Attachment A For Local Governments Requesting a 2014 Capital Appropriation I.

Project Basics

1) Name of the local government or political subdivision that is submitting the request: Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board 2) Project title: Minnesota Phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System 3) Project priority number (if the applicant is submitting multiple requests): NA 4) Project location (please list town(s)/city(ies) and county(ies): Rock and Nobles counties. Benefits Rock County Rural Water District (RCRWD), Luverne, Lincoln Pipestone RWS (LPRWS) and Worthington. 5) Ownership and Operation:

• • •

Who will own the facility: Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board Who will operate the facility: Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board Names of any private entities that will occupy/use any portion of the building: NA

6) Project contact person (name, phone number and email address): Troy Larson, 605-368-2400, tlarson@lcrws.org and Lennis “Red” Arndt, 507-920-9771, arndt48red@iw.net

II.

Project Description

7) Description and Rationale: Provide a brief project description and rationale (one page maximum).

This request is for $69,180,00 in state bond funding in 2014 to construct the MN phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System (L&C). The project starts at the MN/IA border south of Luverne and heads north to Luverne. It then heads east to Worthington (see attachment #1). This will provide critically needed drinking water to the four MN members of L&C – RCRWD, Luverne, LPRWS and Worthington. This includes close to 57 miles of pipeline that ranges in diameter from 6 inches to 30 inches, five meter/re-pumping stations, pumps and two above ground storage reservoirs. It also includes engineering and legal services, as well as easement acquisition from Luverne to Worthington (easements are already acquired from the Iowa border to Luverne). Unlike most of the State, southwest MN suffers from a lack of available water even under normal moisture conditions. Prior to gaining State approval for participation in L&C, MN DNR and local entities spent a considerable amount of time and money to conduct a series of well drillings using a grid pattern in an effort to locate water. Those drilling efforts were unsuccessful. Although exacerbated by the drought, it is important to stress the critical shortage of water is definitely a long-term problem for the area. L&C is the most reliable, dependable, viable and economically feasible source of water for the four MN members. When completed L&C will be a wholesale provider of water to its 20 member cities and rural water systems in southwest MN, northwest IA and southeast SD (see attachment #2). The project was
400 Centennial Building • 658 Cedar Street • St. Paul, Minnesota 55155 Voice: (651) 201-8000 • Fax: (651) 296-8685 • TTY: 1-800-627-3529 An Equal Opportunity Employer
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incorporated in 1990 and authorized by Congress in 2000. Generally speaking, 80% of the funding is provided by the federal government, 10% from the three states and 10% from the 20 local members. The three states and 20 members have pre-paid 100% of their non-federal cost share – almost $154 million. Of this amount, the State of MN paid $5,449,000 and the four MN members paid a combined $9,198,000. By comparison as of 9/30/13 the federal government has contributed $212 million, which is roughly 50% of its cost share. Using a series of wells adjacent to the Missouri River and a water treatment plant near Vermillion, SD, L&C began delivering critically needed water to 11 of the 20 members in July 2012. The pre-payment funds from the three states and 20 members have all been used, so the schedule to connect the remaining nine members, including the four in MN, is entirely dependent upon future federal funding levels. Unfortunately, the last four years funding has been woefully inadequate, not even covering the annual inflationary increase on the remaining federal cost share. To complete the entire system in all three states, the remaining federal cost share as of 9/30/10 was $194.3 million, but that number increased to $201.3 million as of 9/30/12. This $7 million increase in two years shows how federal funding is not even keeping up with inflation, despite strong bi-partisan support from the tri-state congressional delegation. L&C is one of six Bureau of Reclamation (BoR) rural water projects. The President only proposed $22 million in BoR’s Rural Water Program for FY14, which is a decrease of $29 million from FY13. By contrast, the remaining federal cost share for the six BoR rural water projects is a combined $1.2 billion. The project is currently on the path to infinity. As things stand, there are no prospects for L&C to ever be completed, leaving the MN members high and dry. The drought last summer highlighted how critically important it is for the MN members to access more water. Not having access to water has forced ethanol plants and dairies to be turned away. The JBS pork processing facility in Worthington has wanted to expand their operation for over ten years but cannot because the City simply does not have enough water. Even with the rains this spring, Worthington is still under a watering ban. The delay has also forced the members to incur or soon incur $17.5 million in unplanned infrastructure expenses, which has hit the Minnesota members particularly hard (see attachment #3). Governor Dayton held a conference call with Senators Klobuchar and Franken and Rep. Walz on April 1, 2013 to discuss how to keep construction on L&C moving forward. During the call the Governor suggested the possibility of additional State funding in order to help connect the MN members. No amounts were discussed on that call. Follow-up discussions between the Governor and officials from Luverne and Worthington confirmed his support for providing additional State funding in order to connect the MN members. Even though the State has already pre-paid its share of the project, this request for additional funding is the direct result of the federal government not honoring its commitment to the project and the Governor’s support for additional State funding. Based on follow-up discussions with State officials, they suggested we submit a “starting point request” for the full amount needed to connect the MN members. We modified that to only include the amount we can obligate in the first two years. The attached information outlines how the connections could be phased depending on the amount of funding the Governor wants to include in his bonding request and how much the Legislature ultimately approves.

