City of McKinney

2008-2012 Capital Improvements Program

City Council Work Session July 23, 2007
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2008-2012 Capital Improvements Program
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5 Year CIP Healthy Creeks and Lakes Project Status Updates Neighborhood Traffic Management

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2008 – 2012 Capital Improvements Program

5 year funding plan for all major capital projects Considers all anticipated sources of revenue Balances capital needs with City’s ability to fund projects Balances debt structure with City’s financial policies Projects & costs in the 1st year are part of the FY2007-08 budget Remaining 4 years are a plan, subject to change annually 02/09/08 3

2008-2012 CIP Project Categories
$13.7 $88.3 $55.1 $26.2 $25.2 $14.40 $7.0 $6.20 $48.0
2008-2012 CIP In millions of dollars
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$96.3

Airport Drainage Facilities Fire Infra. Init. Library Parks Streets Water Wastewater

2008-2012 CIP Funding Sources
$15.2 $14.8
GO Bonds & CO Impact Fees

$90.3
Revenue Bonds

G.O. Bonds & CO’s

$159.6

Revenue Bonds Grants MCDC

$81.5

$18.9

Other

2008-2012 CIP In millions of dollars
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2008-2012 CIP General Obligation Debt

Assumptions
– 10% annual growth rate – Debt Service tax rate $0.179 – Issuance Plan
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2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

$42 million $28 million $30.5 million $35 million $26 million

Capacity for 2011 Bond Election:
– $99 million
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CIP Fund Summaries FY 2007-08 Budget
Utility Utility Development Street Roadway Stormwater Construction Impact Fee Construction Impact Fee Construction Beginning balance, 10/1/2007 Revenues Interest Income Transfers Intergovermental Contribution Bond Sale Proceeds Dedication Fees Total Revenues Total available resources Expenditures Project Appropriations Transfers Other CIP costs Total Expenditures Ending balance, 9/30/2008 $4,092,111 $1,316,844 $6,718,367 $4,682,764 $446,127

1,500,000 3,580,000 1,575,900 11,249,200 17,905,100 $21,997,211

50,000 2,250,000 2,300,000

2,500,000 1,977,500 28,178,625 21,283,125 53,939,250

200,000 2,500,000 2,700,000 $7,382,764

100,000 590,000 310,000 1,127,500 2,127,500 $2,573,627

$3,616,844 $60,657,617

17,745,100 125,000 17,870,100 $4,127,111

3,580,000 3,580,000 $36,844

57,303,250 506,757 57,810,007 $2,847,610

1,817,500 1,817,500 $5,565,264

2,027,500 10,000 2,037,500 $536,127

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CIP Fund Summaries FY 2007-08 Budget
Library Park Fire Facilities Airport Construction Construction Improvement Improvement Construction Beginning balance, 10/1/2007 Revenues Interest Income Transfers Intergovermental Contribution Bond Sale Proceeds Dedication Fees Total Revenues Total available resources Expenditures Project Appropriations Transfers Other CIP costs Total Expenditures Ending balance, 9/30/2008 $26,289 $1,648,504 $503,202 $871,285 Total ($423,882) $19,881,612

4,000 6,250,000 6,254,000 $6,280,289

300,000 2,655,000 1,450,000 700,000 5,105,000 $6,753,504

130,000 130,000 $633,202

150,000 4,485,000 4,635,000 $5,506,285

30,000 10,315,000 7,247,830 17,592,830

4,964,000 8,802,500 40,069,525 5,060,000 53,092,655 700,000 112,688,680

$17,168,948 $245,258,972

6,250,000 20,000 6,270,000 $10,289

4,575,000 725,000 5,300,000 $1,453,504

8,000 8,000 $625,202

4,485,000 60,000 4,545,000 $961,285

17,059,608 17,059,608 $109,340

109,445,458 5,397,500 1,454,757 116,297,715 $16,272,577

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CIP Information Supplied

Support materials provided include:
– – – – – – CIP Summary CIP Map Project Descriptions New Projects Projects Eliminated/Reduced Project Budgets Increased

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Streets & Traffic Control: 2007-08 Projects

Propose to delete Wilmeth Road East of US 75 project until after US 75 construction.

