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 Why  Project Status  Future Course Lime Sludge Biosolids Water/Wastewater System Life Cycle Raw Water Wells (12) Water Treatment Plant Storage Tanks.

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2  Why  Project Status  Future Course

3 Lime Sludge Biosolids Water/Wastewater System Life Cycle Raw Water Wells (12) Water Treatment Plant Storage Tanks Water Distribution System Homes / Businesses Collection System Lift Stations Sewer Force Mains Wastewater Treatment Plant (East/West) Injection Wells (2) Reuse Reclaimed Water Irrigation Reclaimed Water Irrigation Consumptive Use Permit (CUP)

4 CUP Credits CUP Allocation: 1.01 MGD CUP Allocation: 8.53 MGD Raw Water Wells (12) SFWMD Large Users (3 Golf Courses & 2 HOAs) Reuse (1.5 MGD) 9.54 MGD

5 Why

6 Timeline of Events 2005: Florida Legislature Revised Ch. 373 F.S.; required Regional Water Supply Plans LAW / CODE Section (1), Florida Statutes (F.S.) provides: The governing board of each water management district shall conduct water supply planning for any water supply planning region within the district identified in the appropriate district water supply plan under Section , where it determines that existing sources of water are not adequate to supply water for all existing and future reasonable-beneficial uses and to sustain the water resources and related natural systems for the planning period.

7 2007: SFWMD Adopted Lower East Coast (LEC) Water Supply Plan Update and the Water Availability Rule – Allocation limited to 2006 usage (8.53 MGD) - base allocation – Shortfall of 1.87 MGD within the planning period (Year 2025) – Implement LEC Water Supply Project (RO $17M)

8 2007 Continued: – Confirm within one year other Alternative Water Supply (AWS) projects as substitute for RO – Annual Progress Reports – 10-year Water Supply Facilities Work Plan with the AWS Project – Update City’s Comprehensive Plan

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10 3. Your water supply entity must notify the District if it proposes to develop other water supply development projects {Subsection (7)(b), Florida Statutes). If your water supply entity does not intend to develop one or more of the water supply development projects identified in Appendix A for your water supply entity, it must: Propose to the District, within one year after receiving this notification, other alternative water supply development projects sufficient to address the projected water supply needs for your water supply entity, as presented in the Lower East Coast Water Supply Plan Update. Provide an estimate of the quantity of water to be produced by the project and the project's expected start and completion dates. Describe the status of the project's implementation, including: o Financial planning. o Facilities master planning. o Permitting. o Activities/efforts in coordinating or participating in multijurisdictional projects, if applicable.

11 : Completed AWS Alternatives Evaluation; alternatives considered: AWS AlternativesCost Floridan RO$19.0 million Recharge Via Canal Discharge$16.5 million Recharge Via GW Injection$17.5 million Reuse WWTP/Irrigation $9.3 million Reuse Remote Location/Irrigation $14.3 million Reuse WWTP/Irrigation $9.3 million

12 2007 – 2008 Continued: Completed 10-Yr Water Supply Facilities Work Plan Completed Rate Study with 10-Yr Financial Forecast, as required, and incorporated into the 10-Yr Work Plan Adopted and implemented rate increase (FY )

13 2007 – 2008 Continued: Amended the Comprehensive Plan to incorporate the Work Plan Notified SFWMD of the City’s intent to develop Reuse Plant : Project planning/design/negotiations with large users (golf courses)

14 Project Status

15  Design complete for the Reuse Plant Received approvals from permitting agencies Confirmed (by ) credit towards allocation from SFWMD….awaiting written confirmation Bidding and construction permits….pending  60% Design complete for the piping to golf courses  Agreements with three (3) golf courses in place  Project funding….budgeted in FY 13 (Source: Water and Sewer Reserve)

16 Future Course

17 Service Area Population Projections Year 2005 vs. Year 2012

18 Population Projections - Comparison Service Area Population Year ~ 10K

19 Year 2005 Demand Projections/Shortfall Demand (MGD) Year 9.3 Yr

20 Year 2012 Demand Projections/Shortfall Demand (MGD) Yr 2008 Yr Permit Renewal Yr 2025

21 OPTION 1 Continue with the Project

22 OPTION 2 Short Term Measure: Piping Modifications in WWTP

23 Lime Sludge Biosolids Water/Wastewater System Life Cycle Raw Water Wells (12) Water Treatment Plant Storage Tanks Water Distribution System Homes / Businesses Collection System Lift Stations Sewer Force Mains Wastewater Treatment Plant (East/West) Injection Wells (2) 0.4 MGD $150K - $400K

24 WWTP Piping Modifications Demand (MGD) Yr 2008 Yr

25 OPTION 3 Long Term Measure: Implement Conservation Program

26 Conservation Program Demand (MGD) Year Yr 2030 Yr 2008

27 Staff Recommendations Reuse Project – Put on hold Prioritize Option 2 and 3 – Complete WWTP piping modifications + aggressively implement Conservation Program Monitor Population Projections Closely – Update and implement Reuse Project, if/when needed

28 City Commission Consensus vote on staff recommendations


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