DOWNRIVER UTILITY WASTEWATER AUTHORITY
DECEMBER 8, 2022 MEETING MINUTES
CITY OF TAYLOR COUNCIL CHAMBERS WITH VIRTUAL OPTION
1. ROLL CALL AND INTRODUCTIONS
DUWA Chair Gail McLeod (Allen Park) called the hybrid meeting to order at 9:00 AM and asked for roll call to be taken. At the time of roll call, voting representatives were in attendance from 13 communities: Allen Park, Belleville, Brownstown Township, Dearborn Heights, Ecorse, Lincoln Park, River Rouge, Riverview, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, Van Buren Township, and Wyandotte. A quorum (at least 7 members) was present.
2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Copies of the Agenda were made available prior to the meeting (Attachment 1). Motion by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) and supported by Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) to approve the Agenda. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM NOVEMBER 10, 2022 BOARD MEETING
Copies of the meeting minutes from the November 10, 2022 Board meeting were distributed by email prior to the meeting (Attachment 2). Motion by Greg Mayhew (Wyandotte) and supported by Mayor Tim Woolley (Taylor) to approve the minutes. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
At this time, James Krizan (Lincoln Park) arrived at the meeting. Chairperson McLeod (Allen Park) congratulated Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) on being named the 2022 Veteran of Honor by the Metropolitan Detroit Veterans Coalition.
4. LEGAL UPDATE
Attorney Jim Fausone, of Fausone Bohn, provided the Legal Update.
a. General Counsel Monthly Report
Attorney Fausone stated that a written summary of the monthly legal update was provided in the pre-meeting Board packet (Attachment 3). Attorney Fausone stated that it was a typical month of activities related to assisting the System Manager with various projects that will be discussed later in the meeting. Attorney Fausone added that he met with Commissioner Haidous regarding the request for ARPA funding for the UV disinfection replacement project. Attorney Fausone also provided the ARPA funding request materials to Commissioner Knezek. Commissioner Haidous indicated that he would reach out to the Economic Development office to see if DUWA may be considered in the Batch 2 funding. Commissioner Haidous recommended that other DUWA communities also reach out to their Commissioners to generate support for the ARPA funding request. Attorney Fausone stated that he and System Manager Tercala would be willing to assist with these conversations, if needed.
Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) added that he had met with Commissioner Palamara regarding the request for ARPA funding as well.
5. SYSTEM MANAGER UPDATE
System Manager Lambrina Tercala, of OHM Advisors, provided a verbal summary of activities since the last meeting. A written summary was provided in the pre-meeting Board packet for the System Manager Report (Attachment 4).
a. System Manager Monthly Report
System Manager Tercala noted the following highlights from the System Manager Report:
- The third-party expert has provided their draft report detailing their findings related to the causes of the reheating events with the biosolids.
- During routine maintenance of the gate chamber at the Goddard and Allen intersection in Taylor, a 4-inch diameter hole was discovered at the bottom of the Goddard Interceptor. The collection crew lowered a rod into the chamber to the bottom of the pipe, and the rod lowered four feet below the finish floor elevation. Wade Trim and HRC, who had been involved with the tunnel design, did not believe this hole was intentional as part of the original design.
- HRC prepared a task order to develop a flow diversion plan in order to visually inspect the hole and to provide a recommended solution. HRC’s proposed $3,200 task order request for this effort was approved by the System Manager.
- DUWA has been awarded the MWEA Premier Utility Management Performance (PUMP) Award that recognizes excellence in Water Resource Recovery Facilities. MWEA personnel will be onsite at the DWTF for a tour and to take pictures on December 14th. DUWA’s Board Commissioners are encouraged to attend the site visit. It is expected that DUWA will receive the award at the MWEA conference at the Bavarian Inn in Frankenmuth in January 2023.
- The EGLE High Water Infrastructure Grant application and resolution approved at the last Board meeting was submitted to EGLE on November 30, 2022. It is unsure when EGLE will announce the grant recipients, but likely in early 2023.
- The NPDES annual permit fee of $20,000 will be paid in January per the Board’s December 2021 authorization of payment of all future NPDES annual permit fees.
