1.66% 7,254,823.17$                             Low Income 26,402                  25.16$                         2.10$                                       664,278.06$                                           1.41$                         ‐0.69% 452,710.57$                                Subtotal Residential 199,153               11,317,936.40$                                      7,707,533.75$                             Non Residential 23,022                  355.25$                       29.60$                                     8,178,600.86$                                        29.13$                      ‐0.47% 5,472,938.66$                             Subtotal Non‐residential 23,022                  29.60$                                     8,178,600.86$                                        29.13$                      ‐0.47% 5,472,939$                                  Grand Total 222,175               19,496,537.26$                                      13,180,472$                                # of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family172,751               3,071.36$                   255.95$                                   530,580,463.37$                                    255.95$                   530,580,463.37$                        Low Income 26,402                  1,449.88$                   120.82$                                   38,279,825.76$                                      120.82$                   38,279,825.76$                          Subtotal Residential 199,153               376.77$                                   568,860,289.12$                                    568,860,289.12$                        Non Residential 23,022                  17,607.98$                 1,467.33$                               405,370,943.14$                                    1,467.33$                405,370,943.14$                        Subtotal Non‐residential 23,022                  1,467.33$                               405,370,943.14$                                    1,467.33$                405,370,943.14$                        Grand Total 222,175               974,231,232.26$                                   974,231,232.26$                        # of Parcels Rate Average Monthly  Annual Total Single Family and Multi Family172,751.00          2.88$                           0.24$                                       497,522.88$                                           Low Income 26,402.00            1.44$                           0.12$                                       38,018.88$                                              Subtotal Residential 199,153               0.36$                                       535,541.76$                                           Non Residential 23,022                  2.88$                           0.24$                                       66,303.36$                                              Subtotal Non‐residential 23,022                  0.24$                                       66,303.36$                                              Grand Total 222,175               601,845.12$                                           # of Accounts Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family 170,984               34.91$                                     71,618,832.01$                                      34.91$                     71,618,832$                                Multi‐Family 22,203                  106.61$                                   28,404,738.22$                                      106.61$                   28,404,738$                                Low Income Single Family1,098                    34.81$                                     458,675.14$                                           34.81$                     458,675$                                      Subtotal Residential 194,285               100,482,245.38$                                    100,482,245$                              Non Residential 10,603                  250.71$                                   31,898,747.99$                                      250.71$                   31,898,748$                                Subtotal Non‐residential 10,603                  250.71$                                   31,898,747.99$                                      250.71$                   31,898,748$                                Grand Total 204,888               132,380,993.37$                                   132,380,993$                              Average Monthly $$$ MonthlySingle Family296.23$                                   294.33$                   Multi‐Family367.94$                                   366.04$                   Low Income157.85$                                   157.05$                   Non Residential1,747.88$                               1,747.17$                1,747.17$                1,747.17$                TotalTotal Current BurdenNon‐MSD Tax BurdenStormwater (24¢)Current Flat FeeWastewaterCurrent and Future Taxeselimination of OMCI and 5¢ taxesDistrictwide Tax of 10.0¢ ‐ Assessed ValueBased on Assessed property value;SW Rate Structure Impact AnalysisOMCISW Rate Structure Alternatives SW Revenue Requirement:TaxesImperviousCurrent SW Revenue25,227,839$        ‐$                             Projected SW O&M (including Regulatory)27,047,000          28,147,000                 SW Revenue Requirement (1,819,161)$        (28,147,000)$              Assumptions:1.  24¢ Flat fee, 5¢ and OMCI taxes are removed from all future scenarios.2.  Assume the 2¢ admin tax remains in all assessed valuation based scenarios.# of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly % Chg $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family119,171               10.52$                         0.88$                                       1,254,268.87$                                        5.01$                        4.13% 7,234,280.12$                             Low Income 2,707                    5.38$                           0.45$                                       14,558.44$                                              2.55$                        2.10% 83,825.18$                                  Subtotal Residential 121,878               1,268,827.31$                                        7,318,105.30$                             Non Residential 18,592                  54.31$                         4.53$                                       1,009,808.81$                                        46.54$                     42.01% 5,135,734.72$                             Subtotal Non‐residential 18,592                  4.53$                                       1,009,808.81$                                        46.54$                     42.01% 5,135,735$                                  Grand Total 140,470               2,278,636.12$                                        12,453,840$                                # of Parcels Average Total Levy Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family and Multi Family119,171               4,232.77$                   352.73$                                   504,422,933.91$                                    352.73$                   