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PUD No. 1 of Clallam County In Association with Clallam County. Sewer Facilities Plan for Carlsborg UGA. PRE – DRAFT June 2009. Proposed Land Use. 1. Sewer System for Entire UGA. 2. Initial Sewer Facilities. 3. Projected Wastewater Flows In gallons per day. 4.

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Pud no 1 of clallam county in association with clallam county

PUD No. 1 of Clallam CountyIn Association with Clallam County

Sewer Facilities Plan

for Carlsborg UGA

PRE – DRAFT

June 2009


Pud no 1 of clallam county in association with clallam county

Proposed Land Use

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Pud no 1 of clallam county in association with clallam county

Sewer System for Entire UGA

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Pud no 1 of clallam county in association with clallam county

Initial Sewer Facilities

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Projected wastewater flows in gallons per day

Projected Wastewater FlowsIn gallons per day

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Alternatives considered collect transmit to city of sequim for treatment disposal

Alternatives ConsideredCollect & Transmit to City of Sequim for Treatment & Disposal

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Recommended alternative

Recommended Alternative

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Estimate of project costs

Estimate of Project Costs

Estimated Total Construction Costs$10,950,000

Estimated Project Cost Elements$ 4,020,000

Total Estimated Project Costs $14,970,000

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Estimate of project cost components

Estimate of Project Cost Components

Interceptor Sewers$5,030,000

Collector Sewers$2,600,000

Treatment Structures$2,610,000

Treatment Process$2,630,000

Reuse Distribution$ 800,000

Surplus Water Disposal$1,300,000

Estimated Total $14,970,000

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Treatment facilities on pud operations center site

Treatment Facilities on PUD Operations Center Site

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Sbr layout

SBR Layout

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Conversion of sbr structures into mbr process

Conversion of SBR Structures into MBR process

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Pud no 1 of clallam county in association with clallam county

Reuse Facilities

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Surplus reclaimed water disposal on county site along matriotti creek

Surplus Reclaimed Water Disposal on County Site along Matriotti Creek

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Section through percolation basin

Section through Percolation Basin

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Percolation basin plan

Percolation Basin Plan

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Assumed funding

Assumed Funding

Estimated Total Project Cost $14,970,000

Less Federal, State & Local Grants $ 5,000,000

Local Utility District Assessments $ 9,970,000

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Property assessment assumptions

Property Assessment Assumptions

  • Individual parcels will be assessed for benefit received from sewer service

  • Assessment for any parcel will not exceed the benefit received

  • Initial Sewer Service Area = about 120 tax parcels

  • Final Assessments will differ from Preliminary Assessments

  • Final will use actual costs and funding, not estimates

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Conceptual assessment methodology

Conceptual Assessment Methodology

  • Approach 1 – Assessments ratio to special benefit

    • Total Special Benefit for All Parcels

    • Compare Total Benefit with Total to be Assessed

    • Ratio Parcel Assessment

    • Special Benefit x Ratio

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Conceptual assessment methodology cont

Conceptual Assessment Methodology (cont.)

  • Approach 2 – Assessment computed from unit costs

    • Define Unit Cost for Each Project Component

    • Identify Component Units for each parcel

    • Assessment = Sum of Component Units x Unit Price

      Verify that result is less than Special Benefit

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Estimated range of typical preliminary assessments

Estimated Range of Typical Preliminary Assessments

Single Family Home on small lot$13,000 to $22,000

Single Family Home on large lot$25,000 to $50,000

Small Commercial Business$18,000 to $75,000

Large Commercial Business$80,000 to $200,000

Vacant & Undeveloped Acreage$100,000 to $150,000 per acre

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Suggest lud formation process

Suggest LUD Formation Process

  • Property Owners request sewer service

  • Public Hearing to discuss providing sewers

  • If sufficient interest, PUD Commissioners adopt Resolution of Intent to Form an LUD

  • Apply for funding from various federal and state sources

  • Prepare preliminary assessment roll

  • Property Owner petition for LUD

  • LUD Formation Hearing

  • If sufficient interest, PUD Commissioners form LUD

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Estimated monthly service charge for sbr facility

Estimated Monthly Service ChargeFor SBR Facility

Note: Costs estimated in constant 2009 dollars

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Proposed schedule

Proposed Schedule

Comprehensive Land Use Plan for Carlsborg…………Aug 09

Complete BA, Hydrogeologic, Archeological, NEPA…Sep 09

Facilities Plan Completion…………………………….Oct 09

LUD Notice of Intent………………………………....Nov 09

Start engineering design & permits

Preliminary Assess & LUD Formation

Environmental Review & Approval………………….Oct 10

Engineering Design Completion……………………..Nov 10

Construction Funding………………………………..Dec 10

Start of Construction………………………………....Jan 11

Completion of Construction…………………………May 12

Beginning of Sewer Service…………………………..June 12

Initial Assessment Payment Due…………………….Oct 12

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Letter of concurrence objective

Letter of Concurrence Objective

  • EPA must issue a letter of concurrence before DOE can approve Facilities Plan or release funding

  • Concurrence: Project ‘Not Likely to Affect’

    • Listed or Threatened Species

    • Provides ‘Net Environmental Benefit’

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Federal consultation process

Federal Consultation Process

  • Letter of Concurrence follows Consultation with Federal Agencies

  • Review of Facilities Plan with NEPA, Biological Assessment, Hydrogeological Evaluation and Archeological Study

  • Reviewing Agencies besides EPA include:

    • US Fish and Wildlife

    • Corps of Engineers

    • NOAA

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Potential environmental concerns

Potential Environmental Concerns

  • Nitrates:

    • nitrification – denitrificantion reduction to <5 mg/L

  • Phosphates:

    • filtered by soil/vegetation from percolation basin to Matriotti Creek

  • Temperature:

    • reuse water cooled by fountain, percolation & vegetation shade

  • Pharmaceuticals:

    • SBR will remove more than existing onsite systems. MBR will remove more than SBR because of longer solids holding. Residual will be below medicinal dose & not affect humans. May still be a concern for aquatic life.

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