Upper District budget fiscal year 2014 2015 where solutions flow
Upper District budget fiscal year 2014-2015  where solutions  flow
Upper District Budget Fiscal Year 2014 15 June 24 2014
       Upper District   Budget  Fiscal Year 2014 15   June  24,  2014
Staff Report
            Staff Report
Uses of Funds Uses of funds for the proposed 2014 15 budget total 31 87 million about 0 21 million lower than current year s budget of 32 08 million Figure 1 illustrates the total uses of funds Figure 1 Uses of Funds 1
Uses  of  Funds      Uses   of   funds   for   the   proposed   2014 15   budget   total    31.87   million,   about    0....
Purchased Water Costs Imported Supplies Purchased water costs for imported supplies similar to the current year continued into fiscal year 2014 15 mainly due to anticipated pre purchases by the producers of untreated water for cyclic storage Fiscal year 2014 15 sales consist of 3 000 acre feet of Tier 1 treated water and 29 000 acre feet of Tier 1 full service untreated water for groundwater replenishment operations An increase in Metropolitan s Tier 1 treated water rate from 890 to 923 per acre foot and an increase in Readiness to Serve Charge RTS from 1 57 million to 1 61 million increased imported water costs by 0 16 million from the current year budget A decrease in Metropolitan s untreated water rate from 593 per acre foot to 582 per acre foot effective January 2015 is not expected to significantly impact the 2014 15 cost of imported water due to deliveries for pre purchases of cyclic storage being made in the fall of 2015 outside of the 2014 15 fiscal year The cost of imported supplies also includes Metropolitan s Capacity Charge 0 21 million which currently pays for 22 9 cubic feet per second CFS of capacity used during the May 1 through September 30 peak demand period Since 2007 the marginal cost of imported water from Metropolitan needed to meet Upper District s replacement water obligation increased from 238 to 593 in FY 2013 14 or 149 but will go down to 582 per acre foot effective January 1 2015 Recycled Supplies Purchased water costs for recycled water increased by 0 19 million from current year s budget of 0 54 million due to adjustments necessary to reflect actual per acre foot cost of reclaimed water for the City of Industry Phase IIB Project Recycled water demand also is also expected to increase from 3 300 acre feet in 2013 14 to about 3 500 in 2014 15 Capital Costs Capital costs account for 2 33 million or 7 percent of the total uses of funds mainly for the continued development of the indirect reuse project 1 50 million Other capital projects budgeted for 2014 15 include the Miller Coors Reuse and Recharge Project as well as the Miller Pit and Neighborhood Stormwater Recharge Projects 0 40 million of the total capital costs are funded through grants 0 20M for Miller Coors and Miller Pit 0 05M for Neighborhood Stormwater and 0 15M for IRRP 2
Purchased  Water  Costs   Imported  Supplies   Purchased  water  costs  for  imported  supplies  similar  to  the  current...
Recycled Water Programs Direct Reuse The Direct Reuse Program includes the phased construction of a recycled water distribution system used to provide water for irrigation purposes Once completed the system will include over 20 miles of 4 to 24 pipelines several pump stations and a 2 million gallon reservoir This system will serve about three million gallons per day or 3 500 acre feet per year directly offsetting the need to import increasingly expensive imported water The current construction effort is expected to be complete in 2014 Additional opportunities to develop additional direct reuse facilities are being carefully studied Indirect Reuse Action Plan On December 6 2011 the Board adopted an Indirect Reuse Action Plan IRAP which set forth specific tasks to complete the Upper District s Indirect Reuse Replenishment Project IRRP Staff initiated the first seven tasks to advance the project during 2012 13 and expects to complete them in 2014 The IRAP total program budget for these first seven tasks is about 1 38 million Due to extreme drought conditions every effort is being considered to accelerate delivery of this project The 2014 15 budget includes 1 50 million for the succeeding tasks including environmental documentation and regulatory approval 0 50 million right of way acquisition 0 20 million and final design 0 50 million Another 0 30 million is allocated for Metropolitan s Foundational Actions Funding FAF Research Project for further pilot testing of the ozone BAC SAT treatment train to produce additional data that can be used in the permit process as needed and to refine cost estimates for the potential use of ozone BAC SAT for the IRRP Upper District has been awarded four grants two grants from the WateReuse Research Foundation totaling 490 000 toward Task 3 and 4 a USBR Title XVI grant for 150 000 which will partially offset the costs of the feasibility analysis required to qualify for Federal funding under Title XVI and 150 000 from Metropolitan s FAF Program In total Upper District has successfully secured 790 000 in grant funding toward further project development This funding offsets the need to raise water rates and reduces the use of reserves 3
   Recycled  Water  Programs   Direct  Reuse   The  Direct  Reuse  Program  includes  the  phased  construction  of  a  re...