504,422,933.91$                        Low Income 2,707                    2,319.21$                   193.27$                                   6,278,093.59$                                        193.27$                   6,278,093.59$                             Subtotal Residential 121,878               546.00$                                   510,701,027.51$                                    510,701,027.51$                        Non Residential 18,592                  23,033.68$                 1,919.47$                               428,242,089.10$                                    1,919.47$                428,242,089.10$                        Subtotal Non‐residential 18,592                  1,919.47$                               428,242,089.10$                                    1,919.47$                428,242,089.10$                        Grand Total 140,470               938,943,116.61$                                   938,943,116.61$                        # of Parcels Rate Average Monthly  Annual Total Single Family and Multi Family119,171.00          2.88$                           0.24$                                       343,212.48$                                           Low Income 2,707.00              1.44$                           0.12$                                       3,898.08$                                                Subtotal Residential 121,878               0.36$                                       347,110.56$                                           Non Residential 18,592                  2.88$                           0.24$                                       53,544.96$                                              Subtotal Non‐residential 18,592                  0.24$                                       53,544.96$                                              Grand Total 140,470               400,655.52$                                           # of Accounts Average Monthly Annual Total $$$ Monthly $$$ AnnuallySingle Family 108,330               35.46$                                     46,097,053.26$                                      35.46$                     46,097,053$                                Multi‐Family 26,795                  87.52$                                     28,142,201.53$                                      87.52$                     28,142,202$                                Low Income Single Family178                       34.57$                                     73,849.87$                                              34.57$                     73,850$                                        Subtotal Residential 135,303               157.56$                                   74,313,104.67$                                      74,313,105$                                Non Residential 5,967                    310.39$                                   22,225,122.64$                                      310.39$                   22,225,123$                                Subtotal Non‐residential 5,967                    310.39$                                   22,225,122.64$                                      310.39$                   22,225,123$                                Grand Total 141,270               96,538,227.31$                                      96,538,227$                                Average Monthly $$$ MonthlySingle Family389.31$                                   393.20$                   Multi‐Family441.37$                                   445.26$                   Low Income228.41$                                   230.39$                   Non Residential2,234.63$                               2,276.40$                2,276.40$                2,276.40$                TotalTotal Current BurdenNon‐MSD Tax BurdenStormwater (24¢)Current Flat FeeWastewaterCurrent and Future Taxeselimination of OMCI and 5¢ taxesDistrictwide Tax of 10.0¢ ‐ Assessed ValueBased on Assessed property value;SW Rate Structure Impact AnalysisExtensionSW Rate Structure Alternatives Appendix 7.6.2 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.6: Stormwater Funding Title:   Impervious Based Fee Due Diligence    Supports:   Decision process for future Stormwater funding  Average Stormwater BurdenMSD Only8.8 cents 10 centsSingle/Multi‐Family 3.07$      2.56$             3.26$      3.62$      % Change from Current‐16.5% 6.3% 18.2%Low Income 1.58$      2.01$             1.20$      1.33$      % Change from Current27.0%‐24.3%‐15.9%Non‐Residential 15.96$    21.66$           16.07$    17.87$    % Change from Current35.8% 0.7% 12.0%Average Monthly Stormwater BurdenCurrentImpervious AreaTax Levy Impact of MSD Stormwater Rates AnalysisPercent of Customers Paying Lessthan Current ChargesStandard Tiered 8.8 cents 10 centsSingle/Multi‐Family 44.0% 41.8% 58.5% 53.7%Low Income 31.3% 29.7% 66.9% 57.1%Non‐Residential 52.6% 49.4% 71.4% 68.7%Total 43.8% 41.5% 60.8% 55.8%Impervious Area Tax Levy Appendix 7.6.3 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.6: Customer Rate Impact Analysis Title:   8 Year Rate Projections    Supports:   Projections for the four years following this proposal are presented for additional  transparency      Proposed ProjectedCapital Improvement and Replacement Progam Needs FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021FY 2022FY 2023FY 2024FY 17 - FY 20 FY 21 - FY 24 Major Capital ImprovementsSubtotal Subtotal1. Asset Management - Capacity 57,501,982$ 67,050,796$ 67,559,237$ 61,672,657$ 63,365,321$ 78,105,323$ 78,325,334$ 66,442,831$ 253,784,672$ 286,238,810$ 2. Asset Management - Renewal 21,108,335 19,316,419 21,659,802 28,435,997 33,233,121 29,428,873 32,643,683 31,936,084 90,520,553 127,241,762 3. Cityshed 11,042,265 13,138,342 18,109,541 8,863,662 12,976,653 9,884,717 15,136,532 13,481,924 51,153,810 51,479,826 4. Combined Sewer Overflow 50,872,235 40,580,166 43,306,065 158,329,862 150,486,404 192,920,320 204,918,200 192,688,137 293,088,328 741,013,062 5. Districtwide 5,540,816 5,431,201 5,666,009 5,808,204 5,975,719 6,275,990 6,456,043 6,617,259 22,446,230 25,325,011 6. Other (40,000) - - - - - - - (40,000) - 7. Sanitary Sewer Overflow 175,713,165 184,194,266 199,992,543 170,559,357 114,758,259 90,868,119 62,221,377 43,795,777 730,459,329 311,643,532 8. Treatment Plants 11,621,550 17,621,799 17,178,284 5,545,102 38,015,711 50,950,224 63,756,833 21,789,796 51,966,734 174,512,564 9.Subtotal: Major Capital Improvements333,360,347$ 347,332,989$ 373,471,480$ 439,214,841$ 418,811,190$ 458,433,566$ 463,458,002$ 376,751,808$ 1,493,379,657$ 1,717,454,566$ 10. Less: Capital Funded in O&M Budget (7,778,282) (8,323,618) (8,728,029) (9,117,869) (9,856,353) (10,181,354) (10,434,689) (9,975,363) (33,947,798)$ (40,447,758)$ 11. Less: Non-Recurring Projects & Studies (6,034,848) (5,194,950) (5,101,732) (5,281,442) (5,463,218) (5,606,152) (5,746,306) (5,889,964) (21,612,972) (22,705,640) 12. Plus: Capitalized Internal Labor 12,964,471 13,483,049 14,022,371 14,583,266 15,166,597 15,773,261 16,404,191 17,060,359 55,053,157 64,404,407 13.Total: CIRP Needs332,511,688$ 347,297,471$ 373,664,090$ 439,398,796$ 418,658,216$ 458,419,320$ 463,681,198$ 377,946,840$ 1,492,872,045$ 1,718,705,574$ Proposed ProjectedWastewater Construction Fund Cashflow