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Hague Sewer District #2 to Secure Input Regarding Proposed to Secure Input Regarding Proposed Public Meeting July 13, 2006.

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1 Hague Sewer District #2 to Secure Input Regarding Proposed to Secure Input Regarding Proposed Public Meeting July 13, 2006

2 Town Supervisor – Dan Belden Town Clerk – Deborah Manning Town Board Members: Richard GladuEdna Frazier Arthur SteitzThomas LaPointe Town Attorney – Dominick Viscardi, Esq. Warren County Sewer Administration – Bill Lamy, P.E. Engineer – Clough Harbour & Associates LLP (CHA) Town Supervisor – Dan Belden Town Clerk – Deborah Manning Town Board Members: Richard GladuEdna Frazier Arthur SteitzThomas LaPointe Town Attorney – Dominick Viscardi, Esq. Warren County Sewer Administration – Bill Lamy, P.E. Engineer – Clough Harbour & Associates LLP (CHA) Project Team

3 Why Extend the Water System? Dan Belden – Hague Town Supervisor Bill Lamy, P.E. – Warren County Sewer Administrator Vern Ingraham, P.E. – CHA Partner Robert Flores, P.E. – CHA Sr. Project Engineer Key People Presenting

4 Why Extend the Water System? Hague Sewer District #1 is Complete $3,085,000 EPA Grant Remains WWTP Capacity Available EPA Accepts Sewer District #2 Concept Background

5 Why Extend the Water System? Constructability Affordability Public Health Lake Water Quality Reasonable District Boundary Proposed Sewer District Boundary Considers Key Factors

6 Why Extend the Water System? 4.7 Miles of 1.5 to 4-inch HDPE Pipe 139 Sewer Connections/Grinder Pumps* 1 Main System Pump Station * Town provides grinder pump and service connection at right-of-way. Property owner responsible for installation and hook-up. * Town provides grinder pump and service connection at right-of-way. Property owner responsible for installation and hook-up. Wastewater Collection Utilizes Low Pressure Sewers Wastewater Collection Utilizes Low Pressure Sewers

7 Why Extend the Water System? Sewer District Creation Has a Defined Process Sewer District Creation Has a Defined Process 1) Public Hearing 2) Permissive Referendum if OK 3) Town Adopts Resolution Approving District 3) Town Adopts Resolution Approving District 4) Bond Resolution

8 Must be property owner to vote Husband and wife with joint ownership on deed → Each can vote Husband and wife with joint ownership on deed → Each can vote Absentee voting is not permitted by NYS Costs shared by Equivalent Dwelling Units (EDUs) Costs shared by Equivalent Dwelling Units (EDUs) Common Concerns with District Creation Common Concerns with District Creation

9 EDU Assessment Schedule Vacant Land Adjacent to Proposed Sewer District Vacant Land Adjacent to Proposed Sewer District Vacant Land not Adjacent to Proposed Sewer District Vacant Land Non- buildable per Existing Zoning Requirements 0.1 EDU if property is 1 acre or less if property is greater than 1 acre, 0.1 EDU plus 0.1 EDU per ten acres (not including first acre) 0.05 EDU 0.0 EDU

10 EDU Assessment Schedule Single Family Homes including Church Parsonages and Mobile Homes 1.0 EDU if property is 1 acre or less if property is greater than 1 acre, 1.0 EDU plus 0.1 EDU per 10 acres (not including first acre) 1.0 EDU if property is 1 acre or less if property is greater than 1 acre, 1.0 EDU plus 0.1 EDU per 10 acres (not including first acre) Multiple Family Residences 1.0 EDU per residence Seasonal Residences 1.0 EDU Vacant Land Non-buildable per Existing Zoning Requirements 0.0 EDU Motels, Inns and Cottages 0.5 EDU per unit Restaurants 2.0 EDU Marinas 1.0 EDU

11 Multiple Agencies Require Coordination Coordinated Reviews/Approvals APA - Permit NYSDEC-SEQR Approval - Stream Permit NYSDEC-SEQR Approval - Stream Permit EPA-NPA Approval EPA-NPA Approval NYSDOT - Work Permit NYSDOT - Work Permit NYSEFC - Funding Submittal NYSEFC - Funding Submittal NYSA&C - District Approval NYSA&C - District Approval OPRHD - Permit

12 Capital Cost (2007 Est. w/ 14% Cont.) $3,222,000 Collection System  $3,020,000 Pump Station  $202,000 Engineering (Planning, Design, and Construction Observation), Legal, and Administrative Services $ 518,000 Total Capital Cost $3,740,000 EPA Grant $s Remaining ($3,085,000) Local Cost to Finance $ 655,000 Capital Cost (2007 Est. w/ 14% Cont.) $3,222,000 Collection System  $3,020,000 Pump Station  $202,000 Engineering (Planning, Design, and Construction Observation), Legal, and Administrative Services $ 518,000 Total Capital Cost $3,740,000 EPA Grant $s Remaining ($3,085,000) Local Cost to Finance $ 655,000 Proposed Cost Implementation

13 Why Extend the Water System? Cost Category Cost/EDU/Yr Capital Cost 4.5% for 38 years = $36,288/yr $36,288/yr EDUs yields $ O&M Cost $ Total $ Cost Category Cost/EDU/Yr Capital Cost 4.5% for 38 years = $36,288/yr $36,288/yr EDUs yields $ O&M Cost $ Total $ Estimated First Year Cost Per EDU : :

14 Why Extend the Water System? Cost Category Cost/EDU/Yr Capital Cost 6.0% for 30 years = $47,585/yr $47,585/yr EDUs yields $ O&M Cost $ Total $ Cost Category Cost/EDU/Yr Capital Cost 6.0% for 30 years = $47,585/yr $47,585/yr EDUs yields $ O&M Cost $ Total $ Estimated First Year Cost Per EDU : :

15 Why Extend the Water System? Cost Category Cost/EDU/Yr Capital Cost 5.8% for 20 years = $55,952/yr $55,952/yr EDUs yields $ O&M Cost $ Total $ Cost Category Cost/EDU/Yr Capital Cost 5.8% for 20 years = $55,952/yr $55,952/yr EDUs yields $ O&M Cost $ Total $ Estimated First Year Cost Per EDU : :

16 38-yr 30-yr 20-yr Cost per Year $656 $736 $795 Cost per Month $55 $61 $66 Cost per Day $1.80 $2.03 $ yr 30-yr 20-yr Cost per Year $656 $736 $795 Cost per Month $55 $61 $66 Cost per Day $1.80 $2.03 $2.20 Cost Impacts Per EDU

17 1) Protect Lake Water Quality 2) Improve Public Health 3)Increase Property Values 4)Avoid Land Disturbance for On-Site Disposal 5)Capitalize on WWTP Capacity Available 6) Capitalize on EPA Funding Available 1) Protect Lake Water Quality 2) Improve Public Health 3)Increase Property Values 4)Avoid Land Disturbance for On-Site Disposal 5)Capitalize on WWTP Capacity Available 6) Capitalize on EPA Funding Available Benefits for the Project

18 Project Questions & Comments


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