Storm Water Capture Program In 2011 12 Upper District initiated a storm water capture program focused on three objectives 1 engage in a collaborative discussion with all stakeholders to develop flexible MS4 permit conditions that preserve the multi benefit features of storm water capture and TMDL remediation in large scale projects 2 engage partner agencies including Los Angeles County Department of Public Works and Army Corps of Engineers on strategies to improve maintenance and integrated operations of Santa Fe Dam and 3 work with Watermaster to identify specific benefits of additional capacity for storm water capture in LACDPW system in the San Gabriel Valley Objectives 1 was completed in 2012 13 with the adoption of a regional stormwater permit by the Regional Water Quality Control Board Objective 2 will carry over into 2014 15 with the continued development of a specific strategy and timeline for improving maintenance specifically sediment removal and integrated operations of Santa Fe Dam Working closely with Watermaster Objective 3 was also completed in 2012 13 and five specific projects selected by Watermaster were incorporated in the IRP Peck Pit Walnut Spreading Basin Buena Vista Spreading Basin Miller Pit and Olive Pit Upper District will continue to work closely with Watermaster LA County Flood Control District and the Army Corps and other private parties to continue the development of these five specific projects Fiscal year 2014 15 storm water capture expenditures are 0 21 million Developing Miller Pit as an additional storm water capture facility within LA County Flood Control s system continue to be one of the main goals for 2014 15 This specific effort is in part funded by a grant from the California Water Foundation Recycling Operations Recycled water program expenses excluding cost of purchased water amount to about 1 67 million This amount consists of State Revolving Loan Fund SRLF debt service of 0 77 million The remaining amount consists of operation and maintenance expenses To keep overall service costs low and not unnecessarily duplicate resources Upper District contracts with the producers to operate and maintain the recycled water system that provides irrigation water in their respective services areas Upper District s existing SRLF debt of about 15 81 million has a twenty year term at zero percent nominal interest 4
Storm  Water  Capture  Program   In   2011 12   Upper   District   initiated   a   storm   water   capture   program   foc...
Water Use Efficiency Since its inception the Water Use Efficiency Program WUE has been heavily focused on indoor residential water use principally through Ultra Low Flush High Efficiency Toilet ULFT HET giveaways Over 30 000 ULFTs HETs have been distributed The WUE Master Plan shows that Upper District s service area is well saturated with HETs over 80 and that a shift in the program emphasis towards outdoor water use efficiency is warranted The 2014 15 proposed WUE budget while still focusing on outdoor water use efficiency programs decreased by 0 23 million from prior year s 0 99 million program budget as Upper District begins reallocating resources and focusing more on education and outreach efforts to promote water conservation Of the 2014 15 WUE budget of 0 76 million 0 29 million will be funded through Metropolitan s member agency allocation funds Table 1 summarizes the proposed budget and sources of funding for the 2014 15 Water Use Efficiency Program Depending on further input from the producers and consideration by the Board the emphasis on how the budget allocates resources among the different programs identified in the Water Use Efficiency Master Plan may change Table 1 Water Use Efficiency Program FY 2014 15 Budget Total USGVMWD Other Program Cost UDC Agencies Costs TPC Portion Costs OAC CATEGORY Residential Programs Residential Retrofit Rebate Program 150 000 150 000 Commercial Industrial Institutional CII Rebate Programs Other CII Programs Large Landscape Retrofis Water Surveys 400 000 264 000 136 000 Other Landscape Programs 100 000 100 000 Salaries and Overhead 110 250 110 250 Landscape Programs Total 5 760 250 474 250 286 000
Water  Use  Efficiency   Since  its  inception,  the  Water  Use  Efficiency  Program   WUE   has  been  heavily  focused ...
Education and Outreach The Education and Outreach Program provides resources to schools cities community groups and organizations interested in learning about water use efficiency sustainable watershed management and storm water capture and water treatment The Education and Outreach budget increased by 0 36 million from 0 44 million in 2013 14 to 0 80 million in 2014 15 and reflects the shift in Upper District s focus from a mostly device based WUE program to education and outreach New projects for 2014 15 includes the Water Smart City Challenge h2o Score and a Where Solutions Flow video It also includes a series of workshops to promote public awareness of the IRRP The Education and Outreach Program also includes water use efficiency watershed and storm water education for 4th 5th and 6th grade students watershed restoration program distribution of water efficient devices public workshops and seminars and public information The water education program successfully used by several other water agencies include assembly style lessons and classroom instruction for about 12 500 4th 5th and 6th grade students on water use efficiency sustainable watershed management practices and storm water The cost of this program is about 124 000 This program will be offered each year to school districts in each of Upper District s five divisions The advertising budget reflects print media presence outlined in the 2014 Communications Plan which also meets the minimum requirements of the California Urban Water Council s Best Management Practices MOU Table 2 summarizes the proposed 2014 15 Education and Outreach Program 6
Education  and  Outreach   The   Education   and   Outreach   Program   provides   resources   to   schools,   cities,   c...
Table 2 Education and Outreach Program FY 2014 15 Total Program Costs TPC CATEGORY Watershed Programs Watershed Restoration Program 20 000 Educational Programs Water Awareness Art Contests 10 000 4th 6th Grade Water Education Program 123 500 Solar Cup Competition and Other Sponsorships 52 500 Educational Materials Grant Program 20 000 Educational Outreach Programs Events 195 000 Outreach and Information Programs Public Workshops Seminars 125 000 Conservation Devices Items 10 000 Bottled Water Program 35 000 Displays Fairs Presentations 10 000 Conferences Meetings 4 500 Public Information 50 000 Legal Costs 3 000 Technical Assistance 30 000 110 250 Salaries and Overhead Total 7 798 750
Table  2.    Education  and  Outreach  Program      FY 2014 15 Total Program Costs  TPC   CATEGORY  Watershed Programs Wat...
