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Platte County EDC Hunt Midwest B.T. Residential, LLC (MD Management, Inc.) Amber Meadows, Inc. (Tim Harris/Jim Haug) John Dillingham Carolyn Clark Skyview.

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1 Platte County EDC Hunt Midwest B.T. Residential, LLC (MD Management, Inc.) Amber Meadows, Inc. (Tim Harris/Jim Haug) John Dillingham Carolyn Clark Skyview Terrace Company Tuf-Flight Industries, Inc. Coleen McCorkle Morris Creekwood Park, LLC (Dan Carr/Rick Baier) Union Bank (Undeveloped Genesis Subdivision)

2 1957:Black & Veatch Kansas City Sewer Master Plan. 1960:Voters approved $75M sewer bonds to extend and improve sewer system. 1962:KCMO annexed 122 square miles of unincorporated Platte and Clay Counties into the City. 1963:$12M in bonds were issued for the Second Creek Interceptor and Treatment Plant and First Creek Interceptor and Treatment Plant as future Master Plan improvements. 1968:$10M in bonds were issued. Black & Veatch updated the Master Plan anticipating the cost would increase from $75M to $100M. The Master Plan continued to show First and Second Creek Interceptors and pumping stations as future projects. 1973:$15M in bonds were issued. Black & Veatch updated the Master Plan costs from $100M to $140M. The City identified the estimated costs for the Second Creek improvements at $4M and First Creek at $2.8M.

3 History 1993:Kansas City International Airport Master Plan identified two interceptor sewer lines are scheduled for construction, the First and Second Creek Interceptor Sewers. 2005:Voters approved an additional $250M sewer bonds, based in part on the promise that First and Second Creek sewer improvements would be financed with these bonds :Water Services Department entered into design contracts worth $2.5M to design pump stations for both First and Second Creek areas. 2010:Water Services Department has the design drawings that are 90% complete for Second Creek and 30% complete for First Creek. However, they have stopped work on the project because the City decided to allocate those funds to resolve MDNR and EPA complaints regarding water discharges from KCMOs existing treatment plants.

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9 MISSOURI RIVER PLATTE RIVER MISSOURI

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11 Existing Treatment Facilities

12 Existing Todd Creek Treatment Facility Existing Rocky Branch Treatment Facility Proposed Second Creek Pumping Station Proposed First Creek Pumping Station Second Creek Watershed +/- 9,900 Acres First Creek Watershed +/- 4,600 Acres Existing Pumping Stations Proposed Gravity Sewers

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17 1 st and 2 nd Creek 1996 (+/- 14,500 AC)Little Shoal Creek 1996 (+/- 3,300 AC)

18 1 st and 2 nd Creek 2006 (+/- 14,500 AC)Little Shoal Creek 2006 (+/- 3,300 AC)

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20 130,000 persons Gladstone = 28,000 persons First and Second Creek Watershed is 2.6 times the size of Gladstone (based upon KCIA Area Plan projected Land Use Densities) 75,000 persons (based upon 5 persons per acre) Annual KCMO share of First Creek PILOTs & EATs Annual KCMO share of Second Creek PILOTs & EATs $49.5M ($93.5M)

21 1 st /2 nd Creek – Phasing Plan Ultimate Improvement for 1 st and 2 nd creek sewers – $70M Phased improvement Phase 1 – 2011 thru $45M Phase 2 – Upon Demand - $25M

22 Existing Todd Creek Treatment Facility Existing Rocky Branch Treatment Facility Phase 1 Proposed First Creek Pumping Station Phase 1 Existing Pumping Stations School District Boundary Proposed Interceptor Sewers Phase 1 Proposed Collector Sewers Phase 1 Proposed Second Creek Pumping Station Phase 1 Existing Treatment Facility k Proposed Interchanges Proposed Pumping Stations Proposed Interceptor Sewers Phase 1 Future Interceptor Sewers Phase 2

23 Proposed Funding Opportunities Pump Station Force Main – 1 st and 2 nd Creek – KCMO – $12.5M Interceptor Sewers > 24 KCI TIF with KCMO Funding Agreement – $26.5M Collection Sewers < 24" KCI TIF - $5.2M Note: KCMO is funding $1.8M for Platte Purchase Park Branch, net TIF Funds + $3.2M

24 KCI TIF Expansion Area Promote roof tops to support in place commercial development Collect increment Increase from Neighborhood Retail Areas: Park Place Bittersweet Leverage $ 40M KCMO funding agreement

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