- DUWA currently disposes its biosolids at Waste Management’s landfill, which is currently DUWA’s only outlet. Waste Management has indicated that it may reject DUWA’s biosolids citing PFOS concerns. The PFOS concentration in DUWA’s biosolids is currently below the 2 parts per billion (ppb) detection limit. Waste Management has indicated that it requires the PFOS concentration to be measured on a parts per trillion (ppt) basis. DUWA understands GLWA, who receives WM’s leachate, have not implemented PFOS restrictions. The permit with WM expires at the end of November, but Waste Management has granted Veolia an 8-week extension to allow Veolia to test the biosolids on a ppt level. It is unclear whether Waste Management will accept DUWA’s biosolids after the new lab results are received.
b. UV RFP Selection Committee
OHM Advisors is currently seeking volunteers from DUWA’s Board Commissioners, Technical Committee, and DUWA’s professionals to participate in the Selection Committee for the UV Disinfection Replacement project (Attachment 5). This RFP has gained interest as four engineering firms attended the mandatory pre-proposal meeting. Selection Committee members will independently review the proposals received based on the scoring criteria. The Selection Committee will then meet to discuss the proposals and decide on which engineering firms to interview, if any. The Selection Committee will then provide a recommendation to the Technical Committee and Board. Proposals are due on December 12, 2022 and interviews will be conducted at the DWTF on January 10, 2023.
c. Biosolids Dryer Facility Project
Jason Nash provided an update on the Biosolids Dryer Facility project to the Board (Attachment 6). The use of alum instead of ferric chloride to mitigate reheating events in the dried solids began on October 11th. Sampling results show that the iron content in the solids has been reduced from 6.1% to 2.7%, which is below the desired threshold of 3.1%. A heat test was performed on November 17th, and the results showed that the uncrushed solids reached a maximum temperature of 120 degrees before cooling, which presented the proof of concept that the reheating events were due to the chemical reaction with iron. During the reheating events, the temperature of the biosolids would increase up to 500 degrees and then catch fire.
Although the switch to alum has mitigated reheating events, alum is not as effective as ferric chloride for odor removal nor the settling of phosphorous. Thus, a small amount of ferric chloride is being added to reduce odor and to increase phosphorous settling. Veolia’s technical performance team is performing more testing to identify the optimal balance between the use of alum and ferric chloride to reduce odor and improve phosphorous settling while still mitigating reheating events.
A leveling screw had fallen into the cake bin due to a failure in the bearing. Two new replacement screws will be installed by the end of this week and are covered under warranty by Kruger. A cake pump was also replaced under warranty.
Centrifuge 3 had two cards in its VFDs replaced after they had failed. Centrifuge 3 also had an issue with high bearing temperatures, and this was resolved this week. Two centrifuges are planned to be operational next week. The dryers are planned to be run 24 hours a day Monday through Friday the weeks of December 12th and December 19th to allow for training of operation and maintenance staff. Samples will also be taken during operation for evaluation of reheating. Small piles of dried solids will slowly be combined while closely monitoring their temperatures.
Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) asked who supplies the alum. Jason Nash responded that ChemTrade is the alum supplier.
6. OTHER REQUESTS FOR AUTHORIZATIONS AND APPROVALS
a. 2023 Insurance Renewals
DUWA currently maintains a contract with Aon as its insurance broker, and utilizes three different carriers for insurance. DUWA’s insurance coverages are set to expire at the end of 2022 and are up for renewal for 2023. Hudson, the carrier for Package Liability, is proposing a 2023 premium of $145,302 which includes the Michigan Surplus Tax. This is about a 3.8% increase from last year’s premium. Hanover, the carrier for Inland Marine coverage which covers the interceptors, is proposing a 2023 premium of $62,500 which is the same as last year’s premium. Chubb, the carrier for Property coverage, is proposing a 2023 premium of $345,026, which is about a 15% increase from last year’s premium. Overall, insurance premiums will be increased by about 10% from last year (Attachment 7). These premiums exclude the terrorism coverage premium, as has been done in previous years.
Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) asked if DUWA solicited competitive bids for insurance coverages. Brandon Bacon, of Aon, responded that Aon approached several other carriers within the insurance market to provide a quote for Package Liability, but none of these carriers could compete with the extent of coverage and premium offered by Hudson. Attorney Fausone added that DUWA explored other insurance options last year, but alternative carriers could not provide the extent of coverage that DUWA needs. Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) suggested that future years’ Board packet write-ups include an explanation of the process used to secure the insurance carriers and the reasoning behind not soliciting competitive bids. He also suggested that the Board consider including the terrorism coverage in the future as the world can be unpredictable. Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) asked why the state surplus tax is added to the Hudson premium. System Manager Tercala responded that the state surplus tax is added because Hudson is located outside of the state of Michigan.
Motion by James Krizan (Lincoln Park) and supported by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) to authorize the Chair or Vice Chair to execute agreement(s) with Hudson for the 12-month liability coverage renewal without election of the terrorism premium. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
Motion by Greg Mayhew (Wyandotte) and supported by Roberto Scappaticci (Romulus) to authorize the Chair or Vice Chair to execute agreement(s) with Hanover for the 12-month Inland Marine Floater coverage renewal without election of the terrorism premium. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
Motion by James Krizan (Lincoln Park) and supported by Jeff Dobek (Riverview) to authorize the Chair or Vice Chair to execute agreement(s) with Chubb for the 12-month Property Insurance coverage without election of the terrorism premium. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
b. Workers Compensation Coverage Renewal
DUWA maintains a Workers’ Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance Policy through Accident Fund Insurance. Although DUWA does not have employees, Aon, DUWA’s insurance broker, previously recommended that DUWA maintain workers’ compensation insurance in the event someone ever argues that they are a DUWA employee by way of being a contractor to DUWA. The current policy term is set to expire on 01/17/2023. A fee of $424 is required to renew this policy through 01/17/2024 (Attachment 8).
Mayor Tim Woolley (Taylor) asked why DUWA needs to carry this insurance if it has no employees noting that it should be the contractors’ responsibility to carry their own insurance. Attorney Fausone agreed, but stated that lawyers could make the case that since the contractor was performing work at the direction of DUWA, that DUWA could be considered a co-owner in the liability of the contractor.
Motion by Rick Rutherford (Belleville) and supported by Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) to approve the Workers’ Compensation and Employers Liability Insurance Policy renewal by Accident Fund from 01/17/2023 through 01/17/2024 for a total cost of $424. The cost shall be applied against DUWA’s Insurance Premiums budget line item. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
c. Wayne County O&M Permit Application
DUWA maintains an annual permit with Wayne County that allows Veolia to occupy the road rights-of-way of Wayne County roads to perform operation and maintenance activities throughout the collection system. This permit is set to expire at the end of 2022. The 2023 permit package renewal requires the signed permit along with a certified copy of the resolution of approval and a copy of the certificate of insurance to be submitted to Wayne County. The annual permit fee is $1,000 (Attachment 9). Fausone Bohn reviewed the permit’s terms and conditions and determined them to be in agreement with DUWA and has prepared a resolution of approval to be certified by the Chair or Vice Chair. The System Manager will also work with Aon to obtain a copy of the certificate of insurance for submission to Wayne County.
Motion by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) and supported by Rick Rutherford (Belleville) to authorize the System Manager to sign the Wayne County permit package and pay the $1,000 application fee, as well as authorize the Chair or Vice Chair to certify the resolution for the 2023 Wayne County O&M Permit application. The permit fee will be paid from DUWA’s Plant Operations – Operating Permits budget line item. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
d. Veolia Chemical Cost MOU
Veolia prepared a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) regarding the costs that will be charged to DUWA in 2023 for chemicals and other consumables used at the plant (Attachment 10). Veolia has typically applied a 10% markup to expenses above contract assumptions. Under this proposed MOU, Veolia will waive the 10% markup on commodities through 2023 in recognition of high inflation and volatile market pricing. Veolia will not markup costs above the limits agreed upon in the contract for ferric chloride, pipeline oxygen, supplemental oxygen, water, and emulsion polymer during 2023. This MOU was reviewed by the Technical and Legal Committees, and is recommended for approval.