Water Quality and Supply The proposed Water Quality and Supply Program budget is 0 11 million lower than current year s budget It includes imported water operations planning and administration water supply planning and general engineering services for water quality and supply It also includes advocacy costs for legislative initiatives in Sacramento 0 12 million costs associated with emergency preparedness 0 10 million and an integrated groundwater surface water model 0 30 million The modeling effort is partially funded by a 0 13M grant from the California Water Foundation CWF Administration Administrative costs total 2 77 million and include the labor materials supplies and services to provide general administrative support for the various programs General administrative support includes day to day management accounting operations human resources information technology office administration and board of directors support The 2014 15 budget also includes election costs amounting to 0 25 million Labor cost is budgeted at 2 16 million a decrease of 0 04 million or two percent from the current budget No additional positions are included in the proposed budget The decrease in labor costs is primarily driven by the prepayment of the Side Fund obligation with CalPERS in March 2014 reducing the District s PERS contributions rate for FY 2014 15 by about 10 percent Outside Services Costs Upper District relies heavily on outside services or consultants to move projects forward in order to avoid increasing full time staff to meet the variable labor demands of projects Consulting costs peaked in 2010 during major construction activities for the City of Industry Recycled Water Project partially funded by State Revolving Fund and American Recovery and Reinvestment Act monies Total consulting expenses for 2014 15 of about 3 89 million include engineering support services for the IRRP Neighborhood Stormwater MillerCoors and Miller Pit Projects advocacy support services and costs associated with emergency preparedness and an integrated groundwater surface water model Table 3 shows the current year and proposed outside services costs Total outside services costs increase 0 38 million from the current budget driven by a 0 50M increase in engineering services for the right of way environmental and design work that will move forward for the IRRP An additional 0 14M is budgeted for the development of a benefit analysis and engineer s report for a new standby charge All other categories are down budget to budget 8
Water  Quality  and  Supply   The  proposed  Water  Quality  and  Supply  Program  budget  is   0.11  million  lower  than...
Table 3 Outside Services Costs FY 2013 14 Forecasted Administrative and Finance Long Range Finance Plan Legal General IT Support Actuarial and Audit Services Temporary Staffing Services Standby Charge Design Administration Administrative Support Recruitment HR Services Staff Development and Training Water Rate Analysis FY 2013 14 Budget FY 2014 15 Budget CATEGORY Subtotal Engineering and Planning IRRP Water Resources Planning and Engineering Water Supply Reliability Plan Emergency Preparedness Basinwide Integrated Groundwater Surface Water Model Direct Reuse Engineering and Construction Management MillerCoors Reuse Project Miller Pit Neighborhood Stormwater Project Stormwater Initiatives Technical Advisory Services Others Subtotal Conservation Large Landscape Water Surveys Turf Removal Other Landscape Programs Others Subtotal Education and Outreach 4th 6th Grade Water Education Program Where Solutions Flow IRRP Workshops Website Annual Reports Brochures Lobbying Services Subtotal Total 9 50 000 122 000 37 159 35 280 100 000 19 000 17 000 38 679 7 500 4 000 430 618 75 000 120 000 48 000 40 000 10 000 19 000 35 000 30 000 12 500 389 500 999 000 187 500 10 000 20 000 160 000 100 000 50 000 45 000 70 000 1 641 500 999 000 255 000 100 000 200 000 120 000 100 000 200 000 100 000 50 000 70 000 2 194 000 330 000 26 000 10 000 366 000 93 500 25 000 295 000 413 500 2 851 618 400 000 204 000 10 000 614 000 123 500 35 000 290 000 448 500 3 646 000 30 000 140 000 33 800 50 000 33 000 154 000 7 000 12 500 460 300 1 500 000 285 000 100 000 300 000 300 000 100 000 50 000 25 000 2 660 000 400 000 100 000 30 000 530 000 123 500 20 000 30 000 10 000 195 000 378 500 4 028 800
Table  3.    Outside  Services  Costs        FY 2013 14 Forecasted  Administrative and Finance Long Range Finance Plan Leg...
Sources of Funds Total sources of funds amount to 31 87 million and are presented in Figure 2 Figure 2 Sources of Funds 10
Sources  of  Funds      Total  sources  of  funds  amount  to   31.87  million  and  are  presented  in  Figure  2.      F...
