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Anderson~Cottonwood Irrigation District
2810 SilverStreet, Anderson, Ca. 96007
(530) 365~7329- Fax: (530) 365~7623
Brenda Haynes, President
Audie Butcher, Vice President
~.obert Blankenship, Director
Jason Munson, Director
Kayle Spoon, Director
Stan Wangberg, GM/Sec
www.andersoncottonwoodirrigationdistrict.org
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-BOARD OF DIRECTORS AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING
DECEMBER 18, 2014
6:00P.M.
ANDERSON CITY HALL- COUNCIL CHAMBERS
1887 HOWARD STREET- ANDERSON, CALIFORNIA
PARTICIPATION BY PUBLIC IN MEETING
To address the Board on any particular issue, please fill out and submit a Speaker Request Form
prior to the start of the meeting. Each speaker will be limited to one three (3) minute opportunity
to speak per agenda item, unless the Board makes an exception due to special circumstances.
Effective July 1, 2008, the Brown Act requires any non-confidential documents or writings
distributed to a majority of the Board of Directors less than 72 hours before a regular meeting will
be made available to members of the public at the same time they are distributed.
Pursuant to the State's Open Meeting Law, the legislative body or its staff may briefly respond to
comments or questions from members of the public; and if deemed necessary, refer the subject
for follow-up and/or to schedule the matter on a subsequent Board agenda.
The Brown Act prohibits the Board from taking action on any item not placed on the printed
Agenda in most cases.
1.
CALL TO ORDER
PUBLIC HEARING-6:00P.M.
P.H.1.
PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING WATER RATE INCREASE.
Notification of a proposed rate increase was provided to record owners of parcels
using water provided by Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District, dated October
21, 2014, in accordance with Proposition 218. Following a review period of at
least 45 days as required by law, this hearing is to consider all protests against the
proposed fee. If a majority of owners of the identified parcels submit written
protests, the District shall not impose the proposed fee.
2.
PRESENTATIONS - NONE.
3.
DISCUSSION ITEM - NONE.
4.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
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AGENDA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS REGULAR MEETING
DECEMBER 18, 2014
5.
CONSENT AGENDA
Consent Agenda items are expected to be routine and non-controversial. They will be
acted upon by the Board at one time without discussion. Any member of the public, staff
or Board may request that an item be removed from the Consent Agenda for separate
discussion. Are there any requests to remove any items from the Consent Agenda?
5.1
MINUTES - APPROVE THE MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF
NOVEMBER 13,2014.
5.2
FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT FOR MONTH ENDING NOVEMBER 30,
2014.
5.3
PAYROLL- APPROVE PAYROLL CHECK REGISTER FOR MONTH OF
NOVEMBER 2014.
5.4
CASH DISBURSEMENTS - APPROVE CASH DISBURSEMENTS JOURNAL
FOR MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2014.
5.5
EFTPS TRANSACTIONS- APPROVE EFTPS TRANSACTIONS FOR THE
PAYROLL PERIODS ENDING OCTOBER 31, 2014 AND NOVEMBER 15,
2014.
END OF CONSENT AGENDA
5.6
ITEMS (IF ANY) REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA.
6.
ACTION ITEMS
6.1
CONSIDER REDUCTION OF PENALTIES FOR LATE PAYMENT OF
WATER RATES (SEE STAFF REPORT).
6.2
CONSIDER APPROVAL OF APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT FOR 2015
WATER SERVICE (SEE ENCLOSED).
6.3
CONSIDER IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CLEAR CREEK SIPHON
INSTREAM REPAIR PROJECT USING CURED-IN-PLACE PIPE (SEE STAFF
REPORT).
6.4
CONSIDER APPROVAL OF THE 2015 OPERATING BUDGET (PROPOSAL
ENCLOSED).
6.5
CONSIDER CANCELLATION OF THE REGULARLY
JANUARY 2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING.
SCHEDULED
6.6 CONDUCT ELECTION OF BOARD OFFICERS FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2015
-PRESIDENT, VICE PRESIDENT, AND SECRETARY.
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AGENDA
BOARD OF DIRECTORS REGULAR MEETING
DECEMBER 18, 2014
7.
MANAGER'S REPORT
ADMINISTRATIVE- CONSTRUCTION- MAINTENANCE- OPERATIONS
8.
DIRECTORS' REPORTS
• COMMENTS ON DISTRICT ACTIVITIES
• QUESTIONS TO STAFF ON DISTRICT ISSUES
9.
ADJOURNMENT
NEXT SCHEDULED BOARD MEETING:
FEBRUARY 12, 2015
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Anderson,Cottonwood Irrigation District
Brenda Haynes, President
Audie Butcher, Vice President
Robert Blankenship, Director
2810 Silver Street, Anderson, Ca. 96007
(530) 365~7329- Fax: (530) 365~7623
Jason Munson, Director
Kayle Spoon, Director
Stan Wangberg, GM/Sec
www.andersoncottonwoodirrigationdistrict.org
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-October 21, 2014
To:
Record owners of parcels using water provided by Anderson-Cottonwood
Irrigation District
Re:
Notice of Water Rate Increase
Dear Landowner:
As many of you are aware, Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District (District) has
maintained its water rates, unchanged, since 2009. These rates are imposed for the cost of
service which includes diverting, conveying, and delivering irrigation water to District
landholders. In 2008 the rate for water was $69 per irrigated acre, and was increased in
2009 to $75 per acre which represented an increase of8.7%
Since that time, the California Consumer Price Index has seen the following inflationary
changes:
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
-0.3%
1.3%
2.6%
2.2%
1.5%
=20~1:::_4!..___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __,_1=.9'-'-"% (projected)
Total Inflation
9.2%
2009 Rate Increase
8.7%
Net Position
-0.5%
Inflation since 2009 has exceeded the most recent rate adjustment by 0.5%, effectively
reducing the District's revenues derived from water rates by a like amount during that
period oftime.
The District has been operating for decades with a budget that relies heavily on nonoperating revenues (primarily property taxes and earned interest) to subsidize the
difference between operating revenues and the cost of providing service. Operating
revenues (rates and water transfers) in recent years have provided approximately 2/3 of
the operating budget with the remainder provided by non-operating revenues.