Motion by Mayor Tim Woolley (Taylor) and supported by Jeff Dobek (Riverview) to authorize the Chair or Vice Chair to sign Veolia’s Memorandum of Understanding Regarding 2023 Chemical Costs. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
e. Veolia Flow Metering Contract Renewal
DUWA currently maintains a contract with Veolia to perform flow metering services for the flow meters, level sensors, and rain gauges deployed throughout the collection system. This contract is set to expire at the end of 2022. Veolia has prepared a 2-year contract renewal request, with a 2023 proposed fee of $306,816 (Attachment 11). This fee includes costs for meter maintenance and spare parts, subscription and licensing, data analysis, dye testing, and other as-needed consultant or vendor support. The H2Ometrics software platform is also being utilized to store the data as well as to perform analytics and create simplified graphics that will be used for presentation in the flow monitoring reports. The flow metering contract renewal request was reviewed by the Technical Committee, and is recommended for approval.
Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) asked if the proposed annual fee is for both 2023 and 2024. System Manager Johnson responded that the proposed fee is for 2023 only. The annual fee is increased by an escalation factor based on CPI indices as set forth in the flow metering contract. System Manager Tercala added that Veolia was able to bring much of the flow metering work in-house thus reducing the overall cost that Wayne County had been paying for these services.
Motion by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) and supported by James Krizan (Lincoln Park) to authorize the Chair or Vice Chair to approve Veolia’s flow metering contract renewal for a CY2023 fee of $306,816, upon acceptance of terms and conditions by DUWA Legal. The motion passed unanimously by all attending members.
f. Centrifuge Repair
The extraction screw flight for centrifuge 2 bent during operation. Centrifuge 2 has been the primary centrifuge that has been used for dewatering during construction of the biosolids dryers and has experienced much wear and tear. Alfa Laval had originally provided a quote for about $60k for repair based on discussions with Veolia, and this quote was shared with the Technical Committee for recommendation of approval. The centrifuge components were then sent to Alfa Laval’s factory, and upon inspection, Alfa Laval provided an updated quote for repair of about $100k. Veolia originally included their 10% markup on the $60k quote to cover the cost of hauling the equipment to the factory. Veolia did not increase their markup when the updated $100k quote was received, so the total requested cost for repair is $106,905 (Attachment 12). The Technical Committee reviewed the request for the $60k repair, and recommended it for approval.
Motion by Rick Rutherford (Belleville) and supported by Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) to authorize payment to Veolia for $106,905 in association with repair of Centrifuge 2. This fee will be paid from DUWA’s Capital Outlay line item of the budget. The motion passed unanimously with all attending members.
7. CONTRACT OPERATOR UPDATE
Veolia’s General Manager Jason Tapp provided the Contract Operator update.
a. October 2022 MOR
The October 2022 Monthly Operating Report (MOR) was provided in the Board’s pre-meeting packet (Attachment 13). Highlights from the summary and other updates included the following:
- Plant operations remain in compliance, and no bypasses have occurred this year.
- The month of October was dry, with only about 762 MG of wastewater received. The maximum flow received was 46 MGD, which is usually the plant’s average flow.
- There were four open positions available, and two of the positions have recently been filled by outside hire and internal transfer.
- The airport began discharging glycol to the plant in December at about 1000 lb/day.
- The dissolved oxygen probes installed on the aeration basins to monitor oxygen were cleaned. Hach will provide a yearly inspection/calibration to train the newer operators on how these probes work.
- Multiple maintenance activities were performed, including the following:
- The fine screen bars were replaced, which required confined space entry to weld a new stainless steel bar.
- The spare bowl assembly was installed on Centrifuge 2, which required three mechanics to perform.
- The towbro assemblies were installed in the secondary clarifier. A-frames were built to transport the towbros which allowed for limited use of the crane.
- UV disinfection channel 2 required a rebuild that involved the replacement of 180 sleeves, 180 lamps, 4 faulty breakers, and the low water probe. The channel is now operational again. Veolia will look to restock on these spare parts from Trojan’s remaining inventory. Spare parts from third-party vendors fail quickly and are not considered to be an alternative option.
- 360 Miss Dig tickets were submitted in October.
