Re: Need input for El Paso and Hudspeth Co. ROE Condemnation writeup
Monday, March 17, 2008 11:17:12 PM
As scary as it sounds I pretty much understood that.....can we write the easement to include perpetualaccess for repair of the fence(Hudspeth Co)? One other thing on a side note....eventhough we are notbuilding the crossovers now can we have a seperate ROE request drawn up for them since we have theUSACE real estate available? This will be important to show the fence and the crossover projects areseperate and hopefully get the EPCWID to sign that one. Thanks.----- Original Message -----From:To: Flossman, Loren W<firstname.lastname@example.org>Cc:Sent: Mon Mar 17 22:00:47 2008Subject: RE: Need input for El Paso and Hudspeth Co. ROE Condemnation writeupTook a while but still am not sure how to describe this....but here is a very very rough go so mayneed some reviews by the folks that know how to speak RE talk.After talking to Baker Eng, RE, and trying to define the land we are now looking at describingthe land as follows: "That portion which lies 75 feet perpendicular to the centerline of the IBWC leveestarting from (coordinates N&E) for X miles south to (coordinates N&E)." The 75 foot is based upon thatin some areas the fence is not on the toe of the levee but will be build on IBWC property withoutimpact to the water district.This language would apply to both counties. There are some exceptions, for example, may want toexclude that portion of K-2B which the levee and canal are far apart and the fence is not going to bebuilt on the toe of the levee which we could exclude that portion in the description. We will also haveto come up with verbiage to exclude the irrigation canal. I think that our RE and are creativeenough to come up with the words. We are getting the coordinates and should have this to our REfolks tomorrow.Reason for gaining access is: "The Temporary Construction Easement is required to access bothsides of the fence during construction." The only concern that I would like to bring up here is thatafter construction is complete access for maintaining the fence will be from the levee side only. Just athought that hit me as I was going through this exercise.Sorry for the delay.
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