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Las Vegas Valley Water District's estimate of required revenues for period 1954-1963


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1953 to 1954


Chart showing estimated users, operating costs, revenues, surplus, and more.

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Box 25 Folder 80-11 Vol. 4 of 7 LVL&W Co. Sale of Water Production of UPRR Co.


hln001235. Union Pacific Railroad Collection, 1828-1995. MS-00397. Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Las Vegas, Nevada.


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LAS VEGAS VALLEY WATER DISTRICT ESTIMATE OF REQUIRED REVENUES FOR PERIOD 1954- 1963 ASSUMPTIONS? Consumption - 370 gal. per capita per day Average- 550 gal. per capita per day Max. Well production - 16.0 MGD Average; 24.0 MGD Maximum. Distribution expense - $ 15.00 per MG for Lake Water/ $30. 00 per MG for Well Water. Begin service to areas outside Las Vegas in 1955. Total Bond Issue = $ 8,700,000. * Includes $150,000 for Reserve For Contingencies to be created during 1954 fo 1957, inclusive, which reserve will not be available for use as an operating surplus.