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APPENDIX B
* B-1 Summary of West Coast Contracts
. B-2 Default and Dissolution Implications









APPENDIX B-1
SUMMARY OF WEST COAST CONTRACTS

Regional System

Primary Contract: Regional System Water Supply Contract
Date: July 24, 1991
Term of Contract: 35 years, with an option to renew for an additional 35 years.

Member Governments Involved MGD % of Total
City of St. Petersburg 12.9 8.98
City of Tampa 4.3 2.99
Pasco County 5.8 4.01
Hillsborough County 40.7 28.37
Pinellas County 79.7 55.65

Water Charge: Base Rate + Use Rate; Base rate is based upon Water entitlements; Use rate is
based upon actual water delivered.

Facilities Involved in Contract:
* Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield
* Cypress Bridge Wellfield
* Cypress Creek Wellfield
* 84" Transmission Main
* 66" Transmission Main
* Lake Bridge Pump Station

Purpose of the Regional System: To operate the preceding facilities as a Regional system for
common use and benefit for all five member governments. All construction costs of the regional
looped transmission line are shared, and water is purchased from the Authority at a common rate.

Other Contracts Regarding Regional System:
* 84" Trans Main Agreement for Construction / Pinellas St. Pete 7/10/73
* 84" Trans Main Reaffirmation of Assignment of Rights to WCRWSA from Pinellas -
6/20/89
* 84" Trans Main Reaffirmation of Assignment of Rights to WCRWSA from St. Petersburg -
6/19/89
* Cross Bar Wellfield Transfer from Pinellas to Authority 11/8/77
* Cross Bar Wellfield Water Supply Contract with Pinellas 4/11/79
* Cross Bar Wellfield Water Supply Conttract with Pinellas Amendment 1/29/80
* Cypress Creek Agreement for Development / SFWMD, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco St.
Petersburg 11/14/73
* Cypress Creek Agreement for Development and Operation / Pinellas, Pasco and St.
Petersburg 8/30/74









* Cypress Creek Lease / Purchase / Pasco to WCRWSA 3/22/77
* Cypress Creek Lease / Purchase/ Pinellas to WCRWSA 11/22/76
* Cypress Creek Lease / Purchase / St. Petersburg to WCRWSA 11/22/76
* Hillsborough Surplus Water Supply Contract 4/29/97 Superceded by Regional Contract
* Pasco Excess Water Supply Contract 11/1/88 Superceded by Regional Contract
* Agreement to Finance Regional System 6/16/95
* South Central Pasco Water Supply Agreement 6/7/88 Superceded by Regional Contract

South Central Hillsborough

Primary Contract: Water Supply Contract between West Coast Reagional Water Supply
Authority and Hillsborough County
Date: November 10, 1981
Term: 100 years

Member Governments Involved MGD % of Total
Hillsborough 62.9 100.00

Water Charge: Actual water cost to the Authority; Payments monthly based on estimated costs.

Facilities Involved in Contract:
* South Central Hillsborough Wellfield
* Lithia Pump Station
* Brandon Main

Purpose of Contract: To provide Hillsborough County with additional water through 14
Authority owned wells and 3 Hillsborough County owned wells and the Lithia Pump station,
owned by Hillsborough County. The Authority is charged with operating and maintaining the
facilities.

Other Contracts Regarding South Central Hillsborough:
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 1st Amendment (extend time for financing) 8/11/82
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 2nd Amendment (extend time for financing) -
11/23/83
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 3rd Amendment (1985 refunding) 11/6/85
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 4th Amendment (clarify 3rd Amendment) 11/8/85
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 5th Amendment (1989A Refunding) 10/4/89
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 6th Amendment (add NE Delivery Point) 12/6/89
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 7th Amendment ( add Sheldon Rd. delivery) 4/4/90
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 8th Amendment ( change NE delivery) 1/22/92
* Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 9th Amendment (use of 1989B proceeds) 10/6/93
* Hillsborough Water System Agreement for Management and Development by WCRWSA -
8/28/80
* Brandon Trans Main Construction Financing Hillsborough









Tampa Bypass Canal


Primary Contract: Water Supply Contract between West Coast Regional Water Supply
Authority and the City of Tampa
Date: January 17, 1985
Contract Period: January 17, 1985 September 30, 2015

Member Governments Involved MGD % of Total
City of Tampa No more than current 100.00
environmental permits

Water Charge: Actual water cost to the Authority. Payments monthly based upon estimated
costs.

Facilities Involved in Contract:
* Tampa Bypass Canal

Purpose of Contract: The Authority will obtain water from the Tampa Bypass Canal for supply
to the City of Tampa. The facility and the pump station are owned by the Authority. The City of
Tampa operates the pump station.

Cosme Odessa / Section 21

Primary Contract: Agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and West Coast Regional
Water Supply Authority
Date: September 17, 1980
Term: Five years, with the option to renew upon mutual agreement.

