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District News

 

2-16-17 - Board Member Positions #2 and #3 Open

 

The South Suburban Sanitary District Board of Directors positions #2 & #3 will expire on June 30th, 2017. The positions are four year terms from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2021. Interested persons will need to submit a SEL 190 Filing form and $10 ( or SEL Form 121 requiring signitures) to the County Clerk before March 16th, 2017 for the May election. Please contact the District at 541-882-5744 if you have any questions.

 

            pdfSEL 190 form     pdfSEL 121 form      pdfCandidates Guide

 

 

12-16 - SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CHARGE METHODOLOGY UPDATE

 

The South Suburban Sanitary District is updating the methodology of how system development charges (SDC's) are calculated. Click Here to review the methodology:

 

pdfSSSD_Final_Report_compiled.pdf

 

Public hearings shall begin on January 17th, 2017 to approve Ordinance #54 which adopts SDC methodology and the value of an equivelant residential unit (ERU). The Draft Ordinance #54 can be found here: pdfDRAFT_ORDINANCE_NO_54.pdf

 

Official notice: pdfSDC Methodology notice

 

2-2-15   One-time sign up for Senior Discounts approved by the Board!

Seniors 65+ will no longer need to sign up for the discount on an annual basis, see the utility billing page for more details. Click Here --> Utility Billing

 

2-2015 Board Passes District Ordinance No. 52 - Sewer Infrastructure Reimbursement

The Board has passed an ordinance that will assist the private parties in the reimbursement process when sewer infrastructure is used by other private parties for the public good. Click Here ---> pdfOrdinance No. 52

 

1-2015 Welcome interim District Board Member Charles R. Dehlinger!

Mr. Dehlinger has been appointed by the Board to serve until June 30th, 2015 and if he wins the Spring election, he will serve until June 30th, 2017. Mr. Dehlinger is no stranger to the South Suburban Sanitary District, he had previously served from 1975-1979!

 

12-2014 Welcome Jason Wilson as new Wastewater Treatment Operator 1 !!

Mr. Wilson is the District's newest employee, and the employees look forward to working with Jason, as he will help us to add value to District oeprations!

 

9-2014  Don Monroe Promoted to Lead Collections Operator!!

Don Monroe has served the District since 2005, and has recently been promoted to Lead Collections Operator. Congratulations Don!!

 

6-2014  FY 2014-2015 Budget Adopted

The District Budget Committe and the Board of Directors have approved and adopted the FY 2014/15 Annual Budget.

CLICK HERE --> pdf2014-2015 Budget

 

6-2014  South Suburban Sanitary District Trims Utility Costs!!

Utility efficiency projects, repairs, and employee conservation efforts are allowing the District to conservatively lower District utillity costs by 33.4% less than the average last nine fiscal years (an average $40,700 per year savings). pdfProposed Budget Utilties 2014/15.pdf

 

These savings are impressive given the numerous past (and current) electric, gas, and water rate hikes over the last nine years. This is one example of how District employees are working hard on your behalf to reduce expeditures on consumables to free up capital to be spent on infrastructure that adds value to the Distrtict and helps to keep your future costs lower.

Utility reduction charts:

pdfElectrical_Use_Trend.pdf    pdfGas_Use Trend.pdf   pdfWater Use Trend.pdf

pdfOffice_Electrical Use Trend.pdf   pdfAeration Electrical Use Trend

 

6-21-2013  FY 2013-2014 Budget Adopted

The District Budget Committe and the Board of Directors have approved and adopted the FY 2013/14 Annual Budget.

 

CLICK HERE --> pdf2013-2014 Budget

 

 4-25-2013 Fee Ordinance #51 and Disconnection/Reconnection Ordinance #47 Adopted

The Board has adopted an Ordinance to allow a 5% increase in sewer fees in order to meet future TMDL treatment requirements and minimize the future cost of borrowing capital. The Board has also adopted an Ordinance that will allow ratepayers to reduce their costs if they will not be using properties for a signifiant amount of time.

Click Here -->pdfORDINANCE_NO_51.pdf

Click Here -->pdfORDINANCE_NO__47.pdf

 

2-13-2013 New Draft Ordinances for Public Review:

pdfDRAFT_ORDINANCE_NO.47 Disconnection-Reconnection.pdf

pdfDraft_ORDINANCE_NO. 51 Fee .pdf

 

 

10-16-2012  System Development Charges Ordinance #50 Adopted

The Board has approved new Ordinance to provide additonal clarity in determining System Development Charges for new connections and changes of use. This Ordinance #50 will take affect on November 16, 2012.

CLICK HERE--> pdfOrdinance #50

 

6-19-2012  Fee Ordinance #49 Adopted

The Board has approved a 5% sewer fee increase to meet increased costs of collection, treatment, and disposal. The fee increase will also go toward funding future treatment facility upgrades required by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) due to the approval of the Upper Klamath Lake TMDL. 

CLICK HERE-->  pdfOrdinance #49

 

6-19-2012  FY 2012-2013 Budget Adopted

The District Budget Committe and the Board of Directors have approved and adopted the 2012 - 2013 Annual Budget. The disctrict has trimmed total spending categories by 7% in the new budget.

CLICK HERE --> pdfFY 2012 - 2013 Annual Budget

 

5-30-2012  Upper KlamathTMDL Finalized

The TMDL (total maximum daily load) for the Upper Klamath and Lost River Subbasins developed by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) have been approved by EPA.  The TMDL was submitted to the EPA by ODEQ on December 21, 2010. While the TMDL has been approved, ODEQ is still in the reconsideration process and any revisions supported by ODEQ will be submitted to the EPA for approval. CLICK HERE ---> pdfTMDL Approval Letter from EPA

 

6-7-2011   SSSD Hires Michael Fritschi as new General Manager

Mike suit-2The District has hired Michael Fritschi as the new General manager. Michael has worked as a wastewater treatment operator and later as a licensed Civil Engineer. Michael comes from a private consulting firm and has over 17 years experience in the wastewater treatment and engineering field. Michael looks forward to offering his sanitary expertise to manage the District.

Welcome Aboard Michael!  

 

 

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