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TVWD & Various Cities ~ 12/17/14 BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING e This Bridge Memorandum of Understanding(MU) is effective this /7 day of eee/ 2014 by and between Tualatin Valley Water District, a domestic water supply district organized under ORS Chapter 264 (TVWD) the City of Wilsonville, an Oregon municipal corporation (Wilsonville), the City of Beaverton, an Oregon Municipal Corporation(Beaverton), the City of Hillsboro, an Oregon municipal corporation, acting by and through its Utilities Commission (Hillsboro),the City of Sherwood, an Oregon municipal corporation (Sherwood), the City of Tigard, an Oregon municipal corporation, (Tigard), and the City of Tualatin, an Oregon municipal corporation(Tualatin). RECITALS TVWD,the City of Wilsonville (Wilsonville)and the City of Sherwood(Sherwood) own varied interests in land, water rights,water system assets and capacity in water system assets as part of the existing Willamette River Water Treatment Plant(WRWTP) in Wilsonville. The original design of the WRWTP Lower Plant allowed for expansion from its current capacity of 15 million gallons per day to produce up to 70 million gallons per day in the future. The real property upon which the Lower Plant is situated could accommodate a second water treatment plant, Upper Plant, with capacity to be determined. TVWD, Wilsonville and Sherwood have been engaged in discussions with the cities of Beaverton,Hillsboro, Tigard and Tualatin regarding planning and evaluation of use of the Willamette River to jointly meet future water supply demands, the evaluation of existing water system assets including the Lower Plant and future water system assets such as the Upper Plant, the sizing and location of transmission pipeline(s)and reservoirs and discussion concerning ownership, governance and operation of the Lower and Upper Plants and other facilities. A Master Plan for the WRWTP was completed in December,2006. In order to facilitate the evaluation of existing and planning for future water system facilities, and to assist in future decision-making by the above named entities, all parties except Tualatin have entered into separate MOUs with TVWD to solicit and negotiate a contract with a consultant to update the Master Plan for the WRWTP and develop a Master Plan for the proposed Upper Plant (collectively referenced hereinafter as the"Master Plan"). The Willamette Water Supply Program (WWSP) is a cooperative project to produce and transmit finished drinking water from the WRWTP to TVWD and I-Iillsboro and such other municipalities as may elect to participate in the program. All parties, except Wilsonville and Sherwood, have entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement regarding Predesign,Design,Public Affairs and Public Outreach in Furtherance of the Willamette Water Supply Program (Supply Agreement). The Supply Agreement is comprehensive in all aspects to accomplish tasks to achieve preliminary design of the WWSP and final design of the S.W. 124`1' Avenue Pipeline Project. Page 1 —BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001 W828-8518-1473.1,1 12/17/14 The Parties have been engaged in mutual and cooperative discussions regarding the WRWI'P, the WWSP, the Master Plan and other issues relating to meeting the Parties' long-teen need for finished drinking water. The purpose of this Bridge MOU is to reaffirm the Parties' commitment to continue to participate in the discussions with the goal of developing mutually acceptable Agreement(s) or MOUs related to ownership, finance, design and construction of water system facilities, including the Upper and Lower Plants and the governance, use, operation,maintenance repair and replacement of those facilities (collectively referred to as "Future Agreements"). The Parties recognize and acknowledge that each Party, based upon a determination of its own needs and resources,will evaluate the benefits of becoming a party to those Future Agreements and preserve the opportunity to fully participate with the other Parties if the individual Party finds it is in its best interests to do so. THE PARTIES AGREES AS FOLLOWS: 1. Participation. The Parties recognize and agree that each Party may participate in some, all or none of the Future Agreements. To that end, the Parties anticipate that the Future Agreement(s), if any, will contain a