Member Governments Involved MGD % of Total
City of St. Petersburg 24.0 100.00
Hillsborough County

Water Charge: Actual water cost to Authority; Monthly payments based on estimated costs.

Facilities Involved in Contract:
* Cosme Odessa Wellfield and Interconnect
* Section 21 Wellfield and Interconnect

Pupose of the Cosme Odessa / Section 21 Contract: The Authority will provide guidance for the
operation of the preceding facilities owned by the City of St. Petersburg. The actual operation
of the facility is handled by the employees of the City of St. Petersburg; however the Authority
maintains managerial control. The Authority holds the right to sell any unused capacity to other
water customers.









Other Contracts Regarding Cosme Odessa / Section 21:
* Cosme Odessa / Section 21 Agreement for Meter and Reporting Services St. Petersburg -
3/16/87
* Cosme Odessa / Section 21 Agreement for Meter and Reporting Services St. Petersburg 1st
Amendment 4/19/84
* Cosme Odessa / Section 21 Letter Confirming Capitalization Policy

Starkey / North Pasco

Primary Contract: Water Supply Contract between West Coast Regional Water Supply
Authority, Pasco County and the City of New Port Richey
Date: January 23,1990
Term of Contract: 28 years after the contract date, with an option to renew for 35 years.

Member Governments Involved MGD % of Total
New Port Richey 7.3 31.70
Pasco County 15.7 68.30

Water Charge: Actual water cost to the Authority; Payments monthly based upon estimated costs.

Facilities Involved in Contract:
* North Pasco Regional Wellfield
* Starkey Wellfield

Purpose of the Starkey / North Pasco Contracts: "To provide for the development of the North
Pasco Wellfield, for the exclusive use of Pasco County and the City of New Port Richey to help
fill the growing need of that area", and to operate the Starkey Wellfield for the same region. The
North Pasco wellfields are owned by Pasco County and assigned to the Authority for operation.
The Starkey Wellfield property is owned by SWFWMD and licensed to the Authority. The
wellfield facilities are owned and operated by the Authority.

Other Contracts Regarding Starkey / North Pasco:
* Starkey Wellfield Sale / to SFWMD from Starkey 8/6/79
* Starkey Wellfield Water Supply Agreement Pasco, NPR 12/15/81
* Starkey Wellfield Water Supply Agreement 1st Amendment (extend time for financing) -
10/29/82
* Starkey Wellfield Water Supply Agreement 2nd Amendment (1988 Bonds) 6/7/88
* Starkey Wellfield Water Transfer and Management Agreement SFWMD, New Port Richey
-12/15/81









South Pasco


Primary Contract: Easement Agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and West Coast
Regional Water Supply Authority.
Date: March 4, 1987
Term: Permanent

Member Governments Involved MGD % of Total
St. Petersburg Not specified in contract 100.00
summary

Water Charges: Actual cost to Authority; Payments monthly based upon estimated cost.

Facilities Involved in Contract:
* South Pasco Wellfield

Purpose of South Pasco Contracts: The Authority operates the South Pasco facility, which is
owned by the City of St. Petersburg, particularly the metering and reporting service.

Other Contracts Regarding South Pasco:
* South Pasco Wellfield Agreement for Ecological Monitoring / St. Petersburg 8/19/91
* South Pasco Wellfield Agreement for Meter & Reporting Services / St. Petersburg 4/19/93









APPENDIX B-2
DEFAULT AND DISSOLUTION IMPLICATIONS

Regional System Water Supply Contract

Regional System Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA. City of St. Petersburg. City of
Tampa. Pasco County. Hillsborough County and Pinellas County dated 7/24/91 (ref#38)
* 5 parties desire the Authority to operate the Cypress Creek Wellfield Facilities, Cross Bar
Ranch Wellfield Facilities, Northwest Hillsborough Regional Wellfield Facilities, Cypress
Bridge Wellfield Facilities, 84 in. Transmission Main and 66 in. Transmission Main as a
Regional System for common use and benefit for all 5 parties
* Supersedes provisions of existing agreements which are in conflict with terms and conditions
of this contract
* Term of contract begins of date of complete for 35 years (one 35 year extension is permitted)
* Contracts Affected:
Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Contract 11/8/77 Authority and Pinellas
Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Water Supply Contract 4/11/79 Authority and Pinellas
Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Water Supply Contract Amendment 1/29/80 Authority and
Pinellas
Finance Contract 12/11/90 Authority, St. Petersburg, Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco
Hillsborough Contract 8/28/80 Authority and Hillsborough
Hillsborough Surplus Water Contract 4/29/87 Authority and Hillsborough
Hillsborough Water Supply Contract 11/10/81 Authority and Hillsborough
Hillsborough Water Supply Contract Amendments:
First 8/11/82 Authority and Hillsborough
Second- 11/23/83 Authority and Hillsborough
Third 11/6/86 Authority and Hillsborough
Fourth 11/6/86 Authority and Hillsborough
Fifth 10/4/89 Authority and Hillsborough
Sixth 12/6/89 Authority and Hillsborough
Seventh 4/4/90 Authority and Hillsborough
Pasco Cypress Creek Contract 3/22/77 Authority and Pasco
Pasco Excess Water Contract 11/1/88 Authority and Pasco
Pinellas Cypress Creek Contract 11/22/76 Authority and Pinellas
Pinellas Cypress Creek Contract Clarification 6/20/89 Authority and Pinellas
South Central Pasco Water Supply Contract 6/7/88 Authority and Pasco
St. Petersburg Contract 8/17/80 Authority and St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg Cypress Creek Contract 11/22/76 Authority and St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg Cypress Creek Contract Clarification 6/19/89 Authority and St. Petersburg
Water Exchange Contract 12/4/81 Authority and St. Petersburg
Water Exchange Contract Amendment 7/7/84 Authority and St. Petersburg
* Default and remedy all parties agree this contract may not be terminated prior to the normal
expiration date and the sole remedy for a breach of contract shall be specific performance