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The “Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board” is a MN based public entity comprised of RCRWD, Luverne, LPRWS and Worthington. It is this entity that would own any infrastructure constructed with State bond funds. All construction using bond funds would be for infrastructure within the State boundaries.
8) Square Footage: For new construction projects, identify the new square footage planned. For remodeling, renovation or expansion projects, identify the total square footage of current facilities, the square footage to be renovated, and/or the new square footage to be added. NA

III.

Project Financing

The following table describing the total amount of financial resources needed and the proposed uses of funds must be submitted for each project.
• • • Enter amounts in thousands ($100,000 should be entered as $100). Enter the amount of state funding requested on the line “State GO Bonds Requested”. Uses of Funds must show how all funding sources will be used, not just the state funding requested.

Sources of Funds total must equal Uses of Funds total. In most cases, the state share should not exceed 50% of the total project cost.
9) Do the project cost estimates below include inflation (see question 10 below)? ___ Yes _X_ No Sources of Funds Dollars in Thousands State GO Bonds Requested Funds Already Committed Prior Years For 2014 For 2016 For 2018 Total

$69,180

1,384

$70,564

State Funds City Funds County Funds Other Local Government Funds Federal Funds Non-Governmental Funds
Pending Contributions

City Funds County Funds Other Local Government Funds Federal Funds Non-Governmental Funds l
TOTAL*

$3,283**

$73,847

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Uses of Funds Dollars in Thousands

Prior Years

For 2014

For 2016

For 2018

Total

Land Acquisition Predesign (required for projects over $1.5 M)
Design (including construction administration) Project Management Construction Furniture/Fixtures/Equipment Relocation (not bond-eligible)

$702 $317
$739 $1,525

$2,064
$4,404 $1,206 $61,506

$2,766 $317
$376 $1,008 $5,143 $1,582 $64,039

TOTAL* *Totals must be the same.

$3,283

$69,180

$1,384

$73,847

**This represents the amount of money already spent for engineering and easement acquisition on Phase 1, which runs just over 21 miles from the IA border to Luverne. It also includes the 427’ of pipe we already have installed in MN, as well as a change order that has been approved for another two miles of pipe in Minnesota that is expected to be constructed by the end of 2013. However, we have no way of tracking the sources for the Funds Already Committed in prior years column. All funds we receive are put into the same account and spent for expenses. When we pay an invoice we don’t take a certain amount from each funding source. Much like pouring three buckets of water into a tub and then drawing out a cup of water – you cannot tell from which buckets the cup of water came. The closest you could get to an estimate is using the formula in the first footnote of 80% federal, 10% states and 10% local members. However, you’d have to adjust for the fact the states and local members have prepaid 100% of their cost share whereas the federal government has only paid about 51%. Based on the advice of MN Management & Budget officials, we are just including the total amount spent to date on easements and engineering fees for work in Minnesota as any attempt to break down those sources would be based purely on a guess.

