NTMWD

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NTMWDNorth Texas Municipal Water District
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ASSURED SUPPLY: The system has assured water supply through at least 2030 from its long-term, perpetual contract with NTMWD.
The water system serves approximately 69,000 city customers and purchases its water on a wholesale basis under a perpetual contract from NTMWD. Existing and projected water supplies from NTMWD reportedly are sufficient to meet all customer demands through at least 2030.
In implementing the Stage 3 conservation strategies, NTMWD stated its goal was to cut back water usage by 5 percent.
The water system serves approximately 69,300 city customers and purchases its water on a wholesale basis under a perpetual contract from NTMWD. Existing and projected water supplies from NTMWD reportedly are sufficient to meet all customer demands through at least 2030.
Since fiscal 2013 the city's purchased water rate has increased on average 10.4% annually and NTMWD rates are anticipated to continue to rise by 5% to 10% annually through fiscal 2022.
However, Fitch estimates that approximately $560 million of NTMWD debt is payable by the city (as of fiscal 2017), resulting in a higher all-in debt burden.
"The four HDD crossings included a 1,095-foot drill under the Greenville Aqueduct, a 1,069-foot drill under the NTMWD pipe-line, a 1,013-foot crossing under I-30 in Royce City, just east of Dallas, and a 940-foot drill under 72-inch and 84-inch O.D.
Based on city forecasts, purchased wholesaler costs are projected to account for 85% of total operating costs by fiscal 2019 as NTMWD rates are projected to continue to increase annually.