Agreement to Finance Regional System between WCRWSA. City of St. Petersburg. City of
Tampa. Pasco County. Hillsborough County and Pinellas County dated 4/18/94 (ref #39)

* Authority estimates it will require $84.694 million in financing or contributions in aid of
construction over the period of design, acquisition of property and construction of the Project
* If a party fails to make payment, the Authority is relieved of any obligation to deliver water
to the breaching party
* Authority is authorized to procure necessary funds from non-breaching parties; however a
non-breaching party will not obligated to individually contribute more than the lesser of $5
million or 25% of the non-breaching party's total Project Costs
* This contract implements Section 10.4 of the Regional System Contract relating to funding
the construction, acquisition, operation, replacement and expansion of the Regional System
* Default and remedy all parties agree this contract may not be terminated prior to the normal
expiration date and the sole remedy for a breach of contract shall be specific performance

Cross Bar Wellfield

Agreement between Pinellas County and WCRWSA dated 11/8/77 (ref#14)
* Authority desires to develop a wellfield on the Cross Bar Ranch property
* Pinellas sells, conveys and grants to the Authority all of Pinellas' rights to withdraw water in
and under property (Cross Bar Ranch) located in Pasco County and owned by Pinellas
* Pinellas' option to purchase water withdrawn from the property at a unit rate based on the
actual costs to the Authority have been SUPERSEDED by the Regional System Water
Supply Contract (replaced by Pinellas' Water Entitlement)
* This contract is predicated on a subsequent agreement on a water purchase between the
Authority and Pinellas condition satisfied through execution of the "Cross Bar Ranch
Wellfield Water Supply Contract" below
* If the Authority breaches any terms of this agreement. Pinellas has the option to cancel any
deed of record from Pinellas to the Authority and Pinellas will reimburse the Authority for all
expenses incurred in development of the well field and transmission main to the Cypress
Creek pumping station

Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Pinellas County dated 4/11/79 (ref #15)
* This contract provides the Authority sufficient funds to finance the construction of facilities
on the Cross Bar Ranch for the production and supply of water to Pinellas
* Intent of agreement is that the water rate and fixed operating costs be permanent and remain
in perpetuity
* All revenues derived from this contract are pledged for the purposes authorizing the Project
Revenue Bond financing
* Pinellas' Annual Entitlement and associated rights to water entitlement were SUPERSEDED
by the Regional System Water Supply Contract and replaced by Pinellas' Water Entitlement
* If Pinellas exercises any right or remedy resulting in the termination of this contract. Pinellas
shall pay directly when due. all principal, interest and other costs of the outstanding Project
Revenue Bonds










Agreement between WCRWSA and Pinellas County dated 1/29/80 (ref #16)
* Protects the rights of Pinellas' present and future water from the Cross Bar Ranch from any
new contracts for the supply of water with any new Contractor (SUPERSEDED by the
Regional System Water Supply Contract)
* Pinellas agrees to pay the defaulted amount of the Project Facilities Charge from any other
Contractor sufficient to enable the Authority to pay the principal of. interest on. redemption
premium. and associated costs with respect to the 1979 bonds

Cypress Bridge Wellfield

South-Central Pasco Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Pasco County dated
6/7/88 (ref #M4
* SUPERSEDED in its entirety by the Regional System Water Supply Contract; however, the
Authority and Pasco recognize the execution of the Regional System Water Supply Contract
will not disturb nor permit the parties terminate the "License Agreement" below

License agreement between WCRWSA and Pasco County dated 6/7/88 (ref#40)
* This Contract may be terminated upon termination of the South Central Pasco Water Supply
Contract and provides that Pasco exercises if Buy-Back option