Water Sales The Upper District delivers both imported water purchased from Metropolitan and recycled water purchased from Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts Imported Sales Imported water sales account for the majority of Upper District s deliveries with an expected sales volume of 32 000 acre feet in 2014 15 Of this amount 3 000 acre feet is treated and provided to the City of Alhambra It is estimated that 29 000 acre feet will be purchased by Watermaster and the producers to store future replacement water obligations Imported water sales will generate a total of 22 53 million of which 2 62 million is generated from Upper District s surcharge The balance is generated from the pass through of Metropolitan s rates The 2014 15 budget does not anticipate an increase in surcharge revenue While the Board may act to increase the surcharge in the fall of 2014 any revenue from a change in the surcharge would likely not be generated until water is delivered for pre purchases of cyclic storage in the fall of 2015 Any change in the current surcharge of 80 per acre foot will be effective January 1 of 2015 Any change in the current surcharge will take into consideration sales levels status of key milestones for the IRRP e g permit from Regional Board etc discussion regarding other project financing options such as a contract with Watermaster or producer s or the levy of an additional standby charge Upper District s sales volumes have historically been highly variable as a result of how the Main San Gabriel Basin was managed to take advantage of plentiful local precipitation and an imported water system that was commonly in surplus Watermaster s routine annual average pre purchase of about 29 000 acre feet of imported water to meet future replacement water obligations and build storage has greatly stabilized Upper District s financial position Recycled Sales Recycled sales are expected to total 3 500 acre feet in 2014 15 With the completion of the current direct reuse program the recycled water distribution system will include over 20 miles of 4 to 24 pipelines several pump stations a 2 million gallon reservoir and over 40 connections Recycled water sales will generate about 1 96 million through uniform contract rates paid by Upper District s retail water provider customers 11
Water  Sales   The  Upper  District  delivers  both  imported  water  purchased  from  Metropolitan  and  recycled   water...
Upper District Standby Charge To recover a portion of the costs for the recycled water program and water use efficiency program a standby charge of 8 per acre or parcel thereof is levied on all parcels within Upper District s service area The standby charge currently generates about 1 65 million and it is recommended that the charge remain the same in 2014 15 The Upper District Board may consider levying an additional charge in the future depending on how successful the project development efforts e g permitting are for the indirect reuse project MWD Standby Charge Metropolitan levies a separate standby charge on behalf of Upper District to recover a portion of Metropolitan s costs for ensuring a reliable water supply including capital infrastructure for emergency and drought water storage and imported water system conveyance capacity The Metropolitan standby charge is credited against Metropolitan s Readiness to Serve Charge RTS The Metropolitan standby charge is currently 9 27 per parcel and generates 1 96 million per year exceeding the RTS of 1 61 million by about 0 35 million This favorable difference reduces Upper District s cost of purchased water and is currently used to offset costs that would otherwise have to be recovered through the surcharge The RTS has been increasing significantly resulting in a declining favorable difference up until next fiscal year In 2015 the total RTS will decrease by about 6 percent per Metropolitan s adopted budget However if the RTS starts increasing again in subsequent years Upper District may have to charge the producers and Watermaster for Metropolitan s RTS within the next five years Water Use Efficiency About 0 29 million of WUE program revenues consist of member agency allocation from Metropolitan s Conservation Credits program The proposed budget relies heavily on increasing the outreach effort to promote water conservation This effort will not only raise public awareness about the importance of water conservation but is also intended to bring a significant amount of direct rebate dollars back to the San Gabriel Valley through the socalwatersmart com website a regional water conservation rebate program 12
    Upper  District  Standby  Charge   To  recover  a  portion  of  the  costs  for  the  recycled  water  program  and  w...
Interest and Other Revenues Interest and other revenues total 0 78 million and include interest 0 09 million property tax allocations 0 30 million RTS charge for USG 3 0 08 million reimbursement from Main San Gabriel Basin Watermaster of Upper District s share in San Gabriel River Watermaster s budget 0 08 million and credits received from Metropolitan s Local Resources Program 0 23 million for delivery of recycled water Reserves Use of reserves accounts for 2 17 million or 7 percent of the total sources of funds Of this amount 1 35 million is going toward the continued development of the indirect reuse program while 0 25 million will cover anticipated net loss from operations Fund Balances Figure 3 illustrates the recent trend in total fund balances From 2009 to June 30 2013 total fund balances dropped by about 11 31 million During this period about 13 01 million in capital outlays were financed with cash This number is greater than the reduction in total funds during this period due to net positive operating revenues of 1 70 million During 2013 14 additional federal and state loan funds totaling 2 01 million were received as a result of the final financial reviews conducted by the Bureau of Reclamation and the State Water Resources Control Board increasing anticipated fund balances to 17 55 million by the end of 2013 14 Upper District is no longer in the position of generating significant net positive operating revenue at the current water rate and sales volume to sustain this level of cash financing of capital In addition there are very limited and highly competitive opportunities to secure outside funding for further development of capital projects identified by the IRP To continue development of these projects it is necessary to preserve existing fund balances for capital financing Once rates and charges that provide revenue sources sufficient to meet debt service coverage requirements are approved Upper District can begin to issue debt to fund a portion of the capital program The proposed budget includes the use of 2 17 million in reserves primarily to fund the IRRP and other capital projects amounting to about 1 93 million net of grant funding 13
Interest  and  Other  Revenues   Interest  and  other  revenues  total   0.78  million  and  include   interest    0.09  m...
