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R2533R E S O L U T I O N NO. 2533 WHEREAS, in order for the St. Louis Community to address health and safety issues and to comply with federal and state clean water laws and regulations, the community, through The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) must construct, improve, renovate, repair and replace wastewater facilities and systems, including sewers, pump stations, treatment plants, and such appurtenances as necessary, and WHEREAS, MSD intends to call for an election on February 3, 2004, presenting to St. Louis City and County voters the option of funding said improvements by authorizing the issuance of Five Hundred Million Dollars ($500,000,000.00) in revenue bonds to pay for the local share to build the necessary improvements to meet federal and state clean water laws and regulations, and WHEREAS, the water environment of the community will be greatly enhanced by these improvements for this generation and future generations of St. Louisans, and WHEREAS, the construction activity as generated in the community by this work will create hundreds of new jobs and benefit the entire regional economy, and WHEREAS, the MSD Board of Trustees and District Staff are limited in spending these funds solely for the engineering, construction, and other related project costs (i.e. easement acquisitions) associated with those projects, designed to bring the community into compliance with federal and state clean water laws and regulations, as identified in Exhibit A of this resolution, and WHEREAS, should the projects listed in Exhibit A be completed under budget, the MSD Board of Trustees and District Staff are limited in spending any remaining funds solely for the engineering, construction, and other related project costs (i.e. easement acquisitions) associated with those projects, designed to bring our community into compliance with federal and state clean water laws and regulations, as identified in Exhibit B of this resolution, and WHEREAS, the engineering of all projects to be funded by this bond issue shall be done by qualified professional engineers as selected by a fair and independent process of reviewing firms’ qualifications and knowledge of the work to be performed, and WHEREAS, the construction of all projects to be built from the proceeds of such bond issue shall be subject to the competitive bid process, and WHEREAS, any and all parties receiving compensation for work completed on behalf of MSD from funds generated by the sale of said revenue bonds authorized by the voters in the February 3, 2004 election shall be required to sign a conflict of interest statement prior to being selected by MSD to perform any work, and WHEREAS, none of the funds generated by the sale of said revenue bonds authorized by the voters in the February 3, 2004 election shall be used for any nonbond related expenditures, such as salaries, benefits nor any other operating expenses, and WHEREAS, the funds generated from the sale of such bonds approved by voters at the February 3, 2004 election, will be placed into a special fund created by The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Board of Trustees specifically for the engineering, construction, and other related project costs associated with the projects identified in Exhibit A and if applicable, Exhibit B of this resolution, and WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees and Staff will make quarterly reports on the progress of the projects listed in Exhibit A, and if applicable, Exhibit B of this resolution and shall have an independent audit conducted by an outside accounting firm to audit the projects as they progress. The results of the audits will be made available to the public, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT THAT, it wishes to pledge to the public it serves its commitment to help protect their health and safety, and preserve the water resources of our community by building the projects identified in Exhibit A and if applicable, Exhibit B of this resolution. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Board requests the public’s help and support in this task by its vote on February 3, 2004. The foregoing Resolution was adopted September 11, 2003. ATTACHMENT A – PROJECT LIST FOR $500 MILLION BOND ISSUE NO. PROJECT NAME TREATMENT PLANTS 1 COLDWATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS 2 FENTON WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS 3 GRAND GLAIZE WWTP IMPROVEMENTS 4 LEMAY WWTP WET WEATHER EXPANSION 5 LEMAY WWTP WET WEATHER EXPANSION PHASE I 6 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER LAGOON CLOSURE 7 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL 8 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - LIFT STATION 9 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - MATTESE CREEK SEWER 10 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT 11 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT ELECTRICAL SUPPLY 12 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT WETLANDS MITIGATION PHASE II 13 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES - BAUMGARTNER 14 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES - WWTP 15 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP EDUCATIONAL/RECREATIONAL FACILITY 16 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 17 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION SERVICES - BAUMGARTNER 18 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP NATURAL TREATMENT AREA 19 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP SITE PRELOADING PHASE II 20 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER WWTP SITE RESTORATION/LANDSCAPING IMPROVEMENTS 21 MISSOURI RIVER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS 22 MISSOURI RIVER WWTP BIOSOLIDS REMOVAL - SOUTH LAGOON 23 TREATMENT PLANT CONSTRUCTION PHASE SERVICES SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW PROJECTS (SSOs) 1 ARBAN SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-509) 2 ARGONNE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-501) 3 BLACK CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HIGHWAY 40 TO WENLOU DRIVE) 4 CASTLE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-230) 5 CC-10 CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III 6 CC-11 AND CC-20 CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY RELIEF 7 CC-18 SMITH CREEK BRANCH SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-028) 8 CC-22 SCHOETTLER/CLAYTON TO HWY 40 SANITARY REPLACEMENT PHASE II 9 CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY TRUNK SEWER RELIEF PHASE I AND PHASE II 10 DANIEL BOONE TRUNK SEWER AND CHANNEL REPLACEMENT 11 DC-02 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF 12 DC-03 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I (RDP TO NORTH FOREST) 13 ELM TO LARSON PARK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II 14 EVA-WABASH SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I 15 FF-02 FEE FEE - ALAN SHEPARD I-270 SANITARY RELIEF PHASE IV 16 FF-02 FEE FEE - ALAN SHEPARD I-270 SANITARY RELIEF PHASE V 17 FF-08 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF 18 FF-15 MCKELVEY/R.R. TO ADIE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II AND PHASE III 19 FF-16 SCHUETZ - MEADOWSIDE TO PAGE SANITARY RELIEF 20 FROST - MIDWOOD SANITARY RELIEF 21 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE I ATTACHMENT A – PROJECT LIST FOR $500 MILLION BOND ISSUE 22 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III 23 LACLEDE STATION SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-576) 24 MARBENDALE - LEMP SANITARY FACILITIES CONSOLIDATION 25 MC-01 WEBSTER AND MARLBOROUGH TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF 26 MC-02 WATSON TO EDGAR RD SANITARY RELIEF 27 MC-05 LACLEDE STA/ROCKSPRING TO CHESHIRE SANITARY RELIEF 28 NORTH PRICE TO PENNELL SANITARY REPLACEMENT 29 PADDOCK CREEK SANITARY RELIEF 30 SPRING GARDEN - BANFF TO RIVERVIEW SANITARY RELIEF 31 ST. LOUIS WEST LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-309) 32 UPPER MALINE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III 33 UR-02 RIVER DES PERES SANITARY RELIEF 34 UR-06 UPPER RIVER DES PERES SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II 35 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK "E" SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS (CSOs) 1 BLACKSTONE - CLAREDON COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM 2 CHAMBERS - SOUTH BENTON SEWER SYSTEM 3 CLIFTON HEIGHTS COMBINED SEWER RELIEF 4 DAKOTA SEWER SYSTEM 5 EASTERN ROCKY BRANCH COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM 6 FERRY COMBINED RELIEF 7 FILLMORE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS 8 GLAISE AND ROCK CREEK SEWER RELIEF 9 GRAND AND BATES RELIEF PHASE II -LOCAL SEWERS (ST. LOUIS CSO PROJECT) GRAND AND BATES RELIEF PHASE II (TUNNEL) 10 HARLEM - BADEN PHASE IV (ROSALIE AND HEBERT AREAS) 11 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE II (NORTH POINTE) - ORIOLE STORM SEWERS/DETENTION BASIN 12 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE III (BROADWAY) 13 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE III (HIGHLAND) 14 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE V (GOODFELLOW AND STRATFORD) 15 HARLEM - BADEN RELIEF PHASE V (THEODORE/ASHBY AND CORA/MARCUS) 16 HARLEM - BADEN SEWER RELIEF TUNNEL 17 LEMAY ORS MIDDLE RDP (L-05B) FOULWATER INTERCEPTOR SECTION B 18 LOUISA SEWER DISTRICT 19 MACKLIND CSO STORAGE AND TREATMENT FACILITY 20 MAPLEWOOD - BLENDON COMBINED SEWER RELIEF PHASE I 21 RHODES AVENUE RELIEF SEWER 22 TOWER GROVE-MANCHESTER COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM 23 WESTERN ROCKY BRANCH SEWER SYSTEM ATTACHMENT B – CONTINGENCY PROJECT LIST FOR $500 MILLION BOND ISSUE NO. PROJECT NAME SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS (SSOs) 1 BELLEFONTAINE #1 LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-315) 2 BRIGHTWELL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-213) 3 CAPILLA SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-511) 4 CC-08 ISLEVIEW DR AND WOODSBLUFF SANITARY RELIEF 5 CC-13 CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY RELIEF 6 CC-14 CREVE COEUR CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-026) 7 COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION A, PHASE I 8 COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION A, PHASE II 9 CREVE COEUR CREEK (L-52) PUMP STATION IMPROVEMENTS 10 DUCHESNE RELIEF LATERAL (SKME-232) 11 FENTON CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-401A) 12 FF-18 VILLADORADO - LACKLAND - PAGE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-015) 13 FORESTWOOD LATERAL SANITARY (SKME-321) 14 FOUNTAIN/ANTHONY LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-236) 15 GC-07 GRAVOIS CREEK TO STONELL DR SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-519) 16 GRAVOIS TRUNK (WHITECLIFF TO RDP) SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II 17 HARRISON SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-502) 18 KICKAPOO SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-518) 19 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-226) 20 NORTHLAND LATERAL SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-310) 21 OAK DRIVE TO BOPP LANE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II 22 KIRKWOOD/ROTHERWOOD PUMP STATION P-401 MODIFICATIONS (SKME-525) 23 WINDSOR FOREST NO. 2 PUMP STATION P-412 MODIFICATIONS (SKME-524) 24 PUMP STATION P-726 MODIFICATION (SKME-029) 25 SCHOETTLER SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-018) 26 SEPARATE SEWER AREA - INFLOW/ INFILTRATION ASSESSMENT 27 SEPARATE SEWER AREA - INFLOW/ INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROJECTS 28 SEPARATE SEWER AREA FLOW METERING AND MONITORING 29 TAYLOR - FILLMORE SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-503) 30 UPPER SUGAR CREEK SANITARY RELIEF SECTION C, PHASEII 31 WIEGEL LATERAL SANITRY RELIEF (SKME-313) COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW (CSOs) 1 COMBINED SEWER AREA - INFLOW/INFILTRATION ASSESSMENT 2 COMBINED SEWER AREA -FLOW METERING AND MONITORING 3 CSO - FLOATABLE REMOVAL DEMONSTRATION PROJECT PHASE I 4 CSO - GREENBRIAR COMBINED SEW ER SEPARATION 5 CSO - INTERCEPTOR & OUTFALL MODIFICATIONS 6 CSO - INTERCEPTOR ACCESS AND MONITORING IMPROVEMENTS 7 CSO - RIVERVIEW NORTH SEWER SEPARATION/ELIMINATION 8 CSO - WAVERTON AND MAGNOLIA CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-179) ELIMINATION 9 LEMAY PUMP STATION NO. 3 AND FORCE MAIN IMPROVEMENTS 10 MANCHESTER AVENUE COMBINED SEWER RELIEF 11 REAV-TEL SANITARY RELIEF ATTACHMENT B – CONTINGENCY PROJECT LIST FOR $500 MILLION BOND ISSUE PROPOSED CMOM REGULATIONS 1 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS 2 OLD MILL CREEK SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE I - RANKEN TO 21ST STREET 3 OLD MILL CREEK SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE II - GRAND TO RANKEN 4 RADAR RAINFALL DATA 5 SEWER IMPROVEMENTS IN ST. LOUIS CITY PARKS PHASE II 6 SMALL SEWER REHABILITATION IN THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS 7 WATERSHED FACILITY PLANNING 8 WATKINS CREEK TO MALINE REHABILITATION PHASE II