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Streets & Traffic Control: 2007-08 Projects

Bond Projects
– Lake Forest Extension: WilmethBloomdale – Bridge Participation – US 75/US380 Interchange

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Bloomdale Design: East of US 75 Roadway Impact Fee Update Silverado Trail Connection Traffic Calming
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Streets & Traffic Control: County Bond Projects
Proposed County Bond Projects Projected Project From-To Cost City Share Custer (lanes 5&6) Stonebridge-US 380 5,000,000 2,500,000 Custer (Eng/ROW) US 380-FM 1461 5,000,000 2,500,000 Custer (lanes 5&6) SH 121-Stonebridge 5,000,000 2,500,000 FM 543/1461 Connector (2 ln) US 75-Lake Forest 19,000,000 9,500,000 FM 546 Connector (Eng/ROW) H 5-Airport Drive S 2,000,000 1,000,000 FM1461 (Eng/ROW) Custer-CR166 1,400,000 700,000 Airport Drive (lanes 3&4)* Industrial-US 380 2,000,000 1,000,000 McDonald (Eng/ROW) US 380-FM 543 2,000,000 1,000,000 Virginia Independence-Aero Country 2,000,000 1,000,000 Bloomdale US 75-Pecan Ridge 3,000,000 1,500,000 Lake Forest Boyd HS-US 380 5,200,000 2,600,000 Lake Forest US 380-Wilmeth 5,800,000 2,900,000 Lake Forest Wilmeth-Bloomdale 3,600,000 1,800,000 Lake Forest Bloomdale-FM1461 4,500,000 2,250,000 TOTAL $ 65,500,000 $ 32,750,000 *MEDC to fund match up to $1.3 million **Funding scenario with TxDOT not finalized Currently Funded in Additional CIP Needed 1,384,535 1,115,465 ** 2,500,000 ** 8,800,000 (6,300,000) ** 5,034,550 4,465,450 1,000,000 700,000 1,000,000 2,233,685 (1,233,685) 2,284,500 (784,500) 5,118,303 (2,518,303) 5,770,282 (2,870,282) 3,604,500 (1,804,500) 4,501,500 (2,251,500) $ 38,731,855 $ (6,981,855)

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Major Street Construction Sequence
CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE Design/ROW acquisition Construction
Project STREETS, TRAFFIC, DRAINAGE
HARDIN BLVD WIDENING (VIRGINIA SOUTH) LEFT TURN LANE REM OVAL-VIRGINIA FM 720 P H II SILVERADO TRAIL WHITE AVE. P HASE II WHITE AVENUE CONSTRUCTION HARDIN BLVD. (VIRGINIA P KWY-US 380) VIRGINIA P ARKWAY (CUSTER-AERO COUNTRY) LAKE FOREST DRIVE (US 380-BOYD HS) LAKE FOREST DRIVE (US 380-WILM ETH) US 75/US 380 INTERCHANGE RECONSTR M AJ OR BRIDGE P ARTICIP ATION

FY2006-07 Y2007-08 F FY2008-09 FY2009-10 FY2010-11 FY2011-12 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

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Major Street Construction Sequence
CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE Design/ROW acquisition Construction
Project STREETS, TRAFFIC, DRAINAGE
CUSTER ROAD - DESIGN ONLY CUSTER ROAD CUSTER RD/US 380 INTERSECTION IM P R BLOOM DALE RD (E OF 75) ROADWAY IM P ACT FEE UP DATE 2008 LAKE FOREST EXT (WILM ETH - BLOOM DALE) FM 543 CONNECTOR P HASE I FM 543 CONNECTOR P HASE II LAKE FOREST EXT (BLOOM DALE - F M 1 ) 461 RIDGE RD (US380-WILM ETH) BRIDGE M ODIFICATIONS P H II CUSTER RD LANES 5&6 (STONEBRIDGE-SH 1 ) 21 INTERSECTION IM P ROVEM ENTS SH 5 P H I: INDUSTRIAL/ELDORADO INTERS US 380/LAKE F OREST INTERSECTION IM P R.

FY2006-07 Y2007-08 F FY2008-09 FY2009-10 FY2010-11 FY2011-12 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

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Infrastructure Initiative Phase III

Fund design for all projects, fund construction only after right of way and easements are secured Land acquisition will determine project sequence

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Infrastructure Initiative Phase III

Projects for Phase III:
– – – – – Virginia – Kentucky to Church Josephine – West to Church Oak Street – Tucker to Josephine West Street - Bonner to Erwin Gerrish Street - McDonald to Railroad St. – Board Street - Tucker to Heard St.
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Parks: Major Projects FY2007-08

Neighborhood School Parks
– Funding for 1 park from bond funds – Funding for 2 parks from MCDC, but only 1 site ready

Propose shifting funds to:
– Ruschhaupt Complex Improvements
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Playground & Splash Pad Tournament/Reunion Shelter

