Administer Ordinances & Guidelines as Adopted Create Developer and Affected Citizen Connections techniques. Respond To & Include Those Impacted by Development Focus Area I: Identify Development Trends & Related Policy Changes community using Community Planning Resolve Conflict Between Ordinances & Community Response Achieve a well-planned innovative and proactive planning approaches and Understand Forces Affecting the Built Community Water Treatment Update Infrastructure Plans Prioritize Capital Project Construction future needs Develop Alternative Financing Plans Infrastructure Focus Area II: identified in the 7 4 1 Manage Infrastructure Plans To Schedule & Budget Ensure that roads, citizens and for the other infrastructure facilities, parks, and comprehensive plan. 9 7 6 4 1 exists for the existing water and wastewater Match Public Facilities With Community Expectations Identification of Financial Strategy Maintain AAA Bond Rating DIVISION GOALS AND INITIATIVES resources. the Town’s Web site at www.townofcary.org. Maintain Organization Credibility Allocate Funding To Execute Priorities TOWN OF CARY GOALS AND INITIATIVES 9 8 6 5 4 1 Promote Efficient & Effective Resource Allocation Provide Accountability Through Internal Controls Town Goals Town Initiatives Town Focus Areas Estimate Revenues Conservatively Forecast Operational & Fiscal Impacts Department Goals and Initiatives Manage Fund Balance To Aid Financial Position Prudently Manage Debt, Cash, & Investments Focus Area III: Financial Condition Bill & Collect Revenues Accurately & Timely CARY/APEX WATER TREATMENT PLANT Proactively Manage Risk estimating, prudently allocating, and managing financial 9 8 5 4 3 2 1 Achieve a stable and strong financial position by accurately capable of producing water to meet peak day use of 40 million gallons per day (MGD). Comply With All Laws & Regulations Engage Citizens To Determine Levels Of Service Operationalize Service Levels & Measure Success Services 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Additional information about the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Plant may be obtained by contacting Deliver Services Promptly & Consistently 1. Manage, operate, and maintain the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Plant and associated facilities which are Kelvin Creech, Manager, at (919) 362-5502, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting Provide Understandable & Convenient Services 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Deliver Efficient & Effective Services Achieve a high level of 9 8 5 4 3 2 1 Meet Or Exceed All Regulatory Requirements service to the citizens in a and cost-effective manner. Focus Area IV: Municipal prompt, reliable, responsive, 8 Improve Environment & Quality of Life 2. Maintain compliance with all state and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drinking water regulations. 3. Perform laboratory analyses of treated water for Cary, Apex, and other bulk water customers. 4. Perform preventive and corrective maintenance for the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Plant, Jordan Lake raw water pump station, and two Town of Apex diversion vaults. 5. Operate a water treatment pilot plant program, a scaled down version of the plant to allow for process control optimization, treatment strategy development and testing of various system configurations. 6. Develop operational contingency plans for dealing with severe drought conditions. 7. Begin preparations and planning for next capital facilities expansion of the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Plant. Residuals Management 8. Manage the processing and recycling of water treatment residuals, a type of sludge or waste product currently being recycled with a local composting facility. 9. Develop and manage alternative residual handling methods as appropriate. Increase efficiency and effectiveness of residuals handling through execution of WTP Phase II Residuals & Chemical Improvements project. FY 2009 ACCOMPLISHMENTS • Achieved compliance with all state and EPA drinking water standards. • Certified for the sixth consecutive year as a Partnership for Safe Water Director’s Award plant. • Completed design and began construction of facilities as part of the Phase II Residuals and Chemical Improvements project to enhance the plant’s ability to handle and process residuals and meet new regulatory requirements with chemical feed systems improvements. • Completed an Initial Distribution System Evaluation (IDSE) as required by EPA’s new Stage 2 Disinfectants/Disinfection Byproducts Rule in order to plan for system compliance with the new rules by the compliance deadline in 2012. • Completed regulatory requirement of conducting bi-monthly monitoring for source water cryptosporidium for a two year period as required by EPA’s new Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule. • Continued a study of drought induced poor source water quality and began developing options for a plant operational contingency plan for implementation during severe drought conditions and associated poor source water quality conditions. • Initiated a preliminary engineering study in order to begin planning for the next capital facilities expansion at the plant. • Implemented a Career Ladder program for employees to encourage cross-training and increase flexibility of plant staffing. KEY PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES • Achieve 100% compliance rating with all state and EPA standards for drinking water. • Achieve a turbidity removal percentage of 99% or greater. • Adequately meet Town of Cary and Town of Apex water system demands and daily needs of system customers. • Achieve a $300 or less treatment chemical cost per million gallons of water treated. • Achieve a cost of $45 or less for residuals processing per million gallons of water treated. KEY PERFORMANCE MEASURES Actual Estimated Projected Performance Measure FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 Turbidity removal percentage 99.0% 99.3% 99% Percentage of state and EPA Regulatory Compliance 100% 100% 100% Chemical cost/million gallons $204.80 $256 $298 Residuals processing cost/million gallons $40.26 $43 $45 KEY WORKLOAD INDICATORS Actual Estimated Projected Workload Indicator FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 Number of in-house laboratory analyses performed 49,900 50,000 50,000 Number of in-house laboratory analytical quality control 16,800 16,900 16,900 tests performed Number of contracted lab samples processed 475 500 500 Average Daily Demand (million gallons per day) 18.2 17.0 17.5 Hourly operations process control tests 166,440 166,440 166,440 Hourly plant inspection rounds 8,760 8,760 8,760 ACTIVITY HISTORY Fund Number: 30-7053 Actual Actual Actual Estimated Budget Activity FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY2009 FY2010 Personnel Services $1,453,297 $1,498,619 $1,541,120 $1,640,834 $1,729,651 Operations and Maintenance $3,049,018 $3,340,901 $3,724,728 $4,153,110 $4,396,322 Capital Outlay $0 $0 $52,345 $15,425 $16,600 Reimbursement from Apex -$876,090 -$909,527 -$852,731 -$1,122,988 -$1,173,603 Total $3,626,225 $3,929,993 $4,465,462 $4,686,381 $4,968,970 Authorized FTEs 23 23 23 23 23 SIGNIFICANT BUDGET AND SERVICE LEVEL CHANGES BEYOND CURRENT LEVELS • Increase in total treatment costs due to economic impacts affecting critical supplies and professional service costs. • Significant increases in treatment chemical costs per million gallons treated due to rapidly escalating raw chemical prices and fuel surcharges leading to higher overall treatment costs. • Increased electric power costs leading to higher overall treatment costs.
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