Funding USEPA Stormwater MandateWarren Co Fiscal Court/City of Plum Springs 2010 KAMM / KSA Conference Building Mitigation Partnerships for a Better Kentucky April 19 - 22
Funding USEPA Stormwater MandateWarren Co Fiscal Court/City of Plum Springs Wednesday April 21st Plum Springs Warren County Joint StormWater Sewer Agency (PSWCJSWS Agency) Jack Wright, Manager
Funding USEPA Stormwater Mandate Outline 1`Assess the available options for funding, 2`Strategies for initiating action, 3`Launch plan into action, 4`Initial monitoring of the plan of action, 5`Maintenance of the plan of action.
to determine the rate or amount of (as a tax) to impose (as a tax) according to an established rate OR to subject to a tax, charge, or levy to make an official valuation of (property) for the purposes of taxation to determine the importance, size, or value of <assess a problem> to charge (a player or team) with a foul or penalty 1`Assess the available options for funding,
2`Strategies for initiating action, Political will to take action, Leader of the governmental unit must “see” need, Governing rules for funding “source”, Identify person to compose the legislation, Time frame for preparing/presenting, When to begin process Who to included in process Deadlines for submitting/voting on legislation.
3`Launch plan into action, Proper documents for all parties prepared Governmental Agencies Billing Agents if not Governmental Agency Depository Accounts Established Coordinate Signing Agreements Proper order Correct person(s) Kentucky State Government Authorization
ORDINANCE NO.07-17WC COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF WARREN ORDINANCE NUMBER 07-17WC COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY CITY OF PLUM SPRINGS ORDINANCE NUMBER 07-01 JOINT ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND APPROVING AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY OF WARREN, KENTUCKY AND THE CITY OF PLUM SPRINGS, KENTUCKY CREATING A JOINT STORM WATER SEWER AGENCY *** *** *** *** *** *** WHEREAS, the County of Warren and the City of Plum Springs are currently engaged in a cooperative effort to comply with the federally mandated Phase II Storm Water Management Program, the KPDES (Kentucky Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) Storm Water Discharge Permit Services, and Other Storm Water Related Services; and, WHEREAS, Warren Fiscal Court and the City of Plum Springs desire to enter into an Interloca1 Agreement, pursuant to KRS 65.210, for the creation of a joint sewer agency within all of Warren County, exclusive of the City of Bowling Green; and, WHEREAS, the parties to this Agreement are public agencies as defined by KRS 65.230 and are authorized, pursuant to KRS 65.240, to exercise and enjoy the powers, privileges, responsibilities and authority exercised or capable of exercising by a public agency of this Commonwealth; and, WHEREAS, the Kentucky Revised Statutes allow a County and a City to enter into an agreement to establish a joint sewer agency; and, WHEREAS, the City of Plum Springs is classified as a Sixth Class City, pursuant to KRS 81.010(6); and,
ORDINANCE NO.07-23WC COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF WARREN ORDINANCE NO.07-23WC AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF WARREN, KENTUCKY, AS AGENCY ADMINISTRATOR FOR THE PLUM SPRINGS AND WARREN COUNTY JOINT STORM WATER SEWER AGENCY, SETTING STORM WATER FEES FINANCING THE FEDERALLY MANDATED PHASE II STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM, PURSUANT TO KPDES (KENTUCKY POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM) STORM WATER DISCHARGE PERMIT SERVICES AND OTHER STORM WATER RELATED SERVICES), PURSUANT TO FEDERAL REGISTER VOLUME 64, 235. WHEREAS, pursuant to KRS 76.232 the County of Warren and the City of Plum Springs, established, by Ordinance, the Plum Springs and Warren County Joint Storm Water Sewer Agency for the purpose of, inter alia, (among other things) setting storm water fees, rates, rentals and/or charges for services, within the City and County, exclusive of the City of Bowling Green; and
ORDINANCE NO.07-23WC (cont’) WHEREAS, to comply with the State and Federal unfunded mandates with regard to storm water and related sewer issues, the Storm Water Manager has determined that a fee is necessary from both the residential and non-residential water customers of both Bowling Green Municipal Utilities and the Warren County Water District, who are located within Warren County, Kentucky, specifically excluding the water customers inside the city limits of Bowling Green; and WHEREAS, based upon the powers granted to the Agency under the joint ordinance establishing the Agency, the Agency Administrator (Warren County Fiscal Court) has determined it is in the best interest of the public health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the County, as a method of controlling, directing, and/or retaining surface run-off before it enters streams and/or groundwater, and preventing soil erosion; and NOW, therefore, be it HEREBY ORDAINED by the Fiscal Court of the County of Warren, Commonwealth, Kentucky, as follows: Section 1. Authority Section 2. Establishment of Rate Section 3. Storm Water Management Fee Payable Section 4. Request for Review.
4`Initial monitoring of the plan of action, Unpaid Fee Monitoring Monthly Contact Non Payers Penalty for Non Payers Coordinate Signing Agreements Proper order Correct person(s) Kentucky State Government Authorization
5`Maintenance of the plan of action. Ordinances Reviewed Penalty Ordinances Annually Five Year Cycle for KyDOW Permit Report Summary of Compliance Annually Fee Basis Reconcile to Annual Budgets Reconcile to KyDOW Permit Renewals Update Newly Elected Officials
Funding USEPA Stormwater MandateWarren Co Fiscal Court/City of Plum Springs Questions Jack Wright, Manager (PSWCJSWS Agency) www.warrencountygov.com (click on Stormwater Tab)