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“Nucor Road Industrial Corridor – Sanitary Sewer Project” Presented by: Justin Longstreth, P.E. Brian Hannon, P,E, Moore & Bruggink, Inc. October 14 th,

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1 “Nucor Road Industrial Corridor – Sanitary Sewer Project” Presented by: Justin Longstreth, P.E. Brian Hannon, P,E, Moore & Bruggink, Inc. October 14 th, 2010

2 Design Team Introduction ________________________ Brian Hannon, P.E. Moore & Bruggink, Inc. Justin Longstreth, P.E. Moore & Bruggink, Inc. Matt Healy, P.L.S., E.I.T VS Engineering, Inc. Doug Baldessari, CPA H.J. Umbaugh & Associates

3 Presentation Outline ________________________ Project Necessity Project Area Overview Sewer Collection & Treatment System Components Sustainable Design & Minimizing Environmental Impacts What does it cost? How do we pay for it?

4 Project Area Overview ____________

5 Groundwater Level Drainfield Well Septic Tank ________________________ Septic Tanks, Drainfields and Wells

6 Sanitary Sewer (Gravity) Sanitary Sewer (Gravity) Sewage Lift Station Sanitary Sewer Forcemain (Pressurized) Pump to Treatment Plant Sanitary Sewer Forcemain (Pressurized) Typical Sanitary Sewer Collection System ________________________

7 Project Necessity ________________________ Soil Conditions Existing Septic Systems Failing Potential Future Growth

8 Project Necessity __________

9 Alternative Design Considerations ________________________ Option 1: Do Nothing Option 2: Build Large, Centralized Wastewater Treatment Facility Option 3: Pump Sewage To Crawfordsville Wastewater Treatment Facility Option 4: Two Smaller Collection Systems And Treatment Facilities

10 Project Phasing ____________

11 Phase I Sanitary Sewer System ____________

12 Chigger Hollow Sanitary Sewer ___________

13 Chigger Hollow Sanitary Sewer ___________

14 Phase I Sanitary Sewer System ________________________ 30,000 Feet of Gravity Sewer 3,000 Feet of Pressurized Forcemain 1 Lift Station 1 Sequencing Batch Reactor Waste Water Treatment Plant

15 Phase II Sanitary Sewer System ________________________

16 Phase II Sanitary Sewer System ________________________ 13,000 Feet of Gravity Sewer 9,000 Feet of Pressurized Forcemain 2 Lift Stations 1 Sequencing Batch Reactor Waste Water Treatment Plants

17 SBR Wastewater Treatment System ________________________ Sequencing Batch Reactor 100,000 GPD Aerobic Digester Laboratory Tertiary Filtration City of Grant SBR WWTP

18 Implementation of Sustainable Design ________________________ Tertiary Filtration and Reuse at Nucor Maximize use of gravity in collection system Variable Frequency Drives on Premium Efficiency Motors Use of Stabilized Sludge as Fertilizer

19 Minimization of Environmental Impacts ________________________ Reuse of Water Energy Efficiency Will improve water quality No destruction of habitat No structures in wetlands Quiet Enclosures on Generators

20 Estimated Project Costs - Phase I ________________________ Phase I Collection/Transport System Cost:$2,300,000 Phase I Sanitary Treatment System Cost:$2,309,000 Phase I Design & Construction Engineering Cost:$ 855,000 Phase I Contingency Cost:$ 455,000 Phase I Total Cost:$5,920,000 Phase I Land Acquisition Cost TBD

21 Estimated Project Costs – Phase II ________________________ Phase II Collection/Transport System Cost:$2,776,000 Phase II Sanitary Treatment System Cost:$2,100,000 Phase II Design & Construction Engineering Cost:$ 908,000 Phase II Contingency Cost:$ 481,000 Phase II Total Cost:$6,265,000 Phase II Land Acquisition Cost: TBD

22 Montgomery County Regional Sewer District Proposed Construction Project and Financing - October 14,

23 Proposed Phase I Project and Financing Proposed project financing through the Indiana State Revolving Fund Loan Program (“SRF”) Phase I – $6,365,000 SRF subsidized interest rate bonds  Interest rate assumed at 3% (current rate 2%)  SRF interest rates adjust quarterly  20-year bond issue with amortization structured to match the estimated Tax Increment Financing (“TIF”) available revenues  Anticipated bond closing in early 2011, subject to availability of funding 23

24 Proposed Phase I Project Project and Financing (Cont’d) $100,000 Grant Cash on Hand of $100,000 for use in Land & Rights of Way Acquisition which cannot be financed through SRF 24

25 Proposed Phase II Project and Financing Proposed project also assumed to be financed through SRF Financing – $6,560,000 SRF subsidized interest rate bonds  Interest rate assumed at 3.50%  20-year bond issue with amortization structured to match the estimated Tax Increment Financing (“TIF”) available revenues  Anticipated bond closing in mid-2011, subject to availability of funding 25

26 Proposed Phase II Project and Financing (Cont’d) Cash on Hand of $80,000 for use in Land & Rights of Way Acquisition which cannot be financed through SRF 26

27 Estimated Available TIF Revenues and SRF Debt Service 27

28 Estimated Monthly Sewer Bills for Assumed EDUs 75% Residential Connection 50% Residential Connection 1 Equivalent Dwelling Unit (“EDUs”)$76.00$ EDUs$1,900.00$2, EDUs$5,700.00$6, EDUs$7,600.00$8, EDUs$9,500.00$10, Note: Interim sewer rates during construction or non-SRF available funds may be required to pay for interest during construction.

29 “Nucor Road Industrial Corridor” Questions or Comments?


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