The District has modified the original project to include a new WWTP east of the existing WWTP, and an extended aeration oxidationditch treatment instead of a membrane bioreactor facility. The Project will construct a new WWTP with a treatment capacity of 0.50 million gallons per day. The new WWTP will be completed to accommodate increased wastewater flows, replace aging infrastructure, meet the Los Angeles Regional Water Board's Waste Discharge Requirements Order and Time Scheduled Order, and comply with the requirements of Title 22, Chapter 3 (Water Recycling Criteria) of the California Code of Regulations for future production of recycled water. The existing WWTP will be decommissioned, except for those portions that will be utilized for the new WWTP. The new WWTP will include: 1) influent flow measurement, 2) a control and operations building, 3) an influent lift station, 4) mechanical screen, 5) oxidation ditch secondary treatment, 6) flow equalization/storage basins, 7) secondary clarifiers, 8) aerobic digesters, 9) a sludge pump station, 10) a sludge drying area, 11) an effluent pump station, 12) splitter boxes, 13) piping, 14) electrical controls, and 15) other appurtenances.