FY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021FY 2022FY 2023FY 2024FY 17 - FY 20 FY 21 - FY 24 Subtotal Subtotal1.Beginning Year Balance (1)98,709,136$ 56,204,221$ 52,690,410$ 56,612,179$ 62,122,485$ 61,641,314$ 54,231,260$ 41,006,392$ Sources of Funds2. Revenue Bond Proceeds - Par Amount 174,055,000 216,210,000 235,070,000 293,310,000 248,790,000 268,190,000 242,495,000 107,120,000 918,645,000 866,595,000 3. Revenue Bond Proceeds - Premium 20,342,700 23,544,232 21,779,440 24,062,250 15,726,387 12,017,750 6,503,811 2,872,869 89,728,622 37,120,816 4. Cash Financing of Construction (PAYGO) 70,000,000 81,162,500 99,162,500 110,162,500 132,162,500 150,162,500 178,162,500 225,162,500 360,487,500 685,650,000 5. Capitalized Internal Labor 12,964,471 13,483,049 14,022,371 14,583,266 15,166,597 15,773,261 16,404,191 17,060,359 55,053,157 64,404,407 6. State Revolving Loan Proceeds 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 25,000,000 100,000,000 100,000,000 7. Grants & Contributions 577,556 602,919 629,397 657,040 685,899 716,027 747,480 780,317 2,466,912 2,929,723 8. Interest Income 470,000 380,000 270,000 270,000 290,000 300,000 280,000 230,000 1,390,000 1,100,000 9.Subtotal: Available Funds402,118,863$ 416,586,921$ 448,624,119$ 524,657,235$ 499,943,867$ 533,800,851$ 523,824,242$ 419,232,436$ 1,527,771,192$ 1,757,799,946$ Uses of Funds10. Major Capital Improvements (332,511,688)$ (347,297,471)$ (373,664,090)$ (439,398,796)$ (418,658,216)$ (458,419,320)$ (463,681,198)$ (377,946,840)$ (1,492,872,045)$ (1,718,705,574)$ 11. Issuance Costs (1,907,454) (2,327,291) (2,513,975) (3,099,804) (2,655,162) (2,845,296) (2,592,102) (1,237,952) (9,848,523) (9,330,513) 12. Debt Service Reserve Fund Deposits (11,495,500) (14,271,750) (15,833,875) (20,036,150) (16,989,175) (18,304,975) (16,544,550) (7,305,225) (61,637,275) (59,143,925) 13.Subtotal: Uses of Funds(345,914,642)$ (363,896,511)$ (392,011,940)$ (462,534,750)$ (438,302,553)$ (479,569,591)$ (482,817,850)$ (386,490,017)$ (1,564,357,843)$ (1,787,180,012)$ 14.End of Year Balance56,204,221$ 52,690,410$ 56,612,179$ 62,122,485$ 61,641,314$ 54,231,260$ 41,006,392$ 32,742,419$  Projected ProposedFY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021FY 2022FY 2023FY 2024FY 17 - FY 20 FY 21 - FY 24Wastewater RevenueSubtotal Subtotal1. User Charge Revenue 341,628,032$ 376,598,004$ 414,941,775$ 457,442,232$ 503,447,459$ 553,737,300$ 609,103,385$ 670,175,220$ 1,590,610,042$ 2,336,463,364$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue2. Other Operating Revenue 2,181,693$ 1,691,763$ 1,214,920$ 694,123$ 112,004$ (648,079)$ (1,414,232)$ (2,279,615)$ 5,782,499$ (4,229,922)$ 3. Non-Operating Revenue 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 222,000 888,000 888,000 4. Connection Fee Revenue 696,728 703,696 710,733 717,840 725,018 732,268 739,591 746,987 2,828,996 2,943,865 5.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue3,100,421$ 2,617,459$ 2,147,653$ 1,633,963$ 1,059,023$ 306,189$ (452,640)$ (1,310,628)$ 9,499,496$ (398,057)$ 6.Total: Wastewater Revenue344,728,453$ 379,215,463$ 417,089,428$ 459,076,195$ 504,506,481$ 554,043,489$ 608,650,745$ 668,864,592$ 1,600,109,538$ 2,336,065,307$ % Change 8.9% 10.0% 10.0% 10.1% 9.9% 9.8% 9.9% 9.9%Wastewater Expenditures7. Operating Expenses (176,389,110)$ (180,102,367)$ (186,374,873)$ (193,091,871)$ (198,001,386)$ (204,129,067)$ (210,897,756)$ (216,122,087)$ (735,958,222)$ (829,150,296)$ 8.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 168,339,342$ 199,113,096$ 230,714,554$ 265,984,324$ 306,505,095$ 349,914,422$ 397,752,989$ 452,742,505$ 864,151,316$ 1,506,915,011$ Non-Operating ExpensesDebt Service and Other IndebtednessRevenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued)9. Existing (46,655,486)$ (46,468,892)$ (46,476,019)$ (46,535,144)$ (46,433,844)$ (46,390,344)$ (46,255,181)$ (45,856,958)$ (186,135,542)$ (184,936,328)$ 10. Proposed (15,547,229) (28,325,958) (43,336,844) (61,212,275) (79,723,731) (97,334,144) (114,772,267) (127,743,896) (148,422,306) (419,574,038) 11.Subtotal: Revenue Bond Debt Service(62,202,715)$ (74,794,851)$ (89,812,863)$ (107,747,419)$ (126,157,576)$ (143,724,488)$ (161,027,448)$ (173,600,854)$ (334,557,848)$ (604,510,366)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued)12. Existing (27,773,399)$ (27,791,299)$ (27,807,097)$ (27,827,494)$ (27,946,615)$ (27,953,775)$ (27,861,766)$ (27,877,586)$ (111,199,289)$ (111,639,742)$ 13. Proposed (5,345,304) (7,172,641) (8,922,975) (10,691,793) (12,471,056) (14,261,739) (16,071,545) (17,435,840) (32,132,712) (60,240,179) 14.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service(33,118,703)$ (34,963,940)$ (36,730,072)$ (38,519,287)$ (40,417,670)$ (42,215,514)$ (43,933,311)$ (45,313,426)$ (143,332,002)$ (171,879,921)$ 15.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness(95,321,418)$ (109,758,790)$ (126,542,935)$ (146,266,706)$ (166,575,246)$ (185,940,002)$ (204,960,759)$ (218,914,281)$ (477,889,850)$ (776,390,287)$ 16. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (73,958,600)$ (85,196,314)$ (103,276,990)$ (114,359,280)$ (136,443,215)$ (154,528,830)$ (182,616,156)$ (229,705,229)$ (376,791,183)$ (703,293,430)$ 17. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (6,034,848) (5,194,950) (5,101,732) (5,281,442) (5,463,218) (5,606,152) (5,746,306) (5,889,964) (21,612,972) (22,705,640) 18. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - - - 19.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses(175,314,866)$ (200,150,054)$ (234,921,657)$ (265,907,427)$ (308,481,679)$ (346,074,984)$ (393,323,221)$ (454,509,474)$ (876,294,005)$ (1,502,389,358)$ 20.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (351,703,977)$ (380,252,421)$ (421,296,530)$ (458,999,298)$ (506,483,065)$ (550,204,051)$ (604,220,977)$ (670,631,561)$ (1,612,252,226)$ (2,331,539,654)$ % Change 13.8% 8.1% 10.8% 8.9% 10.3% 8.6% 9.8% 11.0%21.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)(6,975,524)$ (1,036,958)$ (4,207,103)$ 76,896$ (1,976,584)$ 3,839,438$ 4,429,768$ (1,766,969)$ (12,142,689)$ 4,525,653$ Combined Operating Reserve22. Beginning Balance (3) 49,704,216$ 42,728,692$ 41,691,734$ 37,484,631$ 37,561,527$ 35,584,944$ 39,424,382$ 43,854,149$ 23. Ending Balance (3) 42,728,692 41,691,734 37,484,631 37,561,527 35,584,944 39,424,382 43,854,149 42,087,181 Actual Debt Service24. Revenue Bonds 61,058,590$ 73,328,590$ 88,174,340$ 105,720,178$ 124,427,340$ 141,862,740$ 159,411,378$ 171,925,288$ 25. SRF Loans 32,096,431 34,044,041 35,801,773 37,576,574 39,382,501 41,362,210 42,980,183 44,804,274 26.Total: Debt Service93,155,022$ 107,372,631$ 123,976,113$ 143,296,752$ 163,809,841$ 183,224,950$ 202,391,561$ 216,729,562$ Debt Service Coverage27. Revenue Bonds (4)2.76 2.72 2.62 2.52 2.46 2.47 2.50 2.6328. Total Debt (5)1.81 1.85 1.86 1.86 1.87 1.91 1.97 2.09(1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve.(2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses(4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service(5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service  Projected ProposedFY 2017FY 2018FY 2019FY 2020FY 2021FY 2022FY 2023FY 2024FY 17 - FY 20 FY 21 - FY 24Stormwater RevenueSubtotal SubtotalStormwater Tax RevenueAd Valorem Taxes1. Regulatory Tax 4,967,521$ 4,992,359$ 5,017,320$ 5,042,407$ 5,067,619$ 5,092,957$ 5,118,422$ 5,144,014$ 20,019,607$ 20,423,012$ 2. Stormwater O&M 24,607,840 24,730,879 24,854,534 24,978,806 25,103,700 25,229,219 25,355,365 25,482,142 99,172,059 101,170,426 3. OMCI Districts - - - - - - - - - - 4. Stormwater Flat Fee Revenue - - - - - - - - - - 5.Subtotal: Tax Revenue29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 30,171,319$ 30,322,176$ 30,473,787$ 30,626,156$ 119,191,665$ 121,593,438$ 6.Subtotal: Stormwater Tax Revenue29,575,361$ 29,723,238$ 29,871,854$ 30,021,213$ 30,171,319$ 30,322,176$ 30,473,787$ 30,626,156$ 119,191,665$ 121,593,438$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue7. Other Operating Revenue 1,370,850$ 1,364,303$ 1,294,344$ 1,206,271$ 1,127,235$ 1,162,184$ 1,127,350$ 1,106,457$ 5,235,767$ 4,523,227$ 8. Non-Operating Revenue 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 30,500 122,000 122,000 9. Connection Fee Revenue - - - - - - - - - - 10.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue1,401,350$ 1,394,803$ 1,324,844$ 1,236,771$ 1,157,735$ 1,192,684$ 1,157,850$ 1,136,957$ 5,357,767$ 4,645,227$ 11.Total: Stormwater Revenue30,976,711$ 31,118,041$ 31,196,697$ 31,257,984$ 31,329,055$ 31,514,860$ 31,631,637$ 31,763,113$ 124,549,433$ 126,238,665$ % Change 8.3% 0.5% 0.3% 0.2% 0.2% 0.6% 0.4% 0.4% 0.0% -30.5%Stormwater ExpendituresOperating Expenses12. General Fund Operating Expenses (16,215,676)$ (19,134,929)$ (18,111,531)$ (18,724,683)$ (19,059,365)$ (19,596,576)$ (20,210,107)$ (20,768,551)$ (72,186,819)$ (75,492,155)$ 13. Regulatory Expenses (4,515,326) (4,601,117) (4,693,139) (4,787,002) (4,882,742) (4,980,397) (5,080,005) (5,232,405) (18,596,584) (19,343,280) 14.Subtotal: Operating Expenses(20,731,002)$ (23,736,046)$ (22,804,670)$ (23,511,686)$ (23,942,108)$ (24,576,972)$ (25,290,112)$ (26,000,956)$ (90,783,403)$ (99,810,148)$ 15.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 10,245,709$ 7,381,995$ 8,392,027$ 7,746,298$ 7,386,947$ 6,937,888$ 6,341,525$ 5,762,157$ 33,766,030$ 26,428,517$ Non-Operating Expenses16. Debt Service and Other Indebtedness -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (8,405,411)$ (6,956,151)$ (18,448,795)$ (13,134,502)$ (7,422,321)$ (6,239,597)$ (4,327,376)$ (2,728,800)$ (46,944,859)$ (20,718,095)$ 18. OMCI Capital Projects (12,226,829) (9,510,463) (2,139,985) (61,378) 598,388 250,333 76,037 8,271 (23,938,655) 933,028 19. Non-recurring Projects or Studies - - - - - - - - - - 20. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - - - 21.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses(20,632,239)$ (16,466,614)$ (20,588,781)$ (13,195,880)$ (6,823,933)$ (5,989,265)$ (4,251,339)$ (2,720,530)$ (70,883,514)$ (19,785,066)$ 22.Total: Stormwater Expenditures (41,363,241)$ (40,202,660)$ (43,393,451)$ (36,707,565)$ (30,766,041)$ (30,566,237)$ (29,541,451)$ (28,721,486)$ (161,666,917)$ (119,595,214)$ % Change 23.8% -2.8% 7.9% -15.4% -16.2% -0.6% -3.4% -2.8%23.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1,2)(10,386,530)$ (9,084,619)$ (12,196,753)$ (5,449,581)$ 563,014$ 948,623$ 2,090,187$ 3,041,627$ (37,117,484)$ 6,643,451$ Combined Operating Reserve24. Beginning Balance (3) 34,348,147$ 35,736,250$ 35,770,852$ 25,389,904$ 19,746,295$ 19,526,044$ 20,111,775$ 22,087,507$ 25. Ending Balance (3) 35,736,250 35,770,852 25,389,904 19,746,295 19,526,044 20,111,775 22,087,507 25,209,254 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve.(2) Commercial Paper and Line of Credit Payment excluded from cash surplus since payments are made from Construction Fund. (3) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 240 days of operating expenses   Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Cost of Service and Financial Planning Model Schedule 3-11: Wastewater Customer Bill Impacts FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 23.12 $ 25.62 $ 28.39 $ 31.46 $ 34.78 $ 38.44 $ 42.49 $ 46.96 2. 3 ccf per month $ 30.32 $ 33.60 $ 37.23 $ 41.26 $ 45.62 $ 50.42 $ 55.73 $ 61.60 3. 5 ccf per month $ 37.52 $ 41.58 $ 46.07 $ 51.06 $ 56.46 $ 62.40 $ 68.97 $ 76.24 4. 7 ccf per month $ 44.72 $ 49.56 $ 54.91 $ 60.86 $ 67.30 $ 74.38 $ 82.21 $ 90.88 5. 10 ccf per month $ 55.52 $ 61.53 $ 68.17 $ 75.56 $ 83.56 $ 92.35 $ 102.07 $ 112.84 6. 15 ccf per month $ 73.52 $ 81.48 $ 90.27 $ 100.06 $ 110.66 $ 122.30 $ 135.17 $ 149.44 7. 20 ccf per month $ 91.52 $ 101.43 $ 112.37 $ 124.56 $ 137.76 $ 152.25 $ 168.27 $ 186.04 8. 30 ccf per month $ 127.52 $ 141.33 $ 156.57 $ 173.56 $ 191.96 $ 212.15 $ 234.47 $ 259.24 9. 50 ccf per month $ 199.52 $ 221.13 $ 244.97 $ 271.56 $ 300.36 $ 331.95 $ 366.87 $ 405.64 10. 100 ccf per month $ 379.52 $ 420.63 $ 465.97 $ 516.56 $ 571.36 $ 631.45 $ 697.87 $ 771.64 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 11. 20 ccf per month $ 91.52 $ 101.43 $ 112.37 $ 124.56 $ 137.76 $ 152.25 $ 168.27 $ 186.04 12. 40 ccf per month $ 163.52 $ 181.23 $ 200.77 $ 222.56 $ 246.16 $ 272.05 $ 300.67 $ 332.44 13. 60 ccf per month $ 235.52 $ 261.03 $ 289.17 $ 320.56 $ 354.56 $ 391.85 $ 433.07 $ 478.84 14. 250 ccf per month $ 919.52 $ 1,019.13 $ 1,128.97 $ 1,251.56 $ 1,384.36 $ 1,529.95 $ 1,690.87 $ 1,869.64 15. 1,000 ccf per month $ 3,619.52 $ 4,011.63 $ 4,443.97 $ 4,926.56 $ 5,449.36 $ 6,022.45 $ 6,655.87 $ 7,359.64 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 16. 70 ccf per month $ 274.38 $ 303.88 $ 336.42 $ 372.70 $ 412.00 $ 455.10 $ 502.74 $ 555.62 17. 100 ccf per month $ 382.38 $ 423.58 $ 469.02 $ 519.70 $ 574.60 $ 634.80 $ 701.34 $ 775.22 18. 160 ccf per month $ 598.38 $ 662.98 $ 734.22 $ 813.70 $ 899.80 $ 994.20 $ 1,098.54 $ 1,214.42 19. 1,000 ccf per month $ 3,622.38 $ 4,014.58 $ 4,447.02 $ 4,929.70 $ 5,452.60 $ 6,025.80 $ 6,659.34 $ 7,363.22 20. 2,500 ccf per month $ 9,022.38 $ 9,999.58 $ 11,077.02 $ 12,279.70 $ 13,582.60 $ 15,010.80 $ 16,589.34 $ 18,343.22 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) 21. 70 ccf per month $ 466.36 $ 501.70 $ 540.78 $ 582.83 $ 628.49 $ 678.27 $ 733.41 $ 793.02 22. 100 ccf per month $ 597.36 $ 645.10 $ 697.86 $ 755.01 $ 817.02 $ 884.71 $ 959.65 $ 1,041.06 23. 160 ccf per month $ 836.36 $ 908.20 $ 987.55 $ 1,074.18 $ 1,168.16 $ 1,270.85 $ 1,384.48 $ 1,508.70 24. 1,000 ccf per month $ 3,929.36 $ 4,330.90 $ 4,773.80 $ 5,265.71 $ 5,798.76 $ 6,382.66 $ 7,028.19 $ 7,742.83 25. 2,500 ccf per month $ 9,607.62 $ 10,602.62 $ 11,700.01 $ 12,920.28 $ 14,242.53 $ 15,691.13 $ 17,292.53 $ 19,066.93 Single Family Residential (Unmetered) 27. 6.4 ccf per month $ 40.47 $ 44.85 $ 49.71 $ 55.10 $ 60.92 $ 67.34 $ 74.45 $ 82.30 28. 7.1 ccf per month $ 42.60 $ 47.21 $ 52.33 $ 58.01 $ 64.14 $ 70.90 $ 78.39 $ 86.66 29. 7.7 ccf per month $ 44.73 $ 49.57 $ 54.95 $ 60.92 $ 67.36 $ 74.46 $ 82.33 $ 91.02 30. 8.4 ccf per month $ 46.86 $ 51.93 $ 57.57 $ 63.83 $ 70.58 $ 78.02 $ 86.27 $ 95.38 31. 9.0 ccf per month $ 48.99 $ 54.29 $ 60.19 $ 66.74 $ 73.80 $ 81.58 $ 90.21 $ 99.74 32. 10.4 ccf per month $ 53.48 $ 59.27 $ 65.70 $ 72.84 $ 80.54 $ 89.03 $ 98.44 $ 108.83 33. 10.8 ccf per month $ 54.80 $ 60.73 $ 67.32 $ 74.63 $ 82.52 $ 91.22 $ 100.86 $ 111.51 34. 13.5 ccf per month $ 63.55 $ 70.43 $ 78.07 $ 86.55 $ 95.70 $ 105.79 $ 116.97 $ 129.32 35. 14.2 ccf per month $ 65.68 $ 72.79 $ 80.69 $ 89.46 $ 98.92 $ 109.35 $ 120.91 $ 133.68 36. 