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Metropolitan Council Environmental Services A Clean Water Agency Presented to the Environment Committee Sept. 22 & Oct. 13, 2009 I/I Grant Program Discussion.

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1 Metropolitan Council Environmental Services A Clean Water Agency Presented to the Environment Committee Sept. 22 & Oct. 13, 2009 I/I Grant Program Discussion Kyle Colvin, Assistant Engineering Manager Jason Willett, ES Finance Director

2 2 Regional I/I Mitigation Efforts Summary Phase 1: ( ) — Regional I/I loans/grants to local governments Phase 2: ( ) — Task Force — Local mitigation (“surcharge”) program — Foundation drain and service line grant program Phase 3: (2013 and later) — Demand Charge

3 3 Phase 1: I/I grant and loan programs — 1993: $200,000 grants, studies — 1996: $400,000 grants, studies/projects — 1998: $500,000 grants, studies/projects — 2000: $275,000 grants, projects — Total:$1,375,000 Regional I/I Mitigation Efforts Summary

4 4 Phase 2: Regional Grants — January 2008: – Council offered community grants for private foundation drain disconnections –$700,000 budget –Source: Unspent grant funds from another program — October 2008: – Grant program expanded to include private service line work — May 2009: – Grant program fully spent

5 5 Program Reimbursement History

6 6 Community Reimbursement Golden Valley:$85,728 Maple Plain:$16,801 St. Paul: $207,478 West St. Paul: $389,993

7 7 Community Reimbursement Council Paid Total Spent Golden Valley$85,728$263,118 Maple Plain$16,801 $43,239 St. Paul $207,478$682,368 West St. Paul $389,993 $1,295,213 Totals $700,000 $2,283,938 Average cost of service line rehab: $5,100 — 445 services repaired Average cost of foundation drain disconnect: $2,000 — 15 foundation drains disconnected

8 8 Communities Asking for Continuation Eagan Golden Valley Maple Plain Minneapolis St. Paul West St. Paul

9 9 Restart Considerations Effective date? — Discontinuity of funding if program not retroactive to May Limits: — $s or $/community, $/year or $/capita? Limited to communities with current surcharge requirements? Require city match?

10 10 Possible Funding Sources Council: Wastewater reserve funds, future budget item? PFA: Set asides from clean water or drinking water project funds? State:Clean Water Legacy allocation? Other?

11 11 Questions/Concerns


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