Cypress Creek Wellfield

Cooperative development agreement between SWFWMD and Hillsborough River Basin:
Pinellas County: Pasco County: and the City of St. Petersburg dated 11/14/73 (ref #17)
* District is acquiring certain property in Pasco for use as a flood detention reservoir (Cypress
Creek Flood Detention Area) which lands are adjacent to and drained by Cypress Creek and
ultimately flow into the Hillsborough River
* Pinellas, Pasco, St. Petersburg, and SWFWMD wish to develop a well field in the Cypress
Creek Flood Detention Area
* Once the municipalities complete surveys and legal descriptions, the District shall deed,
grant, and convey to Pinellas, Pasco, and St. Petersburg the groundwater rights in and to the
lands of SWFWMD mentioned above
* All water production facilities will be operated by Pinellas, Pasco, and St. Petersburg with
production costs apportioned on a unit consumed basis
* Upon establishment of a regional water authority, Pinellas, Pasco and St. Petersburg will
transfer their rights and privileges and receive full compensation from the regional water
authority for the costs they contributed to land acquisition, engineering, testing and
permanent construction
* In the event Pinellas. Pasco. and St. Petersburg abandon the well field. they will have the
right to remove any and all parts of their installations upon the property

Agreement between SWFWMD: Pinellas County: Pasco County: Hillsborough County and the
City of St. Petersbure dated 11/14/73 (ref #17)









* Execution of this agreement is conditioned upon simultaneous execution of the Cypress
Creek agreement
* SWFWMD will regulate Pinellas' withdrawal of water from the Eldridge-Wilde well field
(operated by Pinellas)
* SWFWMD issued a regulatory order to provide for average daily withdrawals and maximum
daily withdrawals from Eldridge-Wilde well field
* SWFWMD will regulate the withdrawal of water from the Cosme-Odessa, Section 21, and
South Pasco well fields (operated by St. Petersburg)
* SWFWMD issued a regulatory order for St. Petersburg to provide for certain elevation levels
as well as average daily withdrawals and maximum daily withdrawals

Development and Operation Agreement between Pinellas County. Pasco County. and City of St.
Petersburg dated 8/30/74 (ref #18)
* Pinellas, Pasco and St. Petersburg have a right to the percentage of the quantity of water
capable of being produced from the wellfield determined by the party's contributions to each
phase (production capacity) of the development of the regional well field
* Pinellas shall be the operator of the well field
* Until a Regional Water Supply Authority is created, the responsibility for developing and
operating the well field lies with the Cypress Creek Management Board (2 Pasco
representatives, 1 Pinellas representative, 1 St. Petersburg representative and one at-large
member)
* Upon formation of a Regional Water Supply Authority, the facilities relating to this
agreement will be conveyed to such Authority

Cypress Creek Lease/Purchase Amortizations Schedules see ref #19

Cypress Creek Lease/Purchase Cost Calculations see ref #20

Agreement between Pasco County and WCRWSA dated 3/22/77 (ref #21)
* This agreement is considered a "contract for deed" to Pasco's real property interests at
Cypress Creek; a "conditional sale" to Pasco's personal property; and "conditional partial
assignment" to Pasco's contract or other rights or property interests
* Pasco also conveys to the Authority a deed to all of Pasco's rights, title and interest in lands
owned by St. Petersburg
* Determination of Price for interest in lands and facilities developed at Cypress Creek was
SUPERSEDED by the Regional System Water Supply Contract; since Pasco did not expend
money for costs of development; no payment is due for its interest in the lands
* If the Authority dissolves, transfers its duties and obligations to another entity. or changes it
membership which dilutes Pasco's voting strength: the Authority shall convey to Pasco (and
other parties of interest) all rights. titles and interest to all assets and contract rights sold.
transferred or assigned to the Authority
* If the Authority were to dissolve. Pasco shall have the option to utilize the facilities and
transmission mains as follows:
Pasco's purchase price = ((Pasco's capacitvy/(Pinellas' capacity)) x Pinellas' actual cost










Agreement between Pinellas County and WCRWSA dated 11/22/76 (ref #22)
* This agreement considered a "contract for deed" to Pinellas' real property interests at Cypress
Creek; a "conditional sale" to Pinellas' personal property; and "conditional partial
assignment" to Pinellas' contract or other rights or property interests
* All real property will include Pinellas interest at Cypress Creek, Pinellas' interest in St.
Petersburg's property at Cypress Creek, Pinellas' interest in the 84 in. transmission line, and
Pinellas' interest in the 66 in. transmission line
* Pinellas' right to utilize the facilities and transmission mains outlined in this contract has
been SUPERSEDED by the Regional System Contract and replaced by Pinellas' Water
Entitlement and their right to purchase excess water
* If the Authority dissolves, transfers its duties and obligations to another entity. or changes it
membership which dilutes Pinellas' voting strength: the Authority shall convey to Pinellas
(and other parties of interest) all rights, titles and interest to all assets and contract rights sold.
transferred or assigned to the Authority
*

Agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and WCRWSA dated 11/22/76 (ref #23)
* This agreement considered a "contract for deed" to St. Petersburg's real property interests at
Cypress Creek; a "conditional sale" to St. Petersburg's personal property; and "conditional
partial assignment" to St. Petersburg's contract or other rights or property interests
* All real property will include St. Petersburg interest at Cypress Creek, the interest in St.
Petersburg's property at Cypress Creek, and St. Petersburg's interest in the 84 in.
transmission line
* St. Petersburg's water consumption and excess water rights have been SUPERSEDED by the
Regional System Contract and replaced by St. Petersburg's Water Entitlement and their right
to purchase excess water
* If the Authority dissolves, transfers its duties and obligations to another entity. or changes it
membership which dilutes St. Petersburg's voting strength: the Authority shall convey to St.
Petersburg (and other parties of interest) all rights. titles and interest to all assets and contract
rights sold. transferred or assigned to the Authority









84" Transmission Main


Agreement between Pinellas County and City of St. Petersburg dated 7/10/73 (ref #5)
* Jointly construct a transmission main from Cypress Creek well field to Cosme well field
* Pinellas will perform regular maintenance with St. Petersburg reimbursing for costs in above
% on annual basis
* Pinellas will finance initial construction with St. Petersburg beginning reimbursement of its
share as soon as money is available (in no case later than one year from execution of this
contract)
* Other municipalities are invited to make joint use on cost sharing basis (jointly or separately
agreed to with Pinellas and/or St. Petersburg)
* Right-of-way, ownership of easement, joint transmission line, and all wells and systems
jointly paid for held in joint ownership as tenants in common in above %
* Either party may buy, sell, or lease respective interests to third parties without other's
consent; however, other party has first right of refusal for 6 mos.

Agreement between WCRWSA and Pinellas County dated 6/20/89 (ref #6)
* Consideration of $10.00 was received by Pinellas
* By the 11/22/76 agreement between Pinellas and the Authority, Pinellas transferred,
assigned, and conveyed to the Authority any and all rights relating to the development and
construction of the transmission main and the development of the Cypress Creek well field
* Pinellas again transfers, assigns, conveys, sets over, and delivers to the Authority, any and all
sums of money now due or owing to Pinellas and any and all claims, demands, legal or
equitable causes relating to the development and construction of the transmission main
* The Authority shall assume any and all of Pinellas' liability that now exists or may arise out
of the courses of action hereby assigned

Agreement between WCRWSA and City of St. Petersburg dated 6/19/89 (ref #7)
* Consideration of $10.00 was received by St. Petersburg
* By the 11/22/76 agreement between St. Petersburg and the Authority, St. Petersburg
transferred, assigned, and conveyed to the Authority any and all rights relating to the
development and construction of the transmission main and the development of the Cypress
Creek well field
* St. Petersburg again transfers, assigns, conveys, sets over, and delivers to the Authority, any
and all sums of money now due or owing to St. Petersburg and any and all claims, demands,
legal or equitable causes relating to the development and construction of the transmission
main
* The Authority shall assume any and all of St. Petersburg's liability that now exists or may
arise out of the courses of action hereby assigned

Pasco County Excess Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Pasco County dated
11/1/88 (ref #37)
* SUPERSEDED in its entirety by the Regional System Water Supply Contract









Surplus Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County dated 4/29/87
(ref #24)
* SUPERSEDED in its entirety by the Regional System Water Supply Contract

SOUTH CENTRAL HILLSBOROUGH

**NOTE THAT ALL LANGUAGE IN THE FOLLOWING WATER SUPPLY
CONTRACT REFERRING TO THE "NORTHWESTERN WATER ENTITLEMENT"
AND "NORTHWESTERN DELIVERY POINT" HAS BEEN REPLACED BY
PROVISIONS IN THE REGIONAL SYSTEM WATER SUPPLY CONTRACT
DESCRIBING THE DELIVERY OF HILLSBOROUGH'S WATER ENTITLEMENT IN
THE REGIONAL SYSTEM**

Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County dated 11/10/81 (ref #25)
* The term of this contract is 100 years from the date of execution of the contract
* If the Authority is adjudged bankrupt or insolvent or dissolved by law or other proceedings.
or transferred or assigned to another governmental agency or body. Hillsborough may
terminate this contract and upon payment of the outstanding principal. interest, redemption
premiums. and all service charges with respect to the Revenue Bonds. take possession of the
facilities, accounts receivable, real and tangible property and operate and manage the
facilities as a County project

First Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 8/11/82 (ref #26)
* The contract was amended to changed the deadline for issuance and sale of the Revenue
Bonds to 11/30/83

Second Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 11/23/83 (ref #27)
* The contract was amended to changed the deadline for issuance and sale of the Revenue
Bonds to 11/30/84

Third Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 11/6/85 (ref #28)
* The Authority issued $39,998,841 of 1984 Revenue Bonds for the construction of water
production facilities
* A refinancing is contemplated by issuing Refunding Revenue Bonds to defense the Revenue
Bonds
* The contract was amended to dictate that the issuance of the Refunding Revenue Bonds does
not give Hillsborough the option to terminate the Water Supply Contract as the 1984
Revenue Bonds are not deemed to be fully paid

Fourth Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 11/6/85 (ref #29)









* The Authority and Hillsborough wish to clarify that the Third amendment preserves
Hillsborough's right to terminate the Water Supply Contract; however, Hillsborough's option
to terminate the Water Supply Contract was waived

Fifth Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 10/4/89 (ref #30)
* The Authority issued $45,744,044 of 1985 Refunding Revenue Bonds for the construction of
water production facilities
* A refinancing is contemplated by issuing Refunding Revenue Bonds to defense the 1985
Refunding Revenue Bonds
* The contract was amended to dictate that the issuance of the Refunding Revenue Bonds does
not give Hillsborough the option to terminate the Water Supply Contract as the 1985
Refunding Revenue Bonds are not deemed to be fully paid
* The Authority and Hillsborough wish to clarify that the Hillsborough's right to terminate the
Water Supply Contract is preserved; however, the Hillsborough's option to terminate the
Water Supply Contract was waived
* After the Authority sells the 1989A Refunding Revenue Bonds and pays all expenses, a
"remaining balance" will be available to credit against the estimated water charges payable
by Hillsborough for the Contract Year

Sixth Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 12/6/89 (ref #31')
* New Revenue Bonds(1989B Bonds) are to be issued by the Authority on a parity with the
1989A Refunding Revenue Bonds (see Fifth Amendment) to finance the construction of the
additional Water Production Facilities
* Water Supply Contract is amended to also refer to the Northeastern Water Entitlement and
Delivery Points when references are made to the Northwestern and South-Central Water
Entitlements and Delivery Points

Seventh Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 4/4/90 (ref #32)
* Additional Water Production Facilities are required to supply the Sheldon Road Entitlement
to the Sheldon Road Delivery Point
The Sheldon Road Water Entitlement has been SUPERSEDED by the Regional System
Water Supply Contract and replaced with provisions describing delivery of Hillsborough's
Water Entitlement

Eighth Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 1/22/92 (ref #33)
The Authority and Hillsborough wish to abandon the development of any new wells in the
Northeast Brandon Wellfield

Ninth Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 10/6/93 (ref #34)









* With this amendment, Hillsborough has directed the Authority to utilize the proceeds of its
Series 1989B Bonds credited to the Construction Fund to satisfy part of the Hillsborough's
contribution in aid of construction under a future agreement to finance the Regional System
and to refund the Hillsborough 1992 BAN

Tenth Amendment to Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County -
dated 4/5/95 (ref #34a)
* The contract was amended to dictate that the issuance of the Refunding Revenue Bonds does
not give Hillsborough the option to terminate the Water Supply Contract as the partial
defeasance of the $22,280,4631985 1989B Refunding Revenue Bonds are not deemed to be
fully paid
* The Authority and Hillsborough wish to clarify that Hillsborough's right to terminate the
Water Supply Contract is preserved; however, the Hillsborough's option to terminate the
Water Supply Contract was waived

Agreement between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County dated 8/28/80 (ref #35)
* Hillsborough is willing to lease certain water supply sources (existing in Hillsborough) to the
Authority
Hillsborough retains title to the Water Supply Sources but divests itself of all rights to
possession, control, or operation
If the Authority dissolves, materially changes its composition of the Board. or transfers its
duties and obligations to another entity. this contract and the lease contemplated may be
terminated at Hillsborough's option

TAMPA BYPASS CANAL

Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA and the City of Tampa dated 1/17/85 (ref #51)
The term of the contract begins on 1/17/85 and ends on 9/30/2015. Tampa, however, may
terminate this contract when the Debt Service Costs and Annual Reimbursement Charges are
fully paid. If the Authority fails to obtain financing, the contract shall terminate
If the Authority is adjudged bankrupt or insolvent or dissolves by law or other proceedings.
or transfers or assigns to another governmental agency or body. Tampa may. at its option.
terminate this Contract and upon payment of all outstanding costs including Debt Service
Costs and Annual Reimbursement Charges. take ownership of the facilities, accounts
receivable, real and tangible property and operate and manage the facilities as a City project

COSME-ODESSA / SECTION 21

Agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and WCRWSA dated 9/17/80 (ref #9)
St. Petersburg is willing to allow the wellfields (Cosme-Odessa and Section 21) to be leased
and operated by the Authority for a period of five years with renewal upon mutual
satisfaction and mutual agreement
St. Petersburg retains title to the facilities but divests all rights to possession, control, or
operation