Figure 3 Total Fund Balances Potential Future Capital Outlays The IRP identifies two balanced water supply resource alternatives that ensure water supply reliability through 2035 The construction cost of recycled water and storm water capture projects identified in these alternatives is estimated to be between 50 million and 75 million The difference is due to whether or not additional advanced treatment will be required to use recycled water supplies for groundwater recharge Figure 4 illustrates a preliminary estimate of future capital outlays by major category for the next ten years Figure 5 does not include the additional costs to construct full advanced treatment FAT recycled water treatment facilities for groundwater recharge Figure 4 assumes that indirect reuse for recharge can be accomplished with less expensive treatment technology Depending on the overall rate impacts driven by the rising cost of imported water the availability of state and federal grants and the cost of financing this aggressive program it may be necessary to stage out the construction costs of the indirect reuse program if the Board approves moving forward with the project once critical path milestones like permitting environmental right of way and preliminary design are complete 14
Figure  3.   Total  Fund  Balances              Potential  Future  Capital  Outlays      The  IRP  identifies  two  balanc...
Figure 4 Potential Future Capital Outlays Debt Service Coverage Ratio A critical financial ratio that Upper District must consistently maintain demonstrating an ability to meet payment obligations in order to establish credit is a debt service coverage ratio Upper District is required per the loan agreements with the State to set rates and charges to generate sufficient net operating revenue in order to maintain a minimum debt service coverage ratio of 120 percent However in the financial market a debt coverage of at least 150 percent is necessary to obtain an AA credit rating The current year budget assumed total sales of 32 000 acre feet resulting in net positive operating revenues of 1 24 million This amount is 171 percent of estimated debt service costs of about 0 72 million For 2014 15 and at the same level of imported water sales net operating revenues will not be sufficient to cover debt service payments mainly due to election costs 0 25 million and costs associated with the development of a benefits analysis and engineer s report for a new standby charge 15
Figure  4.   Potential  Future  Capital  Outlays              Debt  Service  Coverage  Ratio   A   critical   financial   ...
Table 4 Debt Service Coverage Ratios Forecasted 2013 14 Millions Operating costs not including debt service 28 77 Budget 2013 14 Millions 27 71 Budget 2014 15 Millions 28 77 Less revenue offsets non water sales 4 46 4 48 4 63 Net operating costs funded from water sales 24 31 23 23 24 14 Operating revenues water sales 25 81 24 47 24 67 1 50 1 24 0 53 0 77 0 72 0 77 Operating revenues in excess short of operating costs funded from water sales Debt Service SRLF Other Total Debt Service Debt Service Coverage Ratio 16 0 77 194 0 72 171 0 77 68
Table  4.    Debt  Service  Coverage  Ratios   Forecasted 2013-14  Millions Operating costs not including debt service    ...
2014 Water Rates Metropolitan has already adopted rates that will increase Upper District s total rate by the amounts shown in Table 5 below Table 5 2014 Upper District Rates Effective 01 01 13 Effective 01 01 14 Proposed 01 01 15 Full Service Treated Tier 1 MWD Upper District Surcharge Upper District Rate 847 80 927 890 80 970 923 125 1 048 Full Service Treated Tier 2 MWD Upper District Surcharge Upper District Rate 997 80 1 077 1 032 80 1 112 1 055 125 1 180 Full Service Untreated Tier 1 MWD Upper District Surcharge Upper District Rate 593 80 673 593 80 673 582 125 707 Full Service Untreated Tier 2 MWD Upper District Surcharge Upper District Rate 743 80 823 735 80 815 714 125 839 Replenishment Untreated MWD Upper District Surcharge Upper District Rate 17
2014  Water  Rates        Metropolitan  has  already  adopted  rates  that  will  increase  Upper  District   s  total  ra...
