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Jefferson County Public Works Solid Waste Division. Solid Waste Fee Ordinance Hearing. NOVEMBER 12, 2013. Jefferson County Public Works. Solid Waste Funds. Exhibit A. Projected Balances ( end 2013). Capital $505,000 (11.6%). Operations $392,000 (15.6%). 12% capital value

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Solid waste fee ordinance hearing

Jefferson County Public Works

Solid Waste Division

Solid Waste Fee Ordinance Hearing

NOVEMBER 12, 2013

Jefferson County

Public Works


Solid waste funds

Solid Waste Funds

Exhibit A

Projected Balances (end 2013)

Capital

$505,000

(11.6%)

Operations

$392,000

(15.6%)

12% capital value

15% operations


Solid waste fee ordinance hearing

Exhibit B

$11/ton Capital


Solid waste fee ordinance hearing

Exhibit C


Solid waste fees actual and projected

Solid Waste Fees(Actual and Projected)

Exhibit D

$162.93

$144.00

$113.96


Operations expenditures by service

Exhibit E

Operations Expenditures by Service

63% Waste Transfer, Hauling, Disposal

18% Management, Finance, Overhead


Recommendations

Recommendations

Exhibit F

  • Adopt the fee levels shown in the following tables for 2014 to maintain current services

  • Adopt an annual increase of 2.5% through 2019 for all fees, to pay for operations and capital renewal while maintaining prudent Fund balances

  • Adopt benchmarks for monitoring Fund performance


Solid waste fee ordinance hearing

Exhibit G


Solid waste fee ordinance hearing

Exhibit H


Benchmarks for fund performance

Benchmarks for Fund Performance

Exhibit J

  • Fund Reserved Balances:

    • Capital Fund no less than 12% of facility and equipment capital replacement value (excluding bond funds)

    • Operations Fund no less than 15% of annual total solid waste expenditures

  • Annual increase in solid waste tonnage no less than 1% per year


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