IV.

Other Project Information

10) Project schedule. Identify the date (month/year) when construction crews are expected to first arrive on site, and the date (month/year) when construction will be completed with a certificate of occupancy. • • Anticipated Start Date: October 2014 Anticipated Occupancy date: Estimated dates when the MN members would begin receiving water: o o o o Luverne – December 2015 Rock County RWD (second connection) – November 2016 Lincoln Pipestone RWS – November 2016 Worthington – October 2017

(For facilities projects, this information will also be used to calculate an inflation cost, using the Building Projects Inflation Schedule posted on the Minnesota Management and Budget website.
11) Predesign. For projects with a total construction cost of $1.5 million or more:

Has a project predesign been completed? _X_ Yes ___ No

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If so, has the predesign been submitted to the Commissioner of Administration? ___Yes _X_ No
12) State operating subsidies. Identify any new or additional state operating dollars that will be requested for this project. (Specify the amount and year, if applicable). NA 13) Sustainable building guidelines. Discuss how the project meets or exceeds the Minnesota Sustainable Building Guidelines established under Minnesota Statutes, section 16B.325, which may be found at http://www.msbg.umn.edu/. These are now mandatory for all new buildings or major renovations receiving state bond funding. NA. No buildings are being constructed other than five small meter/re-pumping stations. 14) Sustainable building designs. Explain the extent to which the project will use sustainable building designs, if applicable. NA 15) Resolution of support and priority designation. Has the governing body of the applicant passed a resolution of support (which indicates the project’s priority number if the applicant is submitting multiple requests)? _X_ Yes ___ No

If so, please attach the signed resolution. If not, please indicate when the resolution will be coming (and forward the resolution to MMB when available): Five resolutions are attached – one from the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board and the others from Luverne, Worthington, Lincoln Pipestone RWS and Rock County RWD. In regard to the Lincoln Pipestone RWS, attachment #8 shows how the impacts of L&C will be felt in a far bigger area than just Rock and Nobles counties due to Lincoln Pipestone RWS’s large service territory.

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RESOLUTION LEWIS & CLARK JOINT POWERS BOARD LEWIS & CLARK REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM

WHEREAS, the Minnesota local government units that are participating in the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System include the City of Luverne, the City of Worthington Public Utilities, Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water System and Rock County Rural Water District; and WHEREAS, these four Minnesota local government units established the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board pursuant to Minn. Stat.
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§ 471.59 to coordinate efforts relating to

development of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in Minnesota; and WHEREAS, the Joint Powers Board has submitted a request to Minnesota Management and Budget and will be seeking support from the Minnesota Legislature for an appropriation of state general obligation bond proceeds to construct a water pipeline and associated pumping and reservoir facilities. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT: RESOLVED, that the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board formally supports a 2014 request for state general obligation bond proceeds, authorizes the transmission of all necessary and relevant infonnation to Minnesota Management and Budget and requests that area legislators introduce legislation requesting stale funding for the Lewis & Clark Regional Wate1 Syslem project.

Certified as approved by unanimous vote of the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board by:

Dated:

C( j O -I_?, 2013.
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RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF WORTHINGTON PUBLIC UTILITIES

WHEREAS, the City of Worthington Public Utilities has been a long-term participant in the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System project and is one of the local government unit members of the Minnesota Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark water inadequate federal funding; and WHEREAS, the City of Worthington Public Utilities supports efforts to spur development

project

has faced considerable delays due to

of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in Minnesota; and
WHEREAS, local resources alone cannot support a significant extension of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System into Minnesota; and WHEREAS, additional funding from the State of Minnesota can contribute to the timely development of water system components which will extend service into the state; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board has submitted
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formal request to
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Minnesota Management and Budget and intends to seek the support of area legislators fol' legislative request. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT:

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RESOLVED that the City of Worthington Public Utilities formally supports and endorses the effort of the Joint Powers Board to secure state funding to facilitate construction of Lewis &

Clark Regional Water System components within the State of Minnesota.