Budget Tables
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UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 2011 12 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2014 15 FY 2011 12 ACTUAL FY 2012 13 ACTUAL FY 2013 14 FORECASTED FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET Administrative Expenses Personnel Expenses Employee Salaries Employee Benefits Retired Employee Benefits Employee Travel Conference Sub Total 1 127 290 284 524 63 115 39 540 1 514 469 975 903 224 350 65 206 29 665 1 295 124 1 160 000 265 000 70 000 45 000 1 540 000 1 258 000 340 000 89 000 45 000 1 732 000 1 306 000 325 000 75 000 55 000 1 761 000 Sub Total 148 828 76 704 72 664 15 847 28 745 342 788 152 929 73 399 64 538 20 808 25 028 336 702 172 500 85 000 70 000 25 000 40 000 392 500 172 500 110 000 98 000 25 000 40 000 445 500 173 500 97 000 80 000 25 000 45 000 420 500 361 930 361 930 410 085 410 085 903 000 903 000 470 000 470 000 398 000 398 000 Sub Total 69 880 31 183 50 027 113 431 20 098 284 619 77 942 32 230 38 458 133 428 25 689 307 747 115 300 35 000 60 000 154 000 30 000 394 300 57 500 31 827 56 400 150 000 33 000 328 727 45 000 35 000 46 000 160 000 35 000 321 000 Sub Total 17 701 38 049 178 453 18 819 253 022 3 529 39 942 200 520 6 180 250 171 3 000 42 000 207 048 7 000 259 048 5 000 38 192 207 048 7 200 257 440 5 000 43 260 213 259 7 210 268 729 Sub Total 83 406 97 525 38 079 93 620 96 447 409 077 77 043 77 295 61 084 131 421 16 827 363 670 120 000 52 500 36 000 151 000 50 000 409 500 136 000 52 500 40 000 45 000 50 000 323 500 136 000 57 500 40 000 60 000 10 000 303 500 Sub Total 0 0 0 0 370 700 370 700 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 250 000 250 000 Director Expenses Director Compensation Director Benefits Retired Director Benefits Director Public Outreach Director Travel Conference Pension OPEB Expense CalPERS Employees Directors Retirees Sub Total Office Expenses Office Supplies Equipment Equipment Operations Maintenance Computer Systems Dues Memberships Assessments Meetings Expense Facility Expenses Building Maintenance Liability Property Insurance Office Lease Telephone Utilities Professional Services Legal Financial Engineering Auditor Recruitment Others Temp Services Public Information Outreach Other Expenses Computer Loans Election Costs Allocation to Projects and Programs Administrative Overhead Allocation Sub Total 1 112 812 1 112 812 969 936 969 936 880 000 880 000 1 227 780 1 227 780 949 000 949 000 2 053 093 2 364 263 3 018 348 2 329 387 2 773 729 16 584 353 11 435 328 22 810 006 21 624 006 21 802 145 Program Expenses Water Use Efficiency Program Education and Community Outreach Program Water Quality Supply Program Recycled Water Program Stormwater Program Sub Total 1 284 909 615 227 716 605 911 068 27 415 3 555 224 391 568 381 944 471 822 1 492 698 113 136 2 851 168 705 000 411 000 651 000 1 916 000 30 000 3 713 000 990 000 442 000 1 047 490 1 912 290 89 400 4 481 180 760 250 798 750 932 600 2 408 500 64 400 4 964 500 Total Administrative Operating Program Expenses 22 192 670 16 650 759 29 541 354 28 434 573 29 540 374 8 193 815 13 024 520 3 314 000 3 634 100 2 327 500 30 386 485 29 675 279 32 855 354 32 068 673 31 867 874 Total Administrative Expenses Water Purchases Revolving Expense Total Capital Outlays TOTAL 18
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT EXPENSE SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR 2011-12 THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 2014-15 FY 2011-...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE BUDGET EXPENSES FY 2013 14 FORECASTED FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES Personnel Expenses Employee Salaries Employee Benefits Retired Employee Benefits Employee Travel Conference Sub Total Director Expenses Director Compensation Director Benefits Retired Director Benefits Director Public Outreach Director Travel Conference Sub Total Pension OPEB Expense CalPERS Employees Directors Retirees Sub Total Office Expenses Office Supplies Equipment Equipment Operations Maintenance Computer Systems Dues Memberships Assessments Meetings Expense Sub Total Facility Expenses Building Maintenance Liability Property Insurance Office Lease Telephone Utilities Sub Total Professional Services Legal Financial Engineering Auditor Recruitment Others Temp Services Public Information Outreach Sub Total Other Expenses Election Costs Sub Total Allocation to Projects and Programs Administrative Overhead Allocation Sub Total 1 160 000 265 000 70 000 45 000 1 540 000 1 258 000 340 000 89 000 45 000 1 732 000 1 306 000 325 000 75 000 55 000 1 761 000 172 500 85 000 70 000 25 000 40 000 392 500 172 500 110 000 98 000 25 000 40 000 445 500 173 500 97 000 80 000 25 000 45 000 420 500 903 000 903 000 470 000 470 000 398 000 398 000 115 300 35 000 60 000 154 000 30 000 394 300 57 500 31 827 56 400 150 000 33 000 328 727 45 000 35 000 46 000 160 000 35 000 321 000 3 000 42 000 207 048 7 000 259 048 5 000 38 192 207 048 7 200 257 440 5 000 43 260 213 259 7 210 268 729 120 000 52 500 36 000 151 000 50 000 409 500 136 000 52 500 40 000 45 000 50 000 323 500 136 000 57 500 40 000 60 000 10 000 303 500 0 0 0 0 250 000 250 000 880 000 880 000 1 227 780 1 227 780 949 000 949 000 3 018 348 2 329 387 2 773 729 2 200 2 200 49 497 49 497 49 497 49 497 Other Administrative Revenues Taxes Other Income Sub Total 300 000 5 000 305 000 300 000 5 000 305 000 300 000 5 000 305 000 TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATING REVENUES 307 200 354 497 354 497 TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATING REVENUES Interest Sub Total ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATING EXPENSES 3 018 348 2 329 387 2 773 729 NET 2 711 148 1 974 890 2 419 232 19
