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File #: 18-7734    Name: Amended and Restated Service Agreement with AlexRenew
Type: Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/14/2018 In control: City Council Legislative Meeting
On agenda: 6/26/2018 Final action:
Title: Consideration of an Amended and Restated Service Agreement with City of Alexandria, Virginia Sanitation Authority (d/b/a Alexandria Renew Enterprises) for it to Continue to Accept, Collect, and Treat Sewage Entering the Authority's System from the City's Separate and Combined Sewage Collection Systems.
Attachments: 1. 18-7734_Amended and Restated Service Agreement
City of Alexandria, Virginia
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MEMORANDUM



DATE: JUNE 20, 2018

TO: THE HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF CITY COUNCIL

FROM: MARK B. JINKS, CITY MANAGER /s/

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Consideration of an Amended and Restated Service Agreement with City of Alexandria, Virginia Sanitation Authority (d/b/a Alexandria Renew Enterprises) for it to Continue to Accept, Collect, and Treat Sewage Entering the Authority's System from the City's Separate and Combined Sewage Collection Systems.
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ISSUE: Consideration of an Amended and Restated Service Agreement with Alexandria Renew Enterprises for it to continue to accept, collect, and treat sewage entering the Authority's System from the City's separate sanitary and combined sewage collection systems

RECOMMENDATION: That City Council:

1. Approve the proposed Amended and Restated Service Agreement (Service Agreement) with the City of Alexandria, Virginia Sanitation Authority d/b/a Alexandria Renew Enterprises (Alexandria Renew); and

2. Authorize the City Manager to enter into the proposed Service Agreement consistent with the terms and conditions of the Service Agreement.

BACKGROUND: The City and Alexandria Renew's original Service Agreement was entered into in 1954 and a Supplemental Agreement was signed in 1974. Significant development and redevelopment has occurred in the City along with changes to the City's collection system over past decades. Further, significant changes have taken place with respect to the regulatory environment governing wastewater collection and treatment, including management of Combined Sewers and Outfalls, necessitating updating of the Service Agreement.

DISCUSSION: On May 1, 2018 Combined Sewer Outfall Transfer Agreement was executed between the City and Alexandria Renew. As provided for in the Outfall Transfer Agreement, the proposed Service Agreement is one of the follow-up steps required to complete the transfer of ownership of the outfalls. The propose...

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