AR 291/84 CAPITAL REGION PARKLAND WATER SERVICES COMMISSION REGULATION (Consolidated up to 86/85)
ALBERTA REGULATION 291/84
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION PARKLAND WATER SERVICES COMMISSION REGULATION 1 There is hereby established a regional services commission known as the Capital Region Parkland Water Services Commission.
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2 The following municipalities shall be members of the Commission:
(a) the County of Parkland No. 31;
(b) the Town of Spruce Grove;
(c) the Town of Stony Plain.
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3(1) The Commission shall supply water services
(a) to all customers who are, on the effective date of acquisition of municipal utilities under section 5, receiving services from the Parkland Water Board, and
(b) to any additional persons to whom the board of directors of the Commission decides to supply water services.
(2) Water services shall be supplied to all customers on an as required basis and water shortages shall be shared proportionately.
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4(1) The fees to be charged by the Commission to its customers shall be based on the annual full cost recovery for supplying the water service.
(2) Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), the cost referred to in subsection (1) includes the debt service cost of debenture repayments.
(3) Each member municipality shall receive water services from the Commission at the same rate.
(4) Retail water rates shall be determined by each of the municipalities that are members of the Commission.
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5(1) The municipalities referred to in section 2 shall execute all documents and do all things necessary to transfer to the Commission all land, buildings and personal property listed in the Schedule to this Regulation.
(2) The Commission shall not sell any of the land, buildings or personal property used in connection with the supply of water services without the approval of the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
(3) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may give his approval under subsection (2) if he is satisfied
(a) as to the repayment of provincial grants and outstanding debt associated with that portion of the land, buildings and personal property to be sold, and
(b) that the sale would not have a significant adverse effect on the supply of water services by the Commission.
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6 All debts and liabilities, all titles, easements, and rights of way and crossing and all service, construction and consulting agreements incurred, held or entered into by any of the municipalities referred to in section 2 with respect to the land, buildings and personal property listed in the Schedule to this regulation are assumed by the Commission, and the Commission shall enter into any agreements, execute any documents and do any other things that are necessary to assume those debts, liabilities, titles, easements, rights of way and crossing and agreements.
AR 291/84 s6 7 The Commission shall not assume operating deficits with respect to the land, buildings or personal property listed in the Schedule to this Regulation that are shown on the books of the Parkland Water Board or any of its member municipalities.
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Assets Transferred Winterburn Booster station 190 Street and 102 Avenue in Edmonton and appurtenances 12” Ø steel line Booster Station to Balancing Reservoir at Spruce Grove Balancing Reservoir South Avenue, Spruce Grove 8” Ø A.C. line Balancing Reservoir to Stony Plain Meter vaults Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and in the County of Parkland 24” Ø steel line 187 Street to Winterburn Booster Station 24” Ø steel line Winterburn Booster Station to Spruce Grove Fill station & meter Spruce Grove Reservoir, South Avenue 16” Ø steel line Spruce Grove to Stony Plain Fill station & meter Stony Plain Reservoir All associated Land
AR 291/84 Sched.;86/85