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File #: 2020-1266    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Action
File created: 10/13/2020 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 12/8/2020 Final action:
Title: Commission District(s): All City of Atlanta CIP Payment (2nd Quarter 2019- 2nd Quarter 2020) Cost: $52,529,032.12
Attachments: 1. COA supporting documents 2nd 2019 - 2nd 2020

Public Hearing: YES ? NO ? Department: Watershed Management

SUBJECT:
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Commission District(s): All
City of Atlanta CIP Payment (2nd Quarter 2019- 2nd Quarter 2020) Cost: $52,529,032.12
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Information Contact: Reginald Wells
Phone Number: 770-621-7208

PURPOSE:
To authorize payment to the City of Atlanta for capital improvement costs through June 30, 2020.

NEED/IMPACT:
In July 1968, DeKalb County and the City of Atlanta executed the referenced Intergovernmental Agreement ("IGA") governing the treatment of sewage from Northern DeKalb County at the R.M. Clayton Treatment Plant ("Plant") owned by the City of Atlanta. The Original 1968 IGA, as well as each of the three amendments (January 1977, August 1987 and 1999), requires DeKalb County to pay service or use fees as well as a percentage of Capital Improvement costs relative to operation of the Plant. The term of the original IGA was 50 years, but the term has been extended through June 30, 2029 through the Third Amendment. The $1.34 billion Capital Improvement Program approved by the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners on December 14, 2010 included approximately $96 million of capital improvement costs for the R.M. Clayton plant. Currently the City has invoiced and requested progress payment of $52,529,032.12 for work done from the second quarter of 2019 through second quarter of 2020 (April 2019 - June 2020; see attached). County staff has reviewed invoices to verify the costs associated with the projects as well as the method by which DeKalb's portion of the expenses are calculated. DWM is satisfied that the costs allocated to DeKalb are in line with the terms of the agreement. It should be noted that work on many of these projects are still in progress and therefore future invoices will be submitted for payment on a quarterly basis.

FISCAL IMPACT:
To be in compliance with the IGA agreement, to make payments timely in orde...

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