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In addition, CVWD is facing an estimated $250 million in capital costs associated with the state’s new chromium-6 drinking water standard. CVWD is pursuing low-interest financing (State’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund) to help keep costs and rates as low as possible. Successfully obtaining this type of financing requires a long-term revenue plan. Although the long-term plan outlines five years of increases, those proposed rates will need to be re-evaluated and approved each year by the Board of Directors following additional public input.