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File #: 22-4938    Version: 1 Name: Resolution - A Resolution Authorizing Funding in an Amount Not to Exceed $77,250 and Approval of Contract with Teague, Nall, and Perkins Engineering, to Complete the Chapel Hill Drainage Analysis (Drainage Utility Fund).
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/16/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/26/2022 Final action: 9/26/2022
Title: Resolution - A Resolution Authorizing Funding in an Amount Not to Exceed $77,250 and Approval of Contract with Teague, Nall, and Perkins Engineering, to Complete the Chapel Hill Drainage Analysis (Drainage Utility Fund)
Sponsors: Howard Redfearn
Attachments: 1. Resolution
Title
Resolution - A Resolution Authorizing Funding in an Amount Not to Exceed $77,250 and Approval of Contract with Teague, Nall, and Perkins Engineering, to Complete the Chapel Hill Drainage Analysis (Drainage Utility Fund)

Requested Action
The authorization of funding in an amount not to exceed $77,250 and approval of contracts, including design, and survey with Teague, Nall and Perkins Engineering, to complete the Chapel Hill Drainage Analysis.

Recommendation
The authorization of funding in an amount not to exceed $77,250 and approval of contracts, including design, and survey with Teague, Nall and Perkins Engineering, to complete the Chapel Hill Drainage Analysis.

Description/History
Homes in the 1200 block of Chapel Hill Dr. received floodwaters during the June 3 storm event that caused flooding issues throughout the City. This was not the first report of flooding in this vicinity. Previously, maintenance work had been completed in 2010 to restore an overflow swale between the lots of 1206 and 1208 Chapel Hill Dr. to address reports of flooding.

Additional reports of flooding had not been received by the City since that work was completed. Speaking with the owners after the June 3 event, additional flooding in the street had occurred multiple times, but it may not have entered homes.

This project will evaluate the existing system for capacity and compare alternatives in an attempt to alleviate future flooding concerns for the residents impacted.

Video inspection of the underground system to inspect for blockages, failures, or other issues is being completed separately.

Justification
This project is needed to protect several homes in the area from future flood events.
The Environmental Manager and Director of Public Works will be in attendance at the meeting to answer Council’s questions regarding the proposed funding and contracts.

Funding Source
Drainage Utility Fund

Prepared By
Howard Redfearn, Environmental Manager, Environmental Se...

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