WHCRWA Town Hall 2012 - Fall

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WHCRWA Town Hall 2012 - Fall

  1. 1. 2012 TOWN HALL NOVEMBER 7, 2012 The Authority makes no representations or warranties regarding the amount of its future fees or water rates,conditions of service, terms of its Groundwater Reduction Plan, terms of its future orders or rules, or any other matters set forth in this presentation.
  2. 2. Status of FacilitiesStatus of ConversionOngoing Issues2020 SystemFinancesQ&A
  3. 3. 53 miles of pipelines in operationPump Station #1 15 MG storageUpgraded Control/SCADA System
  4. 4. 5 active contracts8.4 miles of pipelinesConnections to 3 Water PlantsUpgrade to supply metering station
  5. 5. STATUS OF CONVERSION § Surface Water to 50 Water Plants § 39 Districts converted § 2 more Districts with 2 Water Plants by end of 2012 § 30.1 percent converted in 2011 (extreme drought) § 35.3 percent converted to date
  6. 6. SW PURCHASED FROM CITY OF HOUSTON
  7. 7. CITY OF HOUSTON FY ITEM 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013Treated Water 0.3584 0.3799 0.6187 0.4341 0.3754 0.5489 0.4882CostsUntreated Water 0.1054 0.1260 0.1224 0.1170 0.1109 0.1444 0.1343CostsMajor Rehab -- -- 0.2140 0.1468 0.0158 0.1667Total Water Cost 0.4638 0.5059 0.9551 0.6979 0.5021 0.6932 0.7891per 1000 Gallons Figures for FY2007 through FY 2011 are based on true-up costs. FY 2012 and FY 2013 are based on City of Houston estimated O&M cost prior to true-up.
  8. 8. Contracts 39 & 40§ Design 90 percent completeAcquiring easements forContracts 33, 34 & 49
  9. 9. Start with Census Bureau 2010 Census2010 Census equal to projections for 2020Compared with projections for HGSCApproximately 2 percent per year until 2020
  10. 10. Water level dropped 85 feetRecovered only 40 feet
  11. 11. For use of untreated surface water or wastewater effluentCredit equal to 50 percent of then current pumpage feeCredit for up to 10 yearsFor recovery of construction cost of projectCurrently have one project: Pine Forest Country Club
  12. 12. § Drought of 2011§ City of Houston draft revised plan§ Authority to re-evaluate plan§ Districts need to consider modifying plans
  13. 13. § HGSD, FBSD, LSGWCD joint study§ Improved groundwater model§ Updated population projections§ Study completed by end of 2012§ Potential regulatory plan changes
  14. 14. $41,965,000 WIF LoanInterest rate approximately 1.1667 %For Second Source Transmission Lines Preliminary Engineering Surveying ROW Acquisition Environmental Permitting
  15. 15. Luce BayouCOH Treatment Plant CapacityNorth-South Second Source ProjectEast-West Second Source ProjectRepump StationCentral Pump StationCIP Distribution LinesConnections to MUDs
  16. 16. § Expansion of NEWPP§ 8-10 years to plan, design, construct§ Participants include COH, WHCRWA, NHCRWA, NFBWA, CHCRWA§ Initial evaluations in progress
  17. 17. North-South and East-West routesJoint WHCRWA/NFBWAProjected 39 miles of 96 pipeEnvironmental Studies in progressPermitting ongoingAcquiring additional easements
  18. 18. Sites acquiredSites platted and recordedPermit for Repump issuedJoint WHCRWA/NFBWA
  19. 19. Approximately 75 milesEvaluating alternate routes 75 MILESAcquiring easementsDesigning and constructingsections Close loops DELIVER EVAL Deliver contract IN WINTER ROUTES supply in winter DESIGN ACQUIRE & CONSTRUCT EASEMENTS
  20. 20. YTD BUDGET YTD ACTUAL Revenues $32,796,271 $27,634,071 Expenditures Operating Fund $ 9,228,972 $ 6,663,239Bond Debt Service Fund $16,572,409 $18,094,493 Transfer Construction Fund $11,735,797 $14,497,497 (from Bond Proceeds)Second Source Project $2,932,500 $1,597,755 (from Bond Proceeds)
  21. 21. Revenues $36,557,286 Expenditures Operating Fund $10,392,150Bond Debt Service $25,811,530 Fund TransferConstruction Fund $16,563,500 (from Bond Proceeds) Second Source $11,100,000 (from Bond Proceeds)
  22. 22. SURFACE WATER GROUNDWATERWHCRWA $2.15 $1.75NHCRWA $2.20 $1.75NFBWA $1.85 $1.50
  23. 23. SURFACE WATER GROUNDWATERCURRENT $2.15 $1.75 2013 ? ? HGSD Disincentive Fee $5.00 per 1,000 gallons
  24. 24. www.whcrwa.com

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