While the Board of Directors and management continue to pursue opportunities to
diversify the District's revenue portfolio and to stabilize its water rates, there should be a
close nexus between the revenues derived from operations and the cost of providing
service. To help close the gap between operating revenues and expenses, the Board has
determined that a series of small, inflation-based rate increases are necessary and
appropriate.
The following is intended to provide a narrative of substantive changes to the District's
cost of providing service since 2009.
Salaries and Benefits
Since 2009, non-management salaries, benefits, and payroll taxes have increased 13.7%.
In July 2014 the District entered into a new four-year Collective Bargaining Agreement
with the Teamsters Union representing non'-management employees that will result in
additional increased payroll costs averaging 1.3 5% for each of the four contract years, or
approximately $7,500 per year.
Water Rights Protection
a) NRDC v. USBR et al
In 2008 the District was named in a suit filed in Federal court by the National Resources
Defense Council that seeks rescission of our Settlement Contract under which we divert
from the Sacramento River (OCAP litigation). We have entered into a Memorandum of
Understanding with other defendant parties to share the cost of defending the suit, but
each party has been burdened with significant costs.
While there are water rights protection expenses other than the OCAP litigation, the
majority of these expenses since 2009 have been a result of this lawsuit. During the
period January 2009-0ctober 2014, the District has spent $136,090 on water rights
protection.
And the OCAP litigation is far from over; the defendants recently filed a Petition for Writ
of Certiorari with the United States Supreme Court following an unfavorable ruling by
the 91h Circuit Court of Appeals. Ultimately, if the 9th Circuit opinion stands, all
Settlement Contractors, including ACID, may have their Contracts re-opened. Even
under best-case scenarios, this action may not be resolved for several years and will
certainly result in significant additional legal expense.
b) Drought year water curtailments
In February 2014 the Bureau of Reclamation informed ACID that all Sacramento River
Settlement Contractors would be curtailed to 40% of their contract supply (a 60%
curtailment). ACID diverts water under its Settlement Contract with the United States,
which provides for a maximum curtailment of 25% based on inflow to Lake Shasta.
Extraordinarily dry conditions had resulted in very low reservoir storage, which prompted
the National Marine Fisheries Service and other resource agencies to influence operation
of the Central Valley Project; the goal of the fisheries agencies was to preserve cold
water in storage to use for temperature control and water quality for fish in fall2014.
These actions by the resource agencies resulted in the initial2014 allocation of 40%; the
Sacramento River Settlement Contractors responded by contracting with engineering
consultants to model operations and devise a diversion schedule that would mitigate some
of the fisheries' concerns. In conjunction with the engineering consultants, there was
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significant activity by the Contractors' legal teams and management to negotiate a
revised curtailment of25%.
While this activity resulted in almost doubling the initial water allocation, there were
significant costs associated with these actions that were borne by the Contractors,
including ACID.
In addition, it is now clear that this cold water issue, and the resource agencies' goal of
preserving cold water for instream purposes, will continue to impact Reclamation's
ability to fulfill its contractual obligations to Settlement Contractors in the future. If dry
conditions persist it is inevitable that similar pressure will be brought to bear upon
Reclamation to preserve water in storage at the expense of Settlement Contractor
supplies. As a group, the Contractors are working to address this issue prior to the 2015
season which will obviously result in continued and significant expense.
Energy
The District operates numerous pumping stations, including three 100-hp pumps at South
Bonnyview and several smaller lift and recirculation pumps throughout the service area.
The largest single expense is the South Bonnyview Pumping Plant, for which power is
supplied by Redding Electric Utility. REU has imposed several recent rate increases of
7.8% per year, resulting in significant increases to expenses. Overall power costs for
2014 are projected to total approximately $130,000, compared to $102,000 in 2009- an
increase of 27 .5%.
Contract and Regulatory Compliance
To comply with terms of our 2005 Settlement Contract with the United States, the
District must be party to a regional water management plan. We shared in the cost of
creating such a plan with other parties ($11,000 over two years), and the plan must be
updated annually. Annual costs for plan compliance are approximately $6,500.
In addition, there are numerous fees and charges for regulatory compliance which
include: dam safety inspection and report; waste discharge permit; property taxes; and,
membership fees for legislative and regulatory advocacy.
Capital Needs
The District celebrated its 1001h anniversary in 2014, and many components of the
conveyance system are nearly 100 years old. There are several important issues that must
be addressed to simply keep the system running. In 2010 the District replaced the
instream portion of the Cottonwood Creek siphon, which had become exposed due to
streambed degradation and damaged by scouring. This project cost $380,000 with
$130,000 provided through a Federal grant program. The two issues of the highest
priority currently facing the District are the Clear Creek siphon and seepage from the
main canal.
The Clear Creek siphon is an 84" buried pipeline that carries the main canal under Clear
Creek for a distance of about 1,250 feet. The instream portion of this pipe has been
repaired by a team of divers in three of the past five years after major leaks developed. In
late 2013 the District rehabilitated 750 feet of the upslope portion of the siphon, which
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included: excavation and recompaction of imported fill material around the pipe; major
concrete work on the exterior including joint collars and a thru~t block; and, interior
repairs to all joints and leaks. This project cost $240,000 and was paid entirely out of
District reserves. A follow-up project on this same reach of pipe to address additional
issues is scheduled to begin in October 2014 with a budget of$62,000.
Seepage from the main canal at Hill Street north of Anderson has been a recurring
problem each spring, but was worse than ever in April2014. The canal and the Verde
Vale subdivision are constructed atop an alluvial fan that acts as a conduit for water,
allowing seepage to spread downslope and flood numerous properties in the area. The
District has undertaken a project to line a reach of canal 600 feet in length to reduce
water loss and mitigate the flooding of adjacent lands. This project is scheduled to begin
in October 2014 with an expected budget of approximately $300,000. All of this cost will
be paid from District reserves.
