Todd Creek Village Metropolitan District


CUSIP *****
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  • Announcement Date: 14-Nov-2018
  • News: CUSIP affected: 88901M AA4 Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission Rule 15c2-12 (17 CFR Part 240, 240.15c2-12) (Rule 15c2-12), the Todd Creek Village Metropolitan District, in Adams County, Colorado (the District), acting by and through its Water Activity Enterprise, covenanted to provide voluntarily, and for the benefit of the holders of above captioned bonds (the Series 2015 Bonds), as set forth in the continuing disclosure undertaking entered into with respect to the Series 2015 Bonds (the 2015 CDU), on an ongoing basis, to the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (the MSRB) through its Electronic Municipal Market Access (EMMA), certain fi Governing Board as of January 17, 2017 Name Office Principal Occupation Term Expires (May) George R. Hanlon, Jr. President Real Estate Investment and Development Executive 2018 Kathy McNulty-Kropp Certified Public Accountant 2020 Donald O. Summers Real Estate and Water Resource Executive 2020 C. Roger Addlesperger Retired Real Estate and Finance Executive 2020 Vacant 2018 Governing Board as of January 15, 2016 Name Office Principal Occupation Term Expires (May) George R. Hanlon, Jr. President Real Estate Investment and Development Executive 2018 Kathy McNulty-Kropp Certified Public Accountant 2016 Donald O. Summers Real Estate and Water Resource Executive 2016 C. Roger Addlesperger Retired Real Estate and Finance Executive 2016 Vacant 2018 Customer Information: History of Water System Accounts Potable Water Non-Potable Water Total Year Residential Commercial Residential Commercial 2015 1796 7 1,543 34 3,380 2016 1,969 7 1,705 35 3,716 2017 2,159 8 1,859 35 4,061 Historical Water Consumption (1,000 Gallons) Potable Water __ Non-Potable Water __ Total Year Residential Commercial Total Potable Residential Commercial Total NonPotable Consumption 2015 77,625 1,861 79,486 179,412 40,723 220,135 299,621 2016 87,587 2,385 89,969 215,997 52,861 268,858 358,827 2017 94,029 1,928 95,957 210,161 49,054 259,215 355,172 New Water Taps Issued and Water Tap Fee Revenues Potable Water Non-Potable Water Tap Fees Year Residential Commercial Residential Commercial Residential Commercial Total Tap Fees 2015 120 -- 116 -- 2111,576 -- 2,111,576 2016 118 -- 118 2 2438,128 302724 2,740,852 2017 19 -- 19 -- 481,000 -- 481,000 New Sewer Taps Issued and Sewer Tap Fee Revenues 1 Year Inside District Outside District Total 2015 55 -- 157,170 2016 1 56 -- 160,467 ____________________ 1 According to District officials, as of the year ended 2016, the District has received all reimbursements due under this agreement, and therefore are no collections subsequent to that date. Largest customer information is not readily available on an historical basis and, therefore, the tables set for the hereafter cannot be provided retroactively.



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