Background and Overview of
There are actually two different water augmentation plans that apply to King's Deer wells. One applies to the first 119 properties developed in the early 1990's; the second applies to the remaining 413 King's Deer residential properties developed in the latter part of the 1990's. The first plan was filed with the court in 1993 and is therefore referred to as the "93 plan." The second was filed with the court in 1994 and is referred to as the "94 plan."
Both plans limit the amount of water that may be drawn from a King's Deer well in a year. The 93 plan sets the limit at 123,824 gallons (0.38 acre-feet), while the 94 plan sets the limit slightly higher at 136,532 gallons (0.419 acre-feet).
Which Water Augmentation Plan Applies to My Property?
Water augmentation requirements are another feature in how the two plans differ. The 93 plan requires King's Deer HOA to perform annual water augmentation to tributaries of Monument Creek. The 94 plan also requires the HOA to perform water augmentation to Monument Creek but the annual augmentation does not have to begin until 2029.
Water augmentation is accomplished for the HOA through a third party. When first creating King's Deer the developer arranged for a company to accomplish the annual water augmentation requirement for properties under the 93 plan. King's Deer HOA pays an annual "dues" to the company, and in exchange the company pumps from their well into Monument Creek the amount of water required each year by the 93 plan. For the lots subject to the 94 plan water augmentation was not immediately required, so the developer did not establish a way for water augmentation to be accomplished. This is an issue that the King's Deer Board of Directors is currently working to resolve.
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