provision that allows a Party to participate upon giving notice with participation to be effective at an agreed upon date. 2. Tigard and Tualatin Participation. All Parties recognize and agree that the Tigard and Tualatin Charters require voter approval prior to using the Willamette River as a drinking water source. All Parties recognize and agree that Tigard's or Tualatin's participation in this MOU does not evidence a decision to use the Willamette River as a drinking water source,nor does it require their respective city councils to authorize an election to vote on whether to use the Willamette River as a drinking water source. All Parties recognize and agree that Tigard and Tualatin intend to participate in this MOU in an effort to develop Future Agreements that will provide a mechanism for either to join with the other Parties, if a decision is made by their city councils and voters to use the Willamette River as a drinking water source. 3. Future Agreements. The Parties agree to continue to meet, discuss and develop the Future Agreement(s). Development of the Future Agreement(s) does not obligate a Party to approve and enter into Future Agreement(s). The obligation of this MOU is for all Parties to continue to work in good faith and cooperation to allow those Parties that so desire to achieve their water supply system goals and complete construction by 2025. Each Party specifically recognizes that ultimately it or another Party may decline to approve and participate in the future agreement(s) but, until that decision is made, each Party will continue to participate in a cooperative and timely manner. Page 2—BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v 12/17/14 3.1 Governance Agreement. All Parties agree to make reasonable and good faith efforts to develop a Governance Agreement that is mutually beneficial and suitable for submission and recommendation to the Parties governing bodies by the end of 2016. Among other things,the Governance Agreement shall provide methods for identifying and describing ownership of existing assets; construction and contribution of new assets; fair and equitable decision making; management, • operation, maintenance,repair and replacement of assets; cost of service rate- making principles integration and system operation, so that existing assets and new assets work together in an efficient and effective manner; internal dispute resolution processes; progressive methods to achieve compliance with the Governance Agreement; and a provision to allow joinder of local government water providers including, but not limited to, a provision to address equitable cost recovery. 3.2 Other Future Agreements. Other Future Agreements may include, but not be limited to, topics such as the S.W. 124th Avenue Pipeline Project, the Transmission Pipeline Agreement, Reservoir Agreement, Willamette River Water Treatment Plant Agreement(s) and Right of Way Usage Agreements for City rights of way occupied by water facilities. 4. Anticipated Schedule. The Parties will make reasonable good faith efforts to complete the final draft of the Governance Agreement by December 31, 2016 and other Future Agreements as necessary to complete the Willamette Water Supply Program by 2025, as set forth in Exhibits 1 and 2, attached hereto and incorporated by reference as though fully set forth. 5. Protocols for Development of the Governance Agreement. The Parties goal is to develop a mutually acceptable Governance Agreement while recognizing that approval by a Party's governing body is completely discretionary. To reach this goal, each Party agrees: 5.1 To share in the costs of facilitating the discussions for the Future Agreement(s) according to the current cost share formula attached hereto as Ex. 3 and incorporated by reference herein as though fully set forth. The estimated cost of future facilitation services is $209,400, and the Parties agree to update and review the cost share formula if necessary. While a Party is not obligated to execute the Governance Agreement, it is obligated to pay its share of facilitation costs. Reimbursement of facilitation or negotiation costs will not be made. Page 3 —BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v 12/17/14 5.2 To follow the facilitator's rules of conduct during project meetings and to provide information to all Parties as to the results of any discussion of issues between less than all Parties when such limited discussions could have an impact on the terms of the Governance Agreement. 