In 1988 the District implemented a System Improvement Program to install and replace
buried pipelines in its lateral ditches. Since that time we have installed over 13,000 linear
feet of pipe, with an additional 2,000 feet scheduled for installation this winter. Expenses
for system improvements since 2008, excluding District staff time, are over $515,000.
We have rehabilitated several pumps since 2009, including all three pumps at South
Bonnyview for a combined cost of approximately $50,000.
Two significant problems to tackle this winter include the failure of the Anderson Creek
siphon, which runs parallel and adjacent to the arch flume, and failure of the Lateral37
pipeline under the railroad tracks. Both of these must be addressed immediately and cost
estimates have not been developed.
Conclusion
Prices for almost all goods and services have increased significantly over the past six
years, during which time the District has held the line on water rates. Unfortunately, as
the preceding summary indicates, the current rates do not provide adequate revenue to
meet the cost of providing service and maintaining capital infrastructure.
Proposed Rate
Notice is hereby provided that Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District is proposing a
five-year sequential water rate increase beginning in 2015; the proposed rate will be
applicable to each acre of land irrigated with District water. The existing rate will
increase annually by 2.25% from 2015 through 2019. The new proposed rates are as
follows:
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Water Rates/Acre
Current - 2014
$75.00
2.25% increase
2015
$76.69
2016
$78.42
2017
$80.18
2018
$81.98
2019
$83.83
Rate Increase
(Annual)
Resulting Revenue
(6,650 acres)
$1.69
$1.73
$1.76
$1.80
$1.84
$509,989
$521,493
$533,197
$545,167
$557,470
Added
Revenue
$11,239
$22,743
$34,447
$46,417
$58,653
$173,499
Basis for the Increased Rate
Forecasts for annual inflation remain in the range of2%- 3%, which will impact most of
the District's fixed costs. Energy costs are projected to continue rising with annual
increases of 6% - 10%; legal and water rights protection expenses will be significant in
upcoming years; and capital needs far exceed the District's reserves.
The proposed rate increase of2.25% per year for five years, based on 2014 irrigation of
6,650 acres, will result in added revenue averaging about $35,000 per year for a total of
$175,000 compared to the same period at existing rates. This revenue will be used to
offset operating costs for which line items are included in the annual District budget, and
help fund depreciation of capital infrastructure.
Public Hearing
Pursuant to Proposition 218 (California Constitution, article XIII D, §6), a public hearing
must be conducted prior to increasing a property-related fee or charge. This proposed
increase is subject to Proposition 218, and as such a public hearing has been scheduled,
and notice hereby provided, to be held at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 18 at
Anderson City Hall at 1887 Howard Street, Anderson, California. At the hearing the
District will consider all protests against the proposed fee. If a majority of owners of the
identified parcels submit written protests, the District shall not impose the proposed fee.
Responses to this letter may be addressed to the General Manager at 2810 Silver Street,
Anderson, CA 96007. Questions or comments may also be directed to the General
Manager by phone at (530) 365-7329.
Sincerely,
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Stan Wangberg
General Manager
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DRAFT MINUTES FOR BOARD REVIEW AND APPROVAL
BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
NOVEMBER 13,2014
Anderson..-Cottonwood Irrigation District
Brenda Haynes, President
Audie Butcher, Vice President
Robert Blankenship, Director
2810 Silver Street, Anderson, Ca. 96007
(530) 365,7329- Fax: (530) 365,7623
www.andersoncottonwoodirrigationdistrict.org
Jason Munson, Director
Kayle Spoon, Director
Stan Wangberg, GM/Sec
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1.
CALL TO ORDER
Board President Haynes called the meeting to order at 6:00p.m.
Board members present:
Blankenship; Butcher; Haynes; Spoon.
Board members absent:
Munson.
District staff present:
Kelley; Wangberg.
Others in attendance:
None.
2.
PRESENTATIONS - NONE.
3.
DISCUSSION ITEM
3.1
PROPOSED 2015 OPERATING BUDGET- (SEE ENCLOSED DRAFT).
Review only. No action taken.
4.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION - NONE.
5.
CONSENT AGENDA
Consent Agenda items are expected to be routine and non-controversial. They will be
acted upon by the Board at one time without discussion. Any member of the public, staff
or Board may request that an item be removed from the Consent Agenda for separate
discussion. Are there any requests to remove any items from the Consent Agenda?
5.1
MINUTES - APPROVE THE MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF
OCTOBER 9, 2014.
5.2
MINUTES- APPROVE THE MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL MEETING OF
OCTOBER 20,2014.
5.3
FINANCIAL STATUS REPORT FOR MONTH ENDING OCTOBER 31,2014.
5.4
PAYROLL- APPROVE PAYROLL CHECK REGISTER FOR MONTH OF
OCTOBER2014.
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NOVEMBER 13,2014
5.
CONSENT AGENDA
5.5
CASH DISBURSEMENTS - APPROVE CASH DISBURSEMENTS JOURNAL
FOR MONTH OF OCTOBER 2014.
5.6
EFTPS TRANSACTIONS - APPROVE EFTPS TRANSACTIONS FOR THE
PAYROLL PERIODS ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2014; OCTOBER 5, 2014;
AND OCTOBER 15, 2014.
continued
END OF CONSENT AGENDA
Director Blankenship moved to approve the Consent Agenda as submitted;
Director Spoon seconded the motion, and it passed unamimously.
5.7
ITEMS (IF ANY) REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA. - NONE.
6.
ACTION ITEMS
6.1
CONSIDER REVISION OF 2014 OPERATING BUDGET, ADJUSTING FOUR
LINE ITEMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH YEAR-TO-DATE RESULTS (SEE
STAFF REPORT).
Following review, Director Blankenship moved to approve revision of 2014
Operating Budget, adjusting four lines in accordance with year-to-date results as
recommended. The revisions will more accurately reflect actual revenues and
expenses in the 2014 operating budget.
Revenues
•
4117 Water Transfer/Base Supply: increase to $1,561,700.
Expenses
•
5110 Regular Salaries (I'&D): decrease to $285,000.
•
6015 Property/Liability Insurance: decrease to $22,447.
•
8010 Water Transfer/Base Supply: decrease to $110,000.
Director Butcher seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.
