Title: Draft Insert to Funding Sources Information Matirx, Dated December 12, 1996
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Title: Draft Insert to Funding Sources Information Matirx, Dated December 12, 1996
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Draft Insert to Funding Sources Information Matirx, Dated December 12, 1996 (JDV Box 70)
General Note: Box 24, Folder 3 ( Water Supply Development and Funding - 1996-1997 ), Item 33
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Draft Insert to Funding Sources Information Matrix, dated December 12, 1996

Opion & Type Admn. Rec G ip- 7t-e .; Galding Principles Requirements Ifmpedirnl.. Acions to Pros and Cons FundIng
by eats A Implement (Comments) Sources
Ad valorem taxes WMDs WMDa may Varies with each Planning. data collection. District Water Must be spent Public reaction WMD GBs EPro WMD GB can make sure IS spent on Pro.peri
enter into budget year technical studies Management Plans & in accordance negative on any raise taxes and strategic initiatives consistent with water taxes
agreements construction & operation, Water Supply Needs with Chapter property tax budget supply plans) for a region
with local Based on all WMDs land acquisition & Sources 373 F.S. increase additional Cons:
governments, raising village to Assessments expenditures 1. funds cannot be bonded, severely
public & statutory caps with all Existing statutory for water limiting their use for capital projects
private additional revenues cap limits the supply 2. allows for no additional spending to
utilities, and spent on.water supply, potential revenues development address other critical WMD and state-
individuals to a maximum of $87 M mandated priorities, including flood
expend funds would be available on control, water quality protection, SWIM
for water an annual basis. and environmental restoration and
supply Raising millage to protection projects,
development constitutional cap 3. mandates all property owners share
would generate equally in funding solutions without
additional $187 M. consideration of who receives benefits

Save our Rivers DEP WMDs Varies each year Acquire land interests Lands can be acquired Must be spent Amount available Land must be EPro. allows for acquisition of lands when Document
(Water according to level of necessary for water critical to regional according to will vary from included in mutually beneficial for environmental ary stamp
Management Land land sales in the state management, water supply, water supply projects section 373.59 year to year WMD 5 year protection and water supply development tax
Trust Fund) In FY 95-96, total and the conservation and when performed in an F.S. acquisition Cons
SOR funds available protection of water environmentally plan. WMD uncertainty as to amount available
to WMDs was $41.8 resources. Up to 25% of sensitive manner GB approval each year
million. However, annual revenues can be of land significant portions of SOR funds in
significant portions of used for management, funds cannot be used acquisition at some WMDs already committed to
this revenue is maintenance, & capital to acquire rights-of- public hearing, debt service on bond issues that
currently obligated as improvement of acquired way for canals or resolution to financed past acquisitions. For
debt service on land lands pipelines DEP example, in SFWMD, $7.9M out of
acquisition bonds $11.6 M is required for debt service.
already issued. cannot be used to acquire lands for
water supply facilities or capital
improvements for water supply
systems.
P-2000 Trust Fund DEP WMDs 30% of fund revenues Purchase of water Acquisition criteria Same P-2000 funds are WMDGB EPro allows for acquisition of lands when Tax free
goes to WMDs. In management lands pursuant include issues of requirements as tax-free bond approval of mutually beneficial for environmental bond
1997, total P-2000 to Ch. 373.59 P.S. In imminent loss of an SOR, in revenues subject land protection and water supply development revenues
revenue was $896.3 addition to meeting SOR acquisition addition must to federal acquisition at C=ns
million, out of which requirements, must meet at opportunity, be spent restrictions public hearing, may not continue after year 2000
$268.9 million went least one of six additional protecting habitat of pursuant to regarding their resolution to legal restrictions on deriving income
to WMDs criteria (section 259.101 endangered species, section 259.101 use. Income DEP from lands acquired with tax free
F.S.) and protecting or P.S. derived from P- bonds.
recharging 2000 lands could
groundwater jeopardize tax free
status of bonds.

Draft prepared by SJRWMD, 1/8/97






Calculation of Remaining
WMD Ad valorem revenue


Prepared by SJRWMD 1/8/97


FY 97 tax FY 97 statutory remaining statutory constitution remaining constitutional
WMD vales millage mill cap advalorem capacity mill cap advalorem capacity
NWFWND $ 30,511,749,059 0.050 0.05 $ 0 0.05 $ 0
SRWMD $ 5,214,433,529 0.491 0.75 $ 1,283,011 1.00 $ 2,521,439
SJRWMD $ 116,083,679,689 0.482 0.60 $ 13,012,980 1.00 $ 57,124,779
SWFWMD $ 125,886,006,633 0.603 0.823* 1.00 $ 37,075,533 1.00 $ 37,075,533
SFWMD $ 281,025,191,124 0.384 0.572* 0.80 $ 36,221,960 1.00 $ 87,822,024
statewide $ 558,721,060,034 $ 87,593,485 $ 184,543,775

Notes:____
*Total millage varies by basin, including both District-wide millage & basin millage


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PLANNING LEVEL PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY COST ESTIMATES 1990-2010

1990-2010
Projected Increase
Water Public Water Scenario Scenario **
Management Supply A B
District (mgd) ($ million) ($ million)
NWFWMD 47 855 1,010
SFWMD 448 1,758 T,3238
SJRWMD 353 1,544 2,709
SRWMD 11 263 638
SWFWMD 162 1,115 1,649
STATE 1,021 5,535 9,244


* Scenario A (Lower Limit) The costs presented in Scenario A are calculated based on a
total new facilities capital cost of $1.50 per gallon, plus .5 billion dollars for transportation
facilities costs, and a contingency factor*** of 50%. This scenario is based on the
assumption that all increased demand will be provided from fresh ground water sources
(ground water which meets drinking water standards for chloride, sulfate, and total
dissolved solids) with treatment occurring at a combination of facilities with average day
capacities of 20 mgd and maximum day capacities of 30 mgd based on a peaking factor of
1.5.

** Scenario B (Upper Limit) The costs presented in Scenario B are calculated based on a
total new facilities capital cost of $3.70 per gallon, plus .5 billion dollars for transportation
facilities costs, and a contingency factor*** of 50%. This scenario is based on the
assumptions that all increased demand will be provided from surface water sources, the
total amount of surface water withdrawn will receive conventional pretreatment, 40% of
the amount withdrawn will receive reverse osmosis treatment, with treatment occurring at
a combination of facilities with average day capacities of 20 mgd and maximum day
capacities of 30 mgd based on a peaking factor of 1.5.

*** The contingency factor is applied in each scenario to the calculated total of total new
facilities capital costs plus .5 billion dollars for transportation facilities costs. Scenario A
and B costs were calculated by increasing the calculated total costs by 50%. The
contingency factor is used as a means of accounting for inherent inaccuracies in planning
level costs.

Note: All costs are calculated based on component costs presented in Technical Memorandum
B.2.b., St. Johns River Water Management District, Investigation of Alternative Water
Supply Strategies, Water Supply and Wastewater Systems, Component Cost Information
(Law Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. 1996).


Prepared by SJRWMD, January 8, 1997




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