Footnotes

Information Resources to accompany the
letter to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

DEMAND CHANGES

  1. Spreadsheet documenting historic water use in the Urban Area from 1983-2010. Data is further disaggregated by city, county, and UVA demand.
  2. The Demand Analysis submitted as part of the permit application based its projections on historic water use from 1973-2001, a period dominated by (high flow) residential plumbing fixtures associated with old Charlottesville housing stock. This graph of data from 1983- 2010 reveals the source of data for the projections. Newer urban development in the outlying areas of Albemarle did not play a significant role in water use until the 1990s.
  3. Water use in the Charlottesville Urban Service Area began to decline after 1999, in response to federal, state and local mandates on plumbing efficiency.
  4. Mandatory conservation measures imposed in the mid-late 1990s have had a dramatic impact on the Urban Service Area as Charlottesville-Albmemarle is a heavily residential community. (see pp 76-77)
  5. ACE 404 permit: See page 16 for conditions for the "Reevaluation of Permit Decision"

  6. Swartz Report
  7. Report on the June 22, 2005 pre-application meeting with regulatory agencies

  8. Cost estimates for Dredging the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir per Gannett Fleming

  9. Letter from the Virginia Department of Health on relative water quality of the RWSA reservoirs

  10. The current project allows the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir to silt in.
  11. Draft Report from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources on the sites at the Ragged Mountain Reservoir eligible for inclusion in the National Register
    Supplement to report

Other supporting documents

Charlottesville City Council Resolution to Study Dreding the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir

Albemarle County Board of Supervisors Resolution to Study Dreding the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir