Long Range Planning Committee Report

ANNUAL REPORT: LRPC ANNUAL Report

LRPC October 2020

Over the past couple months, LRPC efforts have focused on the remaining USDA Project scope and continuing the development of Asset Management Plan funding options. The LRPC has been working with MC Engineering to complete fact-finding and negotiation of their proposed Amendment 7. Based on construction weather delays from this past winter and previous new…

LRPC May/June 2020

As we approach the completion of the USDA construction project, the Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) continues to keep a close eye on our approved funding versus total estimated costs.  Based on our latest estimates, with all potential change orders included, there is adequate funding remaining to add 3‐4 high priority new scope tasks (pending USDA…

LRPC March/April 2020

The Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) efforts continue to focus on MC Engineering (MCE) Amendment 6 and Asset Management Plan approvals and implementation. Over the past month, through multiple communications and additional data received from MCE, the LRPC obtained the details required to make informed recommendations to the board at our March 14th Meeting. Amendment…

LRPC

Over the past month, the continuing emphasis of the Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) has been to finalize the Asset Management Plan and Amendment 6 submittals from MC Engineering. There have been several additional discussions to ensure that the content is complete and accurate. This has resulted in further revisions to both documents received in…

LRPC

Over the past couple months, on‐going efforts have resulted in two revisions and reviews of the “Draft” Asset Management Plan. The progress has been delayed due primarily to (1) the GIS mapping of assets and GIS database development taking significantly more time than planned, and (2) the extra coordination required between the BLSMWC staff and…

LRPC

The Preliminary New Rate Structure as presented to the board for review in October was approved, in conjunction with the 2020 budget, at our November 9th Board of Directors Meeting. As described in last month’s Bubbler, all components of the new rate structure are basically unchanged from 2019, with the exception of now including the…

LRPC

The Preliminary Rate Structure Design recommendation was presented to the Board for consideration at the Oct 5th BOD Meeting. The Board will now ensure the proper implementation process steps are taken prior to formal adoption at the Nov 9th BOD Meeting. The BLSMWC proposed rate structure is in‐line with typical rate design objectives as referenced…

LRPC

A significant portion of the LRPC efforts continue to focus on the research and analysis being applied toward designing our new rate structure for 2020 and beyond. There are still many questions to be answered and much data gathering to occur in the next 1‐2 months to ensure we fully understand our long‐term cash flow…

LRPC

As we move forward through the second half of 2019, the primary focus will be to determine the impacts to our income, expenses and cash flow resulting from planned procedural changes. These changes will be taken into account as we finalize the rate structure for 2020 and beyond based on the USDA Project completion with…

LRPC

For those shareholder’s unable to attend the Annual Meeting on June 8th, or those who did attend and would like to review the details of the Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) presentation, we encourage you to access it through the BLSMWC website at https://blsmwc.com/ If you have any questions, comments or concerns related to the…
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