6.2
CONSIDER DECLARING D4 CATERPILLAR CRAWLERJTRACTOR
SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO FACILITATE DISPOSAL (SEE STAFF
REPORT).
The District's vintage D4 crawler with dozer has not been operated since 2006.
Making this tractor operable would require extensive repairs, and because of the
age and low value of the machine such repairs are not cost effective. In addition,
ongoing maintenance would be necessary to keep the tractor operable in the
future.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
NOVEMBER 13,2014
6.2
CONSIDER DECLARING D4 CATERPILLAR CRAWLERJTRACTOR
SURPLUS EQUIPMENT TO FACILITATE DISPOSAL (SEE STAFF
REPORT). continued
Although not often needed, if a dozer becomes necessary for District operations it
would be much more cost-effective to rent an appropriate machine on an asneeded basis.
Director Spoon moved to declare the D4 Caterpillar crawler/tractor surplus
equipment to facilitate disposal. Director Butcher seconded the motion. The
motion passed unanimously.
6.3
CONSIDER RESCHEDULING OF DECEMBER MEETING TO THIRD
THURSDAY- DECEMBER 18.
General Manager Wangberg reported that he will be out of the office most of the
week of December 1. He will be attending the Fall ACWA Conference in San
Diego from December 2 - 4 and will be traveling on December 1 and December
5. This schedule will not facilitate the preparation for the regularly scheduled
Board of Directors meeting on December 11.
The Board unanimously agreed to reschedule the December board meeting to the
third Thursday, December 18th on a motion by Director Blankenship and a second
by Director Butcher.
7.
MANAGER'S REPORT
ADMINISTRATIVE
Hill Street lining project
This project has been underway since October 27 and is progressing very well.
Starting at the Hill Street bridge, the canal profile has been shaped to grade for
approximately 500 feet upstream, just below the confluence of the unnamed
tributary. On Monday, November 10, 200 linear feet of the floor was poured using
6~-sack mix fiber-reinforced concrete. Steel rebar is installed on the edges of the
floor to tie it to the slopes when shotcrete is applied. On Wednesday, November
12 an additional 200 feet of floor was poured, and an additional 100 feet will be
poured on Friday.
The remaining 100 feet will not be poured until the tributary spillway is
completed, which will include a 32-foot wide concrete over-pour spillway and a
48" concrete pipe with a screwgate to accommodate winter flows from the
tributary to the canal.
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7.
MANAGER'S REPORT
continued
On approximately November 21, after the concrete on the floor has cured, the
application of shotcrete to the side slopes will begin. The completion schedule is
uncertain but is likely to be early December.
Clear Creek siphon
The repairs to the upslope portion of the Clear Creek siphon, as approved by the
Board last month, were completed in late October. The approved budget was
$62,000, and the final cost for work completed will be approximately half that
amount. We did not install any drainage structures nor do any exterior joint work
as originally planned- these were deemed unnecessary. We focused instead on
numerous interior leaks that were identified after dewatering, repairing these as
we did in 2013 using a cementious repair product.
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE
The maintenance crew completed removal of the diversion dam in the Sacramento
River on November 10, in a total of six days. They have now begun some of the
numerous pipe installation projects scheduled for winter completion.
8.
DIRECTORS' RPOERTS - NONE.
Board President Haynes adjourned the meeting to a short recess at 7:23 p.m. to be
reconvened into
CLOSED SESSION
C.S . 1
PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT - GENERAL MANAGER; PURSUANT TO
GOVERNMENT CODE §54954.5.
Open session was reconvened at 8:23 p.m. and President Haynes reported that the Board
had voted unanimously to renew General Manager Wangberg's employment contract
beginning January 1, 2015.
9.
ADJOURNMENT
The meeting adjourned at 8:25p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Stan W angberg
General Manager I Board Secretary
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ANDERSON-COTTONWOOD IRRIGATION DISTRICT
2810 Silver Street
Anderson, California 96007
Telephone 530-365-7329
Fax: 530-365-7623
DATE:
December 12,2014
TO:
Board of Directors
FROM:
Terri White, ChiefFinancial Officer
SUBJECT:
December 18, 2014 Board Meeting:
Financial Status Report for November
SUMMARY
The monthly financial status report for November 2014 is submitted for Board review.
DISCUSSION
The monthly financial report for Year to Date through November 30, 2014 is enclosed.
This report covers the period from January 1, 2014 thru November 30, 2014.
Total revenues were $2,904,375 consisting of property tax, irrigation water, water
transfer sales, interest and miscellaneous revenues.
Total expenditures were $1,432,315 consisting of liability and vehicle insurance, annual
audit, water purchase, and routine monthly expenses. The District's total funds on
deposit on November 30, 2014 were $3,738,660.
RECOMMENDATION
No action is required on this item.
Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
2014 Financial Status Report
Revenues
TW/CFO
12110/2014
Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
2014 Financial Status Report
Expenditures
TWJCFO
2
12/9/2014
Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
20 14 Financial Status Report
TW/CFO
3
12/9/2014
Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
2014 Financial Status Report
5500
Expense
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2014 Financial Status Report
TWJCFO
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12/912014
Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
2014 Financial Status Report
$799.412
Petty Cash
$100
lmprest Cash
$100
TCB Money Market Acct.
Tri Counties Bank CD
Total Cash
General Fund
Equipment Reserve
$765.936
$3.738.660
$3.288.317
$104.748
Cap. Improvement Fund
$87.931
Drainage Fund
$25.000
Rights Protection
Total Cash
1W/CFO
$1.121.215
$232.664
$3.738.660
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12/9/2014
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12/9/14 at 08:38:27.99
Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
Payroll Check Register
For the Period From Nov 1, 2014 to Nov 30, 2014
Filter Criteria includes: Report order is by Check Date. Report is printed in Detail Format.