- The collection system team has been performing routine maintenance such as calibrating sensors and changing flow meter batteries.
- Many safety trainings have taken place via in-person and online. A full maintenance team standdown was conducted to review ladder safety after a recent ladder injury at the DWTF. Ladder safety now involves checking in and checking out ladders and throwing away non-compliant ladders.
- Veolia will not charge DUWA for the alum usage during the alum trial period as its cost is only slightly more than the cost for ferric chloride. If alum continues to be used after the trial period, then DUWA will take on this cost.
b. Chemical & Sludge Price Updates
Jason Tapp presented the summary of commodity unit price changes to the Board (Attachment 14). It is expected that the unit costs for commodities will increase 15-20% in January. Due to issues with chlorine gas, the unit price for ferric chloride is expected to increase from $1.72/gal to $2.60/gal in early 2023, which will have a major impact on operating costs.
c. Other Contract Operator Updates
Jason Tapp added to the earlier discussion regarding the possibility of Waste Management rejecting DUWA’s biosolids citing PFOS concerns. He noted that while Veolia has an 8-week permit extension, other disposal options are currently being explored. Veolia has found a potential disposal facility in Ontario that may accept DUWA’s biosolids to be used for fertilizer. This company currently accepts GLWA’s biosolids for this purpose. This company provides the hauling and takes responsibility of the product once it crosses the border. Veolia will send one truck-load of biosolids next week so this facility can test it to see if it meets their criteria. If it does, Veolia would be looking to sign a 1-year contract with this facility. While the contractual agreement is still in process, the all-in pricing is expected to be very favorable to DUWA. Other alternative options include hazardous waste facilities located in Indiana and Ohio, but these would be much more costly for hauling and disposal at a hazardous waste facility.
Jason Tapp added that he appreciates seeing the Board representatives from each community in attendance as this shows their support of the Authority and the regional system.
8. TREASURER’S REPORT
a. 2023 Financial Calendar
Treasurer Jason Couture (Taylor) presented the 2023 Financial Calendar (Attachment 15). The calendar includes a rate setting meeting, a budget review meeting, and a general Finance Committee meeting.
Motion by Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) and supported by Rick Rutherford (Belleville) to approve the 2023 Financial Calendar. The motion passed unanimously with all attending members.
b. Resolution to Adopt CY2023-2024 Budget (2-Year)
Treasurer Jason Couture (Taylor) presented the Resolution to adopt the CY2023-2024 Budget, which was reviewed in detail at the last meeting (Attachment 16).
Roberto Scappaticci (Romulus) asked why the Operator Management fee line item is $0 in 2023 and $50k in 2024. System Manager Tercala responded that this line item is for Veolia’s markup, which they waived for the second half of 2022 through the end of 2023. Their markup is not expected to be waived in 2024. Roberto Scappaticci (Romulus) asked how Veolia’s annual O&M fee is escalated. System Manager Tercala stated that Veolia’s O&M fee is escalated annually based on the formula set forth in the contract, which includes an escalation factor based on national CPI indices. Attorney Fausone asked how future fees are projected if CPI indices are not yet known. System Manager Tercala responded that a 4-5% increase was projected for future years.
Roberto Scappaticci (Romulus) asked if the 5-year budget projection that was reviewed with the Technical and Finance Committees was shared with the Board. System Manager Tercala responded that the rate trends summary was provided to the Board on November 11th. Roberto Scappaticci (Romulus) suggested that the bids for the UV disinfection replacement project be held until the dryer project is complete, and noted that the selected consulting firm should be well versed in both UV and other disinfection methods.
Mayor Tim Woolley (Taylor) asked if the $3.5M payment to Wayne County is included in the 5-year rate projection. Beth Bialy, of Plante Moran, responded that the payment is included in the budget, but noted that this does not directly impact rates as this will be paid from DUWA’s reserves, which will eventually need to be replenished by the rate revenue. She added that upon review of the budget, there is little room for DUWA to control costs as most of the expenses are uncontrolled. She also noted that the budget setting is what determines the rate needs, thus it is important for the budget to be realistic.
