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Posted on: January 29, 2016

[ARCHIVED] The City of Sequim Receives State Revolving Fund Loans for Capital Projects

SEQUIM—The City of Sequim has received low interest loans from the Washington State Revolving Fund (SRF) to help support water, sewer, and storm water capital projects. The loans rely on the buying power of the State and municipal partnerships to reduce risk, resulting in lower interest rates. The City of Sequim received loan approval for the following projects:

Water Projects
• 5th and McCurdy Booster Station Improvements – Expand capacity to allow transfer of more water from the Port Williams Wellfield to the 420 Reservoir under high demand conditions.
$732,000 – 20 year loan at 1.5%

• North and South Sunnyside –Replace existing AC water line with 6” HDPE pipe.
$641,000 - 20 year loan at 1.5%

Sewer Projects
• Doe Run Lift Station – Construct new lift station to serve existing area and add capacity.
$589,000 – 20 year loan at 1.8% with the potential of $41,000 forgivable.

• Aerobic Digesters Capacity Upgrades –Increase the capacity of existing aerobic digestions system by adding additional tank space.
$178,000 – 20 year loan at 2.0% (Clallam County will contribute an additional $12,000 for their portion of the Carlsborg sewer project and $25,000 may be forgivable.)

• Sunnyside Sewer from Hammond Street to Fir Street- Construct 12” sewer line to augment existing line to accommodate flows from Carlsborg project.
$514,000 – 20 year loan at 1.8% (Clallam County will contribute an additional $162,000 for their portion of the Carlsborg project and $25,000 may be forgivable.)

Stormwater Project
• Stormwater Improvements to Bell Creek and the Shallow Aquifer – Project will begin in 2017 and includes two capital projects, an inspection program, and other activities.
$254,000 grant requires a 15% match to be incorporated into the City’s 2017 budget and will extend through 2019.

Please contact Public Works Director David Garlington at 360-681-3439 or with questions.

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