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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE. WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING FUND CONCEPTUAL REVENUE SOURCES May 16, 2011. WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION FINANCE WORK GROUP. HB 2692 Passed in 2007

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Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION COMMITTEE

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING FUND

CONCEPTUAL REVENUE SOURCES

May 16, 2011


Water resources development commission finance work group

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

HB 2692 Passed in 2007

Authorized the establishment of water resource development revolving fund to be administered by the Water Infrastructure Finance Authority (WIFA)

Authorized the formation of Water Resource Development Fund Committee within WIFA


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

RULES ADOPTED BY WIFA

October 2010

Article 4 Water Supply Development Fund (R18-15-401 through R18-15-408) and Article 5 Technical Assistance, R18-15-505


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Committee Consists 13 Members

  • Director of ADWR Chairs Committee

  • Director of ADEQ Vice Chair of Committee

  • Chairman of ACC

  • State Treasurer

  • 9 MEMBERS APPOINTED BY GOVERNOR

  • 1 member representing municipalities with population ≥ 50,000, and <100,000.

  • 1 member representing municipalities with a population <50,000 from a county with a population <500,000.

  • 1 member representing counties with populations <200,000.

  • 1 member representing counties with populations ≥200,000, and <1,000,000.

  • 1 member representing counties with populations ≥ 1,000,000.

  • 1 member representing cities with populations of > 100,000 from counties with populations >1,000,000.

  • 1 member from a public service corporation that serves 1,850 people or more.

  • 1 member from a public water system that serves < 1,850 people.

  • 1 member representing Indian Tribes.


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Water Development Fund Financial Provisions

  • Bonds

  • Appropriations

  • Federal Government

  • Loan Payments, Interest and Penalties

  • Investment Income

  • Gifts, Grants and Donations


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Who is Eligible to Apply?

  • A.R.S. § 49-1273 C, Monies in the water supply development revolving fund CANNOT be used to provide financial assistance to a water provider, other than an Indian tribe, unless :

  • The water provider is located inside an AMA, OR

  • The water provider is located in a City or County outside of an AMA that has adopted the mandatory adequate water supply requirement for new subdivisions


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

MONIES IN THE WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT REVOLVING FUND MAY ONLY BE USED FOR:

  • Making loans to water providers for water supply development purposes.

  • Making grants or loans up to $100K to water providers for the planning or design of water supply development projects.  

  • Purchasing or refinancing debt obligations of water providers if the debt obligation was issued for a water supply development purpose.

  • Providing financial assistance to water providers with bonding authority to purchase insurance for local bond obligations incurred by them for water supply development purposes.

  • Providing linked deposit guarantees through third party lenders by depositing monies with the lender.


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Length of Term for Loans?

  • 30 Years


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Problem Statement/Questions

  • How Can the Water Resources Development Fund be Funded?

    • Bonds, Appropriations, Federal Grants, Gifts

    • Other?

  • How Much Money is Necessary for an Adequate Revolving Loan Fund?

    • Will Statutory Provisions Be Enough?


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Considerations

  • The Sources of Revenue must be:

    • Matched to the Size of the Fund

    • Matched to the Timing of Loans

  • If a large number of projects are expected over a long period, the revenue should be permanent, dependable and sufficient for a long period.


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Conceptual Principles For Revenue Sources

  • Dependability and Predictability

  • Adequate Funding

  • Mix of Sources

  • Beneficiaries Need to Contribute


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Potential Alternative Revenue Sources

  • Ad Valorem Taxes

  • Water Withdrawal Fees

  • Transaction Privilege Tax

  • Bottle Water Tax

  • Impact Fees

    • Building Permits

    • Well Permits

  • General Fund Appropriations

  • Other?


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Conceptual Funding Sources

  • Transaction Privilege Tax

    • 5 to 10 Cents per Thousand Gallons (Estimate: $24 to $48 million per year)

  • Impact Fees

    • $250 to $500 per new Building Permit (Estimate: $1.5 to $3 million per year)

    • Well Impact Fees: $50 for New Wells $10 Annual Fee for Existing (New Wells $150K & Existing Wells $1.5M)


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WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP

Conceptual Funding Sources

  • General Fund Appropriation

    • $100,000,000 AWBA Interstate Fund (Estimate: $10 million per year originally planned for between 2009 and 2018 currently on hold)

  • Bottle Water Tax

    • 2¢ and 5¢ per bottle (Estimate: $15.2 Million to $38 Million annually)


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Revenue Assuming 3% ReturnLow Projections

*$50 per new well & $10 per well annually


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Revenue Assuming 3% ReturnLow Projections


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Revenue Assuming 3% ReturnHigh Projections

*$100 per new well & $20 per well annually


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Revenue Assuming 3% ReturnHigh Projections


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Impact to Individual/Family Low Projections

*10,000 gallons per month per family of 4

**115 bottles per person annually per family of 4


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP Projected Impact to Family of 4 Low Projections


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Impact to Individual/Family High Projections

*10,000 gallons per month per family of 4

**115 bottles per person annually per family of 4


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUP Projected Impact to Family of 4 Low Projections


Water resources development commission recommendation committee

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONFINANCE WORK GROUPProjected Percentage Mix of Projected Total Revenue Generation


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