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Lincoln Heights Storm Drainage Improvement Project. Existing Conditions Public Meeting. Steven McCraney – Project Manager Phone – 704-432-0967 Email – [email protected] May 6, 2014 Beatties Ford Road Regional Library. Armstrong Glen. WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS.

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Lincoln heights storm drainage improvement project

Lincoln Heights

Storm Drainage Improvement Project

Existing Conditions Public Meeting

Steven McCraney – Project ManagerPhone – 704-432-0967

Email – [email protected]

May 6, 2014Beatties Ford Road Regional Library

Armstrong Glen


Welcome and introductions

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS

  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services (CMSWS) Staff

    • Steven McCraney– Project Manager

      • Phone: 704-432-0967

      • E-mail: [email protected]

    • Doug Lozner– Watershed Area Manager

  • Armstrong Glen Staff

    • Josh Letourneau – Project Manager

    • Russell Parker– Project Engineer

Armstrong Glen


Lincoln heights storm drainage improvement project

MEETING PURPOSE

  • Provide a summary of the Existing Conditions analysis.

  • Request input from property owners/residents on the Existing Conditions analysis results.

  • Obtain additional information from property owners/residents on perceived drainage issues.


Lincoln heights storm drainage improvement project

MEETING AGENDA

  • Project Selection and Citizen Involvement

  • Existing Conditions Analysis Summary

  • Future Project Milestones – Path Forward

  • General Questions and Comments


Why was the lincoln heights area chosen

PROJECT SELECTION AND CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT

Why was the Lincoln Heights area chosen?

  • Requests for service from property owners

    56 TOTAL REQUESTS REPORTED TO 311 IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD

    Example Requests:

    • Inadequate and Deteriorating Infrastructure

    • Road Flooding

    • First Floor & Crawl Space Flooding

    • Old Culverts, Pipes, Inlets

    • Sink Holes

    • Erosion, Blockages in Streams

  • Larger watershed-wide issues that cannot be managed by spot repairs or without potentially impacting downstream properties


Lincoln heights storm drainage improvement project

LINCOLN HEIGHTS

STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

Existing Conditions Analysis Results

Presented by:

Armstrong Glen, P.C.

Civil Engineers


Lincoln heights storm drainage improvement project

EXISTING CONDITIONS RESULTS MAP

  • Highlights undersized storm systems

  • Highlights storm systems that are structurally deficient. (determined from pipe video)

  • Summarizes 311 Requests filed by residents.


Existing conditions results map

EXISTING CONDITIONS RESULTS MAP

NEWLAND RD.

GILBERT ST.

HOLLY ST.


Existing conditions results map1

EXISTING CONDITIONS RESULTS MAP

AUGUSTA ST.

CUSTER ST.

MADRID ST.

LA SALLE ST.

GARNETTE PL.


Existing conditions results map2

EXISTING CONDITIONS RESULTS MAP

NEWLAND RD.

HAINES ST.

IRMA ST.

CATHERINE SIMMONS AVE.

KENNESAW DR.

JENNINGS ST.

ERIE ST.

LA SALLE ST..


Existing conditions results map3

EXISTING CONDITIONS RESULTS MAP

ODESSA AVE.

KENNESAW DR.

JENNINGS ST.

MADRID ST.

NEWLAND RD..


Storm drainage improvement project phases

STORM DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PHASES

PLANNING(Typically 12 to 27 months)

Existing Conditions Analysis – Finding the Problems (Current Phase)

Alternative Analysis – Developing Alternative Improvements

DESIGN(Typically 21 to 34 months)

Designing the Improvements

PERMITTING(Typically 9 months, but usually overlaps the design phase)

EASEMENT ACQUISITION (Typically 12+ months)

BID(Typically 5 to 6 months)

CONSTRUCTION (From 1 to 2+ years)


Path foward

PATH FOWARD

  • Additional information obtained during this meeting will be considered and incorporated into the existing conditions analysis, where applicable.

  • Alternatives will be evaluated, and a recommended alternative will be developed.

  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services will hold a second public meeting to present and obtain feedback on the recommended alternative.


Questions

Questions?

Thank you for coming to the meeting!

Please remember to sign-in and fill out a customer service card.


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