Reference
Date
Employee
Amount
6490
11/3114
Marsha E. Kelley
1,156.69
6491
11/3114
Terri L. White
1,316.94
6492
11/3/14
Stanley D. Wangberg
2,406.81
6493
11/3/14
Randy L. Davis
1,391.87
6494
11/3/14
Scott Passmore
1,417.71
6495
11/3/14
Phillip Vega
1,200.70
6496
11/3114
Victoria A. Mitchell
1,114.03
6497
11/3/14
Lyle E. Thomas
1,150.66
6498
11/3/14
Michael D. Hall
1,150.63
6499
1113114
BrianOdom
1,138.02
6500
11/17/14
Marsha E. Kelley
1,156.69
6501
11/17/14
Terri L. White
1,025.96
6502
11117/14
Stanley D. Wangberg
2,406.81
6503
11117/14
Randy L. Davis
1,391.87
6504
11/17/14
Scott Passmore
1,312.24
6505
11117/14
Phillip Vega
1,109.72
6506
11117/14
Victoria A. Mitchell
1,058.08
6507
11/17/14
Lyle E. Thomas
1,065.47
6508
11/17/14
Michael D. Hall
1,060.06
6509
11/17/14
BrianOdom
1,047.71
6510
11/17/14
Christopher W. Moore
1,098.55
6511
11126/14
Christopher W. Moore
822.24
11/1/14 thru 11/30/14
27,999.46
11/1/14 thru 11/30/14
27,999.46
12/9/14 at 08:37:50.49
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Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
Cash Disbursements Journal
For the Period From Nov I, 20 I 4 to Nov 30, 20 I4
Filter Criteria includes: Report order is by Date. Report is printed in Detail Format.
Date
Check#
Account ID
Line Description
11/3114
4442
2220
PIT, SOl for 11/3/14
payroll
Employment
Development Depart.
1308
11/3114
4443
2227
2227
1308
11/3/14
4444
2226
5014
1308
lln/14
4463
6024
1308
11/10/14
4445
5016
5116
1308
11/10/14
11/10/14
4446
4447
11/10/14
11/10/14
11/10/14
11/10/14
4449
4450
4451
4452
4453
50.00
25.00
75.00
500.00
444.58
944.58
retirement plaque for
CG
K & M Trophies
53.75
workers comp for
Admin I Admin
workers comp forT &
D/October
Care West Insurance
Company
80.00
53.75
5,876.00
5,956.00
23.77
7008
8004
mise supplies for shop
misc. supplies for canal
maintenance
cleaning supplies for
office
Hardware Express
76.23
60.14
23.77
22.01
158.38
8004
1308
concrete
Lassen Landscape
Materials
355.83
7008
1308
blade saw set
Meeks Lumber &
Hardware
32.24
8004
1308
metal for main canal
Munnell & Sherrill
94.60
8004
1308
rapid set cement
Pacific SupplyRedding
201.55
7008
COX, bags concrete,
lumber
Payless Building Supply
226.77
monthly charges for
Shasta Ranch
monthly charges for
Supan Pump
monthly charges for
Perrys Pond
monthly charges for
Dyrnesich Pond
monthly charges for
Cottonwood Hyline
monthly charges for
Well#!
monthly charges for
149.05
1308
11/10/14
681.66
angle iron
Gerlinger Steel &
Supply
1308
4448
457 WIH for 11/3/14
payroii/SW
retirement for 11/3/14
payroll/OM
Variable Annuity Life
Ins. Co.
8006
8006
8006
8006
8006
8010
8010
\lfoll #")
Credit Amount
681.66
8004
1308
7009
11/10/14
HSA deposit to
#ICAIIJ766
HSA deposit to
#ICA111769
Sterling Health Services
Administration
Debit Amount
355.83
32.24
94.60
201.55
226.77
273.64
99.04
197.20
196.78
3,452.90
1,032.28
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Anderson Cottonwood Irrigation District
Cash Disbursements Journal
For the Period From Nov I, 2014 to Nov 30, 2014
Filter Criteria includes: Report order is by Date. Report is printed in Detail Format.
Date
Check#
AccountiD
6023
1308
11/10/14
11/10/14
11110/14
4454
4455
4456
7005
11/10/14
4458
8004
1308
chain/main canal
Quality Saw & Mower
45.36
8006
20.00
1308
monthly power for
Progress Drive
monthly power for
Chum Creek Pumps
monthly power for
Cedars Rd. pump
monthly power
forSCADA
City Of Redding
6003
1308
labels, flags, envelopes
Reliable
6017
property tax for
#101-440-040,
202-160-012,
202-030-073
Shasta County Tax
Collector
1308
11/10/14
4459
8005
7002
1308
11/10/14
11/10/14
11/10/14
4460
4461
4462
4464
11/17/14
11/17/14
4465
4466
4467
20.00
21.56
1,905.62
7J.l2
71.12
513.26
513.26
17.39
34.54
51.93
2.98
garbage for office/shop
Waste Management
97.29
5014
retirement for
Ad min/October
retirement for
T&D/October
Western Conf. Team.
Pension
373.68
8001
6003
1308
11/17/14
1,844.06
7008
1308
1308
11/17/14
45.36
bits
Valley Supply Ace
Hardware
1308
4473
filter for Chum Creek
Pumps
parts for pickups
Taylor Auto Parts
596.22
7008
1308
5114
11/11/14
5,714.62
1308
8000
gate and related
materials for Diversion
Facilities
Strange & Son Fencing
monthly copies for
office
Carrel's Office
Machines
2.98
97.29
1,494.72
1,868.40
1,573.27
1,573.27
23.78
23.78
2,314.92
1308
monthly gasoline/diesel
fuel charges
Flyers Energy, LLC
6008
8008
8010
1308
general
water rights protection
Water transfer/2014
Minasian, Meith, et al
1,265.60
215.62
513.72
6003
1308
tape pad,
Office Depot
7000
Credit Amount
313.73
596.22
8006
4457
Well#2
monthly charges for
office/shop
Pacific Gas & Electric
Debit Amount
invoice # 2931660 &
9218775, parts/labor for
backhoe
Powerplan - OIB
8006
11/10/14
Line Description
2,314.92
1,994.94
26.41
26.41
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Cash Disbursements Journal
For the Period From Nov 1, 2014 to Nov 30, 2014
Filter Criteria includes: Report order is by Date. Report is printed in Detail Format.