28.3 ccf per month $ 111.84 $ 123.95 $ 137.41 $ 152.36 $ 168.48 $ 186.25 $ 205.95 $ 227.72 Appendix 7.7.1 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL       Appendix Section 7.7: Prior Rate Report Comparison Title:   4 Year Comparison to Rate Report    Supports:   Actuals, forecasts and budgets compared to the prior Rate Change Proposal  Rate Report Comparison SlideAnalysis and Source InformationExplanationsSourcesActual (FY13 ‐ FY14) + Forecast (FY15) + Budget (FY16) Rate Report VarianceFY13 ‐ 16Rate Report Revenue:Service Charge Wastewater Revenue1,083,884$                   1,089,664$        (5,780)$           Current volume projections slightly below those of the rate report. Table 5‐1; line 1 Service Charge Stormwater Revenue5,471                             5,407                 63                   Table 5‐1; line 8 Bonds677,001                          895,000               (217,999)          CIRP project appropriations came in lower while bond premiums were higher than anticipated. Table 3‐9; lines 2‐3 Ad Valorem Taxes101,326                         101,997             (671)               Assessed valuations lower than rate report projections and voluntary Table 5‐1; lines 9, 10, 15 Other Revenue35,510                           19,584               15,927           Increase in wastehauler permit fees, interest income, BABs tax credits, Table 5‐1; lines 2‐6, 11‐13, 16  Total Revenue1,903,191$                   2,111,652$        (208,460)$       Expense:Total Operating Budget699,968$                        716,128$            (16,160)$          G&A Expenses favorable, slightly offset by unfavorable  capital outlay.Table 2‐1; lines 8, 16, 20, 22. Table 3‐7; line 17 Bond Premiums (40,971)                           ‐                           (40,971)            Debt Service234,353$                        311,779$            (77,427)$          Refunding, better than expected rates, lower than expected issuances. Table 3‐11; line 26 WW CIRP and Expense projects889,632                          971,015               (81,383)            CIRP project appropriations came in lower than anticipated.Table 3‐9; lines 9 and 10. Table 3‐8; line 9. SW CIRP and Expense projects35,246                            12,314                 22,932             Spend down of OMCI fund balances.Table 5‐3; line 21.  Table 3‐8; line 10 924,878                         983,329             (58,451)           Total Expense1,818,228$                   2,011,236$        (193,008)$      (3,979)$ (40,729)$ 36,750$           This has been recalculated due to the successful implementation of the collections strategy. Table 2-3; line 2 Subtotal CIRP  Bad Debt ProvisionFiscal Years 13 ‐ 16 (in $1,000s) SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-1 GLOSSARY Ad Valorem Tax: A state or local tax based on the assessed value of real or personal property. Base Charge: Fixed monthly wastewater service charge that is equal to the sum of the Billing and Collection Charge and the System Availability Charge. Best Equated Period: MSD defines its best equated period as a 90 to 92 day period of water usage between November and April of the preceding winter period. This period most closely reflects the water entering the MSD WW system by avoiding spring and summer water usage for activities such as lawn sprinkling and the filling of swimming pools. However, if a water bill issued during such period covers water usage for a period less than 90 days or more than 92 days, the Best Equated Period shall mean a 91 day period and water usage shall be calculated based on average daily usage for the actual billing period. Billing and Collection Charge: Monthly charge imposed by the District to recover the wastewater program’s share of the costs associated with issuing and collecting combined wastewater and stormwater bills. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD): A measure of the quantity of oxygen utilized by microorganisms to break down complex organic materials into simple, more stable substance. BOD measurements are used as a measure of the organic strength of wastewater. Board: Refers to the Board of Trustees of the District. The Board is comprised of six (6) members, three appointed by the Mayor of the City of St. Louis and three appointed by the County Executive of St. Louis County. Bondholder: The registered owner of one or more Bonds issued by the District. Bonds: This financial instrument means: a certificate issued by a government or company promising to pay back borrowed money at a fixed rate of interest on a specified date. The term “Bonds” within this Rate Proposal includes, but is not limited to, obligation in the form of bonds, notes, contracts, lease obligations, bond anticipation notes, commercial paper, and certificates of participation. The term “Bond” or “Bonds” does not include any obligations incurred by the District on a subordinated basis. Budget: An estimate of proposed expenditures for a defined period and purpose and a schedule of revenues available to finance the proposed expenditures. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-2 Capacity: The maximum rate of flow that can be carried by a sewer or received by a treatment plant without causing an upset of the biological material contained within that treatment system. Capital Improvement and Replacement Program: Refers to the District’s comprehensive plan consisting of construction and/or renovation of major sewer system and wastewater treatment plant projects intending to enhance or restore system capabilities. Clean Water Act: Common term for the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1948, with major amendments in 1972 (PL 92 500), in 1977 by the Clean Water Act (PL 95 217) and in 1987 by the Water Quality Act (PL 100 4), as further amended, 33 U.S.C. 1251, et seq. Code of Federal Regulations: Law of the United States issued under several Titles. Title 40 deals with protection of the environment. Part 35 deals with specific regulations, including user charge requirements for wastewater utilities that have accepted construction grants from the Federal Government. URL for this section is found in the next stanza. http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title40/40cfr35_main_02.tpl Combined Sewers: Sewers designed and constructed to receive both wastewater and stormwater or surface water. Compliance Charge: A charge imposed by the District that recovers costs for inspecting and regulating non-residential users in accordance with certain federal environmental regulations. This charge is recovered from all non-residential customers. A volume charge is assessed to all customers based on their respective water usage. Water usage information is provided by customers’ respective water provider on either a metered or unmetered basis. Non-residential customers are also assessed one of five tiered compliance charges based on the amount of inspection and testing of WW needed to comply with current regulations. Extra strength surcharges are applied to monitored non-residential customers generating excess biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total suspended solids (TSS). Consent Decree: Agreement between MSD, the EPA, and the Missouri Coalition for the Environment settling litigation related to violations of the Clean Water Act by the District and requiring expenditures of at least $4.7 billion over 23 years to prevent future violations. The Consent Decree went into effect on April 27, 2012. Construction Work In Progress (CWIP): Investment in facilities under construction, but not yet dedicated to service. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-3 Contributed (Billable) Wastewater Volume: Billed WW volume is the estimated amount of water volume contributed to the sewer system by MSD customers. This volume is measured on either a metered or unmetered basis. The amount of contributed WW volume from metered customers is measured in Ccfs (One Hundred (100)) cubic feet (approximately 748 gallons). The volume from unmetered residential customers is determined based upon estimates of indoor water usage per fixture and the number of rooms within these properties referred to as attributes throughout the Rate Proposal. Based on analysis, the unit water consumption estimates of gallons per day (gpd) was used to recalibrate billable WW volumes based on property attributes applicable to unmetered single family and multi-family customers. These volumes are: Attribute Assumed Volume Contributions Rooms 14.5 gpd Water Closet 54.2 gpd Baths 45.2 gpd Separate Showers 45.2 gpd Cost Allocation: Process of distributing cost of service (revenue requirements to be recovered from rates) to Functional Cost Components and then to Customer Classes on the basis of their relative use of the system (Units of Service) through application of unit costs. Customer Class: A group of customers having homogeneous characteristics. Customer Costs: Costs which tend to vary in proportion to the number of customers connected to the system. These include costs related to acquisition of water utility billing data, billing, collecting and accounting. Customer Impact: The financial restraints possible from the results of the proposed rate adjustments on typical residential, commercial and industrial customers of the District. Debt Service Coverage: A measure of the adequacy of Net Revenues from operations to pay interest and principal payments on all proposed and/or outstanding bonds. Coverage requirements are often dictated by bond covenants and are usually stated as the ratio of net revenues to actual or maximum debt service. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-4 Depreciation: The loss in service value, not restored by current maintenance, which occurs in utility plants in service due to decay, inadequacy and obsolescence. Depreciation accounting is usually based on an annual percentage allowance of plant investment equal to the original investment spread over the useful life of the facility and/or specific property within each facility. Detention Basin: A constructed basin designed to allow the release of stormwater at a slower rate than it is collected from a drainage area with the difference in stormwater being held in temporary storage. Discharger: Any user which contributes wastewater to the sewer system. District: Refers to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District or MSD. The District is organized pursuant to Article VI, Section 30 of the Missouri State Constitution that empowers the people in the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County “to establish a metropolitan district for functional administration of services common to the area.” Domestic Strength Wastewater: Wastewater principally contributed from residential dwellings. This wastewater is also commonly called normal strength wastewater. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): A regulatory agency established by the U.S. Congress to administer the Nation’s environmental laws. Equivalent Bills: A means of relating customers with higher service requirements to a base customer to put them on an equivalent basis. Equivalent bills are used in this report to relate service requirements of Tier 2 through Tier 5 non-residential customers to Tier 1 non-residential customers not requiring inspections. Extra Strength Wastewater: Wastewater having a BOD, COD, or suspended solids strength that exceeds the maximum allowed limits for normal or domestic strength wastewater. Extra strength wastewater is wastewater with a BOD strength above 300 ppm or a COD strength above 600 ppm and/or suspended solids concentration greater than 300 ppm. Extra Strength Surcharges: Extra strength surcharges are applied to monitored non-residential customers generating excess biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total suspended solids (TSS). Fiscal Year: An annual period used for budgeting and reporting purposes, this may or may not vary from the traditional calendar year. For this District the Fiscal Year begins on July 1st and ends on the last day of June of the next year. Functional Cost Components: Classification of costs or investment by system function, including volume, capacity, BOD, and suspended solids and customer components. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-5 Grant: A contribution from one governmental entity to another entity. The contributions typically made to help construct new System facilities. Industrial User: Users of the Wastewater System which discharge wastewater of different quality than normal or Domestic Strength Wastewater. Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) I/I is water entering the sewer system either through groundwater infiltration (e.g. sewer joints or cracks) or surface water inflow, (manhole covers, catch basins, or roof drains). For the District, inflow also includes stormwater that is conveyed to the wastewater treatment plant by Combined Sewers. Interceptor Sewer: A sewer that receives dry weather flow from a number of transverse sanitary sewers, as well as some Infiltration/Inflow and conducts the total flow to a treatment or disposal point. Low-Income Assistance Credit: Current policy defines CAP eligibility as residential customers with household income for the previous year less than 200% of the most recent Health and Human Services (HHS) poverty guidelines by household size and less than 250% for disabled individuals or those ages 65 or older. Maximum Annual Debt Service: Refers to bonds outstanding and their maximum principal and interest due in the current or future fiscal year. mg/l: Refers to “milligrams per liter” and is synonymous with part per million (ppm). Both unit expressions are commonly used to report the results of laboratory analyses of wastewater samples. MDNR: Refers to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, a Missouri state governmental agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of state and federal water pollution control policies and laws. The MDNR is also responsible for reviewing and approving the District’s system of wastewater charges for compliance with federal user charge requirements in accordance with 40 CFR Section 35.929. Multifamily Residential Customer: Two or more residential units connected to a single water meter. National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES): The national permit program established by the Clean Water Act to control the quality of waters discharged to the Nation’s receiving streams. The NPDES program is administered by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the State of Missouri. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-6 Net Revenue: Refers to the Revenues less the Expenses for certain periods, excluding any profits or losses on the early extinguishment of debt or on the sale or other disposition, not in the ordinary course of business, of investments or fixed or capital assets. Non-categorical Industrial User: Industrial users who are not subject to Federal Categorical Pretreatment Standards. Non-Residential Customer: All other customers served by the District that are not classified as Single Family Residential customers or Multifamily Residential Customers. OMCI Fund: Operating, Maintenance and Construction Improvement funds defined by specific geographic boundaries and funded by ad valorem taxes for the benefit of customers located within those respective subdistrict boundaries. Operating Reserve: Refers to an amount of funds held for the purpose of meeting normal operation and maintenance expenses for a specified time in the event of a loss of revenue. Operation and Maintenance Expenses: The reasonable and necessary current expenses of the District paid or accrued in operating and maintaining the System. Ordinance: A formal legislative enactment by the governing body that has the full force and effect of law within the boundaries of the municipality or district to which it applies. Outfall Sewer: A sewer that receives wastewater from a collection system or from a treatment plant and directs it to a point of final discharge. Primary Treatment: Refers to the first stage of wastewater treatment whereby a substantial amount of suspended matter is removed by sedimentation or other means. Property: A lot or parcel of real estate, whether public or private, which is served by the Wastewater System or Stormwater System. Reserve Fund Requirement: An amount required to be held in the Debt Service Reserve Fund for payment of bonded debt according to General Resolution. Residential Customers: Refers to Single Family and Multifamily Residential Customers, collectively. Revenue Bonds: Bonds payable solely from net or gross non tax revenues derived from charges or rents paid by users of the facilities constructed with the proceeds of the bond issue. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-7 Revenues: Refers to all rates, fees, rentals, other charges, income and revenue property allocable to the System in accordance with generally accepted principals resulting from the ownership and operation of the System, except customer deposits and any other deposits subject to refund by the District. Runoff: That part of rainfall which is not absorbed, transpired, evaporated or left in surface depression; and which then flows controlled or uncontrolled into a part of the Stormwater System. Sanitary Sewer: A sewer that carries the liquid and waterborne wastes contributed by customers together with minor quantities of ground and surface waters that are not intentionally admitted to the sanitary or separate sewer. Secondary Treatment: Refers to the treatment of wastewater by biological methods after Primary Treatment. Series: Refers to Bonds issued at the same time or sharing some other common term or characteristic and designated as a separate Series. Single Family Residential Customer: A single one-family residential unit connected to a single water meter. State: Refers to the State of Missouri. Stormwater: Any water or drainage resulting from precipitation which may or may not be mixed with an accumulation of dirt, soil and other debris or substances collected from the surfaces on which such precipitation falls or flows. Stormwater Design Standards: The most current published edition of “Rules and Regulations and Engineering Design Requirements for Sanitary Sewerage and Stormwater Drainage Facilities” and “Standard Construction Specifications for Sewers and Drainage Facilities” as ratified and approved from time to time by the Board. Stormwater Facility or Stormwater Facilities: Various drainage works that may include sewers, pipes, inlets, conduits, manholes, energy dissipation structures, channels, outlets, retention/detention basins and other structural components. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-8 Stormwater System: All man-made facilities, structures and natural Watercourses used for collecting and conducting Stormwater to, through and from drainage areas to the points of final outlet including but not limited to any and all of the following: sewers, pipes, inlets, conduits and appurtenant features, canals, creeks, channels, catch basins, ditches, streams, rivers, gulches, gullies, flumes, culverts, siphons, retention or detention basins, dams, floodwalls, levees and pumping stations. Subdistrict: OMCI tax areas defined by specific geographic boundaries other than those associated with the district-wide tax and the stormwater O&M tax. Surcharge: Set of BOD, COD, and Suspended Solids unit charges that are applied to non- residential customers that discharge Extra Strength Wastewater and have a Contributed Wastewater Volume equal to or greater than 8,000 cubic feet (80 Ccf) per month. Customers can be charged either the BOD or COD surcharge but not both. Typically, if the BOD/COD ratio is less than 0.35, the District will impose the COD surcharge instead of the BOD surcharge for such Extra Strength Wastewater. Suspended Solids (SS): Suspended Solids are a measurement of the insoluble solids that either float on the surface of, or are in suspension in water, wastewater or other liquids. SS is one common measurement of wastewater strength. System: Refers to the District’s entire Wastewater System together with the Stormwater System. System Availability Charge: Charge designed to recover the portion of infiltration/inflow (I/I) costs assigned to customers on the basis of the number of accounts. Transmittal Letter: A letter from the District to the MSD Rate Commission formally requesting consideration of its Rate Change Proposal. Unit Cost: Allocated functional costs divided by related system Units of Service. User: Any individual, firm, proprietorship, partnership, company, municipality, state, federal or local governmental entity, association, society, corporation, group or other entity served by the Wastewater System or Stormwater System. Volume Charge: Wastewater charge applied to each customer’s Contributed Wastewater Volume is called Volume Charge. