Water and Sewer Infrastructure Texarkana, Arkansas Board of Directors Presentation. February 21, 2012. General Information. Utility staff is not aware of any mandate from city ordinance or state statute to provide water and sewer services following an annexation.
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February 21, 2012
Cost Projection by AreaArea II $23,598,750Area III $19,575,300Area IV $12,773,450 __________ $55,947,500Average cost per structure to provide sewer service to these areas is $30,589.
These three projects can be funded from the Capital Improvement and Infrastructure Funds in addition to the specific projects already listed in these funds. Engineering will be done by the TWU Engineering Division.
Part A Estimate - $197,533
Four current potential customers
Part B Estimate - $142,532
Six potential customers
Part A (Green)
Total Project - $340,065
Part B (Green)
A. Part A Estimate $55,000
B. Part B Estimate $48,950
Total Project $103,950
Note 1: Part A. will serve three
customers for $55,000 .
Note2: Part B will complete
another water loop for fire
protection to the Fair Grounds
and U of A as well aseliminates
a dead end watermain.
There are 12 locations that bear some resemblance to the East 50th request for water, i. e. not served by a water main but within 300 feet of where a water main could be constructed. The cost to extend water mains to these twelve locations is estimated to be $120,375 plus customer costs of approximately $1000 per customer for meter taps and sets.
Two weeks ago ,the Utility sent out letters to connect to water service within one year to 96 residents currently not connected to water service but who are within 300 feet of a water main per the current ordinance. There is some strong resistance to connect to water service and many of these individuals are not paying solid waste fees but their solid waste is being collected.
Another 39 residences are currently vacant and not connected to available water service. Condemned buildings have been excluded.
There are other circumstances under which residences are not known to be connected to water.