A. The City will maintain financial records to ensure use of water environmental charge revenues pursuant to this section.
B. The water environmental charge revenues may be used for any of the following:
1. Operations, maintenance and replacement costs for advanced water treatment.
2. Water quality programs required by the 1987 amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act, and any subsequent amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act, such as treatment plant laboratory analysis and monitoring.
3. Debt service, direct capital costs, and in lieu of property tax payments incurred for facilities necessary for advanced water treatment.
4. Administrative functions that directly support advanced water treatment. Administrative functions include Department and division indirect costs, central service costs from other City departments, and computer billing implementation costs. (Ord. No. G-6741, § 2 (Exh. A), 2020)