5.3 To use best efforts to avoid hindering the schedule to enable the water supply project to be built and on line by 2025. 5.4 To commit staff to attend meetings as appropriate and staff members shall be prepared to discuss and apply the information from the HDR Preliminary Design, the WRWTP Master Plan Update, other studies and work product of the Parties or consultants regarding meeting topics. • 5.5 To identify information necessary to enable staff or the governing body of a Party to review, consider and make decisions in a timely manner. 6. Cooperation :By All Parties. The Parties agree that each will cooperate with the other Parties as reasonably necessary to: 6.1 Provide advice and comment on the Willamette Water Supply Program as it affects a Party and its residents and customers. 6.2 Provide advice, suggested solutions and comment on methods or strategies to protect a Party's interests or reasonable actions to mitigate impacts to the Party's interests. 6.3 Recognize and assist in reasonable mitigation strategies during temporary construction activities within a Party's boundary that may impact the community. 6.4 Assist in developing and implementing a public information and outreach process regarding WWSP activities to residents within the Party's boundary. 6.5 To evaluate the Upper Plant and Lower Plant site configuration and, if requested, to assist in developing Upper Plant site layout alternatives for consideration by those Parties that will use water from the Upper Plant. 6.6 If the preferred Upper Plant site layout requires acquisition of additional property, exchange of property or other action to accommodate the preferred alternative, the affected Parties will cooperate in contacting property owners and affected neighbors, provide detail of the WWSP site needs and otherwise cooperate to Page 4—BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.vI 12/17/14 facilitate discussions. However, nothing in this MOU is intended to prevent or hinder Wilsonville from performing its government function in evaluating and issuing development applications or permits. 6.7 The Parties to this Agreement recognize the position of Wilsonville and Sherwood as the only Parties currently using water from the WRWTP. Therefore, any water supply facilities that may be designed and constructed to divert and treat raw water and to convey finished drinking water from the Upper Plant or Lower Plant to a Party's service area must function in a manner that does not adversely impact or impair Wilsonville's or Sherwood's ability to obtain water and serve their respective users, except for temporary impacts during construction that are reasonably mitigated. 7. General Provisions. 7.1 Future Agreements. The Parties acknowledge that some or all of the terms and conditions of this MOU may be superseded or replaced by the Future Agreement(s). 7.2 Withdrawal. Effective 90 days after written notice to all other Parties, a Party may withdraw from this MOU. The withdrawing Party will be obligated to pay its share of facilitation costs under Section 5.1 through the effective date of withdrawal with no refund. The Parties may mutually agree to another withdrawal date. 7.3 Assignment. No Party to this MOU may assign its interest in this MOU (or any portion thereof) without the prior written consent of the other Parties. 7.4 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts by the parties which shall constitute an agreement between and among the parties. 7.5 Notices. Any notice herein required and permitted to be given shall be given in writing, shall be effective when actually received, and may be given by hand delivery or by United States mail, first class postage prepaid, addressed to the parties as follows: City of Wilsonville Tualatin Valley Water District Debora Kerber, P.E. Mark Knudson, P.E., CEO Public Works Director 1850 S.W. 1701E 29799 SW Town Center Loop E Beaverton, Oregon 97003 Wilsonville, OR 97070 Page 5 —BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-85 I8-1473.vI • 12/17/14 City of Sherwood City of Hillsboro Craig Sheldon Kevin Hanway Public Works Director Water Department Director 15527 Southwest Willamette Street 150 E. Main Street Sherwood, OR 97140 Hillsboro, Oregon 97123 City of Beaverton City of Tigard David Winship, P.E. Dennis Koellermeier City Utilities Engineer Public Works Director P.O. Box 4755 13125 SW Ilall Blvd. Beaverton, OR 97076 Tigard, OR 97223 City of Tualatin Jerry Postema Public Works Director City Administration 18880 SW Martinazzi Avenue #200 Tualatin, OR 97062 7.6 Amendment. This MOU may be amended only by mutual written agreement of all Parties, signed by an authorized representative of each Party. 