CITY OF WORTHINGTON PUBLIC UTILITIES

Secretary Dated:

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RESOLUTION 50-13 A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING AND ENDORSING THE EFFORT OF THE JOINT POWERS BOARD TO SECURE STATE FUNDING TO FACILITATE CONSTRUCTION OF LEWIS & CLARK REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM COMPONENTS WITHIN THE STATE OF MINNESOTA WHEREAS, the City of Luverne has been a long-term participant in the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System project and is one of our local government unit members of the Minnesota Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark water project has faced considerable delays due to inadequate federal funding; and WHEREAS, the City of Luverne supports efforts to spur development of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in Minnesota; and WHEREAS, local resources alone cannot support a significant extension of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System into Minnesota; and WHEREAS, additional funding from the State of Minnesota can contribute to the timely development of water system components which will extend service into the state; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board has submitted a formal request to Minnesota Management and Budget and intends to seek the support of area legislators for a specific legislative request.

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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City of Luverne formally supports and endorses the effort of the Joint Powers Board to secure state funding to facilitate constr uction of Lewis & Clark Regional Water System components within the State of Minnesota.

ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LUVERNE, MINNESOTA this 8th day of October, 2013.

Patrick T. Baustian, Mayor

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RESOLUTION OF THE LINCOLN PIPESTONE RURAL WATER SYSTEM

WHEREAS, the Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water System has been a long-term participant in the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System project and is one of our local government unit members of the Minnesota Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark water project has faced considerable delays due to inadequate federal funding; and WHEREAS, the Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water System supports efforts to spur

development of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in Minnesota; and WHEREAS, local resources alone cannot support a significant extension of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System into Minnesota; and WHEREAS, additional funding from the State of Minnesota can contribute to the timely development of water system components which will extend service into the state; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board has submitted a formal request to Minnesota Management and Budget and intends to seek the support of area legislators for a specific legislative request. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT: RESOLVED, that the Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water System formally supports and endorses the effort of the Joint Powers Board to secure state funding to facilitate construction of Lewis & Clark Regional Water System components within the State of Minnesota.

LINCOLN PIPESTONE RURAL R SYSTEM

Dated:

. 2013.

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RESOLUTION OF THE ROCK COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT

WHEREAS, the Rock County Rural Water District has been a long-term participant in the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System project and is one of our local government unit members of the Minnesota Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark water project has faced considerable delays due to inadequate federal funding; and WHEREAS, the Rock County Rural Water District supports efforts to spur development of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in Minnesota; and WHEREAS, local resources alone cannot support a significant extension of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System into Minnesota; and WHEREAS, additional funding from the State of Minnesota can contribute to the timely development of water system components which will extend service into the state; and WHEREAS, the Lewis & Clark Joint Powers Board has submitted a formal request to Minnesota Management and Budget and intends to seek the support of area legislators for a specific legislative request. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT: RESOLVED, that the Rock County Rural Water District formally supports and endorses the effort of the Joint Powers Board to secure state funding to facilitate construction of Lewis & Clark Regional Water System components within the State of Minnesota.

ROCK COUNTY RURAL WATER DISTRICT

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Attachment #1 – Minnesota Phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System
Luverne

*$20.2 Million 2014

Phase 1

Rock County RW Lincoln-Pipestone RW

*$19.5 Million 2016

Phase 3

Worthi Worthi ng nt gon ton

*$30.9 Million 2015
Rock County RW

Phase 2

Minnesota Iowa
Existing L&C Pipeline Phase 1 Pipeline Route (Includes Phase 2 Easement Acquisition) Phase 2 Pipeline Route (Includes Phase 3 Easement Acquisition) Phase 3 Pipeline Route Future Sibley, IA Service Line (not included) Meter Building (some Include booster pumping) Storage Reservoir Main Line Booster Pump Station Sibley, IA

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*Estimated cost for the various phases includes indexing for inflation to the midpoint of the construction period.

