Kan. Admin. Regs. § 98-7-6 - Calculation of charges by water supply access district
The charges to be paid by the lower smoky hill water supply access district shall be determined by the director pursuant to K.S.A. 2012 Supp. 82a-2310 and amendments thereto, which shall include the following:
(a) The amount necessary to cover the amortized capital costs to the state for acquisitions of access storage capacity from the federal government necessary to meet the requirements of the operations agreement. The amortized capital costs to the state shall be determined for Kanopolis reservoir as follows:
(1) One lump sum, up-front payment for principal and interest paid, or due to be paid, including any interest that has accumulated through the date of commencement of operations of storage space under the operations agreement;
(2) annual principal and interest payments on revenue bonds issued by the state pursuant to K.S.A. 2012 Supp. 82a-2314 and amendments thereto;
(3) annual principal and interest payments on revenue bonds issued under authority of the Kansas development finance authority; or
(4) equal annual installments for a period not to exceed 20 years for any equity that the state may already have in conservation water supply storage capacity with interest based on a five-year average of the published one-year investment rate for public funds of the pooled money investment board of the state of Kansas, pursuant to K.S.A. 12-1675a and amendments thereto, to be adjusted by the office on January 15 of each calendar year of the installment agreement;
(b) the amount necessary to cover 100 percent of the annual cost to the state for the actual operation, maintenance, and major replacement and rehabilitation costs allocated to the access storage capacity necessary to meet the requirements of the operations agreement;
(c) the amount necessary to cover the annual costs to the state for administration and enforcement of laws and agreements associated with assuring the continuous operations of the water access district; and
(d) any additional charges agreed upon by both parties.
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