Implementation Timeline
                         
Utilities: Water, Sewer and Solid Waste                
[all costs shown in thousands unless otherwise indicated]                  
Estimated Population 3000           5250     7500 9750 12000
Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2017 2022
Fiscal Year 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11      
                         
Solid Waste                        
CIP proposed           3 Recycling Drop-Off Centers*        
CIP proposed amount           750        
MP recommended           Crozet Recycling Center            
MP recommended amount           250            
  * CIP funding currently allocates $750,000 for the construction of 3 recycling centers.  However exact locations have not yet been determined.                      
                         
Water and Sewer                        
  Water: The ACSA and RWSA have already begun planning for the neceessary expansions to serve expected growth in Crozet.  Treatment plant equipment has been upgraded and preliminary design work has been done to accommodate an expansion to 1.3 million gallons per day.  When demand reaches 80% of capacity the process will being for final design and construction of the expansion to this level.  The estimated cost of the expansion will be $1,145,000.
  Wastewater: The Crozet inerceptor is currenlty able to handle 2400 gallons per minute.  This needs to be expanded to 3600 gpm in order to handle the projected buildout population of 12,000.  This can be done through a planned replacement of the pump stations.
  Funding: Funding and strategizing for water capacity within the Crozet Development Area is the domain of the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority and the Albemarle County Service Authority.  Funding is developed through revenue bonds issued by the RWSA which are repaid through ACSA and City water user fees.  A cost-sharing agreement between ACSA and the City to repay the bond is brokered before a new project is undertaken.  Connection fees include components for System Development and Rivanna Capactiy Charges.  In this way new development buys equity into the system to offset part of user fees.  Cost sharing on projects in the Urban Areas is negotiated.  The debt service on Crozet Improvements are the Service Authority's responsibility.
                         
                         

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