Madison

Attachment #2 - Lewis & Clark Regional Water System Construction Progress as of October 2013

MCW C (3)

South Dakota
85th Street Tower

Minnesota
Luverne RCRW (2)
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MCWC (1) Sioux Falls

MCW C (2) RCRW (1)
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Worthington

Rock County Reservoir
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Tea Reservoirs & Pump Station
Parker Lennox

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Harrisburg LCRWS &Sioux Falls SLRWS Rock Rapids (1)

Rock Rapids (2) Sibley

Iowa
Hull Sheldon Member Receiving L&C Water in 2012 or 2013

Centerville

Construction Complete – 1.1 miles
Sioux Center

Water Treatment Plant Phase 2

Beresford

Operational – 134.7 miles Under Construction – 0.0 miles

Mulberry Point Well Field (12 Wells)

Planned to Bid – 37.6 miles
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Meter Building

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Attachment #3

MEMO
TO: FROM: DATE: RE: Governor Dayton and Minnesota Legislature Troy Larson, Executive Director October 16, 2013 Additional Infrastructure Costs Due to Project Delays

Due to the delay in receiving federal funding to complete the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System (L&C), the local members have been forced to spend millions of dollars and soon will spend millions more on unplanned infrastructure expenses. These expenditures, on top of what they already spent as their share of L&C, will address their short-term water needs but do not eliminate the need for L&C water. They would not have been needed if these members had access to L&C water. As noted below, the four Minnesota members have incurred the majority of these unplanned expenses. This list of unplanned and unneeded expenses will continue to grow among the nine members (five in Iowa, four in Minnesota and one in South Dakota) who are not receiving water. ACTUAL & ESTIMATED EXPENSES TO DATE: Minnesota: $6,000,000 Lincoln-Pipestone RWS. Infrastructure to secure an interim water supply. $1,750,000 Rock County RWD. System maintenance and upgrades, including two more wells. $2,350,000 Luverne. Water reclaim system, new well and additional infrastructure to secure short-term water for the first isobuteral ethanol plant in the region. Includes an estimated $1.7M for construction in 2014 for the ethanol plant. $160,000 Worthington. Infrastructure for a connection to Lincoln Pipestone RWS. Iowa: $2,450,000 Sioux Center. Includes $400,000 already spent for a new deep well in order to provide more water to Hull in the short-term, as well as exploratory drilling for additional wells. The remaining $2.05M is the estimated cost for two more wells, water plant expansion and new filters. This construction will take place over a two to five year period, starting in 2014. $4,300,000 Hull. Connection with neighboring rural water system. Construction in 2014. $520,000 Sheldon. Dig another deep well (poor water quality). Construction in 2014. $8,960,000 $8,570,000 ----------------$17,530,000 Total cost of the delay to date Amount already spent Amount to be spent soon

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ATTACHMENT #4

Lewis and Clark Regional Water System
Local and State Match
Total Match as of 9/30/12 2,252,225.28 420,343.28 1,528,944.24 735,111.98 921,248.21 3,693,688.08 2,839,133.33 1,945,955.60 1,961,932.28 4,432,386.83 681,604.63 584,791.78 1,022,267.00 2,559,634.10 1,277,299.55 1,177,520.98 74,027,860.30 606,499.92 2,888,860.92 3,828,517.70 109,385,825.99 31,875,000.00 7,015,417.00 5,448,515.00 44,338,932.00 153,724,757.99 Capacity Fees For FY2013 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 106,330.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 106,330.00 106,330.00

DOI USBR - R01AC60001 DUNS - 87-954-3031 EIN - 36-3755632

Region Beresford Centerville Harrisburg Hull Lennox Lincoln Co RW Lincoln-Pipestone RW Luverne Madison Minnehaha CWC Parker Rock Co RW Rock Rapids Sheldon Sibley Sioux Center Sioux Falls South Lincoln RWS Tea Worthington Total Local State of SD State of IA State of MN Total State Total Local/State

