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  1. Utility

  2. Beachside Sewer System Service to Flagler County Utility (Beverly Beach) Proposed Interlocal Agreement

  3. Interlocal Agreement • Capacity Fee (Capital Facility Charge or Impact Fee) • Standard charges on a per-gallon per-day basis • $14.95 per GPD • 60,000 gallons per day = $897,000.00 • Bulk Usage Rate • Standard charges for bulk customers – based on gallons used • $3.17 per 1,000 gallons • Standard residential rate is $3.24 per 1,000 gallons (8000 gallons cap) • Standard commercial/multifamily rate is $3.90 per 1,000 gallons (no cap) • Average usage = 29,156 per day or $33,735 per year • Based on 2006 Rate Study and Council Resolution 2006-25 • Outside City vs Inside City • Bulk Rates were established to cover actual costs • Assumed all bulk customers were outside City limits • 25% premium for outside city service does not apply to bulk rates

  4. Exceptions To Standard • Payment “before receiving flow” instead of at time of execution of agreement • Palm Coast will sign FDEP permit application before execution of agreement and payment of fees • Palm Coast began design before execution of agreement • Pump station will be within an easement instead of fee simple parcel • Limits on future rate increases • County proposes billing adjustment to credit for Inflow/Infiltration ?? • Monthly bills based on average flow from lowest six months

  5. Impact of Proposed Inflow/Infiltration Credit • 2009 (10 months of data provided) • Average annual flow = 35,000 GPD • Lowest 5 months average = 28,000 GPD • Highest 5 months average = 50% increase • $40,497 total • $32,397 based on lowest 5 months • 2010 • Average annual flow = 25,000 GPD • Lowest 6months average = 22,000 GPD • Highest 5 months average = 27% increase • $28,926 total • $25,455 based on lowest 6 months • 2011 (10 months of data provided) • Average annual flow = 28,000 GPD • Lowest 5 months average = 21,000 GPD • Highest 5 months average = 71% increase • $32,397 total • $24,298 based on lowest 5 months

  6. Comparison with Palm Coast SystemHigh Months vs Low-Flow Months Flagler County • 2009 - 50% • 2010 – 27% • 2011 – 73% Palm Coast • 2009 – 38% • 2010 – 14% • 2011 – 6%

  7. Question? Should Palm Coast adjust the measured flow to compensate for Inflow/Infiltration? Discussion!