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE BUDGET-EXPENSES FY 2013-14 FORECASTED  FY 2013-14 BUDGET ...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT WATER PURCHASES REVOLVING FUND REVENUES FY 2013 14 FORECASTED WATER PURCHASE EXPENSE Tier 1 Treated Tier 1 Untreated MWD Capacity Charge MWD Ready to Serve Charge Sub Total FY 2014 15 BUDGET TOTAL WATER PURCHASES REVOLVING FUND EXPENSES IMPORTED WATER PURCHASE REVENUES Water Rate Revenues Tier 1 Treated Tier 1 Untreated Upper Surcharge Tier 1 Treated Upper Surcharge Tier 1 Untreated Gross MWD Stand by Charge Revenue Reconciliation MSGB Watermaster Ready to Serve TOTAL WATER PURCHASE REVENUES Revolving Other Revenue Interest MSGB Watermaster SG River Watermaster TOTAL REVOLVING FUND REVENUES TOTAL WATER PURCHASE REVOLVING FUND REVENUES WATER PURCHASE EXPENSES NET 20 2 596 727 18 383 000 186 790 1 567 489 22 734 006 2 596 727 17 197 000 186 790 1 567 489 21 548 006 2 712 767 17 197 000 207 610 1 606 488 21 723 865 76 000 76 000 76 000 76 000 78 280 78 280 22 810 006 21 624 006 21 802 145 2 596 727 18 383 000 240 000 2 480 000 1 961 005 75 600 25 736 332 2 596 727 17 197 000 240 000 2 320 000 1 961 005 75 600 24 390 332 2 712 767 17 197 000 298 319 2 320 000 1 961 005 75 600 24 564 692 0 76 000 76 000 0 76 000 76 000 24 496 78 280 102 776 25 812 332 24 466 332 24 667 468 22 810 006 21 624 006 21 802 145 3 002 326 REVOLVING EXPENSE San Gabriel River Watermaster Sub Total FY 2013 14 BUDGET 2 842 326 2 865 323
   UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT WATER PURCHASES   REVOLVING FUND-REVENUES FY 2013-14 FORECASTED WATER...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT WATER USE EFFICIENCY FY 2013 14 FORECASTED FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET WATER USE EFFICIENCY PROGRAM EXPENSES Residential Programs Residential Retrofit Program Residential Water Efficient Rebate Program Sub Total 150 000 5 000 155 000 150 000 0 150 000 150 000 0 150 000 Commercial Industrial Institution Programs Other CII Programs Sub Total 100 000 100 000 100 000 100 000 0 0 Landscape Programs Landscape Retrofit Water Surveys Program Other Landscape Programs Sub Total 330 000 15 000 345 000 400 000 235 000 635 000 400 000 100 000 500 000 Allocation to Conservation Programs Salaries Overhead Sub Total 105 000 105 000 105 000 105 000 110 250 110 250 705 000 990 000 760 250 311 000 311 000 311 000 311 000 286 000 286 000 311 000 311 000 286 000 WATER USE EFFICIENCY EXPENSES 705 000 990 000 760 250 NET 394 000 679 000 474 250 TOTAL WATER USE EFFICIENCY EXPENSES WATER USE EFFICIENCY REVENUES Other Sub Total TOTAL WATER USE EFFICIENCY REVENUES 21
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT WATER USE EFFICIENCY FY 2013-14 FORECASTED  FY 2013-14 BUDGET  FY 2014-1...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT EDUCATION COMMUNITY OUTREACH FY 2013 14 FORECASTED EDUCATION COMMUNITY OUTREACH EXPENSES Watershed Programs Natural Vegetation Restoration Program Sub Total FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET 10 000 10 000 20 000 20 000 20 000 20 000 10 000 156 000 10 000 0 176 000 10 000 146 000 20 000 0 176 000 10 000 176 000 20 000 195 000 401 000 25 000 10 000 33 000 5 000 2 000 30 000 10 000 5 000 120 000 45 000 10 000 33 000 5 000 4 500 30 500 10 000 3 000 141 000 125 000 10 000 35 000 10 000 4 500 50 000 30 000 3 000 267 500 105 000 105 000 105 000 105 000 110 250 110 250 TOTAL EDUCATION COMMUNITY OUTREACH EXPENSES 411 000 442 000 798 750 EDUCATION COMMUNITY OUTREACH REVENUES Interest TOTAL EDUCATION COMMUNITY OUTREACH REVENUES 0 0 0 0 0 0 Educational Programs Water Awareness Youth Art Contests Educational Activities Sponsorships Educational Materials Grant Program Educational Outreach Programs Events Sub Total Outreach and Information Programs Public Workshops Seminars Conservation Devices Items Bottled Water Program Displays Fairs Presentations Conferences Meetings Public Information Technical Assistance Legal Financial Sub Total Allocation to Conservation Programs Salaries Overhead Sub Total EDUCATION COMMUNITY OUTREACH EXPENSES 411 000 442 000 798 750 NET 411 000 442 000 798 750 22
