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Welcome to Lake Como Sanitary District No. 1


Mission Statement:

"Our mission is to endeavor to provide all customers of the Lake Como Sanitary District with cost-effective, prompt, high quality water and wastewater services."


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You can now have your payment automatically withdrawn from your checking or savings account. All you need to do is click here to open the form, print it, fill it out, attach a voided check and drop it off at the office or mail it to us at N3420 Dell Place, Lake Geneva, WI 53147. You need the free Adobe Reader to open the document.


The current Consumer Confidence Report will not be mailed but is available upon request at N3420 Dell Place and can be viewed below.


2017 Consumer Confidence Report

Letter about Refinancing

Lake Como Sanitary District #1

N3420 Dell Place

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147-2657

Telephone   (262) 248-2077

Facsimile   (262) 348-0432

www.lcsd1.org

March 12, 2012

Dear Lake Como Sanitary District Customers,

With the tough times in the economy, the Commission and staff at Lake Como Sanitary District are continuously looking for ways to save money.  We recently refinanced our longest and largest outstanding loan with the assistance of Ehlers and Associates.  Originally we expected to see our current 4.5% 40 year bond reduced to a 4.0% 20 year bond.  This scenario would have saved the District $1.54 million. 

We decided to obtain a credit rating from Standard and Poors Corporation in order to get the best interest rates.  The District received a favorable 'A' rating which ultimately resulted in more competitive bids.  Ehlers said that an 'A' rating was virtually unheard of for a sanitary district of our size.

The bids for the new 20 year bond were opened on December 12, 2011 and the winning bid far exceeded expectations.  BOSC, Inc. from Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin won the bidding with an interest rate of under 2.9%.  At this rate the re-calculated savings to the District over the next 20 years will be over $2.10 million. 

Furthermore, even though we were able to go from a 40 year to a 20 year bond, our new annual payments will be lower than our original payments in each and every year.  Where we once expected to be in debt through the year 2039, we are now scheduled to have all of our system bonds paid off by 2031. 

As we look back, we did not raise water rates this year and we have not raised sewer rates since January 2010.  To demonstrate the quality work our staff does, our overtime has decreased by over 40% over the last 3 years.  In the past it has been our goal to keep costs as low as possible for all of our rate payers and as we head into 2012 and beyond we will continue to make that a top priority. 

Sincerely,

Neal Kolb

District Manager


You can see what you owe as of Jan 1, 2018 in water and sewer special assessments by entering your tax key number into the form on the assessments page.


Changes have been made to the ordinances. The approved set as of October 20, 2010 is available for viewing and download here.


Did you know that the District has drop boxes available for your convenience?
The gold and black fire hydrant located at the street south of the District mailbox is actually a drop box and located there so that you don't have to leave your car. The hydrant is checked daily. The second drop box is located on the front of the District building next to the front door. There is a small basket that catches your envelope and is also retrieved daily.


We have put together some Winterizing Tips to help you protect your pipes from freezing and to let you know what to do if they do freeze.


To view some pictures of the start of the construction of the cross-connect to Geneva National, click here.


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