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Infrastructure for Growth

THE FACTS: Ottawa is located approximately 30 miles southwest of the greater Kansas City area on Interstate 35. I-35 connects Laredo, Texas to Duluth, Minnesota making this superhighway a prime mode of transportation for manufacturing and distribution companies located in Ottawa. Because Ottawa is located next to a major Interstate, Ottawa is extremely attractive to manufacturing and distribution companies. 

OPPORTUNITY: Encouraging economic development is a major focus for the City of Ottawa. As a result of this focus and Ottawa’s strategic location, manufacturing and distribution are the leading commerce. For example, major companies such as American Eagle Outfitters, Midwest Cabinets and Wal-Mart Distribution have recently invested or expanded in the Ottawa area. Land is available along this major traffic artery, making Ottawa prime for additional growth and development. 
INFRASTRUCTURE: 
· While I-35 is the major transportation outlet for the city, US 59 and Kansas 68 highways also serve the community. 
· The Ottawa Airport, owned by the city, is managed by a Fixed Base Operator and serves the community with air transportation. 
· The city also provides infrastructure in terms of water, wastewater and electric service.
· Kansas Gas Service provides natural gas to the community.

Electric: 
Total capacity of the Ottawa system including purchased power and self-generation is 42.9 MW.

Water: 
Source of water is Marais des Cygnes River
Production Design of Water Treatment Plant: 5.58 Million gallons per day
Average Production: 1,700,000GL/day
Peak year: 669,839,000GL
Peak Day: 3,804,000GL

Wastewater Treatment:
System Design Flow: 1.5 MGD but hydraulic restriction limit actual treatment to approximately 1.25 MGD
Gallons per year: 400 million of wastewater per year

Future Wastewater Treatment:
Ottawa has invested in a new Wastewater Treatment Plant. The construction of the plant began in 2003, with expected completion by the end of 2004.

System design flow for future plant: 2.60 MGD, doubling the capabilities of the current plant. 

Ottawa is taking and will continue to take steps to improve the infrastructure of the City to handle future development

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