Section 106-775; Ord. 18827; Amending Chapter 27 of the City Code to establish rates to be charged for water temporarily supplied by an adjoining water district


Ordinance No.            18827                      Council Bill No.            B 472-05           


AN ORDINANCE

amending Chapter 27 of the City Code to establish rates to be charged for water temporarily supplied by an adjoining water district; and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS FOLLOWS:

    SECTION 1.  Chapter 27 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Columbia, Missouri, is hereby amended as follows:

    Material to be added underlined.

Sec. 27-122.3.  Water temporarily supplied by adjoining water district.

     (a)    Application:  This rate shall apply to water supplied by an adjoining water district, when development occurs in the City of Columbia water service territory, until City water mains have reached the development.  Water meters shall be installed and read by City employees.

     (b)    The rates to be charged for water furnished to residential or commercial customers are hereby fixed as follows:

     (1)    Rates per one hundred (100) cubic feet (1ccf):

All water, beginning with first one hundred (100) cubic feet (1ccf):  One hundred ten (110) percent of the applicable rate charged by the water district supplying the water.

     (2)    Minimum charge per month, charged in addition to the volume charge in subsection (a)(1), based on meter size:

         5/8-inch and 3/4 inch    $ 5.40

         1-inch    5.80

         1 1/2-inch    8.35

         2-inch        8.97

         3-inch        21.96

         4-inch        33.93

         6-inch        67.86

     (c)    Exception: This rate will not apply to existing City customers when a leak, or other disruption of supply, requires that the City temporarily take supply from an adjoining water district.

    SECTION 2.    This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.

    PASSED this 19th day of December, 2005.