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Total Capacity Fees as of 9/30/13 $ 2,252,225.28 $ 420,343.28 $ 1,528,944.24 $ 735,111.98 $ 921,248.21 $ 3,693,688.08 $ 2,839,133.33 $ 1,945,955.60 $ 1,961,932.28 $ 4,432,386.83 $ 787,934.63 $ 584,791.78 $ 1,022,267.00 $ 2,559,634.10 $ 1,277,299.55 $ 1,177,520.98 $ 74,027,860.30 $ 606,499.92 $ 2,888,860.92 $ 3,828,517.70 $ $ $ $ $ $ 109,492,155.99 31,875,000.00 7,015,417.00 5,448,515.00 44,338,932.00 153,831,087.99

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ATTACHMENT #5 Bureau of Reclamation - Federal Funding
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blank cell Amount Approved 1,600,000 2,000,000 7,000,000 17,000,000 18,750,000 17,500,000 21,000,000 26,568,000 27,000,000 10,000,000 1,996,000 5,487,000 4,500,000 blank cell 160,401,000 ell ell ell ell ell ell ell ** ell ell ell ell ell ell ell ell ell blank cell blank cell ARRA Reprogrammed Funds Funds blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell 56,500,000 3,000,000 $ 1,500,000 - $ 306,000 - $ - $ blank cell blank cell 59,500,000 $ 1,806,000 blank cell Actual Amount Received $ 1,400,000 $ 1,681,000 $ 5,672,000 $ 15,083,000 $ 11,947,000 $ 17,090,000 $ 20,706,000 $ 26,250,000 $ 82,940,925 $ 14,198,000 $ 2,041,000 $ 5,346,000 $ 4,119,000 blank cell $ 208,473,925 blank cell Reclamation Costs $ 108,472 $ 142,178 $ 123,702 $ 184,992 $ 192,515 $ 249,763 $ 294,453 $ 277,730 $ 317,148 $ 364,018 $ 315,033 $ 244,373 blank cell blank cell $ 2,814,377 blank cell Interest Earnings 143 9,910 9,885 16,918 153,842 248,189 87,390 113,202 36,647 676,126 Actual Amount Against Federal Funding Ceiling $ 1,508,615 $ 1,833,088 $ 5,805,587 $ 15,284,910 $ 12,293,357 $ 17,587,952 $ 21,087,843 $ 26,640,932 $ 83,294,720 $ 14,562,018 $ 2,356,033 $ 5,590,373 $ 4,119,000 $ $ 211,964,428 blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell blank cell

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ATTACHMENT #5
Difference Between Amt Approved & Rec'd $ 200,000 $ 319,000 $ 1,328,000 $ 1,917,000 $ 6,803,000 $ 410,000 $ 294,000 $ 318,000 $ 559,075 $ 302,000 $ 261,000 $ 141,000 $ 381,000 #VALUE! #VALUE!

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Attachment #6 - Minnesota Phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System Current Budget Opinion of Probable Costs Remaining
Budget Opinion of Probable Cost - October 2013 Notes Project Component Construction Cost Legal, Admin Contingencies Total & BOR (5%) Construction Cost Other Costs - October 2013 Engineering Land & Easement Costs 1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,126,495 $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,126,495 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 833,892 833,892 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Total Other Costs Total Opinion of Probable Cost October 2013 Midpoint of Const Period State of MN Total Opinion of Index from Probable Cost Appendix 2, Midpoint of Exhibit 3 Construction 5 (4/2/13) 6.99% 6.99% 6.99% 5.12% 8.13% 8.13% $ 6,156,292 $ 9,173,690 $ 2,440,233 $ 1,651,300 $ 729,636 $ 52,054 $ 20,203,206 $ 7,947,149 $ 12,506,689 $ 1,211,357 $ 845,713 $ 1,396,524 $ 3,935,870 $ 2,773,131 $ 246,595 $ 30,863,028 $ 6,415,666 $ 8,946,752 $ 2,984,486 $ 1,019,576 $ 131,199 $ 19,497,678 $ 70,563,912

