Slide Show from Dec. 18 2019 Informational Meeting

Kays Creek Irrigation Company

Informational Shareholder Meeting

December 18, 2019

Partnership Goal

Maintain water supply into the future to agricultural and pressurized users.

Kays Creek – own, operate, and maintain reservoirs and non-pressurized system.

Layton City – own, operate, and maintain pressurized system. 

 

Challenges

State Regulations

Metering

  • Required on all new connections after April 1, 2020
  • Plan for installation on all existing connections (Estimated -$4,500,000)

Regional Conservation Goals

Water Use Data Reporting

Aging Infrastructure

Repair and replacement of existing system.

Equipment and staffing needs are increasing with aging system.

Billing

Collection from shareholders and customers is difficult on a yearly basis.

 

Existing and Future Costs

Projected Kays Creek Costs

Immediate Costs -$175,000

Equipment

  • Dump truck -$80,000
  • Mini Excavator and trailer – $95,000

Annual Recurring Costs -$506,000

2 New Employees

  • Wages and benefits $83,000 each per year – $166,000

Office Space –minimum $20,000 per year

System Repair

  • $55,000 per year

System Replacement

  • $265,000 -$525,000 per year

Kays Creek Irrigation Potential Rates

  • 2020 -$275
  • 2021 -$275-$400
  • 2022+ – $400+

 

Layton City Master Plan

Secondary Water Repair and Replacement

  • 2020 – 2027 Total: $3,951,305
  • $320,000 – $580,000 per year

Secondary Water Improvement Projects

  • 10-yr – $10,946,000
  • Total – $17,856,000

Layton City Proposed Rates

  • 2020 – $200.00
  • 2021 – $220.00
  • 2022 – $242.00
  • 2023+ – $266.20

 

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