Date
Check#
AccountiD
Line Description
11/17/14
4468
8006
8000
1308
Hill Street
SCADA/Cottonwood
Pacific Gas & Electric
39.21
13.09
6003
1308
electric hole punch
Quill Corporation
11.86
8001
1308
Diversion Facilities
City Of Redding
158.23
6016
1308
Water Rights fee
State Board Of
Equalization
8004
garbage disposal at
landifll
Waste Management
258.69
toilet rental for dam
removal
Welch Enterprises, Inc.
110.75
150.00
1308
office cleaning for
November
Terri White
6003
1308
electric 2/3 hole punch
Quill Corporation
133.91
6023
monthly
telephone/internet
service
Charter
Communications
322.02
2014 Ground Water
Transfer
Luhdorff & Scalmanini
330.00
PIT, Ul, SDI for
11/17/14 payroll
Employment
Development Depart.
728.72
11/17/14
11/17/14
11/17/14
11/17/14
4469
4470
4471
4472
1308
11/17/14
4474
8001
1308
11/17/14
11/17/14
11/17/14
4475
4476
4477
7009
1308
11/17/14
4478
8010
1308
11/17114
4479
2220
1308
11/17114
11/17/14
4480
4481
2227
2227
1308
#ICAIII766/TWIHSA
#ICAIII769/SPIHSA
Sterling Health Services
Administration
2226
457 WIH, 11117/14
payroll, SW
retirement, 11/17/14
payroii,GM
Variable Annuity Life
Ins. Co.
5014
1308
11/17/14
11/17/14
11/18/14
I 1118/14
4482
4483
4484
4485
Debit Amount
52.30
11.86
158.23
2,888.80
2,888.80
258.69
110.75
150.00
133.91
322.02
330.00
728.72
50.00
25.00
75.00
500.00
444.58
944.58
10.50
28.15
8005
6003
1308
parking for meeting/Sac
business
lunches/meetings
parts for well
Fat Cow web hosting
Business Card
6003
1308
flags
Reliable
27.04
1124
30,878.27
1308
Clear Creek Siphon
Repair
RTA Construction, Inc.
6016
1308
Annuai Permit Fee
State Water Resources
4,699.00
6002
6013
rn.... trn1 tln ... -1
Credit Amount
93.48
10.95
143.08
27.04
30,878.27
4,699.00
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Cash Disbursements Journal
For the Period From Nov 1, 2014 to Nov 30,2014
Filter Criteria includes: Report order is by Date. Report is printed in Detail Format.
Date
Check#
AccountiD
Line Description
Debit Amount
Credit Amount
Control Board
11/18/14
11/20114
11/20/14
11/20/14
11/20/14
4486
4487
4488
4489
4490
Total
5507
1308
Hill Street Repair
Vestra Resources, Inc.
6023
1308
wireless for October
AT&T Mobility
6023
1308
water service
City Of Anderson
11.15
6003
1308
drinking water for office
Mt. Shasta Spring
Water
17.60
8008
1308
water rights
Northern California
Water Asso.
3,973.00
3,973.00
238.35
238.35
11.15
17.60
1,595.85
1,595.85
73,352.45
73,352.45
EFTPS TRANSACTIONS
Federal Payroll Taxes
DATE
PAYROLL PERIOD
AMOUNT
11/3/14
10/16/14-10/30/14
$
4,410.20
EFTPS for P/R taxes
11/18/14
11/01/14 - 11/15/14
$
4,351.05
EFTPS for P/R taxes
Comments
Voided and/or Missing Checks
Check#
Issued To:
Amount
Check Date
I
Comments
I
Date
Voided
STAFF REPORT
Item 6.1 Consider reduction of penalties for late payment of water rates.
Under the District's Application and Agreement for Water, payment for water service
may be made in two installments, due on specified dates in March and May of each year.
These payments are deemed delinquent 30 days after these specified due dates, and are
subject to late penalties as follows:
Ifpayments are not received I postmarked by the delinquent dates,
an
additional penalty of25% will be added to the amount due; 50% will be
added if not received after 30 days; and interest will be computed at the
rate of 1.5% per month on the amount due. Irrigation deliveries will be
withheld until the amount due, including any penalties and interest, is
paid.
These penalties, while generally effective, are very aggressive and result in significant
charges when enforced. For example, a customer purchasing irrigation service for five
acres at the current rate of$75/acre would owe $375; if delinquent, a late penalty of
$93.75 would be imposed.
Under existing management practices and in accordance with District regulations, water
service is suspended for non-payment. This has proved to be a very effective deterrent to
late payment, and in conjunction with a reasonable monetary penalty should provide
adequate motivation for customers to maintain their account with the District. In addition,
accounts with a balance due on December 31 result in a lien against the property and
suspension of future service until paid.
Recommendation
Staff recommends revision of the existing penalty language in the annual Application to
reduce the late penalty as follows:
Ifpayments due are not received I postmarked by the delinquent dates,
a
late penalty of 10% will be added to the amount due, and interest will be
charged on the outstanding balance at the rate of 1.5% per month until
paid. Irrigation deliveries will be withheld until the amount due, including
any penalties and interest, is paid
StaffReport Item 6.1 Late penalties
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Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District
2810 Silver Street Anderson, California 96007
Telephone: 530-365-7329 e-mail: [email protected]
www.andersoncottonwoodirrigationdistrict.org
APPLICATION AND AGREEMENT FOR 2015 WATER SERVICE
Payments for water service may be made in two installments.
First Installment (at least 50%)
Second Installment
Due March 6, 2015
Due May 6, 2015
Delinquent after April 6, 2015
Delinquent after June 6, 2015
If payments are not received / postmarked by the delinquent dates, a late penalty of 10% will be added to the amount
due, and interest will be charged on the outstanding balance at the rate of 1.5% per month until paid. Irrigation
deliveries will be withheld until the amount due, including any penalties and interest, is paid.
No water will be provided prior to payment.
Please complete this form and mail it (in its entirety) with your payment in the envelope provided.