* If the contract should ever terminate or be declared unenforceable by a court. the Authority
shall return to St. Petersburg all rights to possession. control, or operation of the facilities and
equipment. The Authority shall retain control and remain in possession of any new facilities,
along with any appropriate long-term license or lease to use transmission lines at appropriate
compensation

Letter of Understanding between the City of St. Petersburg and WCRWSA dated 4/19/93 (ref

* This letter defines the responsibilities of the metering and reporting of water pumped from
the Cosme-Odessa and Section 21 wellfields

Operation and Management Agreement between WCRWSA and the City of St. Petersburg -
dated 3/16/87 (ref # 1)
* St. Petersburg appoints the Authority to supervise, direct and control the management and
operation of the facilities
* Authority agrees to contract with the St. Petersburg for the continued operation of the facility
by the St. Petersburg's employees (Authority will have complete managerial control)
* Contract commences on 1/18/86 and terminates on 1/18/2001
* At termination, all rights of management and control revert back to the St. Petersburg
* With the exception of the Water Exchange Agreement, this contract supersedes all prior
agreements (so long as this contract remains in full force and effect, the parties acknowledge
an accord and satisfaction of the 1980 agreement)
* If the Authority fails to perform its obligations, then St. Petersburg may. at its option.
terminate this contract without further obligation beyond the water charge for all water
actually delivered by the Authority to St. Petersburg under this contract

1st Amendment to Operation and Management Agreement between WCRWSA and the City of
St. Petersburg dated 4/19/84 (ref #12)
* Addition of Section 24. Regulatory Levels to establish a regulatory monitor program as a
condition to maintain 24 mgd combined withdrawals from Cosme-Odessa and Section 21
wellfields

Letters Confirming Capitalization Policy (ref #13)
* 5/6/94 From Authority to St. Petersburg communicating the Authority's installation of
equipment at the Section 21 and South Pasco wellfields
* 5/16/96 From St. Petersburg to Authority concurring with treatment that the St. Petersburg
should record the equipment's asset value

St Petersburg Water Exchange Contract

Water Exchange Contract between WCRWSA and the City of St. Petersburg dated 12/4/81 (ref
SA44)
* Water produced by Authority facilities will be contributed to St. Petersburg's facilities









* The term of the contract begins on 12/4/81 and extends for 35 years thereafter; the Regional
System Water Supply Contract clarifies that this contract must remain in full force as long as
the Authority is under obligation to deliver Hillsborough its Water Entitlement under the
Regional System Water Supply Contract
* Any capital improvements by the Authority to. and equipment installed by the Authority on.
property owned by the City shall be owned by the Authority and subject to removal at the
expense of the Authority upon the termination of this contract

First Amendment to the Water Exchange Contract between WCRWSA and the City of St.
Petersburg dated 6/4/83 (ref #44)
* The Authority must pay any costs incurred by St. Petersburg for treating the water, if any of
the water quality constituent are exceeded by 10% or more

STARKEY/ NORTH PASCO

North Pasco Regional Wellfield

Water Supply Contract between WCRWSA. Pasco County. and the City of New Port Richey-
dated 1/23/90 (ref #36)
* The North Pasco Regional Wellfield will be developed in conjunction with the Starkey
Wellfield and will be operated by the Authority
Water produced from this facility is for the exclusive use of Pasco and New Port Richey
The term of the contract begins with execution and ends on the last day of the Contract Year
of the 28th anniversary of the contract date. The term can be extended for an additional 35
years, if agreeable to all parties
If the Authority is adjudged bankrupt or insolvent or dissolved by law or other proceeding. or
if its assets are transferred or assigned to another governmental agency. then New Port
Richey and Pasco may terminate the contract. At this time. the Authority must transfer the
Water Supply Facilities to New Port Richev and Pasco. who must assume the Authority's
outstanding liabilities and indebtedness

Starkey Wellfield

Starkey Wellfield Lease / Purchase Amortization Schedules see ref#45


Agreement between Starkey and SWFWMD dated 8/6/79 (ref #46)
* In an agreement dated 1/7/75, Starkey sold certain lands to SWFWMD









Water Transfer and Management Agreement between SWFWMD and the City of New Port
Richev and WCRWSA dated 12/15/81 (ref #50)
* New Port Richey constructed and presently operates water supply and distribution facilities
on the Starkey Wellfield (real property which is owned by SWFWMD)
* New Port Richey will transfer to the Authority all of its rights, title and interests in the Water
Production Facilities upon full payment of the New Port Richey's Water and Sewer Revenue
Bond Series 1972
* Until the full payment of the Bonds, New Port Richey granted the Authority the right to
operate, maintain and repair the facilities with costs reimbursed through the Water Supply
Agreement
* SWFWMD grants the Authority an exclusive license for 35 years (with the option to renew
for an additional 35 years) to construct, maintain, operate, expand, and control Water
Production Facilities on the Starkey Wellfield
* In the event of the termination of this contract. SWFWMD will grant licenses to operate the
Facility to New Port Richey and Pasco. similar to the license currently held by the Authority.
Also. New Port Richev and Pasco will enter into a Water Purchase Agreement based upon
the same substantive terms and conditions in the current Water Supply Agreement
* In addition. upon termination. New Port Richev and Pasco will be obligated to pay any debt
service on any debt issued pursuant to the Water Supply Agreement