Phase 1 Projects Main Pipeline - 21st Street to 71st Street Main Pipeline - 70th Avenue to Luverne SL Luverne Service Line Land/Easement Acquisition for Phase 2 Meter Bldg 3B (Luverne) SCADA-Meter Bldg (Luverne) Phase 1 (Subtotal) Phase 2 Projects Main Pipeline - Luverne to RCRW-e Main Pipeline - RCRW-e to LPRWS RCRW-e Service Line LPRWS Service Line Land/Easement Acquisition for Phase 3 Rock County Reservoir Meter Bldgs (Pump, RCRW-e, LPRWS) SCADA-Meter Bldg (RCRW-e, LPRWS), Pump, Tank Phase 2 (Subtotal) Phase 3 Projects Main Pipeline - LPRWS to Sibley Turnout Main Pipeline - Sibley Turnout to Worthington Nobles County Reservoir Meter Bldg (Worthington) SCADA-Meter Bldg (Worthington), 1 Tank Phase 3 (Subtotal) Totals

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5,130,299 7,644,824 2,033,549 566,532 40,878 15,416,081 6,441,598 10,137,355 981,871 685,496 3,064,192 2,089,638 187,931 23,588,083 4,975,203 6,938,002 2,206,420 722,013 93,966 14,935,604 53,939,768

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256,515 382,241 101,677 28,327 2,044 770,804

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

5,386,814 8,027,065 2,135,227 594,858 42,922 16,186,885 6,763,678 10,644,223 1,030,965 719,771 3,217,402 2,194,120 197,328 24,767,487 5,223,963 7,284,902 2,316,741 758,114 98,664 15,682,384 56,636,756

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

128,257 191,121 50,839 182,463 16,996 1,288 570,964 96,624 152,060 14,728 10,282 178,698 91,926 62,689 5,920 612,928 74,628 104,070 66,193 21,660 2,960 269,511

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

282,166 420,465 111,845 273,695 67,984 4,292 1,160,448 354,288 557,555 54,003 37,702 297,830 306,419 250,757 19,733 1,878,286 273,636 381,590 220,642 86,642 9,866 972,376 4,011,110

410,424 611,586 162,684 1,582,653 84,980 5,580 2,857,906

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

5,797,238 8,638,651 2,297,910 1,582,653 679,838 48,501 19,044,791 7,214,590 11,353,838 1,099,696 767,756 1,310,420 3,615,747 2,507,566 222,980 28,092,593 5,572,227 7,770,562 2,603,575 866,416 111,490 16,924,271 64,061,655

May-15 May-15 May-15 Dec-14 Aug-15 Aug-15

3 3

$ 322,080 $ $ 506,868 $ $ 49,094 $ $ 34,275 $ $ $ $ 153,210 $ $ 104,482 $ $ 9,397 $ $ 1,179,404 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 248,760 346,900 110,321 36,101 4,698 746,780 $ $ $ $ $ $ $

450,912 $ 709,615 $ 68,731 $ 47,985 $ 1,310,420 $ 398,345 $ 313,446 $ 25,653 $ 3,325,106 $ 348,264 $ 485,660 $ 286,835 $ 108,302 $ 12,826 $ 1,241,887 $ 7,424,899 $

Mar-16 Mar-16 Mar-16 Mar-16 Jun-15 Dec-15 Apr-16 Apr-16

10.98% 10.98% 10.98% 10.98% 7.37% 9.67% 11.42% 11.42%

4

Feb-17 Feb-17 Jan-17 Jul-17 Jul-17

16.00% 16.00% 15.49% 18.56% 18.56%

$ 2,696,988

$ 1,453,402

$ 1,960,387

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Legend & Notes: Easement widths for future projects has been narrowed to reduce the impact of high land prices based on direction from the Construction Committee (5/24/12). Luverne's meter will be on City property. These projects would likely be in the same contract, but could be split depending on timing. The last few miles of pipeline into Worthington needs to be surveyed and mapped to account for a re-route based on new highway construction. The L&C estimate is indexed to October 2013 based on the BOR construction cost trends methodology. An adjustment (divide by 1.0075) is required to use the State of Minnesota inflation schedule which are based on July 2013 and the L&C numbers are indexed to October 2013. Contingency = 5% Insert current or desired year index number here FYI - historical information FYI - historical information Don't change this cell - it's used to index the Tea PS generators Don't change this cell - it's used to update the land cost hidden column

