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IOA Wednesday, July 7, 2010 Feather River Bulletin OBITUARY Christine Ellen Butler Christine Ellen But- ler, age 83, of Quincy, died Sun- day, July 4, 2010, peace- fully at home surrounded by her loving family. Born in Pioneer, Ohio, she met and married the love of her life, Paul, at Bowling Green State University and they were married July 3, 1949, after her graduation. They settled in Ohio where they raised their three chil- dren, then moved to Califor- nia in 1974. Chris loved to travel, play bridge, golf, sew and enter- tain, She was active in her communities and had many PUBLIC NOTICES Ordinance amending service charges ORDINANCE 9 AN ORDINANCE OF THE EAST QUINCY SERVICES DISTRICT AMENDING WATER AND SEWER SYSTEM SERVICE CHARGES WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the East Quincy Services District is required to acquire, construct, improve, maintain and finance works to its water supply and wastewater collection systems; and WHEREAS, the public convenience and necessity require that the Board fix rates and charges for water supply and sewage collection services; and WHEREAS, A Water and Sewer Revenue Program, dated June 8, 2010, has been complet- ed, which program analyzed user charectedsUcs, water supply and sewer flows, systems' needs, the prospective water and sewer enterprises' budgets, and prospective equitable sys- tems' charge and rate structures to support the enterprises' short and long term fiscal needs; and WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the East Quincy Services Distnct has made its annual review of the revenue program and has determined that a rate increase is needed to maintain the enterprises shofl and long term goals; and WHEREAS, the Board finds the Water and Sewer Revenue Program analyses to be compre- hensive, equitable and adequate to support the fiscal and financial needs of the water and sewer enterprises in maintaining, operating, replacing and expanding the respective systems as needed for the health, safety and general welfare of systems' users; and WHEREAS, the District Manager caused a Notice of Hearing to be published, setting forth the proposed schedules of rates and charges twice in the Feather River Bulletin in the June 2, 2010 and June 9, 2010, issue; and WHEREAS, the Board of directors has reviewed the Water and Sewer Revenue Program and related documenls and has held a Public Hearing on the matter, to receive testimony concern- ing the proposed water and sewer service charges; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the East Quincy Services Distnct hereby estab- lishes schedules of water and sewer service charges for the various classes of users and their average water consumption and sewage flows, which schedules are embodied in Exhibit "A" Schedule of Water Supply System Charges, and Exhibit "B" Schedule of Sewer System Charges, which are attached hereto and mode a part hereof; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the establishment of the Water Supply System Charges and Sewer System Charges shall become effective on July 1,2010, and shall remain in effect until superceded, modified or repealed; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board of directors shall review the districts water and sewer rates and charges each year at least thirty (3 0) days prior to the end of the fiscal year. The Board shall adjust all rates and charges as appropriate to ensure enterprise solvency and. compliance with outstanding contractual obligations related to services; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Ordinance shall supercede all former Resolutions per- taining to the same subjects. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the East Quincy Service District this 23rd day of June 2010, by the following vote: Ayes: Directors Margason, Peey, Wets, Grant and Chairman Hughes Noes: None Absent: None Howard Hughes, Chairman of the Board of Directors of East Quincy Services District ATIEST: Shawneen Howe District Secretary EXHIBIT "A" EAST QUINCY SERVICES DISTRICT SCHEDULE OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM CHARGES ADOPTED JUNE 23, 2010 A. Water Supply Charges (Sum of Customer Meter Charge, Base Use Charge, and Great Northern Hair Co. 458 Main Street Quincy 283-3302 Volumetric Charge) 1. Customer Meter Charge per month: Size of Meter . Meter Charge 5/'8" $t3.90 3/4" :15.29  1" 19.38 I-1/2" 24.96 2" 40.21 3" 152.38 4" 193.92 Hydrant 12.63 2. Base Use Charge per month: User Classification Single Family Residential(R) Multi-family Residential MR Small Commercial (C1) Large Commercial (C2) and Extraordinary Flow (X) 3. Volumetnc Charge: For each 1000 gallons per month, o portion thereof, over the Base Use Charge gallonage 4. Water Standby Availability Charge: Per pamel per month B. Connectlon.related Charges 1. Main Tapping Fee: 2. Lateral Construction Installation Fee: 3. Service Turn-on or Turn-off Charge: 4. Meter Test Charge: 5/8" to 1" meter Greater than 1" meter 5. New meter install charge: 5/8" meter 3/4" meter 1" meter 1 112" or larger 6. Water system Facility Fee Administrative Charges 1. Establishment of Credit Charge: 2. Reestablishment of Credit Charge: 3. Engineering Design/Plan Check Charge: 4. System Construction/Inspection Fee: 5. Reoonnection fee 6. Application Fee 7. Backfiow checking fee Bose Use Charqe $10.68 for 6000 gallons per month or portion thereof. $ 8.90 for 5000 gallons per unit per month or portion thereof. $ 5.34 (maximum 3000 gallons per month). $10.68 for 6000 gallons per month or portion thereof. $1.78 $12.63 $120.00 $2,500.00 deposit minimum $15.00 $75.