Water Supply Agreement between WCRWSA and the City of New Port Richev and Pasco
County dated 12/15/81 (ref #47)
* SWFWMD granted the Authority an exclusive license for 35 years (with the option to renew
for an additional 35 years) to construct, maintain, operate, expand, and control Water
Production Facilities on the Starkey Wellfield
* The term of the contract begins on December 15, 1981 and continues for 35 years. The
parties have the option of renewing the contract for another 35 years
Agreement shall terminate if the Authority doesn't sell, deliver, and receive payment for
Revenue Bonds on or before 11/1/82
If the agreement is terminated, New Port Richey and Pasco shall pay directly, when due, all
outstanding principal payments, interest payments, redemption premiums, if any, and all
services charges with respect to the amortization of the Revenue Bonds

First Amendment to Water Supply Agreement between WCRWSA and the City of New Port
Richev and Pasco County dated 10/29/82 (ref #48)
The parties agreed to defer the deadline of validation of the Revenue Bonds to 11/1/83
This amendment will not delay construction plans, as the Authority plans to initially fund the
Project from its General Fund

Second Amendment to Water Supply Agreement between WCRWSA and the City of New Port
Richev dated 6/7/88 (ref #49)
New Port Richey and Pasco have requested, in writing, that the capacity of the Starkey
Wellfield be increased to an annual average daily rate of 15 million gallons and a maximum
daily rate of 25 million gallons









* Also, the parties desire to amend the Water Supply Agreement to authorize the issuance of
refunding revenue bonds since market conditions allow the Authority to reduce the total Debt
Service Cost or realize present value savings by refinancing the $8 million Series 1983
Revenue
* If the Authority be adjudged bankrupt or insolvent or dissolved by law or other proceedings.
or transferred or assigned to some other governmental agency. or if the Authority's Board is
changed without the consent of the parties. New Port Richev or Pasco. at its option may
terminate this agreement. If New Port Richey or Pasco terminates this contract. New Port
Richev and Pasco will be responsible for repaying all outstanding principal payments.
interest payments. redemption premiums, and any rebate obligation, and all service charges
* The refunding and defeasance of the Series 1983 Revenue Bonds does not give the parties the
option to terminate the Water Supply Agreement as the Series 1983 Revenue Bonds are not
deemed to be fully paid

SOUTH PASCO

South Pasco Wellfield

Easement agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and WCRWSA dated 3/4/87 (ref #41)
* St. Petersburg granted a non-exclusive permanent easement over and across the South Pasco
Wellfield site to the Authority to be used for constructing, using, operating, maintaining and
repairing the site
* Authority will be solely responsible for the costs associated with the site
* If the facilities are abandoned or placed or taken out of service for more than 12 consecutive
months, the Authority, at its expense, will remove the Facilities and the Easement will no
longer be in force

Agreement between the City of St. Petersburg and WCRWSA dated 8/19/91 (ref #42)
* St. Petersburg will be responsible for all costs associated with the Ecological Monitoring
Program for the South Pasco Wellfield,
* Authority will provide St. Petersburg with an Annual Environmental Assessment Report
detailing information and data compiled during the previous year
* Authority may terminate the contract if St. Petersburg fails to make payment in full,
interferes with the Ecological Monitoring Agreement, or breaches the Agreement
* St. Petersburg may terminate the contract if the Authority fails to perform its obligations, or
interferes with the operation, maintenance, or other water supply activities of St. Petersburg

Interlocal agreement between WCRWSA and the City of St. Petersburg dated 4/19/93 (ref #43)
* St. Petersburg authorizes the Authority to perform the Meter and Reporting Services
activities described in this contract
* St. Petersburg will be fully responsible for all costs associated with the Meter and Reporting
services for the Wellfield; the estimated capital cost is $65,000 and the estimated annual cost
is $7,000









* Authority has the right to terminate the contract if St. Petersburg fails to pay, and the St.
Petersburg has the right to terminate the contract if the Authority fails to fulfill its reporting
obligation

Brandon Main

Agreement between WCRWSA and Hillsborough County dated 12/16/87 (ref #8)
* Authority will complete construction of the Brandon Transmission Main
* Authority will convey all project facilities to the County and the County will accept the
Brandon Transmission Main for operation and maintenance
* If this agreement were to terminate, the Authority shall deliver all papers, drawings, models,
surveys, appraisals, files or other materials and Hillsborough shall pay all amounts to be
reimbursed to the Authority under this agreement for all costs incurred to the point of such
termination




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