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File #: 20-923    Version: 1 Name: Sewer User's Service Charge Initiate
Type: Resolution Status: Consent Agenda
File created: 4/27/2020 In control: City Council Meeting Agenda
On agenda: 5/11/2020 Final action:
Title: CC - Adoption of a Resolution Initiating Proceedings for the Levy and Collection of Annual Assessments for the Sewer User's Service Charge and Ordering the Preparation of the Engineer's Report, Thereon for Fiscal Year 2020/2021.
Attachments: 1. Resolution of Initiation - SUSC.pdf
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CC - Adoption of a Resolution Initiating Proceedings for the Levy and Collection of Annual Assessments for the Sewer User's Service Charge and Ordering the Preparation of the Engineer's Report, Thereon for Fiscal Year 2020/2021.

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Meeting Date: May 11, 2020

Contact Person/Dept: Mate Gaspar/Public Works

Phone Number: (310) 253-5602

Fiscal Impact: Yes [] No [x] General Fund: Yes [] No [x]

Public Hearing: [] Action Item: [] Attachments: [x]

Commission Action Required: Yes [] No [x] Date:

Public Notification: (E-Mail) Meetings and Agendas - City Council (05/06/2020);

Department Approval: Charles D. Herbertson, Director of Public Works/City Engineer (04/30/2020)
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RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends the City Council adopt the resolution initiating proceedings for the levy and collection of annual assessments for the Sewer User's Service Charge and ordering the preparation of the Engineer's Report thereon for Fiscal Year 2020/2021.


BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION

Culver City obtains sewage treatment services at the City of Los Angeles' Hyperion Treatment Plant through an Amalgamated Agreement with the City of Los Angeles. This Agreement requires Culver City to pay a proportionate share of the costs of conveyance, operation, maintenance, repair and capital improvements to upgrade and improve the Amalgamated Sewerage system.

Culver City owns and operates a separate sewage collection system, which is connected to the Amalgamated system.

The Clean Water Act of 1972 requires that all agencies receiving federal grants for waste water treatment plant improvements must approve a system of charges to the public to assure that each property served pays its fair share of costs for the operation, maintenance, and repair of the system's conveyance and waste water treatment facilities. The "fair share" of each property is based on its contribution to ...

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