Motion by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) and supported by Mayor Tim Woolley (Taylor) to adopt the CY2023-2024 budget. A roll call vote was required, and the motion passed with 100% of the vote. The motion passed unanimously with all attending members.
c. Aging AR
Treasurer Jason Couture (Taylor) presented the Aging Accounts Receivable report (Attachment 17). Treasurer Couture stated that the total amount in the Accounts Receivable is approximately $641k. The Aging AR report shows an outstanding payment of $80k due from Allen Park that is over 60 days; however, this outstanding payment will be resolved by the Allen Park credit that will be applied this year. All communities are staying current with their payment of invoices.
d. Pending Invoices
Treasurer Jason Couture (Taylor) presented the invoice register for a request for payment. The invoice register was provided in the pre-meeting packet (Attachment 18). The invoice register included 36 invoices due for a total of $2,950,351.37. Largest invoices included those to Veolia for two months’ worth of O&M and unit cost reconciliations and to Wyandotte for utility services. Treasurer Jason Couture (Taylor) reminded the Board that the invoice register total was lower than usual last month as not as many invoices were received by the cutoff date, and it was expected that the invoice register total this month would be higher.
System Manager Tercala added that she reviewed the 20-year projection of Veolia’s O&M costs that was developed at the time of the system transfer per request at the last meeting. The O&M cost projection assumed a 2-3% cost increase each year. The actual O&M costs are generally aligned with the projected costs noting that seven contract amendments have been executed since the execution of the contract. Attorney Fausone added that there will be another contract amendment once the dryers come online. A comparison between actual and projected O&M costs will be provided to the Board.
Motion by Mayor Joseph Kuspa (Southgate) and supported by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) to pay the invoice register. The motion passed unanimously with all attending members.
9. PUBLIC COMMENT
There was no public comment.
10. OTHER BUSINESS
System Manager Tercala presented the proposed 2023 Board calendar (Attachment 19). Board meetings are planned to take place on the second Thursday of each month in 2023.
Motion by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) and supported by James Krizan (Lincoln Park) to approve the 2023 Board meeting dates. The motion passed unanimously with all attending members.
Attorney Fausone reminded the Board that officer elections will take place in January, and encouraged Board Commissioners to let him know if they are interested in holding an officer position. Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) informed the Board that he will be out of the country next week with no access to email. Correspondence can be directed to his Chief of Staff while he is out of the country.
11. NEXT BOARD MEETING DATE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2023 (9:00AM; IN-PERSON)
Chairperson McLeod (Allen Park) reminded the Board that the next meeting would take place on Thursday, January 12, 2023 at 9:00 AM in-person at Taylor City Hall. Chairperson McLeod (Allen Park) wished everyone a happy holiday season.
There being no other business, Chairperson McLeod (Allen Park) announced that a motion to adjourn would be in order. Motion by Rick Rutherford (Belleville) and supported by Mayor Bill Bazzi (Dearborn Heights) to adjourn the meeting. Motion passed unanimously at 10:29 AM.
Meeting Minutes Prepared by:
Mackenzie Johnson, OHM Advisors, Engineer
Meeting Minutes Reviewed by:
Lambrina Tercala, OHM Advisors, DUWA System Manager
- Meeting Agenda
- November 10, 2022 DUWA Board Meeting Minutes
- Monthly Legal Update (by Fausone Bohn)
- System Manager Report for December 2022 (by OHM Advisors)
- UV RFP Selection Committee (by OHM Advisors)
- Biosolids Dryer Facility Project November 2022 Monthly Progress Summary (by Veolia)
- 2023 Insurance Renewals
- Workers’ Compensation Insurance Renewal
- Wayne County O&M Permit Renewal
- Veolia MOU re: 2023 Chemical Costs
- Veolia Flow Metering Contract Renewal
- Centrifuge 2 Repair Request
- Monthly Operating Report for October 2022 (by Veolia)
- DWTF Unit Price Changes Summary (by Veolia)
- 2023 Financial Calendar
- Resolution to Adopt CY2023-2024 Budget (by Doug Drysdale)
- Aged Accounts Receivable Report, dated December 1, 2022 (by Doug Drysdale)
- Invoice Register, dated December 2, 2022 (by Doug Drysdale)
- 2023 Board Meeting Calendar