7.7 Books, Reports and Accounting. TVWD, as the contracting party, shall maintain books and records which shall show all income,receipts, expenses and costs in connection with any Consultant contract and this MOU. All such books of account or other records may be examined and copies of books and records made by TVWD staff at reasonable times upon reasonable notice. TVWD will provide a report at least semi-annually showing receipts and expenditures hereunder. 7.8 Waiver. The failure of a Party to insist on the strict performance of any provision of this MOU or to exercise any right,power or remedy upon a breach of any provision of this MOU shall not constitute a waiver of any provision of this MOU or limit the Party's right thereafter to enforce any provision or exercise any right. 7.9 Governing Law. This MOU shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Oregon. 7.10 Time a is of the Essence. A material consideration of the Parties entering into this MOU is that the Parties will make all payments as and when due and will perform all other obligations under this MOU in a timely manner. Time is of the essence of each and every provision of this Agreement. Page 6—BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v I 12/17/14 7.11 Term. This MOU shall be in effect until the earlier of the execution of the Governance Agreement or December 31, 2016. THE UNDERSIGNED, PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY, HEREBY EXECUTES THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON BEHALF OF HIS/HER RESPECTIVE ENTITY CITY OF WILSONVILLE TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT An Oregon Municipal Corporation A Domestic Water Supply District By: i Its: &fry,y2 ftf Chief Executive Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City A orney District Counsel CITY OF TUALATIN CITY OF SHERWOOD An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF BEAVERTON CITY OF HILLSBORO An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF TIGARD An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney Page 7 —BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v1 12/17/14 7.11 Term. This MOU shall be in effect until the earlier of the execution of the Governance Agreement or December 31, 2016. THE UNDERSIGNED, PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY, HEREBY EXECUTES THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON BEHALF OF HIS/HER RESPECTIVE ENTITY CITY OF WILSONVILLE TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT An Oregon Municipal Corporation A Domestic Water Supply District By: Its: Chief Executive Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney District Counsel CITY OF TUALATIN CITY OF SHERWOOD An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By. y's..- By: Its: , `�► e11tLD�[� Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM 1 APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF BEAVERTON CITY OF HILLSBORO An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF TIGARD An Oregon Municipal Corporation • By: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney Page 7—BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v1 12/17/14 7.11 Term. This MOU shall be in effect until the earlier of the execution of the . Governance Agreement or December 31,2016, THE UNDERSIGNED, PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION FROM TIIE GOVERNING BODY, HEREBY EXECUTES THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON BEHALF OF HIS/HER RESPECTIVE ENTITY CITY OF WILSONVILI-,E TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT An Oregon Municipal Corporation A Domestic Water Supply District By: Its: Chief Executive Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney District Counsel CI'T'Y OF TUALATIN CITY OF SHERWOOD An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By; By: — Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS T() FORM City.Attorney City Attorney CITY OF BEAVERTON CITY OF NILLSBORO An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation 13y: Its: frtety P. Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF TIGARI) An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney Page 7— BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1 X473.v I 12/17/14 7.11 Term. This MOU shall be in effect until the earlier of the execution of the Governance Agreement or December 31, 2016. THE UNDERSIGNED,PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY,HEREBY EXECUTES THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON BEHALF OF HIS/HER RESPECTIVE ENTITY CITY OF WILSONVILLE TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT An Oregon Municipal Corporation A omestic Water Supply District By: Its: Chief Executive Officer • APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM /11•4 City Attorney District Counsel CITY OF TUALATIN CITY OF SHERWOOD An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF BEAVERTON CITY OF HILLSBORO An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPOVED ^ S TO FORM APT 4& I IF- .] City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF TIGARD An Oregon Municipal Corporation Ny4144AAfee Its: G r MA-0A4EP_ APPROVE AS TO FORM ZI)1" City Attorney Page 7—BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v1 7.11 Term. This MOU shall be in effect until the earlier of the execution of the Governance Agreement or December 31, 2016. THE UNDERSIGNED, PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY, HEREBY EXECUTES THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON BEHALF OF HIS/HER RESPECTIVE ENTITY CITY OF WILSONVILLE TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT An Oregon Municipal Corporation A Domestic Water Supply District By: Its: Chief Executive Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney District Counsel CITY OF TUALATIN CITY OF SHERWOOD An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Orego Vlun%al Co oration BY . By: - Its: Its: ,f C; �{ APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF BEAVERTON CITY OF HILLSBORO An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By:__ Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF TIGARD An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: -Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney Page 7—BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.00 I\4828-8518-1473.v1 12/17/14 7.11 Term. This MOU shall be in effect until the earlier of the execution of the Governance Agreement or December 31, 2016. THE UNDERSIGNED, PURSUANT TO AUTHORIZATION FROM THE GOVERNING BODY, HEREBY EXECUTES THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON BEHALF OF HIS/HER RESPECTIVE ENTITY CITY OF WILSONVILLE TUALATIN VALLEY WATER DISTRICT An Oregon Municipal Corporation A Domestic Water Supply District By: Its: Chief Executive Officer APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney District Counsel CITY OF TUALATIN CITY OF SHERWOOD An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF BEAVERTON CITY OF HILLSBORO An Oregon Municipal Corporation An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: By: i - - Its: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney City Attorney CITY OF TIGARD An Oregon Municipal Corporation By: Its: APPROVED AS TO FORM City Attorney Page 7-BRIDGE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 25104.001\4828-8518-1473.v1 Willamette Governance Group Proposed Topics Timeline 12.10.14 0 Sale and Dissolution Z Allocation/Rates WGG MOU System Use Dispute Resolution N p WGG Workplan System Expansion Voting co Topics Outline System Capacity Governance Improvement Interests in System Structure(umbrella v.knit together;a Assets Sale of Water to new entity or use Begin System Outside Parties existing) Ownership v. Leasing of Capacity System Capacity .\/ 1 2014 04 1 2015 01 1 2015 02 1 2015 03/04 1 2016 Q1/02 1 2016 03/04 1 Continue System Joining and Leaving Develop and Ownership v.System Powers of Refine IGA Capacity Use Managing Agency Final Draft What do we mean by of the New Entity WGG Ownership? Program Agreement • Water Rights Management Council Board rrl Vision for Voting and Scope and Structure Approvals x Governance Structure Operations 2026 WWSP Online Planning Schedule Exhibit 2 DRAFT 2014 2015 2016 11/12/2014 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 ' Ql Q2 Q3 Q4 -. . - I - - - J I Review SCROtsiCensuhant WRWTP I Selection/Contract Ap prove d Project Draft Preliminary Master Master