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100o.00 $200.00 Actual cost per separate Ordinance/Resolution. 3 times the base rate for owners only 2 times the base rate actual cost 4% of Engineer's construction cost astimote. $50.00 $50.00 $20.00 EXHIBIT"B" EAST QUINCY SERVICES DISTRICT SCHEDULE OF SEWER SYSTEM CHARGES ADOPTED JUNE 23, 20t0 A. Sewer Service Charge per month: User Classification Service Chame Single Family Residential(R) $40.54 per each Multi-family Rasidential(MR) $3122 per dwelling unit Small Commemial(C1), less than $20.29 per connection 3000 gallons per month, based on average monthly non-irrigation water consumption for the prior year. Large Commercial(C2) and Extraordinary $40.54 per DUE Flow(X), more than 6000 gallons per month, based on average winter(non-irrigation) month water consumption for the peer year. Note: DUE charges shell be computed to the next highest 0.1 DUE, where a DUE is 21 drainage fixture units. B. Connection-related Charges: 1. Sewer System Facility Fee (Capacity Charge) for each new Dwelling Unit Equivalent (DUE) over the number of DUE's previously assessed, for parcels included in the 1993 Community Sewage Coiteotion Project Assessment District and for each new DUE located outside the boundaries of the 1993 Community Sewage Collection project Assessment District- per sep- arate Ordinance/Resolution. 2009 amount $1,346.02 2. Account Establishment and $ 125.00 Lateral Inspection Fee 3. Plugging Sewer Charge $75.00 4. Lateral construction $2,500.00 deposit minimum Installation Fee 5. Sewer main tapping Fee $ 120.00 C. Administrative Charges: 1. Engineering Design/Plan Check Charge actual cost 2. System Construction/Inspection Fee 4% of Engineer's construction 3. Assessment Reapportionment Fee 4. Reconneotion fee 5. Establishment of Credit Charge: 6. Reestablishment of Credit Charge: 7. Application Fee Published FRB June 30, July 7, 2010 cost estimate. $275 per new parcel. $50.00 3 times the base rate for owners only 2 times the base rate $50.00 friends. She is preceded in death by her husband, Paul David, and by her son, Timothy Paul. She is survived by her daughters, Susan Kelsch of Quincy and Julie Brown of Santa Rosa; grandchil- dren Ashlie Artaz, Mary Watenpaugh, Samantha Ab- bott, Katie, Bryden and Brooks Quam; and great- grandchildren Jaxson and Avery Artaz. Chris requested that as a memorial contribution in lieu of flowers or money that you would, "Do some- thing nice for someone where you are." Services will be held at Meadow Valley Community Church Thursday, July 8, at 1 p.m. An opportunity to express condolences to the family, and sign the memorial guest register, is available online at fehrmanmortuary. CONTRACT, from page 1A elections have been settled, we all have a better sense of hospital finances -- which are looking much more en- couraging," the board can revisit the issue. In the meantime, an exten- sion would at least provide a level of security for Hath- away, he said. Elliott explained he felt September was too soon to make an informed decision, because he wanted to see if the dismal financials of April were an anomaly. (Chief Financial Officer John Nadone reported there had been a significant up- swing in May and June.) Also, Elliott wanted to see if any of the three board members up for. election -- himself, Flanigan and Then -- were replaced. In that case, he felt the community deserved to have the new board members in on the CEO's contract negotiation. Then disagreed with let- ting a new board make the decision on a new contract. Elliott said, however, that was why he wanted to see Hathaway receive the pro- tection that extending the existing contract until De- cember 2011 would afford. Board member John Kim- mel pointed out that the board could, in fact, chose to revisit the new contract is- sue at any time -- "you can always install a new con- tract," he said. Elliott's amendment went to a vote with Elliott, Flani- gan, Satterfield and Kimmel voting for it, and Then ab- staining. There was some procedur- al confusion surrounding the vote, but Satterfield reit- erated what the board had voted for: "Bill's amend- ment would be to reconsider (the new CEO contract) in January and to offer an ex- tension of the current con- tract with new dates, etc., until the end of 2011." Flanigan said if "time and opportunity is changed with regards to finances and all," the board should consider addressing the new contract issue again before January, "so as not to keep Mr. Hath- away waiting." Satterfield agreed, but said Elliott's concern re- garding the hospital's "fi- nancial uncertainty" and the upcoming board election (which could potentially re- place a majority of mem- bers) was warranted. "I think there's some val- ue to acknowledging tle public's right to participate in all of this." Hathaway was visibly up- set by the board's action, but made no comment dur- ing the meeting, and he was unavailable for comment by press time. After the meeting, Satterfield said there had been some question regard- ing "procedural process in order to secure this action," and the board would likely make some "clarification of action taken" later. take your treatment beyond your hairline You trust us with your tresses. 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