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-9 Wastewater System: All portions of the District’s System related specifically to the collection, transportation, treatment and disposal of wastewater and its byproducts. The term Wastewater System more specifically includes, but is not limited to, sewage and wastewater treatment and disposal plants, sewage pumping plants, sewer maintenance yards and headquarters, intercepting and collection sewers, outfall sewers, trunk, connecting, relief and other sewer mains and additions to, alterations of, and reconstruction of, any of them and the lands, rights of way, pipe, conduits, equipment, machinery, apparatus and property necessary therefore. Watershed: An area of land that drains water, sediment and dissolved materials to a common outlet at some point along a stream channel. It is also referred to as a drainage basin or river basin. SECTION 9 - INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 9-1 INDEX Ad valorem taxes-----------------------------------------------------ES-7,5-1,5-2,5-4,5-5,5-6,6-1,8-6. Bad Debt---------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-8,4-10,4-12,7-1. Best Equated Period----------------------------------------------------------------------4-5,4-6,4-3,8-1. Billable Wastewater (WW) Volume---------------------------------------ES-8,4-5,4-8,4-31,6-3,8-3. Biochemical Oxygen Demand-----Abbr-1,4-1,4-27,4-28,4-31,4-35,4-38,5-1,8-1,8-2,8-4,8-6,8-8. Board of Trustees----------------------------------------------------------Intro./MSD,Abbr-1,4-38,8-1. Capital Costs-------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26,4-27,4-28,4-32. Capital Improvements----------------------------ES-6,4-12,4-13,4-16,4-17,4-20,4-21,4-26,5-4,5-9. Chemical Oxygen Demand-----------------------------------------------Abbr-1,4-1,4-27,8-1,8-2,8-4. City of St. Louis-------------------------------------------------------Introd.,Abbr-1,ES-1,6-6,8-1,8-4. Compliance Charge-------------------------------------------------ES-1,4-1,4-24,4-32,4-35,4-38,8-2. Connection Fee-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-23. Consent Decree---------------------------------------------------------------------P.O.-2,Abbr-1,7-7,8-2. Cost of Service-----------Tbl-2,Fig-3,ES-5,4-12,4-24,4-25,4-26,4-27,4-28,4-29,4-30,4-32,4-34,4- 36,4-38,4-39,4-40,8-3. Customer Classes---------- Tbl-s,ES-8,4-3,4-24,4-28,4-30,4-31,4-32,4-33,4-34,4-35,4-36,6-3,8-3. Customers: Metered--------------------------------Fig-3,ES-1,ES-8,4-1,4-5,4-6,4-31,4-35,6-3,7-4,Sec.8.1.4,8-3. Multi-Family Residential-----------------------------------------------------------------4-38,5-2,6-6,6-3. Non-Residential--------ES-1,4-1,4-3,4-6,4-30,4-31,4-32,4-35,4-38,4-39,5-2,6-6,8-2,8-4,8-6,8-8. Single Family Residential--------------------------------------------------ES-8,4-38,4-40,6-3,8-6,8-7. Unmetered--------------------Tbl-2,Fig-3, ES-1,ES-8,4-1,4-5,4-6,4-31,4-35,6-3,7-4,Sec.8.1.4,8-3. Debt Financing------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-16,4-17,4-40. Debt Service----------------------------Tbl-1,ES-3,4-12,4-17,4-18,4-20,4-21,4-23,4-26,8-3,8-5,8-6. Debt Service Coverage-----------------------------------------------------------4-17,4-20,4-21,4-23,8-3. Depreciation------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26,8-4. Direct Costs-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26. Environmental Protection Agency--------------------------------------P.O.-2,Abbr.-1.4-15,8-2,8-4. SECTION 9 - INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 9-2 Equivalent Bills--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-32,8-4 Existing Stormwater Rates------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-1. Existing Wastewater Rates--------------------------------------------------------------------4-2,4-35. Extra Strength Surcharges-------------------------------------------------------ES-11,4-35,8-2,8-4. Functional Cost Components-------------------------------------------------------4-26,4-27,8-3,8-4. Fund Balances----------------------------------------------------------------------4-16,4-17,4-23,5-9. Grants---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-16,4-17,8-2. Impervious Area-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-2,5-3. Indoor Water Usage------------------------------------------------------------------------4-5,4-31,8-3. Infiltration/Inflow-----------------------------------------------Abbr-1,4-12,4-24,4-31,4-33,8-5,8-8. Interest Rates----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-18 Late Charges---------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-10,5-1,5-8. Missouri Department of Natural Resources------------------------------------------Abbr-1,5-6,8-5. Net Revenue--------------------------------------------------------------------4-10,4-22,4-23,8-3,8-6. Non-operating Revenue--------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-10,4-28. Operating Costs-----------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26,5-2,5-5. Operating Reserve-------------------------------Fig-3,ES-3,4-12,4-19,4-20,4-23,5-4,5-6,5-9,8-6. Operation and Maintenance Expense----------------------------------------------------4-12,5-4,8-6. Paygo-------------------------------------------------------------P.O-2,Abbr-2,4-12,4-16,4-17,4-40. Plant Investment----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26,8-4. Rate Commission----------------------------------------------------------------Intro.,P.O.-2,4-38,8-8. Rate Design------------------------------------------------Intro.,P.O.-1,P.O.-2,ES-3,ES-6,4-39,4-40. Revenue Bonds------------------------------------P.O.-2,ES-3,4-16,4-17,4-18,4-20,4-23,4-40,8-6. Revenue: Requirements------------------------------------4-12,4-20,4-21,4-26,4-28,4-34,4-39,5-4,5-9,8-3. Revenues: Operating------------------------------Tbl-1,Tbl-2,4-8,4-10,4-11,4-12,4-23,4-28,5-8,5-9. Other--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-23,5-8. Routine Annual Capital Improvements-------------------------------------------------------- 4-12,4-26. SECTION 9 - INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER & STORMWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 9-3 Sewer System: Combined Sewers--------------------------------------------------------------5-1,8-2,8-5. Sanitary Sewers--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8.5. St. Louis County----------------------------------------------------Intro.,Abbr-1,ES-1,5-1,6-6,8-1,8-4. State Revolving Loan Fund--------------------------- Abbr.-2,ES-3,4-13,4-16,4-17,4-18,4-20,4-23. Suspended Solids-----------------------------------------Abbr-2,4-1,4-27,4-31,4-35,4-38,8-2,8-4,8-8. Test Year----------------------------------------------------------------Tbl.-1,4-24,4-26,4-27,4-28,4-36. Typical Bills------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6-4. Unit Costs---------------------------------------------------Tbl.-2,4-26,4-30,4-32,4-33,4-38,4-39,8-3. Wastewater Service Charges: Billing and Collection-------------------------------------------------Intro.,4-1,4-32,4-35,8-1. System Availability-------------------------------------------------------------4-1,4-35,8-1,8-8. Compliance Charge--------------------------------------------------4-1,4-24,4-32,4-35,4-38. Extra Strength Surcharges-----------------------------------------------------4-1,4-35,8-2,8-4. Volume Charge----------------------------------------------ES-1,4-1,4-24,4-35,4-38,8-2,8-8. Wastewater Strength: BOD------------------------- Abbr-1,4-1,4-27,4-28,4-31,4-35,4-38,5-1,8-1,8-2,8-4,8-6,8-8. COD---------------------------------------------------------------- Abbr-1,4-1,4-27,8-1,8-2,8-4. Suspended Solids--------- Abbr-1,4-1,4-27,4-28,4-31,4-35,4-38,5-1,8-1,8-2,8-4,8-6,8-8. Wastewater Utility------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-12.