Index for October 2012 Index for October 2012 Index for October 2011 Index for October 2010 Index for January 2011

2.142155228 2.080364616 2.017555928 1.931240952 1.950469440

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Attachment #6 - Minnesota Phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System Current Budget Opinion of Probable Costs Remaining
Budget Opinion of Probable Cost - October 2013 Notes Project Component Construction Cost SCADA w/o pumps w/ pumps Index for October 2011 Contingencies Total Legal, Admin & BOR (5%) Construction Cost Oct-11 $ 38,500 $ $ 50,000 $ 2.017555928 1993$ 19,082 24,782 Other Costs - October 2013 Engineering Land & Easement Costs 1 Total Other Costs Total Opinion of Probable Cost October 2013 Midpoint of Const Period State of MN Total Opinion of Index from Probable Cost Appendix 2, Midpoint of Exhibit 3 Construction 5 (4/2/13)

19082.495 24782.46

Component Pipeline (Agency Review level) Pipeline (Prelimary P&P's done) Pipeline (MN-4) - need some surveys Pipeline (Madsion) - some prelim work done Pipeline (Start new) Reservoirs SCADA Meter Bldgs Wells, WTP

Engineering % 5.5% 7% 8% 9% 10% 10% 10% 12% 12%

Plan Development & Land 0.00% 1.50% 2.50% 3.50% 4.50% 4.50% 4.50% 5.50% 5.50%

Agency Review 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50%

Bidding 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% 0.25% 0.25%

Const Phase 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 4.75% 5.75% 5.75%

Total 5.50% 7.00% 8.00% 9.00% 10.00% 10.00% 10.00% 12.00% 12.00%

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Attachment #7 - Minnesota Phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System Projected Schedule (Subject to Available Funding)
Project
o n d j f

FY 2014
m a m j j a s o n d j f

FY 2015
m a m j

Design Through Construction Period FY 2016
j a s o n d j f m a m j j a s o n d j f

FY 2017
m a m j j a s o n

FY 2018
d j f m

Phase 1 Projects Main Pipeline Luverne Service Line Land/Easement Acquisition for Phase 2 Meter/SCADA - Luverne Phase 2 Projects Main Pipeline RCRW-e Service Line LPRWS Service Line Land/Easement Acquisition for Phase 3 Rock County Reservoir Meter/SCADA - Pump, RCRW-e, LPRWS, Tank Phase 3 Projects Main Pipeline Nobles County Reservoir Meter/SCADA - Worthington

Fall 2015 Luverne

Fall 2016 RCRW - east LPRWS

Fall 2017 Worthington

Design Phase Design & Land Acquisition

Agency Review Bid Phase

Construction Phase Typical Adverse Weather

Project Close-out

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Attachment #7 - Minnesota Phases of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System Projected Schedule (Subject to Available Funding)
Project
o n d j f

FY 2014
m a m j j a s o n d j f

FY 2015
m a m j

Design Through Construction Period FY 2016
j a s o n d j f m a m j j a s o n d j f

FY 2017
m a m j j a s o n

FY 2018
d j f m

Phase 1 Projects Main Pipeline Luverne Service Line Land/Easement Acquisition for Phase 2 Meter/SCADA - Luverne Phase 2 Projects Main Pipeline RCRW-e Service Line LPRWS Service Line Land/Easement Acquisition for Phase 3 Rock County Reservoir Meter/SCADA - Pump, RCRW-e, LPRWS, Tank Phase 3 Projects Main Pipeline Nobles County Reservoir Meter/SCADA - Worthington

Fall 2015 Luverne

Fall 2016 RCRW - east LPRWS

Fall 2017 Worthington

Design Phase Design & Land Acquisition

Agency Review Bid Phase

Construction Phase Typical Adverse Weather

Project Close-out

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