CWR Notice of Meeting — 06/18/19

NOTICE OF MEETING

Chester County Wastewater Recovery
Regular Commission Meeting

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
6:00 PM

CWR Office
3261 Lancaster Highway
Richburg, South Carolina

PROPOSED AGENDA

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Invocation

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Approval of Last Meeting Minutes

V. Old Business

  1. WWTP Update
  2. Pretreatment Update
  3. Maintenance Work Report
  4. Project Updates

VI. New Business

  1. Budget
  2. Update to Travel Policy
  3. 2019 Reimbursement Resolution
  4. PSA
  5. Public Comment

VII. Reports

  1. Financial Statement

VIII. Executive Session

  1. Section 30-4-70 (a) (1) and (2)

IX. Further Action

  1. Actions to be taken on items discussed in Executive Session (if needed)

X. Adjourn

This Agenda is subject to change up to 24 hours prior to such meeting.

CWR Notice of Public Hearing — 06/13/19

Public Notice

Pursuant to Section 6-1-80 of the S.C. Code of Laws, public notice is hereby given that the Chester Sewer District will hold a public hearing prior to the adoption of Chester Sewer District’s Budget.

Date        June 13, 2019
Time        3:00 P.M.
Location Gateway Center, 3200 Commerce Drive Suite C, Richburg SC  29729


Revenue & Expenditures

FY 2018-2019
FY 2019-2020
Percentage Change
Revenue
$5,016,485
$12,624,600
+152%
Expenditures
$12,624,600
$12,624,600
+152%

Current & Proposed Rates & Fees

Base Charges
(based on Meter Size)

Current Charge
Proposed Charge
3/4″
19.06
$20.39
1″
$22.47
$24.04
1.5″
$30.91
$33.07
2″
$41.09
$43.97
3″
$64.84
$69.38
4″
$98.77
$105.68
6″
$183.52
$196.37
8″
$285.25
$305.22
10″
$403.98
$432.26

Volumetric Usage Charges
(per 1,000 gallons)

Current Charge
Proposed Charge
Monitored Industrial
$10.42
$11.15
Commercial & Residential
$9.14
$9.78

Other Rates & Fees

Current Charge
Proposed Charge
Flat Rate — Residential Only
$45.21
$49.73
Industrial Permitting Fee
$133.75/month
$143.11/month
Septic Dumping Fee
$400/month
$428/month
Tap Fee
$1,375.79 or CoI
$1,375.79 or CoI

High Strength Surcharge
(per pound)

Current Charge
Proposed Charge
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (over 250 ppm)
$0.48
$0.51
Total Suspended Solids (over 250 ppm)
$0.64
$0.69
Ammonia (over 25 ppm)
$3.20
$3.42

CWR Notice of Meeting — 05/21/19

NOTICE OF MEETING

Chester County Wastewater Recovery
Regular Commission Meeting

Tuesday, May 21, 2019
6:00 PM

CWR Office
3261 Lancaster Highway
Richburg, South Carolina

PROPOSED AGENDA

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Invocation

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Approval of Last Meeting Minutes

V. Old Business

  1. WWTP Update
  2. Pretreatment Update
  3. Maintenance Work Report
  4. Project Updates

VI. New Business

  1. ATI Allvac Flow Monitoring Issue
  2. Draft Budget Proposal for FY 2019-2020
  3. Public Comment

VII. Reports

  1. Financial Statement

VIII. Executive Session

  1. Legal Advice

IX. Adjourn

This Agenda is subject to change up to 24 hours prior to such meeting.

CWR Notice of Meeting – 04/16/19



NOTICE OF MEETING

Chester County Wastewater Recovery
Regular Commission Meeting

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
6:00 PM

CWR Office
3261 Lancaster Highway
Richburg, South Carolina

PROPOSED AGENDA

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Invocation

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Approval of Last Meeting Minutes

V. Old Business

  1. WWTP Update
  2. Pretreatment Update
  3. Maintenance Work Report
  4. Project Updates

VI. New Business

  1. CDBG Project Bid Approval
  2. Information Technology Services RFP
  3. Public Comment

VII. Reports

  1. Financial Statement

VIII. Executive Session

  1. Legal Advice

IX. Adjourn

This Agenda is subject to change up to 24 hours prior to such meeting.



CWR Notice of Meeting — 03/19/19

NOTICE OF MEETING

Chester County Wastewater Recovery
Regular Commission Meeting

Tuesday, March 19, 2019
6:00 PM

POSTPONED — Date TBD

CWR Office
3261 Lancaster Highway
Richburg, South Carolina

PROPOSED AGENDA

I. Call Meeting to Order

II. Invocation

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Approval of Last Meeting Minutes

V. Old Business

  1. WWTP Update
  2. Pretreatment Update
  3. Maintenance Work Report
  4. Project Updates

VI. New Business

  1. CDBG Project Bid Approval
  2. Information Technology Services RFP
  3. Public Comment

VII. Reports

  1. Financial Statement

VIII. Executive Session

  1. Legal Advice

IX. Adjourn

This Agenda is subject to change up to 24 hours prior to such meeting.

The New Chester Sewer District!

The Chester Sewer District is now…

 Chester County Wastewater Recovery!

In an ongoing effort to provide superior service to the residents and businesses of Chester County, we at Chester County Wastewater Recovery have embarked on a mission to put forth our best possible image. In November 2016, the Chester Sewer District’s Board of Commissioners approved a plan to rebrand Chester County’s Wastewater System by upgrading our image and putting our focus back on our customers and the services we provide.

About The New CWR:

The Chester Sewer District (CSD) is a special purpose district created by Legislative Act No. 480 as amended by Act No. 1186 (and subsequent Amendments thereto) of the Acts of the State of South Carolina for 1964.  The CSD was created for the purpose of transporting, treating and disposing of wastewater originating within the CSD Service Area. In September 2016, the CSD Board of Commissioners passed a resolution to allow the CSD to operate as Chester County Wastewater Recovery (CWR).  CWR is a more accurate name detailing the actual function of the organization.  Therefore, the CSD is “doing business as” (DBA) CWR.

Wastewater treatment is an important service provided by the CWR to residents, businesses and industries in the Chester and Richburg areas.  Without this service, industrial operations in the Chester County area would be greatly hindered.  That is why CWR is a strong supporter and partner in economic development efforts in the county.

The CWR’s mission is to protect public health by providing efficient and reliable wastewater services to conserve resources, promote growth and development, and return clean water to the environment.

Meet the Team!

Front Row (L-R): Rosetta Dixon, RCWWTP/LMWWTP; Farrah Wright, Executive Assistant; Phillip A. Thompson-King, Executive Director; Devon Beaty, Pretreatment Coordinator;  Manager of Information Services.

Second Row (L-R): Jerry Campbell, SRWWTP; Tony Young, SRWWTP Superintendent; Joel Manning, Financial Analyst; Billy Raines, Collections; Patrick Timms, RCWWTP/LMWWTP Superintendent.

Third Row (L-R): Michael McAbee, Collections; Cole Abell, SRWWTP; Brian “Hatch” Hatchell, Collections; Claude “Sammy” Bell, RCWWTP/LMWWTP.

Back Row: Michael Hunter, Interim Collections Superintendent.

Not Pictured: Michael Coleman, Collections; Jamie Jennings, Collections; Charles Sanders, RCWWTP/LMWWTP; Michael Ritchie, RCWWTP/LMWWTP.