METROPOLITAN WASTEWATER

SERVICE DISTRICT MEETING

May 30, 2001

12:00 Noon

Commissioners' Conference Room

APPROVED 5/28/02

 

Commissioner Anna Morrison presided with Commissioner Bill Dwyer, Bobby Green, and Peter Sorenson present.  Cindy Weeldreyer was present via telephone.  County Counsel Teresa Wilson, County Administrator Bill Van Vactor, Recording Secretary Melissa Zimmer, Walt Meyer, Marie Bell, Susie Smith, Eileen Stein, Peter Ruffier, and David Garnick were also present.

 

Dave Garnick, Budget Analyst, stated they have to elect a chair and a vice-chair each year.

 

MOTION: to nominate Walt Meyer as Chair.

 

Green MOVED, Morrison SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

MOTION: to nominate Marie Bell as Vice Chair.

 

Dwyer MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: 5-0.

 

A.  Approval of Minutes:

June 16, 1999, MWSD, Following HACSA

May 31, 2000, MWSD,  12:15 p.m.

May 31, 2000, MWSD, Following MWSD Budget Committee Meeting

June 14, 2000, MWSD, Following HACSA

 

MOTION: to approve the minutes.

 

Dwyer MOVED, Meyer SECONDED.

 

VOTE: Unanimous.

 

B.  PUBLIC HEARING/Proposed Lane County Metropolitan Wastewater Service District Budget for Fiscal Year 2001-2002.

 

Garnick noted the way the proposed budget was presented, page 1 and 2 were historical information.  He noted page 3 began the overview of the budget.  He explained there were two different funds for the Service District: the bond retirement fund, where principle and interest is paid for the bond; and the admin construction fund where they pay the miscellaneous expenses.  He added that is where they transfer the proceeds to Metro Wastewater.  He said they had $28,000 budgeted for admin construction.  He noted they are continuing to pay off the bonds and there are miscellaneous expenses.

 

Garnick noted on page 4, the admin and construction fund projected a balance of $29,000 plus interest earnings.  He said they were projecting to spend $7,952, of which indirect is $6,700 and $1,200 is miscellaneous.  He noted there would be an additional $13,000 that would be available over and above what was needed to transfer to Metro Wastewater.

 

Garnick discussed page 7.  He said the bond payments were $1 million in principle and $67,620 in interest.  He noted the total levy needed was $490,195.

 

Chair Meyer opened up the Public Hearing.  There being no one signed up to speak, he closed the Public Hearing.

 

MOTION: to approve the Budget and the levying of the taxes in the amount of  $490,000.

 

Dwyer MOVED, Green SECONDED.

 

VOTE: Passed unanimously.

 

There being no further business, Chair Meyer adjourned the meeting at 12:40 p.m.

 

Melissa Zimmer

Recording Secretary

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