– Wilson Creek Pedestrian Bridge/Walk at Towne Lake near Ball Fields – Carey Cox Park & Lacima Building Conversion
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Parks: Major Projects FY 2007-08
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Ruschhaupt Soccer Parking Ph. II Land Acquisition/Collin County Open Space Grant Match Miscellaneous Park Improvements

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Parks: MCDC Funding Allocation

MCDC to discuss allocations August 10 Council direction from 2006:
– 20% for MCDC Administration, Miscellaneous Projects, and first $200,000 of MPAC operating costs – 30% (less $75,000 for MPAC) for Parks projects – 50% (less balance of MPAC costs) for Economic Development
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Parks: MCDC Allocation
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Estimated Revenue: Estimated MPAC Costs:

$9,100,000 $555,000

Allocation by % Admin/Community Projects $1,820,000 Parks $2,730,000 Economic Development $4,550,000 Total $9,100,000

Less MPAC Share $200,000 $75,000 $280,000 $555,000

Balance $1,620,000 $2,655,000 $4,270,000 $8,545,000

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Parks MCDC Funding: 5 Year Projection

ESTIMATED MCDC ALLOCATION FOR PARKS FY07-08 FY08-09 ESTIMATED REVENUE 9,100,000 10,010,000 30% PARKS ALLOCATION 2,730,000 3,003,000 LESS MCDC SHARE -75,000 -75,000 BALANCE FOR PARKS PROJECTS $2,655,000 $2,928,000

FY09-10 11,011,000 3,303,300 -75,000 $3,228,300

FY10-11 12,112,100 3,633,630 -75,000 $3,558,630

FY11-12 13,323,310 3,996,993 -75,000 $3,921,993

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Parks: MCDC Funding Direction

Proposed Application for FY2007-08
– – – – – – – – Brookstone Neighb/School Park $750,000 Ruschhaupt Splash Pad/Playground $255,000 Ruschhaupt Parking $295,000 Ruschhaupt Tournament/Reunion Shelter$200,000 Carey Cox Park – Add’l Improvements $100,000 Lacima Building Conversion $260,000 Collin Co. Open Space Grant Match $500,000 Wilson Creek Pedestrian Bridge at Towne Lake near Ball Fields $150,000 – Development-Wilson Creek Corridor $145,000 – TOTAL $2,655,000
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Parks MCDC Funding: 5 Year Plan – Neighborhood Parks
FY07-08
NEIGHB OR HOOD/SC HOOL P A R KS- B ro okstone LA C IM A B UILDING C ONVER SION $750,000 $260,000 $1 00,000 $0 $0 $0 $875,000 $875,000 $0 $875,000 $925,000 $0 $0 $2,550,000 $0 $1 ,000,000 $0

FY08-09
$0 $0

FY09-10
$0 $0

FY10-11
$0 $0

FY11-12
$0 $0

A R E C C OX (WILM E T H) P A C A R Y Y OX (WILM ETH) P A R K R K
NEIGHB OR HOOD/SC HOOL P A R KS NEIGHBORHOOD/SCHOOL P ARKS (6) NEIGHBORHOOD/SCHOOL P ARKS FY201 2 0-1

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Parks MCDC Funding: 5 Year Plan – Wilson Creek Corridor
FY07-08
STR A TEGIC WILSON C R K C OR R IDOR LA ND A C Q /C OLLIN C O OP EN SP A C E GR A NT M A TC H - P hase III - VI WILSON C R EEK C OR R IDOR DEVELOP M ENT (HIKE/B IKE, P IC NIC , ETC .) R USC HHA UP T SOC C ER P A R KING P H. II WILSON C R EEK P EDESTR IA N B R IDGEWA LKWA Y NEA R B A LLFIELDS A L R USC HHA UP T T OUR NA M ENT/R EUNION SHELTER A L R USC HHA UP T SP LA SH P A D & P LA YGR OUND RUSCHHAUP T SOCCER LIGHTING P H. II SOCCER REM OTE RESTROOM S

FY08-09

FY09-10

FY10-11

FY11-12

$500,000 $1 45,000 $295,000 $1 50,000 $200,000 $255,000 $0 $0

$500,000 $450,000 $0

$500,000 $1 50,000 $0

$0 $200,000 $0

$0 $2,200,000 $0

$0

$0

$0

$0 $0

$760,000 $0

$0 $0

$0 $200,000

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Parks MCDC Funding: 5 Year Plan – Trinity Corridor/Portals

FY07-08
STRATEGIC TRINITY R. CORRIDOR LAND ACQ /COLLIN CO OP EN SP ACE GRANT M ATCH - FY201 2 0-1 STRATEGIC P ORTAL LAND AC: 75/HONEY CR, TRINITY/OUTER LOOP $0

