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File #: 14-0162    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Passed
File created: 5/14/2014 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 5/20/2014 Final action: 5/20/2014
Title: Update on Storm Water Flooding Issues PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is to provide the Board of Aldermen an update on various storm water flooding issues since the last report on February 11, 2014.
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Update on Storm Water Flooding Issues

PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is to provide the Board of Aldermen an update on various storm water flooding issues since the last report on February 11, 2014.
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DEPARTMENT: Public Works Department

CONTACT INFORMATION: George Seiz, Director of Public Works, 918-7427

INFORMATION:

At the regular Board of Aldermen meeting on February 11, 2014, town staff provided a report about storm waste design standards and possible future considerations related to those standards. Included in the report was a summary and update of various storm water problem areas. As part of the discussion on February 11, the BOA requested staff to provide periodic updates on efforts to address these problem locations.

The Public Works Department has been in contact with Town Engineer Henry Wells who has estimated costs for further evaluation of the these problem areas. The estimates and new information are included below in the summaries for each location. New information is shown in italics. After evaluations of the locations are completed, staff will make recommendations for the Capital Improvement Plan


- Tom's Creek (2-11-14) - Following the suggestion of one of the neighbors along Tom's Creek, Town staff set up a series of meetings to go door to door and ask homeowners what problems they have and here about concerns and suggestions. There were 5 neighborhood meetings held from mid-July to early August and 16 out of 39 property owners came to the meetings and helped to answer questions on survey sheets. More evaluation is needed.

Most technical information is already available. Will need to prepare mapping to explain impacts to properties - $4,000 to $5,000

- 105 Morningside Drive (2-11-14) - yard flooding, water overtops the road, request to enlarge culvert. Staff has visited with the adjacent resident and discussed possible options. Preliminary analysis indicates that enlarging...

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