APPLICATION WITH FIRST INSTALLMENT IS DUE BY FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015
ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER(S) OF PARCEL(S) BEING IRRIGATED ________________________________________
PHYSICAL ADDRESS OF PARCEL(S) BEING IRRIGATED ____________________________________________________
LANDOWNER INFORMATION
TENANT / IRRIGATOR INFORMATION
Name: _____________________________________
Name: ______________________________________
Mailing
Address: ____________________________________
Mailing
Address: _____________________________________
Telephone No: _______________________________
Telephone No: ________________________________
Alternate Phone: ____________________________
Alternate Phone: ______________________________
Email: ______________________________________
Email: _______________________________________
As a condition for water service, the applicant and landowner agree to comply fully with the District’s Rules and
Regulations, policies, and with applicable state and Federal laws, orders, and regulations. The applicant and landowner agree
that they assume full responsibility and liability for the use or misuse of water delivered to their property, including all
damages to adjoining property due to failure to adequately control water delivered to their property. It is further agreed that
the applicant’s and landowner’s signatures(s) hereon signifies that they have read and understand the District’s Rules and
Regulations and that they accept the terms and conditions for water service from the District. The District reserves the right
to adjust the rates for water service if and when it is required based on district economic needs. The landowner further agrees
that any charges for water used on his/her property by him/her or his/her tenant, but for which full payment is not received,
may be added as an assessment on his property tax bill and hereby consents to that assessment.
Nothing contained in this application shall be construed as an assumption of liability on the part of the District, its Directors,
officers, or employees for any damages occasioned through the improper construction, maintenance or use of District
facilities, or the delivery or failure to deliver water, or the waste of water, or by permitting the flow of water, or turning water
in any facility, or to any land.
Any dispute, claim or controversy arising out of or relating to this Application and Agreement or the breach,
termination, enforcement, interpretation or validity thereof, including the determination of the scope or applicability
of this agreement to arbitrate, shall be determined by arbitration in Redding, California before one arbitrator. The
arbitration shall be administered by JAMS pursuant to its Comprehensive Arbitration Rules and Procedures.
Judgment on the Award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. This clause shall not preclude parties from
seeking provisional remedies in aid of arbitration from a court of appropriate jurisdiction.
Landowner
Signature ____________________________
Tenant / Irrigator
Signature ________________________________
Dated: _________________________, 2015
Dated: ______________________________, 2015
ACRES
Annual Application Fee
Irrigated Acres
$ 76.69
2015 CHARGE
$
x
_______
Total Charge for 2015 Water Service*
115.00
+ $ ___________
= $ ___________
*1 Acre Minimum: $191.69
STAFF REPORT
Item 6.3 Consider implementation of the Clear Creek Siphon Instream Repair
Project using cured-in-place pipe.
The Board and District management have, for over three years, been seeking a feasible
method for rehabilitation of the instream portion of the Clear Creek siphon. One of the
alternatives we have been examining is called cured-in-place pipe, or CIPP.
This method includes the insertion of a folded felt liner impregnated with resins into the
pipe to be repaired. The resins are then activated with heated water, and the liner expands
and sets, resulting in a new smooth-walled liner that will both seal and strengthen the
existing pipe.
This project will require: a permitting/environmental consultant; a local contractor for
site access and construction of an insertion point; and a primary contractor to install the
liner.
The project would consist of the following tasks:
•
Environmental and permitting (VESTRA Resources).
o
Will include, at a minimum, encroachment and grading permits from the
County, and CEQA compliance.
•
Construction of access and staging area; construction of an insertion point that
will include removal of the top of the pipe and rebuilding the pipe upon
completion; and, site restoration (RTA Construction).
•
Installation of the liner (SAK Construction).
Management has engaged VESTRA Resources of Redding for the environmental and
permitting; RTA Construction of Redding has agreed to provide a scope of work and
budget for access, staging, and restoration; and SAK Construction from Sacramento has
made two site visits and is currently preparing a scope of work and budget for installation
of the liner. It is possible that this project could be completed prior to the start of the 2015
irrigation season.
Attached is a draft Project Description prepared by our consultant and an initial scope of
work from RTA Construction.
At the time of this report, we do not have the combined scope of work and budget from
the construction contractors; this information will be provided prior to the December 18
meeting if available. Absent this information we will be unable to act on this proposal.
Recommendation
When the combined scope of work and budget for this project is available, and if
the Board finds it fiscally feasible, staff recommends implementation of this
project as a suitable method of rehabilitation for the siphon.
Staff Report Item 6.3 Clear Creek CIPP
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DRAFT NOTICE OF EXEMPTION
CLEAR CREEK SIPHON REPAIR
ANDERSON-COTTONWOOD IRRIGATION DISTRICT (ACID)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The proposed action consists of the lining and reinforcing of the existing siphon (pipe) that conveys
Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District (ACID) irrigation water south across Clear Creek.
Repairing the existing siphon where it crosses Clear Creek will result in reduced potential for future
catastrophic failure of the siphon structure.
The siphon was originally constructed in approximately 1915 and is almost 100 years old. The
siphon is 84-inch cast-in-place concrete. Portions of the bed-load material in Clear Creek that once
covered the pipe have been scoured away, leaving the pipe in a semi-exposed condition. This
portion of the siphon has been exposed by hydraulic forces and is worn. The siphon has leaked in
the past and has been patched previously. The previous leaks were at the joints of the pipe both
within the channel and on the adjacent north slope. The "in channel' leaks have generally been
repaired, however the pipe remains fragile and reinforcement is required.
ACID began reviewing alternatives for the pipe repair in 2012. Based on these evaluations ACID
has selected a cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) liner as the most environmentally sensitive and protective
alternative. Other alternatives evaluated included:
•
•
•
•
Steel or composite structural pipe slip lining.
Removal and replacement.
Patching and armoring.
No action.
The slip lining with a cured-in-place-pipe provides: the structural integrity needed to reinforce the
structure; ensures a good seal in the siphon; does not restrict or reduce flow through the pipe;
minimizes "in-channel" work and thereby reduces risks to aquatic organisms and salmon
populations in the channel at all times of the year; and, minimizes total soil disturbance required for
installation.