FY08-09
$0

FY09-10
$0

FY10-11
$500,000

FY11-12
$500,000

$0

$0

$0

$250,000

$0

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Parks: Major Projects 2009-2012

Recreation/Aquatic Center:
– Phase I: $8,500,000 – Phase II (future bonds) $9,000,000

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Tennis Complex $3,500,000 New Community Park Land Acquisition (near US 380)
$3,500,000
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Fire Stations

– FS #7 design in progress - Construction completion mid-2008 - CIP also includes:
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FS #8 (FY2011) FS #2 Expansion (FY2012) Temporary Mini-station (FY2012)

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Facilities – 5 Year Plan

– Remaining funding for Collin Co. Government Center Purchase: $5,100,000 – Funding for renovation of:
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Annex B Phase II City Courts Building Government Center

$700,000 $1,385,000 $17,000,000*

* Rough estimate based on per s.f. costs; may have significant revisions based on results of programming and design studies
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Facilities: Government Center Schedule
– Annex B Phase I complete • Community Services – Annex B Phase II Design Build negotiations initiated • Code Enforcement • Human Resources • Estimated completion Mid 2008 – City Courts Building Design Build negotiations Initiated • Includes “swing space” for Utility Billing • Estimated completion Fall 2008 – Main Building & Annex A • Negotiations in progress with space planning consultant • Main Building: Floors 1-4 vacating this summer • Remainder of Main Building & Annex A vacating mid2009.
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Library

Library at Gabe Nesbitt Park
– Design in progress – Construction completion scheduled Spring 2009 – Name ?

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Water: Major Projects FY2007-08

Pump Station Generators
– University Phase I – 720 Phase I $2,000,000 $1,050,000 $450,000 $450,000 $3,291,800 $1,000,000 $1,538,300
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Elevated Tanks
– Alma Tank Design – Custer Tank Design

US 75 Main Relocation
– Design, ROW & Construction

Mains East of US 75
– “Rusty Water” projects

Main Construction
– University PS West

Waste Water: Major Projects FY2007-08
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Dudperkins Sewer $1,000,000 Lift Station H Replacement Mains $1,160,000 Oversize Participation $300,000

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Airport: Major Projects FY2007-08
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Taxiway A Rehabilitation Airport Improvement Construction
– – – – Taxiway G Construction Fuel Farm Expansion Phase II Security Projects Perimeter Road

Control Tower Replacement (dependent on grants) Replacement Runway
– Engineering, Land Acquisition, FM 546 relocation
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Drainage: Funding

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General Obligation Bonds Grants Surface Drainage Fee General Fund (not part of CIP)
– Drainage crews in Street Dept – Contract cleanout work

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Drainage: Funding

Surface Drainage Fee Funds
– Per Council direction, all surface drainage fees ($590,000) transferred into the Healthy Creeks and Lakes CIP program

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$1.00 per residential unit $1.00 per 2,343 sf impervious commercial area, max $200/mo
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Drainage: Projects

Funded prior to FY2007-08:
– – – – – – NRCS Lake 17 NRCS Lake 1A NRCS Lake 2B NRCS Lake 5A Murray Street Backlot Storm Sewer Healthy Creeks & Lakes Phase I

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Drainage: Eldorado Lake (NRCS 5A) Projects
Project Name Rehabilitation Status Under Construction Schedule Project Substantially Complete Budget $3,412,850

Sediment Removal

Being Reviewed by US Army Corps of Engineers

Under $1,500,000 Construction – Spring 2008

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Drainage Projects: Other Projects
Project Name NRCS FRS Site 1A NRCS FRS Site 2B NRCS FRS Site 17 Murray Street Back Lot Drainage Status NRCS in final design land rights complete Design Design Design Schedule Bid Fall 2007 Bid Early 2008 Bid Spring 2008 Bid Early 2008 Budget $2,026,920

$1,069,463 $1,137,081 $1,062,500

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Drainage Project Selection – Matrix & Priority List Projects
McKinney Healthy Lakes & Streams Project Stream Evaluation Form
Evaluation Unit ________________________ Stream Evaluation Category
1. Capacity for storm water 2. Channel Stability (Erosion, Deposition, Meanders) 3. Maintenance Access 4. Biological Indicators 5. Riparian Habitat Conditions 6. Water Quality 7. Aesthetics 8. Public Access 9. Recreation 10. Economics Total Points

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Excellent
13-16 13-16 9-10 7-8 7-8 7-8 5-6 5-6 5-6 13-16

