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Oconto Falls School District Phase II Discussion. November 11, 2013. Presentation. Introduction Successful Completion Phase I Phase II – Facilities Preservation Options Moving Forward Project Financing Next Steps. Phase I Energy Savings . 3. Phase I and Phase II Funding.

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Oconto Falls

School District

Phase II Discussion

November 11, 2013

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Presentation

  • Introduction
  • Successful Completion Phase I
  • Phase II – Facilities Preservation
  • Options Moving Forward
  • Project Financing
  • Next Steps
phase i and phase ii funding
Phase I and Phase II Funding

Phase I - Performance Contract

  • Self Funded – Heavily Weighted on Energy Savings
  • Capital Equipment Lease financed at 2.49% over 10 years

Phase II -Performance Contract

  • Use of Act 32 Revenue Limit Exemption heavily weighted on Future Cost Avoidance with some Energy Cost Savings
  • Or the District’s Financial Consultant will identify creative financing options – Using ongoing low finance rates
  • Existing Contract can be Modified for ease and limit cost

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phase i funding source
Phase I Funding Source

Energy Savings Project

Energy Savings

Operations & Maintenance Savings

Long Term Capital Avoidance Savings

Funds for Facility

Improvements

phase ii potential funding sources
Phase II Potential Funding Sources

Preservation of Facilities

Energy Savings

Operations & Maintenance Savings

Long Term Capital Avoidance Savings

Funds for Facility

Up Keep

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OFES Window Replacement Phase II

Original interior wood fame windows are Inefficient and a pose a security concern

New High Efficiency Windows – Full Aluminum

facility improvements measures needs
Facility Improvements Measures & Needs

Tuck Pointing

  • Parking Lot Restoration/Seal
  • Coat Work

Washington Middle School

High School

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Facility Improvements Measures & Needs

Window Film

Low-E

Parking lot Upkeep

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IT Space Cooling

Needs

District office boiler

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Facilities Security Enhancements

  • Interior Shatter
  • Resistance Film

Expansion of Current Security Camera Systems

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Facility Improvements Measures & Needs

Tuck Pointing

OFHS

Shingled

Roofing

Section

VoIP System

Voice Over internet Protocol

Upgrade/expand existing VoIP to reduce phone service cost and system maintenance cost

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Roofing Replacement Recently Completed

Roofing Work Completed in 2012

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OFHS Roofing

Inspection Completed

Spring 2012

1–2 Year Timeframe

2–5 Year Timeframe

5+ Year Timeframe

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OFHS Roofing

OFHS: Reroof

Priority 1 sections with older Priority 2 sections which have asphalt shingles

High School Roofing Overview

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OFHS Roofing

Replace

Priority 2 ballasted

rubber roof

Leaking Areas

OFES Roofing Overview

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WMS Roofing

Inspection Completed

Spring 2012

1–2 Year Timeframe

2–5 Year Timeframe

5+ Year Timeframe

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WMS Roofing

WMS: Reroofing of Priority 1 and surrounding asphalt shingled Priority 2 sections

Middle School Roofing Overview

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Abrams Roofing

Inspection Completed

Spring 2012

1–2 Year Timeframe

2–5 Year Timeframe

5+ Year Timeframe

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Abrams Roofing

Reroofing of Priority 1 and surrounding asphalt shingled Priority 2 old section only

Abrams Elementary Roofing Overview

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2011 Wisconsin Act 32 – Revenue Limit Exemption

Wisconsin Act 28 was amended in 2011 by Act 32…. a District may adopt a resolution to increase revenue limit equal to amount spent on a project for energy efficiency measures ….. using bonds or notes issued to finance the project if:  

  • The project results in the avoidance of, or reduction in, energy or operational costs;
  • The project is governed by a performance contract entered into under Municipal Law Sec.66.0133; and (only a WI certified ESCO can be used)
  • The bonds or notes issued to finance the project for periods not exceeding 20 years.

Oconto Falls School District can pass a resolution up to the $1M for ESPC projects with a School Board resolution. If the Energy Efficiency Project exceeds the $1M Cap, the Board can still pass a resolution which will track through the following:

  • A 30 day hold will be placed on the Levy to allow for a voter petition. If within the 30 days, a Voter petition is successful, the Levy must be approved by a Voter Referendum
  • If there is no successful Voter petition within the 30 days, the Board passes a resolution for the Revenue Limit Override to allow bond sale and Levy implementation
next step
Next Step

School Board Resolution

  • Approval for Signature on Ameresco Project Development Agreement
  • Schedule Next Meetings to discuss District Goals and Proceed
  • Detailed Audit and Comprehensive Report, showing:
    • Improvement Measures and Firm Costs
    • Guaranteed Savings and Funding Options for Improvements
  • Exit Fee - $9,900 (Paid Only in the Event the District chooses not to Implement the Project)for engineering and other expenses incurred
  • Detailed Energy Audit costs will be rolled into the project financing.
  • There are no up-front costs to proceed at this time.
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