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Proposed EID spending for 2012

From 2012 Mid-Cycle Operating Budget
Cost projections are in millions

• $23.4 debt service

• $41.6 operations spending, consisting of:
• $12.8 administration
• $2.4 IT
• $2.5 engineering
• $23.9 field operations

• $17.4* in capital projects
• $2.5 water
• $6.1 sewer, including $3.1 in lift station maintenance
• $9.4 hydro & FERC, including $3.6 for Flume 41
• $3.2 Misc., including $7.6 for IT upgrades
• $0.6 Recreation and recycled water

• $6.0 advance payment on retiree medical obligations

* Capital project breakout reflects budgeted 2012 capital expenditures of $21.7 million. Finance Director Mark Price explained that projects in the CIP routinely come in between 20 and 50 percent under budget. $17.4 million represents anticipated actual cost of projects.

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