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT EDUCATION   COMMUNITY OUTREACH  FY 2013-14 FORECASTED EDUCATION   COMMUN...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY PROGRAM FY 2013 14 FORECASTED FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY PROGRAM EXPENSES Engineering for Water Supply Projects Legislative Consultant Salaries Outside Services Sub Total 40 000 265 000 25 000 330 000 60 000 265 000 25 000 350 000 50 000 170 000 25 000 245 000 Other Expenses Urban Water Management Plan Related Studies Integrated Resource Management Plan Water Supply Reliability Plan Emergency Preparedness Integrated Groundwater Surface Water Model Long Range Finance Plan Others Legal and Financial Salaries Overhead Allocation Sub Total 0 15 000 10 000 20 000 50 000 6 000 220 000 321 000 0 25 000 100 000 200 000 75 000 6 000 291 490 697 490 20 000 5 000 100 000 300 000 30 000 6 000 226 600 687 600 TOTAL WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY EXPENSES 651 000 1 047 490 932 600 WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY PROGRAM REVENUES Grants Other Interest TOTAL WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY REVENUES 0 40 000 40 000 0 11 000 11 000 125 000 6 000 131 000 WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY PROGRAM EXPENSES 651 000 1 047 490 932 600 NET 611 000 1 036 490 801 600 23
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT WATER QUALITY AND SUPPLY PROGRAM FY 2013-14 FORECASTED  FY 2013-14 BUDGE...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RECYCLED WATER REVENUES EXPENSES FY 2013 14 FORECASTED RECYCLED WATER EXPENSES Water Purchases Recycled Water SWRCB Loan Repayment Salaries Overhead Allocation Standby Charge Design Implementation Engineering General Lobbyist Operation and Maintenance Phase IIA Operation and Maintenance Phase IIB TOTAL RECYCLED WATER EXPENSES FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET 540 000 773 000 100 000 19 000 0 30 000 220 000 234 000 1 916 000 540 000 722 000 264 290 19 000 0 25 000 234 000 108 000 1 912 290 734 000 773 000 105 000 154 000 142 500 25 000 241 000 234 000 2 408 500 540 000 1 393 000 215 000 1 650 000 0 3 798 000 540 000 1 393 000 215 000 1 650 000 4 000 3 802 000 734 000 1 229 000 235 000 1 650 000 3 000 3 851 000 1 916 000 1 912 290 2 408 500 1 882 000 1 889 710 1 442 500 RECYCLED WATER REVENUES Recycled Water Sales Upper Recycled Water Surcharge Revenue MWD LRP Credit Parcel Standby Charge Interest TOTAL RECYCLED WATER REVENUES RECYCLED WATER EXPENSES NET 24
     UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RECYCLED WATER REVENUES   EXPENSES FY 2013-14 FORECASTED RECYCLED W...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT STORMWATER REVENUE EXPENSE FY 2013 14 FORECASTED FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET STORMWATER EXPENSES Professional Services Salaries Overhead Allocation TOTAL STORMWATER EXPENSES 30 000 0 30 000 60 000 29 400 89 400 35 000 29 400 64 400 0 0 0 0 0 0 STORMWATER REVENUES Interest TOTAL STORMWATER REVENUES STORMWATER EXPENSES 30 000 89 400 64 400 NET 30 000 89 400 64 400 25
   UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT STORMWATER REVENUE   EXPENSE FY 2013-14 FORECASTED  FY 2013-14 BUDGET...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RATE STABILIZATION FUND BUDGET FY 2013 14 FORECASTED FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET RATE STABILIZATION FUND EXPENSES Miscellaneous TOTAL RATE STABILIZATION FUND EXPENSES 0 0 0 0 0 0 Interest TOTAL RATE STABILIZATION FUND REVENUES 2 000 2 000 4 000 4 000 4 000 4 000 TOTAL RATE STABILIZATION FUND EXPENSES 0 0 0 2 000 4 000 4 000 RATE STABILIZATION FUND REVENUES NET 26
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RATE STABILIZATION FUND BUDGET FY 2013-14 FORECASTED  FY 2013-14 BUDGET ...
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT CAPITAL PROGRAM BUDGET FY 2013 14 FORECASTED San Gabriel Valley Water Recycling Project Construction Phase IIB Engineering General Miller Coors Reuse Project Project Construction Management IIB Indirect Reuse Replenishment Project Permits Right of Way Legal and Financial Salaries Overhead Allocation Sub Total FY 2013 14 BUDGET FY 2014 15 BUDGET 1 565 000 70 000 100 000 160 000 999 000 10 000 10 000 350 000 3 264 000 1 565 000 107 500 100 000 120 000 999 000 0 10 000 432 600 3 334 100 0 0 300 000 0 1 500 000 0 10 000 367 500 2 177 500 50 000 50 000 300 000 300 000 150 000 150 000 3 314 000 3 634 100 2 327 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grants Federal US Bureau of Reclamation State State Water Resources Control Board Other 1 870 000 1 383 505 615 000 150 000 0 615 000 0 0 400 000 Loans State State Water Resources Control Board Sub Total 289 112 4 157 617 0 765 000 0 400 000 4 157 617 765 000 400 000 Other Capital Outflows Miller Pit Neighborhood SW Projects Sub Total TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAYS CAPITAL PROGRAM INFLOWS Interest Sub Total TOTAL CAPITAL INFLOWS CAPITAL OUTFLOWS 843 617 NET 27 3 314 000 3 634 100 2 327 500 2 869 100 1 927 500
UPPER SAN GABRIEL VALLEY MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT CAPITAL PROGRAM BUDGET FY 2013-14 FORECASTED San Gabriel Valley Water Re...
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