Plan + Master Cost ----b Plan t WRWTPMasterPlant OU Start Plan Estimate Complete Project I ;Six Partners) 1 t ?. I Interim WWSP Programs ‘ Manaeement IGA ROW Utilization �{ Interim Develop I •124u Construction 1111 Agreements —« Begin Federal/State permitting WWSP Interim Program -Program Mgmt Services Program r Management4--61 •PublicAffairs _ Program Advisor scope and -Public Outreach PM Management structure Permitting i Hire a program Firm g •TVWD-COH(Beaverton?) i managementfirm Starts •-Governance Extension(?) i WW P Draft Preliminary Predesl n Preliminary ortI eausrs. Short listed routes ► Preferred Route - Preliminary •+ Complete I Cost I DeSaen _ Estimate Design Project** i 124th mow w1 Beaverton j f 124th Proju Ct i iO l wf 1 I -Capacity/Cast Shares i- - 124th AveI I •Op[irm+liming to Buy In t Washington Co. 1 � •Partieipation in WW5P 1 Road &Pipeline •Imerit t ti / -, 124m Project Construction Phase I Construction •COsr.Shares r • Out to Bid Phase II Project -Non-binding l I 124tin Constr.IGAw/WACtV j - - -WA Cry-WW2-CON I I -Cost Shares I 5. {1 � -Construction Management I I -WA Cty-TVWD-COH I ( See WGG Topics Outline "See Detailed Project Schedule Willamette Governance Facilitation Cost Shares: Exhibit 3 Current Cost Distrlllbutton(Total Project) Amount for Phase 3 of Governance Process(December 2014 through Facilitation Fee: $209,400.00 December 2015) Portion of Connection Connections Connections Amount Equal Amount Tol al Amount Beaverton 17,700 12.9% $ 13,55087 $ 14,957.14 $ 28,508,01 Ooaveu ton Hillsboro 24,793 18 1% $ 18,901.17 $ 14,957.14 5 33.931131 IBlitlroro Sherwood 5,610 4.1% $ 4,294.94 $ 14,957.14 $ 19252.05 ShniWPotl• Tigard 18,035 13.2% $ 13,807.34 $ 14,957.14 $ 2$754.49 Tigard' _ _ Tualatin 6,668 4.9% $ 5,104.93 $ 14,957.14 5 20,062.07 Tualatin' TVWD 58,083 43.191 $ 45,080.00 $ 14,957.14 $ 60,1.737.14 TVWD` Wilsonville 5,069 37% $ 3,880.76 $ 14,957.14 $ 18,837.95 WiISonvl3e Total Connections 136,750 $104,700.00 $104,700.00 $209,400.00 • $128,115.77 Amount to he Paid by WBWC Estimate of Additional FY 2014-2015 Amount Using Cost Dlstritibulion Amount for Phase 3 of Governance Process(December 2014 through Facilitation Fee: $ 58,650.00 December 2016) Portion of Connection Connections Connections Amount Equal Amount Total Amount Beaverton 17,700 12.9% $ 3,795.41 $ 4,189.29 5 7,98-1.69 Beaverton Hillsboro 24,793 18.1% 5 5,316.36 $ 4,109.29 $ 9,505.65 195sberO Sherwood 5,610 4.2% $ 1,202.95 $ 4,189.29 S 5,392.24 $ttervraod• Tigard 18,035 13.2% $ 3,867.24 $ 4,189.29 S 9,056.53 _ Tlgald' Tualatin 6,668 4.9% $ 1,429.02 $ 4,189.29 $ 5,619.10 Tualatin* TVWD 58,803 43.1% $ 12,626.27 $ 4,189.29 5 16.815.56 TW/D• Wilsonville 5,069 3,7% $ 1,086.95 $ 4,189.29 $ 5,276,23 Manville Total Connections 136,758 $ 29,325.00 $ 29,325.00 $ 58,650.00 • $ 35,803.43 Amount to be Pald by WBWC Estimate of FY 2015.2016 Amount Using Cost Distritibutlon Amount for Phase 3 of Governance Process(December 2014 through Facilitation Fee: $100,500.00 December 2016) Portion of Connection Connections COnnutliOns Amount EgnalAmnunl Total Amount Beaverton 17,700 12.9%. $ 6,503.64 $ 7379.57 5 10,692.21 imam ton Hillsboro 24,793 18.1% $ 9,109 87 $ 7,178.57 $ 16,285.45 III95bar0 Sherwood 5,610 4.1% $ 2,061.32 5 7,178.57 9 9,299.90 Sherwood• Tigard 18,035 13.2% $ 6,626.73 $ 7,178.57 $ 13,605.30 Tigard• Tualatin 6,668 4.9% $ 2,450.07 $ 7,178.57 5 9,528.64 Tualatin. TVWD 58,883 43.1% $ 21,635.81 9 7,178.57 $ 28,31439 TVWU* Wilsonville 5,069 3.7% $ 1,862.54 5 7,178.57 5 9,041.11 Wilsonville Total Connections 136,758 $ 50,250.00 $ 50,250.00 5100,500.00 • $ 61,480.23 Amount to be Paid by WBWC Estimate of FY 2016-2017 Amount Using Cost Dlslddbudon ,, Amount for Phase 3 of Governance Process(December 2014 through Facilitation Fee: $ 50,250.00 December 2016) Portion of Connection Connections Connections Amount Equal Amount Total Amount Beaverton 17,700 12.9% $ 3,251.82 $ 3,589.29 5 0,843.11 0eover ton Hillsboro 24,793 18.1% $ 4,554.94 $ 3,589.29 $ _11,!44,22 Hillsboro Sherwood 5,610 4.1% $ 1,030,66 $ 3,589.29 $ 4,619.95 5lsenvoad. Tigard 18,035 13.2% $ 3,313.37 $ 3,589.29 $ 6,902.69 _ lune _ Tualatin 6,668 4.9% $ 1,225.04 $ 3,589.29 $ 4,314.32 Tualatin• TVWD 58,883 43.196 $ 10,817.91 $ 3,589.29 5 14,407,19 TV5n/11• Wilsonville 5,069 3.7% $ 931.27 $ 3,589.29 $ 4,520,56 Wlisonellle Total Connections 136,750 $ 25,125.00 $ 25,125.00 $ 50,250.09 • $ 30,744.11 Amount to be Paid by WOWC