The project will consist of slip lining 280 feet of the existing 84-inch concrete pipe lying within the
channel with CIPP. A section of the pipe on the north bank outside of the stream channel will be
removed to allow access to the pipe for slip lining. The section of the pipe removed will be replaced
with new concrete pipe upon completion of the CIPP slip lining.
CIPP technology has been improving steadily since its inception and is now used for the lining of
drinking water, waste water and storm water piping. The CIPP process uses heat to initiate the
curing of a resin-impregnated felt liner that is folded into the existing pipe. Heat is introduced in the
form of UV, steam or hot water, which activates the resin. Drinking water technologies commonly
use an epoxy resin and double exterior liners and are limited to pipe sizes less than 12 inches.
For larger CIPP installations (pipes greater than 12 inches) generally two types of resin are used. The
first type used commonly is the original resin which is styrene-based. The resin is used
predominately for the lining of waste water conveyance (sewer) piping. This is due to issues
associated with residual styrene in the pipe rinsate and ability of the treatment plants to manage and
treat any residual material and rinsate.
For storm water and irrigation conveyance systems, a vinyl ester resin produced by Alcoa AOC is
common and is proposed for use at this site by ACID. EcoTeck L041-FLXG is an ultra-low VOC
resin that does not contain styrene. The rinsate and resin residue is less toxic than the styrene based
product. In general the resins gel in 1-2 hours and harden completely in 5-8 days; however, larger
pipe sizes will extend the time required. For this 84-inch pipe the gel time may exceed 10 hours.
By their nature the CIPP resins are highly volatile and toxic if released to the environment; even
with the risk, however, the CIPP method can be the most environmentally friendly alternative as it
requires less excavation and ground disturbance. ACID has selected the CIPP alternative because it
results in no in-channel disturbance in Clear Creek. ACID is working with an experienced CIPP
installer, SAK Construction which will minimize the risk of any "out of pipe" discharge.
The 84-inch concrete siphon has been re-inspected by divers and the two leaks identified at Seam 5
and Seam 6 have been repaired using Weko Seals in advance of the lining project. No resin
discharge into Clear Creek is anticipated. The lining work will not require dewatering of the pipe,
and there will be no pressure gradient between the pipe and Clear Creek that would "push" resin out
of the pipe into the channel. All resin curing water will be retained in the pipe and pumped south
into a section of ACID canal that will be isolated from the rest of the canal. The residual VOCs in
the curing water will be allowed to volatize naturally and the water will be sampled and VOCs will be
below detection prior to discharging the water into the ACID canal system.
The resin to be used includes petro-chemicals; as the resin liquefies and gels the product moves into
seams and joints of the existing pipe which provides the increased structural integrity of the
completed system. In some instances small amounts of the petroleum resin escape through small
cracks or gaps in the pipe. This is rare. In response to this possibility ACID will boom the creek
below the pipe during installation and for 10 hours after installation until the pipe has cured. The
boom will retain and catch any sheen that may develop and catch any residual resin. This is not
anticipated to be a problem during the installation and the booming activity is being conducted as an
extraordinary precaution during installation due to the sensitivity of Clear Creek for salmonids.
The work/ staging area for the slip lining and joint repair will be located on the north bank of Clear
Creek in a semi-level area; however some earthwork will be required to provide enough area for the
equipment necessary to "feed" the CIPP. The work staging area will be approximately _ _ __
square feet. The staging area near the creek will be bermed and rocked. Depending on the season of
construction an SWPPP or Wet Weather plan will be prepared. A Shasta County Grading permit will
be required an obtained for the access portion of the project.
Some equipment and supplies will also be staged at the top of the slope behind an existing cell tower
area approximately 600 feet from the creek bank in an area of approximately 7,000 square feet. The
staging area, work area and access will be located to minimize disturbance to existing trees and
vegetation. The small ephemeral draw on the east side of the siphon will be protected and remain
undisturbed. Some riparian vegetation (blackberry) will be removed for construction. All disturbed
areas will be re-seeded and mulched after completion of construction.
The Best Management Practices to be used during CIPP installation include:
•
Certification by the liner system manufacturer that the installer is licensed and certified as
competent to perform the work.
•
Documentation showing that the installer and any staff working on the project (1) are
licensed and certified by the manufacturer of the CIPP product system m to be used on the
project, (2) have at least 3 years of active experience in the installation of the CIPP and (3)
have installed at least 50,000 feet of CIPP in similar conditions and that all of the above are
documented in writing to ACID in advance of the project.
•
Certify that the manufacturer operates under a quality management system according to
recognized industry standards.
•
Inspection at the time of installation to ensure that the liner material is not tom, cut, warmed
or exposed to direct sunlight or otherwise damaged. If any part of the liner becomes tom,
cut or damaged during insertion the operation will cease, the damaged material will be
removed and new liner material obtained.
•
ACID will boom the creek below the project to ensure that any sheen or residual resin is
retained at the work site.
•
ACID will provide a temporary "in canal" retention basin to catch and retain all pipe rinsate,
residual resin and construction debris. No water will be discharged from the dammed canal
section until sampled by a third party to determine that the water does not exceed regulatory
limits or contain VOCs above the laboratory level of detection.
•
The staging area and access roads will be bermed and fully rocked to provide extra
protection against sedimentation into Clear Creek.
RTA Constr,
n
Initial Scope of Work
11/24/2014
1497
12:04
Clear Creek Siphon Lining
***
Biditem
Description
I
Mobilization
Project Entrance
Erosion Control
Access Road & Work Landing at Access Portal
Access Into Exisitng Concrete Pipe
Inspect and Clean Interior of Siphon
Liner
Close Access Portal - Existing Concrete Pipe
Stabilize Access Road Leave In Place
Final Pennanent Erosion Control
Decommision Project Entrance
Pennits
Administration
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
BID TOTALS
Status - Rnd
Quantity
Units
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
LS
Bid Total
==--==>
Unit Price
Bid Total
$0.00
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