General Verbal Rating Categories and Associated Point Range Points Good Fair Poor 1 2 3
9-12 9-12 6-8 5-6 5-6 5-6 3-4 3-4 3-4 9-12 5-8 5-8 3-5 3-4 3-4 3-4 2 2 2 5-8 0-4 0-4 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 1 1 1 1-4 0 0 0

Verbal Rating _____________

Remarks:

Projects identified Matrix used to score projects Easterling Consultants and Council reviewed list Council direction: proceed with “reds and yellows”

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Excellent Good Fair Poor 80 50-79 20-49 0-19

Points:

Rating 1 present conditions Rating 2 future without action Rating 3 future with action
Date: _________ By: __________

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Drainage Project Selection: Program List
4 Major Creeks Study (Easterling)

CIP
MAJOR PROJECTS

Public Works Maintenance MINOR PROJECTS

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Drainage Project Selection – Program List
CIP
Public Works Maintenance

•Jeans Creek/Rockhill (complete) •The Branch •Deer Creek •College Street •Country Club

•Church St. (complete) •Erwin/McDonald (complete) •Terry Lane Franklin Branch •Brookside Court •Lakeview

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Drainage: CIP Project Completed

Jeans Creek at Rockhill Road

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Drainage: Future CIP/Healthy Creeks Project

Jeans Creek near Poppy Lane Erosion undermining driveway

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Drainage: CIP/Healthy Creeks & Lakes Projects

The Branch
– Negotiating proposal with Easterling Consultants

Deer Creek
– Received proposal from local firm, was too high relative to budget; seeking another proposal from Easterling Consultants

College Street North of US 380 to Powerhouse Creek
– Phase I improvements included installation of 2 box culverts in the 1990’s. – Phase II improvements (box culverts parallel to College Street) were deferred. – Seeking a proposal from Nathan D. Maier Consulting Engineers to design Phase II.

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Drainage: Minor Project Completed
Before After

Creekview Court (culvert blocked)
Tree removed, culvert headwall replaced, rip-rap added, yard graded. 02/09/08
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Drainage: Minor Project Completed
Before After

Channel at Erwin/McDonald
Trash removal and selective thinning. Project completed concurrent with drainage improvements at Emerson. 02/09/08
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Drainage: Additional Minor Projects

118 locations identified through calls since January 2007
– 85 maintenance issues (clogged inlets and culverts, blocked bar ditches, etc.) have been addressed – 26 maintenance issues will be completed within the next few weeks – 7 will be prioritized using the matrix developed by Easterling Consultants

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Drainage: 5-Year CIP Projects

Proposed for FY2007-08:
– Healthy Creeks & Lakes Phase II
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Surface Drainage Fees GO Bonds GO Bonds GO Bonds

$590,000 $100,000 $500,000 $355,000

– Lake Sediment Removal

– Undesignated dam upgrade match

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Drainage: 5-Year CIP Projects

Proposed for FY2008-09:
– NRCS Lake 2a
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GO Bonds Grants Surface Drainage Fees GO Bonds GO Bonds

$1,645,000 $3,055,000 $590,000 $100,000 $1,000,000
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– Healthy Creeks & Lakes Phase III
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– Lake Sediment Removal

Drainage: 5-Year CIP Projects

Proposed for FY2009-10:
– NRCS Lake 4

Grants Surface Drainage Fees GO Bonds

$2,281,000 $610,000 $100,000

– Healthy Creeks & Lakes Phase IV
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Drainage: 5-Year CIP Projects

Proposed for FY2010-11:
– Dam Upgrade Match

Future Bond Authorization Future Bond Authorization Future Bond Authorization Surface Drainage Fees

$1,000,000 $2,600,000 $1,000,000 $630,000
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– Jeans Creek Improvements

– Lake Sediment Removal

– Healthy Creeks & Lakes Phase V

Drainage: 5-Year CIP Projects

Proposed for FY2011-12
– Dam Upgrade Match

Future Bond Authorization Future Bond Authorization Future Bond Authorization Future Bond Authorization Surface Drainage Fees Future Bond Authorization

$1,000,000 $2,000,000 $3,800,000 $1,000,000 $650,000 $1,000,000
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– Comegys Creek Improvements

– Herndon Branch Improvements

– Lake Sediment Removal

– Healthy Creeks & Lakes Phase VI
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Issues & Opportunities

Process for Selecting Sediment Removal Projects Timing on drainage projects may vary from schedule due to
– US Army Corps of Engineers issues – Grant funding – Developer Contributions

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